Pocky is a Japanese snack food produced by Glico. Pocky was first sold in 1966, and consists of chocolate-coated biscuit sticks. It was named after the Japanese onomatopoetic word pokkin.
"Pocky is about sharing happiness with friends, family, co-workers—anyone, anytime, anywhere! Just open a box, pass it around, and watch the smiles and happiness spread.
With plenty of sticks in each box, Pocky is the perfect snack for bringing people closer together and livening the mood. Or simply relax on the couch and share Pocky with that special someone.
Great to have around the house. With the no-mess handle on every Pocky stick, your kids won’t have chocolate all over their hands." -www.pocky.com
"The Red box that holds happiness inside"
I present to you my Pocky Family Amigurumi Food Crochet Pattern!!
A little family, cute, warm and tasty!
Crochet yourself this beautiful and tasty family of Pocky!
Pattern on etsy just one dollar! ^_^
This is the pattern only, not a Finished Amigurumi.
This tutorial contains 2 patterns in a single file:
- Mommy and Daddy Pocky
- Baby Pocky
Crochet Hook: 2.75 mm
Yarn: Worsted / Light Worsted / Medium / Light Medium
This is a downloadable pattern. Written in English using US terms. Suitable for an beginner crocheter.
Two patterns available for Instant Download. When the payment is completed you will receive an email with all the information needed to download the file (PDF). You'll receive an email from Etsy including your link to download the file.
These patterns are super easy to follow, you just need to know the basic crochet terms like:
- Magic Ring
- Single crochet (sc)
- Increase (Inc)
- Decrease (Dec)
+ Embroidery details.
The patterns are very detailed and contain step-by-step photo tutorials.
©2012 Amigurumi food - Anneris Kondratas - All rights reserved. This pattern is FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. The pattern may not be reproduced, distributed or resold, translated, published, altered, shared or posted (for sell or free) over the internet or offline. You can sell items made from this pattern, giving credit to Amigurumifood / Amigurumifood.blogspot.com