31 Days of Candy Day 24: Fairy Stick Free Crochet Pattern

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Fairy Stick Free Crochet Candy Pattern: 31 Days of Candy by E'Claire Makery

Fairy stick anyone? Today’s candy of the day is a Fairy stick inspired by the thin sticks of sugar known as Pixie Sticks. That candy was always one that my sister and I loved getting as kids, and their sugary goodness was always so delicious. I mean if they’re made of complete sugar that’s fruity flavored, what’s not to love?


The idea of this candy came from one of my Instagram followers making the suggestion that I make a Pixie Stick. I had all of candies planned except for three, and I was in such a creative slump that I couldn’t think of anything to make. When my Instagram friend suggested a Pixie Stick, a lightbulb lit up in my head. Ideas started flowing in and I once again had my creative thinking back! I right away thought of doing a crocheted long piece that was similar to the Licorice Pattern I created, but had some cute fairy add ons along with being in a cute variegated yarn I used for the Salt Water Taffy Pattern.


I’ve always loved fairies and all kinds of magical things! My sister and I loved the Disney fairies, and played the online Disney Pixie Hollow game while it was still a thing. We’d dress our fairies up in fun clothes, make fairy houses, and fly around going on adventures. I loved having a tiny fairy that Got to play with. Now, I have a little fairy that I can have with my anywhere I go!

Fairy Stick Free Crochet Candy Pattern: 31 Days of Candy by E'Claire Makery

This pattern is full of some fun and simple techniques that make a super cute Fairy stick. You’ll create a stick using single crochet stitches, make some fairy wings, and cute blue hair using the same technique I use in my StrawBeary Milkshake pattern to create whip cream. I used Loops and Threads Kai, Premier Yarns Downton Abbey Yarn, and Paintbox Yarns Simply DK to create this candy. This pattern has a lot of flexibility with what yarn you use, and you can create any type of Fairy Stick you like using any DK weight yarn. Let’s get started!


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Stitches Used:

  • st = stitch
  • sc = single crochet (UK Double Crochet)
  • dec = decrease
  • dc = double crochet (UK Treble Crochet)
  • tr = triple crochet
  • sl = slip stitch

Recipe Notes:

  • The Fairy Stick is crocheted in continuous rounds. Mark the beginning of each round with a stitch marker.
  • Pattern uses US crochet terminology, but the UK terminology conversion is listed in the stitches used list above
  • Face is made of felt pieces that are cut out and sewn on to the crocheted piece. Download my Felt Pieces for Plushies PDF Printout for the face pieces you’ll cut out of felt. Cut out two eyes from black felt, the mouth from pink, and the tongue from red. If you don’t know how to sew on felt pieces, check out my Youtube Video Below that shows how to do it.

Fairy Stick

Rnd 1: sc 5 in magic circl (5)

Rnd 2: sc 2 in each sc around (10)

Rnd 3-18: sc 10 (10)

Stuff fairy stick. You can stuff the fairy stick as you go, or wait till the main body is done to stuff it.

Rnd 19: dec 5

Fasten off and weave in ends. Sew on face once fairy stick is finished.


Fairy Stick Free Crochet Candy Pattern: 31 Days of Candy by E'Claire Makery


Ch 6, starting in 2nd ch from hook (dc 2, tr 1) in same ch, (tr 1, dc 2) in next ch, sl st 1, (dc 1, tr 1) in next st, (tr 1, dc 2) in next st. Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing to Fairy Stick. Sew both wings to Fairy Stick when they’re done.



Ch 10, starting in 2nd ch from hook dc 2 in each ch till end. Fasten off leaving a tail for sewing to Fairy Stick, and sew on top of Fairy stick.

Fairy Stick Free Crochet Candy Pattern: 31 Days of Candy by E'Claire Makery

Once you’re done with all of those steps, you’ll have your very own fairy friend! If you’d like to receive the 31 Days of Candy free crochet patterns delivered directly to your inbox throughout the month of October, sign up for my newsletter here and receive a new one each day. If you missed any of the other free crochet patterns you can get them in the 31 Days of Candy section on my website. If you’d like to share your makes, make sure to tag @eclairemakery and use the hashtag #31daysofcandy to share your makes with everyone. See you tomorrow for day 25 of the 31 days of candy!


Happy stitching,



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