Amigurumi fortune cookies are super easy to crochet and you can use them for lots of different things, like bowl fillers or party favours. Here’s the free pattern:
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Pattern notes:The fortune cookie is made by crocheting a simple circle, and then sewing it into shape. Exact gauge isn’t important. The pattern is worked in the round, without joining the rounds. American crochet terms are used.
Abbreviations:ch = chainsc = single crochet
Start with a magic ring, or ch2 and work in the first ch.
1. 6 sc in a circle.2. 2sc in each sc around. (12 sc)3. (2sc in next sc, 1sc in next sc) 6 times. (18 sc)4. (2sc in next sc, 1sc in each of next  2 sc) 6 times. (24 sc)5. (2sc in next sc, 1sc in each of next  3 sc) 6 times. (30 sc)6. (2sc in next sc, 1sc in each of next  4 sc) 6 times. (36 sc)7. (2sc in next sc, 1sc in each of next  5 sc) 6 times. (42 sc)
Cut yarn, leaving a long tail for sewing, and finish off.

To make the fortune cookie shape, first fold the circle in half and sew along the edge, leaving a small hole for stuffing.

Add a very tiny bit of stuffing, and sew up the hole.

Pinch the corners of the semi-circle together, making a fortune cookie shape.

Lastly, use one or two small stitches along the folded edge to hold the cookie in shape.

Amigurumi fortune cookies are super easy to crochet and you can use them for lots of different things, like bowl fillers or party favours. Here’s the free pattern:

Pattern notes:
The fortune cookie is made by crocheting a simple circle, and then sewing it into shape. Exact gauge isn’t important. The pattern is worked in the round, without joining the rounds. American crochet terms are used.

Abbreviations:
ch = chain
sc = single crochet

Start with a magic ring, or ch2 and work in the first ch.

1. 6 sc in a circle.
2. 2sc in each sc around. (12 sc)
3. (2sc in next sc, 1sc in next sc) 6 times. (18 sc)
4. (2sc in next sc, 1sc in each of next  2 sc) 6 times. (24 sc)
5. (2sc in next sc, 1sc in each of next  3 sc) 6 times. (30 sc)
6. (2sc in next sc, 1sc in each of next  4 sc) 6 times. (36 sc)
7. (2sc in next sc, 1sc in each of next  5 sc) 6 times. (42 sc)

Cut yarn, leaving a long tail for sewing, and finish off.

crochet circle

To make the fortune cookie shape, first fold the circle in half and sew along the edge, leaving a small hole for stuffing.

fold the circle in half and sew

Add a very tiny bit of stuffing, and sew up the hole.

semi-circle

Pinch the corners of the semi-circle together, making a fortune cookie shape.

pinch the corners together

Lastly, use one or two small stitches along the folded edge to hold the cookie in shape.

finished fortune cookie

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