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Crochet the Angel - Instructions for Christmas Angel / Guardian Angel

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Crocheted angel

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  • Instructions - crochet angels
    • material
    • Basics
    • Head and body
    • Crochet wings
    • Angel wreath / halo

Anyone who likes to decorate at Christmas, of course, always has some angels in the repertoire. If you also count crocheting as your passion, you can combine both wonderfully together.

Just crochet your own angel or just a whole angel's family and decorate your home with it. And since angels and guardian angels actually accompany us throughout the year, the most beautiful crochet specimens may certainly remain in permanent use. Here we crochet a guardian angel in a festive dress.

Instructions - crochet angels

material

  • In this tutorial, work with a bit more stable crochet yarn and a crochet hook No. 2.5. (Lang Yarns, Quattro, combed cotton, mercerized, 50 g = approx. 120 m) - 1 ball
  • If you prefer filigree work, you can always switch to a delicate filet crochet yarn and thinner crochet hooks.
  • You also need some cotton wool, filling cotton or similar to fill in the angel's head.

Basics

These crochet techniques are required for the Crocheted Guardian Angel:

  • stitches
  • thread ring
  • strong stitches
  • slip stitch
  • half and whole chopsticks

Head and body

Start the crochet work best with a thread ring.

Round 1: Crochet 8 strong stitches in the thread ring and seal the round with a slit stitch.

Round 2: Double the number of stitches by crocheting 2 stitches in each stitch of the preliminary round. Crochet half chopsticks = 16 half sticks in this round

Attention: Beginning of round: 2 transitional air stitches, round end: 1 slit stitch; Transition air meshes and warp stitches are not taken into account in the calculation of the mesh count

Round 3: Double the number of stitches in this round by crocheting 2 half-sticks in each stitch of the preliminary round = 32 half-sticks.

Round 4 - Round 7: Crochet these rounds with no increments, each with 32 half sticks.

Round 8: In this round, the mesh size is reduced again. Take 16 stitches by crocheting 2 half sticks together (cut off together) = 16 half sticks.

Cut off 2 half-sticks together: For the first half-stick, make only the first step (pick up the thread and pull through) and leave the 3 loops on the crochet hook. Now crochet the second half of the stick (pick up the thread again and pull it through) and, in a final step, pull the thread through all 5 loops on the crochet hook.

Before the head opening becomes too small, now is the best time to stuff it with stuffing.

Round 9: In this round, continue to decrease and reduce the number of stitches as in round 8 again (cut off 2 sticks together) = 8 half sticks

Round 10 - Round 12: Crochet 8 half sticks in each of these 3 rounds.

For body and dress is further crocheted in chopsticks. Therefore, the following applies: Beginning of the round: 3 transitional air stitches, round end: 1 warp stitch

Round 13: The number of stitches is doubled again: Crochet 2 sticks in each stitch of the preliminary round (= 16 sticks).

Round 14: The number of stitches is also doubled: Crochet 2 sticks (= 32 sticks) in each stitch of the preliminary round.

Round 15 - 18: Crochet 32 ​​sticks in these 4 rounds

Round 19: In this series begins the pattern for the dress. Out of 32 single sticks 12 patterns have to be created. This round is therefore crocheted after a slightly irregular count:

Sample set: chopsticks, air mesh, chopsticks in a puncture site (this results in a "V" open at the top) - 2 air meshes as a bridge

Counting pattern round 19:

  • In the space of 1 and 2 of the preliminary round, skip 2 air stitches + 1 stick in the space between the first round, 2 air stitches - 3 sticks
  • 1 sample set (= sticks, air mesh, sticks into a puncture site - 2 air meshes) - skip 3 sticks
  • 1 pattern set - skip 2 sticks
  • 1 pattern set - skip 3 sticks
  • 1 pattern set - skip 3 sticks
  • 1 pattern set - skip 2 sticks
  • 1 pattern set - skip 3 sticks
  • 1 pattern set - skip 3 sticks
  • 1 pattern set - skip 2 sticks
  • 1 pattern set - skip 3 sticks
  • 1 pattern set - skip 2 sticks
  • 1 pattern set - Close the round with a sliver stitch

Crochet 20 - 22: 4 crochet + 1 stick into the first "V" of the preliminary round, 2 crochet - from now on crochet the pattern set (chopsticks, air mesh, chopsticks in the "V" of the preliminary round - 2 air stitches) (total 11 x) and close the round with a slit stitch

Round 21: 3 Air stitches (as replacement for the first stick), 3 sticks around the web stitches of the preliminary round, 2 air stitches, 3 sticks cut together (puncture point is the "V" of the preliminary round), 2 air stitches

  • * 3 chopsticks around the streak stitches of the preliminary round, 1 chopsticks in the "V" of the preliminary round, 3 chopsticks around the steg stitches of the preliminary round, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks together, 2 air stitches *
  • Repeat the pattern set * * a total of 4 times
  • 3 sticks around the steg stitches of the preliminary round, close the round with a chain stitch (= 6 pattern sets / round)

Round 22: 3 meshes (as replacement for the first stick), 2 sticks (puncture marks are the spaces between the sticks in the preliminary round), 2 air stitches, 3 sticks together (puncture point to the right of the 3 chopped sticks of the preliminary round), 2 Air stitches, 3 sticks together cut off (puncture point left of the 3 zusammengemaschten chopsticks of the preliminary round), 2 air mesh

