‘Tis the season! The winter season is perfect to make angels. Some of the patterns below are a few appliques, amigurumi, and just plain cute angels that I have found through-out the internet. I do have to e-mail the pattern designer and ask permission to use their photograph for each pattern I find. If there is no picture that means either I couldn’t find the designer’s contact information. I have never once got told “No” when asking for permission.

Tiny Christmas Angel

Image By: Bella Crochet

This little applique is so cute. I love how her dress looks like little hearts! She would be perfect on a card (like the designer did), a book mark, Christmas tree garland, and even a little pocket angel as she is only about 2 1/2 inches tall! The skill level is posted as intermediate, uses 25 yards of size 10 cotton crochet thread, and a size 1.65 mm crochet hook. To get the pattern simply click the picture; or go to Bella Crochet-Tiny Christmas Angel!


Lace Angel Crochet Pattern

Image By: Petals to Picots

This little angel is adorable. Because you will be using a fabric stiffener you won’t need anything to put under her to make her stand. She would be cute sitting on the shelf with other angels, or even hanging on the tree. You will need size 10 crochet thread, 1.75 mm crochet hook, cotton ball or fiber fill, a pin, and fabric stiffener. She stands about 5 inches tall and 3.5 inches wide. She has the written pattern as well as a stitch diagram for rounds 9-11. This pattern is brought to us by Petals to Picots; Lace Angel Pattern.


The Littlest Angel Christmas Ornaments 

Image By: Bella Crochet

These angels are to die for! I love their Christmas colored dresses. You could do the dresses in any color you choose. I bet a light “snow” blue would be beautiful too. Bella Crochet states that this pattern is for the Intermediate crocheter. There are about 4 special stitches. Rounds 1-9 are worked in the round don’t join, therefore you will probably want stitch markers. You will need green, red, brown, peach, cream, and yellow size 10 crochet thread, stitch markers, fiberfill (head only), white chenille stem (I had to google this item, never heard of it. I’m quite embarrassed to find out its just the fancy word for a craft pipe cleaner.), fabric glue, 9 red seed beads, and of course your 1.65 mm crochet hook! To work this pattern you can find it by going to Bella Crochet-The Littlest Angel Christmas Ornaments.


Crochet Angel Christmas Ornament

Image By: Crochet Arcade

I really like how this one is edged in a “yellow”. It is also small enough you could make a set for your Christmas Tree. She gives the pattern for 2 different sizes. The smaller one is about a head shorter than the bigger one. Both are extremely adorable no matter the size you choose. The yarn she used for the pattern is unfortunately discontinued but she does have a link posted for yarn substitutions. You will need 2 colors. The first one white and the 2nd color is for the “yellow” edge; using your 4 mm crochet hook. This pattern has been posted by Crochet Arcade in the UK. To make these angels click Crochet Arcade-Crochet Angel Christmas Ornament.


Suzie’s Little Angel Bookmark

Image By: Suzie’s Yarnie Stuff

Is there an angel loving bookworm in your family? Do you have family members or friends that bend the pages in their books, and it drives you absolutely nuts? I think this pattern is perfect for you! An Angel Bookmark. You will need size 3 crochet thread and a 3.5 mm crochet hook. The angel itself is 2.75 inches tall and the over all length of the bookmark is 13 inches; but could size accordingly. To make this pattern follow the link to Suzie’s Yarnie Stuff; Suzie’s Little Angel Bookmark.