My brother was making fun of me this weekend when I said I needed to go home and finish knitting the christmas gifts I'm giving... and he *thinks* he's getting chocolate chip cookies from me (special request, actually the only gift he asked for! and yes, I baked him his own personal batch of cookies.)
... so he rolled his eyes and told me obviously I had time to play a board game because I didn't have to knit his cookies.
... so, I knit him a chocolate chip cookie!
I'm not sure he's prepared for this!
Anyway, I was looking for a fast, flat round thing I could knit, and decided to just use the base section of the Five-Pointed Star (http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=215154.0)
(Pentalia, I hope you don't mind, but I've taken a few liberties with your pattern... partly because I can't double knit, and partly because I just wanted something to help me make a round, flat object...)
I knit to row 7, and then exchanged all the M1s for K2tog, stuffed all my waste yarn from all the other knit gifts into it and sewed it down, all lumpy, into a cookie... I then added some darker yarn "chocolate chips" on top to make it look more authentic. The cookie itself is not double knit, it's just single-layer, but I used two strands together - some smart wool and tove I'm trying out. I think it's exactly what my brother needs... a little more wooly irony in his life!