20 Free Crochet Angel Patterns
Crochet angels make lovely ornaments and gifts. They look stunning as Christmas tree toppers. You can have them in 3d forms or flat. They also look good in amigurumi doll forms. The pattern that you choose for your crochet angel is entirely up to you. You can crochet them traditionally in white yarn or go on a rampage with your yarn colors.
This thread angel can make a pretty Christmas tree decoration. The lacy pattern would win your holiday guests over with its looks. You can have this as a tree top angel.
This flat angel pattern can be used as an applique or a bookmark. You can use it as a pin on your dress as well.
This lace crochet angel is a attractive pattern to work during the holidays. You can give it away as a Christmas gift.
This is a simple, quick and lovely angel bell pattern that can be dedicated to grandmothers. It can be used as a stuffed toy or ornament.
This Victorian crochet angel pattern would be a beautiful Christmas decoration. The small angel can be placed at the top of the x-mas tree.
You can have this cute pattern on your Christmas tree or on a table as a decoration item. The crochet angel stands on its own.
These guardian angels would make great gifts. It would touch the soul of the recipient and show him how much you care.
Heavenly pineapple crochet angels can be a great Christmas tree decoration. You can also use them as bookmarks.
This simple granny square crochet angel can be a good Christmas tree decoration idea. You can also add it to a present. It would be an ideal project for beginners.
This amigurumi crochet angel looks cute, doesn’t it? It can be gifted to little ones and they would have a fun time playing with it.
These mini crochet angel designs make dainty ornaments for the holidays. You would fall in love with the pattern.
You are now all set to crochet an angel of your liking. Just pick up the yarn and hook size specified in the tutorials and you are good to go. The patterns would keep you immersed in creative bliss for hours on end.
Published on August 21st 2020 by Peyton Derrida