Celebrating Chocolate Ball Day (Chokladbollens Dag) with a Sweet Crochet Treat!

Did you know that May 11th is Chokladbollens Dag, also known as Chocolate Ball Day, in Sweden? It’s a fun celebration dedicated to one of the nation’s favorite sweet treats – the humble chokladboll, or chocolate ball.

To mark this special occasion, I’m excited to share with you a sweet crochet pattern inspired by the beloved chokladboll! πŸ«πŸŽ‰

Free pattern for a Chokladboll!

This fun crochet pattern is not only easy to follow but also incredibly simple, capturing all the charm and sweetness of a real chocolate ball. With its round shape, rich brown color, and adorable sprinkle details, this crochet creation is guaranteed to add joy to your crafting experience.

And the best part? It’s completely calorie-free! You can enjoy all the deliciousness of a chokladboll without worrying about your waistline. πŸ˜‰

Don’t they just look delicious?!


Crochet the whole pattern with two treads, one white and one dark brown. I used Panduro Yarn Cotton 8/4 (145 m = 50 g).

Materials needed:

  • White yarn
  • Dark brown yarn
  • Hook that fits double yarn
  • Stuffing
  • Scissors
  • Needle

Start by making a magic ring. Stuff the chocolate ball as you go.

  • Round 1: 6 sc in a magic ring
  • Round 2: Inc x6
  • Round 3. (Sc, inc) x6
  • Round 4-7: Sc in each st
  • Round 8: (Sc, dec) x6
  • Round 9: dec x6
  • Cut the yarn and leave a long tail to sew the hole closed.
  • Fasten off, close the hole by sewing in the front loop of each stitch, weave in yarn tail.

Share Your Sweet Creations

Once you’ve finished crocheting your chokladboll, don’t forget to share your creations with me! Tag @Craftilda on Instagram to show off your sweet chocolate ball.

Happy crocheting! 🧢🍫

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