Little Angel


Little Angel


My favorite of our free crochet angel patterns, this crochet angel comes complete with glitter halo and button face. The crochet wings are quick and easy to make. Make an ornament, pin or fridge magnet with this angel crochet pattern. This pattern comes to from M.E.H. Designs.

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 Crochet Angel


  • Yarn: Scraps of white and gold
  • Crochet hook: size 5 mm (US H)
  • 1 2-hole button
  • 1 fancy button or beads
  • 10 inch length of ribbon
  • 1 gold glitter stem
  • White glue, or a hot glue gun

    Crochet Angel


Make the wings

  1. Chain 7, single crochet in the 2nd stitch from the hook, and in each stitch across the row. Chain 1 and turn.
  2. Single crochet in each stitch across the row, chain 1 and turn.
  3. Repeat row 2 for 8 more rows. Fasten off. Fold in half to find the center, and tie a short piece of yarn tightly to gather and form the shape of wings.

    Crochet Angel Wings and Body  Crochet Angel Wings

Make the body

  1. Chain 3, 12 double crochet in the 2nd stitch from the hook.
  2. Slip stitch to join and fasten off. (Circle made which is the body).


  1. Cut a 2 inch length of the ribbon, tie a scrap of yarn in the center.

    Crochet Angel
  2. Twist a 4 inch length of glitter stem to form a halo.
  3. Overlap the body at the bottom of the wings slightly and glue.
  4. Glue a ribbon hanger on the back if using as an ornament.
  5. Glue a magnet to the back or a pinback.
  6. Position the button, using the two holes as eyes, and glue.
  7. Glue a button or beads on the belly.
  8. Glue the 2 inch ribbon bow at the chin.
  9. Tuck the glitter stem behind the button, and glue.

    Crochet Angel

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This is absolutely the cutest angel. I loved making them. I gave for an ornament on gifts and packages. It turns out adorable and so easy. I make several at one time. So I would make 5 wings, 5 bodies etc.... works perfect. Thanks for sharing this pattern. I loved it !!

I know I'm a year too late but I love this pattern. It was so easy to make. I used gold cord for the wings instead of yarn and they were beautiful.

Its beautiful, I do not crocet.

so sweet and cute

I made this angel last year for several people I work with. It was a big hit and so easy and fun to make. I am going to make some more this year for packages. Love it!

I've been looking for something to attach to wrapped presents for Christmas. This is perfect and would be less expensive than buying ornaments for packages. Thanks!

Lindo y super facil!!!! Gracias.

I like to crocet and this angel is a perfect project.

Thank you so much for this cute angel. I am going to make these for my ornament exchange group. It should be small enough to fit into an envelope & still not weigh alot to save on postage when I send them.

Here is a great idea for those of you wanting to give a "special" gift to an angel lover on your holiday gift list. 1st use fabric glue on your little angel, then sew her in the center of a "T" shirt. It will be a Huge hit with the angel lover on your Christmas Shopping list. Best of all it didn't cost but a few dollars and you can dress your angel in her favorite colors, instead of gold and white... Let's say her favorite color is lavendar, then match that up with a matte or even shiny silver ribbon. The combonations are endless. Happy Angel making and gift giving this year... Even though it's only May.... Crocheter-In-Fl

I am thrilled that this angel is going to make a lot of my angels, (people that have helped me while I am battling a serious spine disorder), feel really special this year. I have always believed that you can give angels all year, not just Christmas. Thanks, Ruth J.

This is the cutest Angel that I've seen in a long while that isn't that hard to make. I have limited control of my hands, but could still make this angel. Thanks so much for this lovely pattern. Regina H

This is so cute and so easy to make, and so fast, I love it. Thanks for the pattern, angles angels everywhere.

This little angel is darling! Thank you for sharing her. I would like to make her to put onto our Christmas gifts and be used as an ornament by the receiver's next year. She is just precious!


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