Crochet Angel Christmas Ornament Free Pattern

Christmas time is the time of Sharing and Giving so I decided I will share my Crochet Patterns for 2 Angel Ornaments with you.

Writing this I’m just on the plane coming back from week long holidays in my home country – Poland. Whilst on holidays I was making this little Crochet Angels for my family because unfortunately we won’t be seeing them for Christmas this year as we have to stay in UK because of work commitments. They were all happy with my little crochet gifts and I’m planning to make few more of those Crochet Angels for myself. Hope you will enjoy making them too!

To make this I used Drops Cotton Viscose, main color is Pearl Grey and for edging Mustard.

CROCHET ANGEL PATTERN NR 1 (BIGGER ONE)

HEAD AND BODY:
Note: Angels’ head and body is worked in one piece in spiral sc, starting at the top of the head. Mark last st of each round with a safety pin or marker and move it onto last st at the end of every round.
Crocheting in the Round: Mix & Match Hats (w/ Stacey Trock)
To create this Crochet Angel you will need to know how to increase and decrease the stiches. Here is the course that can help you  Crochet Essentials: Increases & Decreases.

Using main color (MC) and 4mm hook make a loop ring (adjustable ring) then begin as follows:

1) 1 ch, 6 sc in loop ring (Do not turn but work with RS always facing). Pull yarn end to close loop ring.
2) 2 sc in each sc (12 sc made)
3) (1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc) x 6 (18 sc)
4) 1 sc in each sc (18 sc)
5) (1 sc in next sc, sc2tog) x 6 (12 sc)
6) sc2tog x 6 (6 sc)
7) (1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc) x 3 (9 sc)
8) 2 sc in each sc (18 sc)
9 – 13) 1 sc in each sc (18 sc)
14) (1 sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc) x 6 (24 sc)
15) 1 sc in each sc (24 sc), sl st to the next st and fasten off
Join in gold color yarn in any of the st to create gold edging:
16) 1 sc in each sc (24 sc)

17) (3 sc in first sc, sl st to next sc) x 12. On the end of the round sl st to top of first sc and fasten off.


CROCHET ANGEL WINGS:
 
Using main color (MC) and 4mm hook make a loop ring (adjustable ring) leaving long end of yarn then begin as follows:
1) 4 ch and 11 dc in loop ring. Pull yarn end to close loop ring. (12 dc) DO NOT join to the top of 4ch, turn
2) 4 ch, dc in the same st, 2 dc in each of remaining st (24 dc) turn
3) 4 ch, dc in next 3 st, hdc in next 2 st, sc, sl st in next 10 st, sc, hdc in next 2 st, dc in 4 remaining st, fasten off
Sl st second color (gold) to the first st of the last round

4) (3 sc in first st, sl st to the second st) repeat 12 times, fasten off.

FINISHING:

Use long end of yarn to sew on the wings to the back of the Angel. I placed the right side of the wings facing the back of the Angel as that way wings will naturally lean forward and the right side will be visible while looking at the Angel. I’ve placed the top of the wings in between head and a body and sew between row 1 and 2. Stuff the head with hollow fiber filling or a cotton bud.

CROCHET ANGEL PATTERN NR 2 (SMALLER ONE)


HEAD AND BODY:

Note: Angels’ head and body is worked in one piece in spiral sc, starting at the top of the head. Mark last st of each round with a safety pin or marker and move it onto last st at the end of every round.

Crocheting in the Round: Mix & Match Hats (w/ Stacey Trock)

Using main color (MC) and 3.5 mm hook make a loop ring (adjustable ring) then begin as follows:
1) 1 ch, 6 sc in loop ring (Do not turn but work with RS always facing). Pull yarn end to close loop ring.
2) 2 sc in each sc (12 sc made)
3) (1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc) x 6 (18 sc)
4) 1 sc in each sc (18 sc)
5) (1 sc in next sc, sc2tog) x 6 (12 sc)
6) sc2tog x 6 (6 sc)
7) (1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc) x 3 (9 sc)
8) 2 sc in each sc (18 sc)9 – 13) 1 sc in each sc (18 sc)14) (1 dc in next 2 sc, 2 dc in next sc) x 6 (24 dc)
Join in gold color yarn in any of the st to make edging:

15) (1 sc in next sc, 2 ch, skip 1 st) x 12, sl st to the top of first sc & fasten off

Using main color (MC) and 3.5 mm hook make a loop ring (adjustable ring) leaving long end of yarn then begin as follows:
1) 4 ch and 9 dc in loop ring. Pull yarn end to close loop ring. (10 dc) DO NOT join to the top of 4ch, turn
2) 4 ch, dc in the same st, 2 dc in each of remaining st (20 dc) fasten offSl st second color (gold) to the first st of the last round

3) After you sl st to the first st make 2 ch, (sl st to the next st, 2 ch) repeat to the end of the round, fasten off.


FINISHING: Use directions from the Angel number 1.You can make as many of these Angels as you want to give to your family or for sale on craft fairs etc. but please do not sell this pattern.

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Check out my other Christmas Crochet Patters with detailed photo tutorials:

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MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! 🙂

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7 thoughts on “Crochet Angel Christmas Ornament Free Pattern

  1. Thank you for sharing! I love that you have two sizes. I'm thinking of making these for family using their birthstone color as the accent color so they know who is who's!
    Thanks again!

    1. You are very welcome 🙂 would love to see how they turned out in different colours, if you will have a min would be great if you could send me a picture on crochetarcade@gmail.com 😛 thanks

  2. They are wonderful angels

  3. Beautiful, cant wait to get started. Thanks a bunch for sharing.

  4. Thank you so much for this design! However, I am having a hard time finding this gold yarn. The only thing that I could find was a wire twine of sometype. Do you have any suggestions as to where you bought your gold yarn or what brand? Maybe a link if you bought it online? Thank you!! 🙂

  5. So thankful I found you… snowed in, car in shop (since 10/22), time to get "round-to-it" crocheting done 🙂

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