Saturday, October 29, 2016

Crochet Angel Christmas Ornament with Video


Get ready for Christmas by decorating your tree with this Cute Angel Ornament! This is made with cotton thread yarn and a 2.7 hook size. You can make it bigger with thicker yarn or a larger hook size. It's perfect for any tree or to place on a gift. Enjoy this Angel Ornament Pattern that offers a Video Tutorial as well! 


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Materials: 

Red Heart Cotton thread Yarn Size 3
2.7 Hook Size

This Sweet Angel Measures 3 inches by 2.5 inches


Abbreivations: 

ch=chain
dc=double crochet
sc=single crochet
sl st=slip stitch
hdc=half double crochet

Angel Video Tutorial



Rnd 1. In Magic Circle work Chain 3(Counts as Dc), work 11 more dc in the circle, sl st to join, This is the head of the angel. -12 dc


Row 2. Chain 3(Counts as Dc), dc in the same space, work 2 dc in the next 4 dc, Turn -10 dc


Row 3.  Chain 3(Counts as Dc), dc in the same space, work 2 dc in the next 9 dc, Turn -20 dc


Row 4. Chain 4(Counts as Dc and ch 1), *Dc, Ch 1 in each of the next dc across,  -20 dc

Fasten off. 

Row 5.
Sl St with your yarn, Start in 8th dc, sl st in your yarn, Chain 3(Counts as Dc), dc, ch 1, 2 dc in the same space, skip next ch 1, *(2dc, ch 1, 2dc) in the next chain 1 space, skip next chain 1, *Repeat for one more time. Turn


Rows 6-8. Chain 3, in the first chain 1, *work (2dc, ch 1, 2dc) in the next chain 1 space, *Repeat for 2 more times, dc in the last dc Turn **Repeat for 3 times total


Row 9. ch 2, work 5 dc in the chain 1 space, sc in the next space, *work 5 dc in the next chain 1 space, *Repeat for one time, hdc in the last dc, Fasten off. 


Create a loop on top by sewing a loop to hang it. You Can use Fabric Stiffner to finish!



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2 comments:

Maryanne Homan said...

Thank you for this lovely angel pattern. Your instructions were clear and easy to follow. This worked up quickly and I just love this sweet angel for christmas gifts.

Unknown said...

Love the angel ! I have not tried using crochet thread yet; therefore, it wil be a challenge and I will need to be patient with my desire to be able to make lace-look projects like your cross, bell, and angel. I have always loved dainty lace items for decoration. I am going to try and make crosses, bells, angels, and maybe other items to give as Christmas gifts this year. Thank you so much for sharing your Youtube videos and written pattern instructions. I am a beginner, so some pattern instructions would be to diffucult for me to understand. I do know enough abbreviatons to follow along with your cross, bell, and angel instrucions.

Blessings,
Gail

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