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Danielle Holke is a long-time knitter, first taught by her beloved grandmother as a young girl growing up in Canada. In 2008 she launched KnitHacker, a lively blog and knitting community which has since grown to be a popular presence in contemporary knitting culture, reaching more than a million readers each year. As a marketing professional, Danielle advises and works with a motley squad of artists, yarn bombers, film makers, pattern designers, yarn companies and more. Learn more about her latest book, Knits & Pieces: A Knitting Miscellany.


  1. freewaydog

    Where are the instructions for this? I want to make it! 😀

  2. Sharon

    I would like to have the patterns if possible… Thank you…

  3. Christine Rauth

    I would love a copy of this pattrern so I can be a cooler knitter

  4. vicki watts

    Love, love, love these, it would be great to have this pattern. Thanks for sharing with us.

  5. MJ Corkery

    Would love to have the pattern…these are so adorable!

  6. Cheaa

    Is there a crocheted pattern for this?

  7. Sindy

    I love these and would love a pattern. Does anyone know where to find it?

  8. Nan Cupchack

    May I please have the pattern for these cool ice creams? Thx

  9. Dawni

    I want to learn how to knit these, please please please offer this pattern. They are adorable. 🙂

  10. Shaylin

    Wow I would love to make these! I think im a getting hungery!:)

  11. Jill Cox

    Instructions for these cute knitted ice cream are a must.

  12. knithack

    Wow, thanks everyone – where are you all coming from? Olga is the maker and I’ve sent her a message to see if the pattern is available. You can send her a message too – click the knitted ice cream and you’ll be taken to her flickr page where you can send her a flickrmail. If you do get info, let us know and I’ll do the same!!! xoxo

  13. Olga

    Hi all! I – Olga and I’m the author of this knitted ice cream. Very glad that you liked it)))
    Repeat it is not difficult. But I have no instructions – I did “by eye”.
    In the near future I will try to do a master class.

    Thank you for your comments! Sorry for my english if there are errors.

    • Christina

      I am not very good at “by eye” my gloves turned out like socks. 😉 Do you think you could try to make up a patterns for these ADORABLE ice cream bars?

  14. Dee

    Besides wanting to make these adorable ice cream bars (pattern needed for knit please?) .. they look so scrumptious I feel like eating them too !! ; )

  15. Pamela

    I just love these! Can you make a crochet pattern for these?

  16. Helen

    Wow… what a delicious ice cream bar? I’m feeling very hungry too.
    On the other hand, Olga, I’m very appreciate with your knitted ice cream. They’re very…lovely. Well, pls keep going and knitting other cutely things for us okay.

  17. syeda asif

    these yummy ice cream bars are awesome i want to make these n i need instructions for these

  18. katrina

    I would like to have the patterns please. I have so many wool to knit

  19. Claudia

    I would like to have the patterns if possible… Thank you…


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