Recently I had a request for a tree topper roundup – and so I went on a search. Alas, I didn’t find very many free tree topper patterns at all. Not nearly enough for a roundup. But what I *did* find was a whole chorus of Angels – including a tree topper! My daughter has quite a collection of angel ornaments from her grandmother, and I have a few lovely ones that have been given to me as well – and they make me smile every year. Well, I can take a hint – here’s 10 free crochet Angel patterns!
10 11 Free Crochet Angel Patterns
(click on the name of the pattern, to go to the free pattern page for that item!)
- Quick and Easy Christmas Ornament by Roswitha Mueller, on Ravelry: This angel ornament has found a place on many a list this season! An angel pattern that’s great for even beginning crocheters.
- Tree-Topper Angel by Patons, on Yarnspirations: Be sure to check out the Ravelry gallery page for some lovely photos – the one on the pattern doesn’t do it justice!
- The Cranky Angel by Kim Lapsley, on Kim Lapsley Crochets: So cute, and so cranky! For a little different take on the whole holiday business.
- Angel Bell by LemonTreeDesigns, on Squidoo: Simple, quick, and lovely.
- Victorian Vintage Angel Christmas Ornament by Tammy Swallow, on Tammy Swallow.Hubpages: Nostalgic and beautiful!
- Tiny Christmas Angel by Elizabeth Ann White, on BellaCrochet: Only 2.5″ tall, perfect for a little ornament or in a greeting card.
- Christmas Tree Angel by Grace McMahon, on Ravelry: Isn’t she cute! Available in English and French.
- Angel Dishcloth by Christine Daugherty, on Craftown.com: A more practical angel, bringing holiday cheer to the kitchen (and maybe granting a wish for fewer dirty dishes?).
- Cindy the Angel by Lion Brand Yarn: Wonderful as an ornament or as a gift for a special little one!
- Heavenly Pineapple Angel by Jo Ann Maxwell: Alas, this pattern is no longer free! But it IS available for purchase on Annie’s E-Patterns Central!
- BONUS! Right before I published this roundup a brand new angle pin popped up! The Angel Pin by Kim Guzman can by whipped up in just 15 minutes, making it must-add for this list!
Hope you’ve enjoyed this free crochet angel patterns roundup! Do you have a little voice on your shoulder urging you to pick up your crochet hook? Which one is your favorite? Is there an angel pattern I missed? Add your thoughts and links in the comments!