  • * 6 chopsticks in the interstices of the rods from the preliminary round, 2 meshes, 3 sticks together (puncture point to the right of the 3 zusammengemaschten chopsticks of the preliminary round), 2 Luftmaschen, 3 sticks together cut off (puncture site left of the 3 zusammengemaschten chopsticks of the preliminary round ), 2 air meshes *
  • Repeat the pattern set * * a total of 4 times
  • 3 sticks, round with a chain stitch (= 6 pattern sets / round)

Round 23: 2 mesh (as replacement for the first stick), 2 sticks (puncture marks are the spaces between the sticks in the preliminary round), 2 air stitches, 3 sticks together, 2 air stitches, 3 sticks cut together (puncture point for the sticks is the "V" of the mesh bundles from the preliminary round), 2 air meshes

  • * 5 sticks in the interstices of the sticks from the preliminary round, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks cut off together, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks cut together (puncture point for the sticks is the "V" of the mesh bundles from the preliminary round), 2 air stitches *
  • Repeat the pattern set * * a total of 4 times
  • 2 sticks around the steg stitches of the preliminary round, close round with a chain stitch (= 6 pattern sets / round)

Round 24: 3 Stitches (as replacement for the first stick), 1 stick, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks together, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks cut together, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks cut together (puncture point into the "V" of the stacks) the preliminary round), 2 air meshes

  • * 4 chopsticks into the interstices of the chopsticks from the preliminary round, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks cut off together, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks cut together (puncture point for the sticks in the "V" of the mesh bundles from the preliminary round), 2 air stitches *
  • Repeat the pattern set * * a total of 4 times
  • 2 sticks around the steg stitches of the preliminary round, close round with a chain stitch (= 6 pattern sets / round)

Crochet wings

The wings use the same pattern as the dress. Crochet 2 single

Row 1: 26 meshes

Row 2: 3 transitional meshes for the first stick, 25 more sticks

Row 3: 4 meshes + 1 chopsticks in the space between chopsticks 1 and 2 of the previous row - * 2 air stitches - (skip 4 sticks of the previous row) 1 stick, 1 air stitch, 1 stick in the next space *, * * repeat until the end of the row

Row 4 and 5: 4 pieces of air + 1 piece in the "V" of the previous row - * 2 stitches - 1 piece, 1 piece of air, 1 piece in the next "V" *, * * repeat until the end of the row

Row 6: 3 meshes (as replacement for the first piece), 3 pieces around the stitches of the previous row, 2 pieces of mesh, 3 pieces together (puncture point is the "V" of the previous row), 2 stitches

  • * 3 chopsticks around the Stegmaschen of the preliminary round, 1 sticks in the "V" of the previous row, 3 sticks around the web stitches of the previous row, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks together, 2 air stitches *
  • Repeat the pattern set * *
  • 3 sticks around the ridge stitches of the previous row, 1 stick in the "V" of the previous row

Row 7: 3 meshes (as replacement for the first rod), 2 rods (puncture site are the spaces between the rods in the previous row), 2 air stitches, 3 sticks together (puncture site to the right of the 3 chewed rods of the previous row), 2 Air stitches, 3 sticks cut together (puncture point left of the 3 zusammengemaschten chopsticks of the previous row), 2 air stitches

  • * 6 chopsticks into the interstices of the sticks from the previous row, 2 meshes, 3 sticks together (puncture point to the right of the 3 chopped sticks of the previous row), 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks cut together (puncture point left of the 3 chewed together sticks of the previous row ), 2 air meshes *
  • Repeat the pattern set * *
  • 3 sticks

Row 8: 3 Air stitches (to replace the first stick), 1 stick, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks together, 2 stitches, 3 sticks together (puncture point between the two stitches of the previous row), 2 stitches

  • * 5 sticks into the interstices of the sticks from the previous row, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks together, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks cut together (puncture point for the sticks between the two stitch loops of the previous row), 2 air stitches *
  • Repeat the pattern set * *
  • 2 sticks

Row 9: 3 meshes (as replacement for the first piece), 1 piece, 2 pieces of mesh, 3 pieces together, 2 pieces of mesh, 3 pieces together, 2 pieces of mesh, 3 pieces together (puncture point for the rods between the two stitches) Previous row), 2 air meshes

  • * 4 chopsticks into the interstices of the sticks from the previous row, 2 air stitches, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks together, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks cut off together, 2 air stitches, 3 chopsticks cut together (puncture point for the sticks between the two stitch loops of the previous row), 2 air meshes *
  • Repeat the pattern set * *
  • 2 sticks

Sew on the end thread. The initial thread is pulled through the first row of sticks and the wing is sewn to the angel.

Angel wreath / halo

Hit 20 pieces of air and close the chain of stitches in a circle.

Round 1: Crochet 3 transitional meshes and 35 sticks into this circle. Close the round with a chain stitch.

Round 2: Crochet 4 air stitches and one crochet stitch. As a puncture site for the fixed stitches one stitch of the preliminary round is skipped.

Sew the wreath on the back of your head and your angel is finished!

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