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Cinnamon buns « Without love, deeds, even the most brilliant, count as nothing.~St. Therese of Lisieux

Cinnamon buns October 11, 2008

Filed under: Crochet,free patterns — asplendidtime @ 8:12 am
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~Cinnamon buns and Cinnamon Swirl Cookie~

~Cinnamon buns and Cinnamon Swirl Cookie~

Cinnamon Buns

~Cinnamon Bun~ (stuffed and topped with icing)

Materials: 4mm hook-G hook

Worsted weight yarn in beige, chocolate brown (cinnamon) and white (icing)

Darning needle

Polyester Fiberfill

****this pattern is worked in the round Amigurumi style, do not join but use a marker for the end of your rows, I slip I brightly coloured piece of yarn between the stitches of my last st and first st.****

Stitches:

ch- Chain

sc- Single Crochet

sc2tog-single crochet 2 together, or single crochet decrease

Pattern:

1. With beige yarn: crochet a magic circle- Ch 2 then sc 6 into second ch from hook (6sc) pull the thread so the hole closes.

2. 2sc in each st around (12sc)

3. 1sc in first stitch, 2sc in next, repeat around (18sc)

4. 1sc, 1sc, 2sc, repeat around

5. 1sc, 2sc, repeat around

6-10. sc around, do not end off

***At this point I surface crocheted the cinnamon swirl using my dark brown yarn, start in the middle and swirl around, using two rows of the top of the bun as a spacer,  When you’ve finished that you can embroider or sew the icing to the top using your white yarn, “drizzling” it down the sides a bit. ***

11. sc around in back loops only

12. sc2tog, then sc in next, repeat around

13. sc2tog around

Stuff firmly at this point

14. sc2tog around, fasten off, sew up the bottom little hole and sew in your thread.

Et Voilà!  Your cinnamon bun is complete!

~Cinnamon Swirl Cookie~

It’s similar to the above pattern:

1. With beige yarn: crochet a magic circle- Ch 2 then sc 6 into second ch from hook (6sc) pull the thread so the hole closes.

2. 2sc in each st around (12sc)

3. 1sc in first stitch, 2sc in next, repeat around (18sc)

4. Repeat row 3

5. sc in each st around

6. Repeat row 3, fasten off and sew in your thread

Next step is to surface crochet the cinnamon using the dark brown yarn.  Then you might need to flatten it with your fingers as when surface crocheting it can cause the cookie to push out.  Fasten off and sew in your thread.

Et Voilà!  Your cookie is complete!

~Cinnamon Bun-Rolled Version~

*****Pattern has been modified for clarity*****

Materials: 4mm hook-G hook

Worsted weight yarn in beige, chocolate brown (cinnamon)

Darning needle

A small amount of Polyester Fiberfill

Stitches:

ch- Chain

sc- Single Crochet

st- Stitch

Pattern:

Bun and using beige yarn:

1. Ch 7, turn

2-32. Sc in each st, ch 1 and turn (6sc)

33. 2sc in first stitch, sc in each of 4 st, 2sc in last st (8sc)

Repeat row 33 for 31 rows, fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing

Cinnamon and using brown yarn:

1. Ch 6, turn

2-32. sc in each st, ch 1 and turn (5sc)

33. 2sc in first st, sc to end ch 1 and turn (6sc)

34. sc across (repeat this row 11 more times, fasten off).  ***Edited***

Line your two long pieces up, start at the narrow ends, fold the beige over the end of the brown, and sew together,  keep rolling and tacking them together, until you get to the wider end, this part I still sewed in the same way, but I added a little stuffing to make the bun puffier as I sewed.  Keep sewing until the bun is complete, sew in your thread.  You could also stitch icing to this as well.

Et Voilà!  Another sweet treat!

*****These patterns are Copyright 2008 by me, they are provided free for you to enjoy and use.  Please do not reproduce the patterns and call them your own, sell the product derived from them, or post pictures without linking back to the permanent link of this post.  Thanks so much!*****

 

5 Responses to “Cinnamon buns”

  1. honeyvarita Says:

    It is a nice pattern, that I will try to do for this Xmas.
    Thanks for sharing your pattern
    Ruth in Chile

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  3. stefanie Says:

    thanks for this pattern. I tried to do the cinnamon buns but I don’t get the part where you surface crochet the cinnamon in dark brown. guess I’ll try the cookie instead

  4. asplendidtime Says:

    Dear Stephanie,

    I found a link that might help, if you scroll down on the page there are some small pics you can click on and an explanation of surface crocheting.
    Link to how to surface crochet

    HTH!

  5. Anna Says:

    This is ADORABLE! Thanks for sharing this pattern!!!


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