Snowflake Cookie


Everybody loves cookies and these Snowflake Cookies look good enough to eat. A quick and easy work up, these would look adorable in a set. Consider giving them as a gift or using them to decorate your house during the wintertime. Cookies do not have to go away just because the holiday is over. Keep these snowflake cookies on display as long as you would like. They never spoil. If you are not working them up for the winter, skip the snowflake and use a different colored yarn for the frosting.


Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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These cookies could easily be found in Elsa's castle. However, I will make these for display in my house. I know the grand kids will love these in their play kitchen

Each time I run across a food pattern I save it. As of today, I have not taken the time to make any but I think this will be adorable to place out during the winter holiday for Santa's plate for decor. Of course we will have to put the real ones out on Christmas eve.

I love the fact that she gives a non-intimidating tutorial on the embroidery for the snowflake! The "Snowflake Cookie" utilizes one of my favorite yarns- the Caron Simply Soft. There's no dye lot to fret about and the yarn lives up to its name. SIMPLY SOFT. Not that scratchy acrylic yarn.

Just what Ive been looking for as a gift for my forever on a diet sister. I had found a couple of other cookie and candy patterns, but none as precise as these. I only wish my own sugar cookies looked as nice! Im looking forward to whipping up a batch of these lovelies, and tucking a little vanilla in with the stuffing.


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