Hello there, amigurumi lovers! Which one of you is currently looking for a guardian angel? If you feel like you could use one, this heavenly corner of Your Crochet is the right place for you.
If you are one of the people who believe in angels only during the wonderful Christmas time, our today’s post was intended precisely for you. This list of exemplary crochet patterns for amigurumi heavenly creatures will change your mind, without a doubt. You should put these ideas on your list of crochet winter decorations, obviously, but do not stop there! There are many more ways in which you can use your yarny creations. Keychains, lucky charms, decorative figurines, toys…the choice is yours! Equip yourself with white yarn and get to work right away because The Most Adorable Crochet Angels are ready to fly into your home. They may be virtuous and innocent, but they are still pretty impatient!
Adorable Angel Dolls with Free Crochet Patterns
These dolls will make children so happy as they specialize in playdates and bedtime cuddles. If you are not a child anymore, don’t hesitate to crochet one and keep it all to yourself! After all, we never grow out of love for soft, snuggly ragdolls. Especially if they sparkle and know how to fly!
Can you imagine a creature more magical than an Angel Pixie? We certainly don’t think so! This little lady is truly out of this world. On top of that, even crocheting newbies can master this pattern by Sweet Softies in no time. So convenient, isn’t it?
The original pattern and the photos are available on Sweet Softies here:
If your little girl or boy needs a guardian angel who likes to cuddle, this pattern by Loops & Love Crochet is just the thing for you. This decent-sized, wonderfully soft doll is a perfect snuggle companion for bedtime reading. Your children will surely have heavenly dreams!
The original pattern and the photos are available on Loops and Love Crochet here:
Mini Amigurumi Angel
If you are looking for a little decorative figurine, this amigurumi baby will surely meet all your requirements. You should take a look at this exciting pattern by Grace and Yarn if you are after crochet toy ideas as well. Customize the colors and choose a size that suits your needs. So simple, isn’t it?
The original pattern and the photos are available on Grace and Yarn here:
Little Amigurumi Angels with Free Patterns
Small, smaller, the smallest! These miniature amigurumi creatures will fit into your pocket and keep you company all day long. Decorate your desk with a couple of them if you need a daily pick-me-up at work. These angels have special powers!
Who said there were no angels in the animal kingdom? Well, guess what? Bunnies just got even better! If you are one of these crocheters who can handle a huge dose of cuteness, this pattern by The Cozy Chipmunk is evidently for you. Imagine these little beauties decorating your house. Heart-melting, aren’t they?
The original pattern and the photos are available on The Cozy Chipmunk here:
Gnomes are a must-have for Christmas, undoubtedly. If you haven’t crocheted one before, get ready for an exciting adventure! Thanks to Lindsey Dale’s experience, the pattern is explained in detail and beginner-friendly. Well, what are you waiting for? The land of gnomes is waiting to be explored!
The original pattern and the photos are available on Winding Road Crochet here:
Mini Angel Amigurumi
This playful pattern by Supergurumi has made our day! We mean, just look at these little faces! So cute, aren’t they? If you are wondering how to crochet an angel, this designer has got you covered. The first amigurumi wonder you create following the instructions will make everything clear!
The original pattern is available on Supergurumi here:
More info and the photos on Ravelry here.
Amigurumi Angels for the Christmas Tree Free Patterns
Are you one of these crafters who think of Christmas decor all year round? Or maybe you simply want to learn how to make a crochet angel for the family tree before the time comes? Either way, you should catch these beauties and place them in your pattern library. What better time than now?
Elsa the Snow Angel
Oh, Elsa! Isn’t she absolutely fabulous with her long hair and subtle smile? The dusty pink color is an unusual choice for Christmas, but it is also totally charming. Will you follow the example of Yarnhild or create your own color palette for the angel girl squad?
The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here:
Let’s finish our list of The Most Adorable Crochet Angels with something classic! No Christmas tree is complete without an angel, and this cute little one is just the thing. Te classic ornament is the perfect accessory for a rustic-style tree or wreath. It is easy to make, requires only basic skills, and can be modified in terms of colors and sizes. White, red, blue, and gold are obviously the most traditional choices.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Crochet for You here: