Crochet Angel Fridgie
Red Heart Baby Sport Pompadour White
1- 1 1/8" cabone (plastic) ring
1 pair of nylon angel wings
1 Magnet strip
Size F Crochet hook
To begin, join yarn with sc to plastic ring. Work 25 sc in ring. Join with sl st to beg. ch. [26sc]
Rnd 1: Ch3, 2 dc in front loop of same sp as joining. 3 dc in front loop of next st, turn, working in back loops of sts you just worked in, 3 dc in each of the two stitches. Join with sl st to beg ch-3. [12dc]
Rnd 2: Ch3, dc in same sp as ch-3, 2 dc in each st around. join with sl st to top of beg ch-3. [24dc]
Rnd 3: Ch3, dc in same sp as ch-3, 2 dc in each st around. Join with sl st to top of beg ch-3. [48dc]
Rnd 4: Skipping first 38 sc's from joining (this puts your "seam" in the back of the fridgie), join with a sc to 39th st from joining. Sc in each of next 4 sts, skip next 14 sts, sc in next 10 sts, skip next 14 sts, sc in last 5 sts. Join with sl st to beg sc. [20sc]
Rnd 5: Ch3, dc in same sp as ch-3, 1 dc in next st, *2 dc in next st, 1 dc in next st. Repeat from * around. Join with sl st to top of beg ch-3. [30dc]
Rnd 6-9: Ch3, 1 dc in each st around, Join with sl st to top of beg ch-3. [30dc]
Rnd 10: Ch1, sc in same sp as ch-1,* skip next st, *5 dc in next st, skip next st, sc in next st. Repeat from * 5 more times. skip next st, 5 dc in next st, skip last three sts. Join with sl st to beg sc. Fasten off.
With front side of angel facing you attach yarn with sl st to the first free stitch of halo. *Ch3, sl st in 1st ch of Ch-3, skip next st, Sl st in next st. Repeat from * around. Fasten off.
Weave in all loose ends.
Holding two pieces of 1/8" ribbon together, tie in a bow and glue to the front waist of angel, Glue paper rose on top of bow. Glue wings to back of angel, Tie a small scrap of 1/8" ribbon into a tiny bow and glue to top part of halo. Glue 4 of the beads on the tip of the scallops at the bottom of the angels dress and the last bead to the center neck line, Glue strip of magnet to back of angel.
This Crochet Pattern was contributed by Myra Shaw
By Shellie Wilson. Shellie is the chief creative editor for Craftbits.