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Strawberry Fields Chocolate Cup Cake

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Updated February 28, 2017
Strawberry Fields Chocolate Cup Cake
Strawberry Fields Chocolate Cup Cake

"Take some real enjoyment from this sweet little treat! No calories, lot's of fiber and a visually delightful cupcake. The cup cake is made from the bottom and upwards. It begins with making a circle as the base, 1 round of working into the back loops to raise the cake, several rounds to make the cake taller, 3 rounds to make the strawberry surrounds, 1 round for the dollop of cream, then a few more rounds to close the top of the cake."

Great little gift for Mothers Day, Easter, Christmas or birthdays. Why not make one for yourself and use it as a pincushion.

Intermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeNot required

Finished Sizesmall, medium or large

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Babies, kittens, puppies and crochet food, what could be more adorable. When my children were little I didn't have the time to crochet. Now maybe I'll have time to make all of these for my future grandkids. These cuties would even be great just for sideboard decorations.

These are just precious! Great idea about using these for pincushions, but Im going to whip up a batch for the grandkids. These would be perfect play food for my future little Bake Off contestants. The instructions arent difficult but are fiddly. The author has provided very detailed directions along with several photos and links to other resources. Thank you so much for finding this sweet treat!

What a great tutorial on the steps to make these calorie-free cupcakes. I love her pictures. These are so darn cute! I am not sure what I would use these for, but as a grown woman I do love them. She gives a great tip for getting free stuffing for the cupcakes.

I love this fun little pattern for the strawberry fields chocolate cupcake. They look almost good enough to eat. Will look great as a dessert table centerpiece or use as a place card at each table setting if I have time enough to make that many. Thank you for this pattern. Keep these fun ones coming my way.

Oh how adorable! These would work up fast and make great little gifts. They would be great for bazaars and craft tables, or even as party gifts. I like that there are 2 different styles to choose from. I would like to try making them in 2 parts as cute little containers also.

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