Crochet Oreo Biscuits | Free Pattern

Our hunger for biscuits is at an all-time high after The Great British Bake Off last night, so naturally, we started looking for a recipe with zero calories and came across this wonderful Cream filled biscuit crochet pattern from Hello Yellow Yarn, and Australian crochet blog.

She has been kind enough to let us re-blog the pattern for you guys here at Stitch Craft Create.Cream filled biscuits

What you’ll need:

Dark brown or light brown coloured yarn (DK/Light Worsted/8 ply)
White coloured yarn  (DK/Light Worsted/8 ply)
Crochet Hook size 3.5mm
Scissors
Yarn Needle

Terms:
Half double crochet (hdc)
slip stitch (sl st)
Chain (ch)

Biscuit

Rnd 1 — hdc 12 into a magic ring, pull to tighten. sl st into first stitch. (12)
Rnd 2 — Ch 1 (don’t count as stitch). Crochet 2 hdc into each stitch around. Sl st into next stitch. (24). Cut off yarn, leave a long tail for sewing.

You need to make 2 of the above for the biscuit.

Filing

Rnd 1 — hdc 10 into a magic ring, pull to tighten. sl st) into first stitch. (10)
Rnd 2 — Ch 1 (don’t count as stitch). Crochet 2 hdc into each stitch around. Sl st into next stitch. (20). Cut off yarn, leave a long tail for sewing.

Assembly:

Place cream filling (white yarn) between the two biscuits and using the long yarn tail from the biscuit, thread the yarn through the yarn needle and begin sewing the pieces together. Ensure that you hide the yarn inside the cream filling and sewing just under the stitches. Finally, hide the yarn inside the biscuit before you fasten to finish.

Watch a video tutorial here.

Oreo crochet biscuits

And there you have it, crochet Oreo’s all the fun with none of the guilt. Let us know how you get on making these on the comments below, on our Facebook wall, Twitter and tag us Instagram.

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