Two of my very favorite things are crocheting and food. One day not too long ago I figured out a way that I could combine the two of them. After a few attempts the perfect crocheted croissant was born.

This pattern is available as a free pdf download from Ravelry.

Step 1: Materials, Sizing, & Abbreviations

Materials Needed:
- Worsted weight yarn in yellow
- 4.0 mm Hook (G)
- Yarn needle
- Piece of wire/pipe cleaner
- Scissors

Correct Size:
Sizing is important with croissants. If it is too short or too long there will not be the correct number of segments and it will end up looking quite silly. My croissant was about 6.5 inches wide and 12 inches tall before rolled and 4 inches wide and 3 inches tall after it was rolled.

Abbreviations Explained:
- ch: chain
- sc: single crochet
- dec: decrease
- FO: fasten off


love the idea of the croissant. i have just been looking for some 'playfood' for my grandchildren. this is just right. just need to go and find some wool. thanks.
Very clear instructions and nice pictures... Five out of Five Crochet Hooks!
LOL I think the better question is why does one need a crocheted croissant?<br>Okay, it's incredibly cute, but still . . .
mmm... wool.
Kids love to play with pretend food. When you don't have any you have to work with empty play dishes. No fun! Instead of tea time kids probably play restaurant. lol
Haha very true. :)
It is not food, but make a crocheted instructables robot! :) Very nice work you have there, good job.
I may just do that. I'm running low on yellow yarn though so it could be a while before I do. :)<br>And thank you very much!
I love your crocheted croissant! More crocheted food please!!
Thank you very much! I will definitely be making more crocheted food in the future. I just need to figure out what to make next. :)

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Bio: I crochet way too much. :)
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