Crochet Christmas Angels

KLIK HIER VOOR NEDERLANDS.
We are doing a Christmas Blog Hop again! It started on the first of december, we hopped from, AnneliesSarah, NerissaTammy, Tatiana, Carmen to Jellina yesterday, who made the cutest little Christmas Trees!
And tomorrow we’ll find out what Esther from It’s all in a Nutshell made for us.
But for today I made these cute little angels for you.

Crochet Christmas Angels

I used Catona by Scheepjes with hook 2.5mm.
You can by this wonderfull 100% mercerized cotton in lovely 25 gr balls
and 82 colors at Deramores ( UKUSAAUCA,) and here at Wool Warehouse, they both
send worldwide.

 
 

And now hang them in your tree …

Or make a guarland….

Or make them with Lizzy by Scheepjes….

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I love to share my designs with you to inspire you and I like to keep it free! A little donation though would be much appreciated, so I can keep buying yarn.


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38 thoughts on “Crochet Christmas Angels

  1. I'm a slow learner and beginner, I absolutely LOVE this pattern and the adorable results. I eventually will be making the Angel garland for my daughter, Angela. And more plans to make more 🙂 Thank you for this wonderful pattern. It is so simple, pictures and instructions are very clear, even though I still struggle, this is a very doable pattern for me. I do have a question though, in the first round is it 12 double crochets total? I know the ch 3 counts as one dc, but not sure if that is 11 additional dc's. Thanks so much 🙂 My first attempt got askew and the Angel's skirt was on one side instead of in front and down from the wings in the center ::sigh:: Easy to figure out 🙂 I am still working on the Angel's face to get it looking even and smooth. But I did a practice one to completion and couldn't be happier with it, just needs some tweaking due to my beginner skills.
    Again, thank you. Can't wait to see more of this site 🙂

  2. I will be making them for not only my tree, but my granddaughter's first tree of her own. For her and her son, our great grandson. Thank you, quick and cute. Merry Christmas.

  3. You can print this out. If you are on a laptop, use Control P. If you're on a tablet, choose 'device', then printer, then just print the pages you want. You should end up with about four pages. Don't print all the comments. Or, alternatively, you can copy the photos and paste them to a Word document. This is definitely an easy 'take-along'!

  4. I have been looking for an angel pattern and hAve beem told thsee are vwry pretty. Is this pattern available in just plain text anywhere? I am blind and my screen reader does not read text that is printed on images.

  5. Hi, I love this motif. I would like to use it on a doll nightgown I am designing. I will include the link to this site and give you full credit for it.

    Darlene Cutler aka darski

  6. Copy and paste images into a program that allows you to print or if you're on your cellphone save page for offline reading or screen shot (off button and down volume button at the same time) obviously don't hand out copies of the pattern and keep the pattern to yourself without asking to share it

  7. Hi. Thanks for this. Im getting lost in the part after the turn. My next stitches are not forming in between the wings but on one side. Im slip stitching on the same hole (first dc) as per instruction. Help pls! Advance Merry Christmas to you ��

  8. These are the BEST Angels I have seen. Im having trouble with the part after the turn. My next stitches are not forming in between the wings but on one side. Im slip stitching on the same hole (first dc) as per instruction. Help pls! Advance Merry Christmas to you

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