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Cute Crochet Macarons

By: Claire Donovan from
Cute Crochet Macarons
Cute Crochet Macarons
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For those who love to crochet, not much is sweeter than that place where desserts and crafting intersect, like with these cute crochet macarons. Though it may not be your traditional afghan, booties, or other run-of-the-mill project, it's a great way to re-calibrate and get those creative juices flowing, and that's why we love it! In the realm of quick crochet projects, this little craft is a cute and fun way to use up some spare yarn and some spare time. The results will be so cute you'll want to eat them up.

Crochet Hook: 4.5 mm hook

Primary Technique: Crochet

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)


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Where is the pattern for this ? i am new to this website and i am not seeing it

Hi there! You need to click the green text under the easy banner that reads "If you like DIY crafts, then you need to see this full project tutorial" and that will take you to the blog with the pattern! Enjoy!

Oh, the color combinations I could come up with! Mint, pale pink, oatmeal, lilac, just to name a few. I am new to amigurumi . I am adding lots of pattern ideas to my que. I have a great idea. I could make these for a child's make believe play toy. So cute I could eat them!


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