How to Crochet an Angel – Easy Angel Crochet Pattern – My First Crochet Angel Pattern

How to Crochet an Angel – Easy Angel Crochet Pattern – My First Crochet Angel Pattern

Easy Angel Crochet Pattern for beginners.

 

Once you can make this Easy Angel Crochet Pattern you can move on to more difficult patterns with ease.

You can use very thin crochet thread or heavy yarn, I have even used embroidery floss, the pattern is the same regardless only the hook size changes.

The featured image was created with Loin Brand Yarns – Wool-Easy – it’s glittery. However, the glittery yarn is nearly impossible to photograph so I created the tutorial angel with Sugar & Cream dishrag yarn.

Legend Key:
** = repeat whatever is in between the stars all the way around
ch = chain (always counts as first single crochet)
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
scinc = increase single crochet (a.k.a single crochet twice in one space)
scdec = decrease single crochet (a.k.a make 2 sc into 1 sc – don’t worry there’s a picture)
space = the space from the row below it

Head
Row 1
sc 6 in magic circle
Slip stitch into first sc to complete row

 

Row 2
ch 2, sc in same space
*2 sc in each space round*
Slip stitch into top of original 2 ch

 

Row 3
ch 2, sc in same space. sc in next space.
*2 sc in same space, 1 sc round*
Slip stitch into top of original 2 ch

 

Row 4-5
ch 2
*1 sc in each space round*
Slip stitch into top of original 2 ch

Row 6
ch 2
*scdec, 1 sc round*
Slip stitch into top of original 2 ch

Row 7
ch 2
*scdec round*
Slip stitch into top of original 2 ch
(There should be 6 spaces. If not, don’t worry, just fudge the next row a bit)

Stuff Head

Body
Row 8
ch 3, dbc in same space
*2 dbc in each space round*
Slip stitch into 3 ch space

Row 9 – 10
ch 3, dbc in same space, ch 1
*dbc between dbc from previous row, ch 1*
Slip stitch into 3 ch space

Row 11 – 12
ch 3,
*dbc between dbc from previous row, ch 2*
Slip stitch into 3 ch space

Row 13
5 dbc in Next space, slip stitch into next space
Slip stitch into 3 ch space
Tie off.

Wings:
Row 1
6 sc in magic circle – do not join

Row 2
ch 3, turn
*2 dbc in each space across*

Row 3
ch 3, turn
*1 dbc in next space, ch 1 across*

Row 4
ch 4, turn
*1 dbc in next space, ch 2 across*

Row 5
ch 4, turn
*1 dbc in next space, ch 3 across*

 

Row 6
5 dbc the 3 ch space, slip stitch between the 3ch space from previous row.
(do Not change at any point in this row.)

Attached the wings to the body with a little yarn.

Used a wee bit of wire for the halo.

I typically starch the angels with a little bit of paint on or spray on starch, with this one it wasn’t necessary because it could stand on it’s own.

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