Monday, April 18, 2016

Yarnfood: puff pastries

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Lately with my yarnfood projects I have been experimenting on a new category: puff pastry. Without following any existed pattern I just went in my own way and created a chocolate puff roll, a puff roll with raisin and a cinnamon rolls. I am quite happy with the results and I’m planning to do more!

I type French pastry/Danish in the search bar and scour and search through Google for a good reference. Realism in my yarnfood projects is important. The works I have crochet so far I’ve also showed it to some of my friends and they all sudden wants to buy the real version and eat it.      
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In de afgelopen dagen heb ik weer nieuwe dingen gehaakt: bladerdeeg hapjes. Zonder enige bestaand patroon gebruikt te hebben, heb ik op eigen kracht de volgende baksels gehaakt: chocolade broodje, koffiebroodje en een kaneelrol. Ik ben best wel tevreden met ze!

In de Google zoekbalk type ik ‘Franse patisserie en Danish, klik enter en begin te zoeken naar een mooi foto als voorbeeld. Hoe realistischer mijn haakwerkjes des te beter. Ik heb ook de haakwerkjes aan mijn vrienden laten zien en die kregen spontane trek en had zin de echte variant te gaan kopen.
What is your favorite type of puff pastries?
WIP

My history sum up of making a cinnamon roll 

chocolate puff roll, puff pastry creme raisin and a cinnamon roll

Wouldn`t they look cute as brooches?

More yarnfood here!

7 comments :

  1. The snail is probably my favourite! (probably also because it's my favourite pastry)


    nat - dignifiable

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  2. Your attention to detail always blows me away! Maybe you can make a cup of latte to go with these pastries!

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  3. so cute!

    http://moje-kreacje.blogspot.com

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  4. OMGOSH...YAMMY! I wouldn't mind having a chest box FILLED of your beautiful and creative yarn food items! I love the pain au chocolat best!

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  5. I love pastries! There are so many decadent flavours, but I think a croissant will always be a classic. -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  6. Your yarn projects are always so good! And so detailed! Makes me want to eat them. I can imagine all the colors of yarn you have at home. Haha.
    Caffeine Rush

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  7. oh my gosh! this is seriously cool, I've never seen anything like this before. What a great skill :)
    Betty x
    The Betty Stamp

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