17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet – Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet – Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

My goals for 2017 are all about learning to knit cookies …

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Christmas Cookies by Julia Usher

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Hand Knit Cookies and tutorial by the Partiologist

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Knit Cookies by Sweet Sugarbelle

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Granny Square Cookies by Emily Reiman

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Knit Cookies by Emily Baking

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Yarn Ball Cookies by Sweet Jenny Belle

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Warm Fuzzies by Susan Hennes

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Knitting Cookies by Sugar Bliss Cookies

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Knitting Cookies by Patty’s Cookies

BONUS CUPCAKES!

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Knit Christmas Cupcakes by Truly Madly Sweetly Cupcakes

17 Real, Edible Cookies That Look Knit and Crochet - Sorry, Not Calorie-Free!

Yarn Ball Cupcakes by Emily Reiman





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Danielle

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.

2 Comments

  1. Meg

    They’re all amazing! I’m thinking it would be easier for me to actually knit one of these creations than to create a cookie that looks knitted. :^D

    Reply
    • knithack

      When you see some of the tutorials, the tricks they use to create a knit look are easier than you might think!

      Reply

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