Sunday, December 5, 2010

Free Lollipop Angel Crochet Pattern







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This angel is designed to slip over a Tootsie Pop. The halo is attached to the dress and holds the dress in place. Wouldn't this make a cute gift for the kiddies on your Christmas list?

*A note about my designs: You are free to sell anything you create from my designs in your etsy stores or elsewhere (no need to ask beforehand). I'm sure you'll find lots of cute ways to trim these angels and make them "your own", anyway! :)

Now, the pattern!

Materials needed for one angel:
Small amount Red Heart Super Saver Worsted Weight Yarn in White
Size H crochet hook
Tootsie Pop (a full-size one, not a mini)

Gauge: 2 rnds dc=1"

Rnd 1: Leaving an 18" length of yarn before you begin your chain (you'll use this length of yarn later to form the halo), ch 12, join w sl st in 1st ch to form ring, ch 3, dc in same ch, 2 dc in next ch and in each ch around, join w sl st in top of beg ch 3 (24 dc).

Rnd 2: Ch 3, dc in same dc, 2 dc in next dc, sk 9 dc, 2 dc in each of next 3 dc, sk 9 dc, 2 dc in last dc, join as before (12 dc).

Rnd 3: Ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next dc, * dc in next 2 dc, 2 dc in next dc, rep from * around, join as before (16 dc).

Rnd 4: Ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next dc, * dc in next 2 dc, 2 dc in next dc, rep from * around, dc in last dc, join as before, fasten off (21 dc).

For Halo: With back seam of dress facing you, pull beginning 18" length of yarn through stitch just right of beg ch 3, ch 13, join w sl st in same sp, fasten off.

Sew the sides of Rnd 2 together underneath each "wing".

Weave in ends.  Insert Tootsie Pop into top of dress and slip halo over lollipop as shown.

Enjoy !!

11 comments:

  1. I LOVE THIS PATTERN!!!

    Its so awesome and cute!!!

    I was searching over the weekend for an angel pattern when I saw this on crochet pattern central!

    I love how fast and easy it is!

    I'm going to make some with the lollipops and I'm making about 15 for nursing home residents without the candy!

    I will send pics next week when I am done!

    You are a lifesaver!

    I made hats and purses for the residents, and the others in a coma or the very sick I wanted a quick and easy angel pattern so I could hang it on their beds!

    Thanks so much!!!

    Sherry

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  2. You're welcome, Sherry. I hope the patients like their angels! I'm a Cherie and my mom's a Sherry :)

    I'm working on some new patterns. Hope to post them soon.

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  3. Oh how beautiful. My grandchildren are going to love this. Thank you for sharing your pattern with us.
    Pat E.

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  4. You're welcome, Pat! Glad you like the pattern.

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  5. Hello!

    I made over 20 of these! I'm going to post them tomorrow on Ravelry. Would you like me to include the link for the pattern?

    Thanks,

    Sherry

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  6. I am new at crocheting...trying all kinds of different things....I wanted to do an angel for my Sunday School class and came across this one...I am "going to try" and make it! thanks for sharing

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  7. Hello!!!

    Well I spent 2 1/2 days making angels!!! I have 30 white angels and 2 pink angels!!! I haven't put them on Ravelry yet but when I do I will send a link!

    Love this pattern so much!!!

    Thanks Again!!!

    Sherry

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  8. This is the cutest ever & looks so easy to make, too!
    We're giving away loot bags for orphans on the 28th of Dec., and this is such a darling give away... Thanks for the free pattern :-D

    I'm going to make some for my son's friend's, too... So excited to start one right away ;-)

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  9. This is the cutest ever & looks so easy to make, too. We're giving away lootbags for orphans on the 28th of Dec. , and this will be a welcome treat... I'm going to make some for my son's classmates, too.

    Thanks for sharing the pattern. God bless you :-)

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  10. Wonderful, simple pattern. Thank you for sharing your pattern.

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  11. Wow... These are precious. Wish I'd seen this for a Christmas show I just finished. Going to bookmark on fone for next year. Ooo! Pink for breast cancer patients. So many ideas...! Tjanks for being so gracious and generous to allow us to make and sell them. Proceeds can go to charity.

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