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Penelope the Popsicle- Free Crochet Pattern

 Penelope the Popsicle 

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 Penelope the popsicle is an adorable popsicle amigurumi. She is made in two parts and then both parts are sewn together, or left separate if you want. Penelope the popsicle is the perfect gift to make for someone’s play kitchen or as a fun summer decoration. I hope you enjoy! 


Worsted weight yarn in the main colour, white and light brown 

I used Craft Smart Value yarn. Some other great worsted weight acrylic yarns that I've used for amigurumi before are:

-Red Heart Super Savers

-WeCrochet's Brava Worsted

-Bernat Super Value Yarn

4.5 mm crochet hook

Yarn needle

Polyester fiberfill

6mm Safety eyes

Small amount of black yarn






Mr- Magic ring

R- Round

Sc- Single crochet 

St(s)- Stitch(es)

* - repeat the directions between * and * as many times as stated

() - The number inside is how many stitches you should have at the end of a round

Invdec- Invisible Decrease 

FLO- Crochet in the front loops only 



Using Main Colour:

R1: Sc 6 in Mr (6 sts)

R2: Sc 2 in each st around (12 sts)

R3-14: Sc around (12 sts)

Add safety eyes about halfway up your popsicle and stitch mouth, I only added safety eyes to one of mine, but you can add them to both if you'd like

Stuff popsicle and continue as you go, be sure to stuff the popsicle stick and very firmly

Change to white yarn 

R15: Sc around (12 sts)

R16: invdec 6 times (6 sts)

Change to brown yarn

Popsicle Stick:

R17: in FLO sc around (6sts)

R18-21: Sc around

Fasten off and close piece

Repeat for 2nd Popsicle 


Attach a piece of yarn to a yarn needle in the same colour as your popsicle and weave in and out along the inside of the popsicle:

Weave in ends. 

Yay! You finished your popsicle, let me know how it went in the comments!

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