Angels are amazing creatures that portray the good in all stories, whether they are a bringer of good news or the ones keeping you on the right path.
They aren’t just great Christmas decorations, but lovely to look at in your day-to-day life as well.
They can represent you being part of a religion and be a good luck charm while dealing with everyday tasks and hardships.
By crocheting an angel and placing them around your home, you set good intentions and keep a positive environment in your home.
Whether you want simple, elegant crochet pieces or adorable amigurumi decorations, you’ll find something you’ll want to crochet on this list.
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1. Divine Angel
This angel pattern is perfect if you feel like your room is looking a little empty.
It is a beautiful decoration to set on a shelf or a nightstand.
It will bring peace to the bedroom and help you fall asleep.
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- My Foolproof Guide to Crocheting Amigurumi for Beginners
- What’s the best stuffing for amigurumi? (+ how to stuff!)
- How to Sew Amigurumi Parts Together (easy photo tutorial!)
2. Serene Angel
I love how adorable this crochet angel is.
Both the dress and the eyes make it look like the cutest decoration ever.
The halo is a beautiful addition.
3. Amigurumi Angel
This is the cutest plushie you could gift to a child.
It is great because it doesn’t have to be used as an angel, it can be a fairy too, anything they want her to be.
4. Angel Plushie
This is an adorable plushie inspired by classic paintings.
If you’ve been looking for a pattern that fits every day of the year, not just Christmas, this is the perfect one for you.
It is a great doll to practice making crochet clothing with.
5. Lovely Angel
This is a delightful angel pattern and I love the dress design used for it.
The wings are very beautiful and I can’t wait to make one myself.
6. Angel Christmas Ornament
What ornament could be better than a set of hanging angel decorations? They are beautiful one on one or as a garland as well.
I really like the idea of crocheting each angel’s dress with a different color.
7. Littlest Crochet Angel
Miniature crochet decorations are so adorable. I love how gentle and dainty this baby blue yarn makes this crochet angel piece. The golden halo is the cutest accessory.
More home decor crochet projects:
- Bear Basket Free Crochet Pattern
- Heart Pillow Free Crochet Pattern
- Desk Succulent Free Crochet Pattern
- Ribbed Crochet Pumpkin Free Crochet Pattern
- Bear Throw Cushion Free Crochet Pattern
8. Cute Angel
I think the shape of this amigurumi is amazing. It is the perfect ornament for Christmas dinner this holiday season. It is an elegant and simple piece, it will match any color scheme.
9. Evangeline Christmas Angel
The idea of a praying angel is really cool. This crochet dress is so intricate and beautiful, it is a must-try. I love how easy it is to make because you can crochet many of them.
10. Eden Angel
I love the textured edge of this angel’s dress. The little wings have a wonderful shape too.
11. Arella Angel
If you’d like to have some variation in the patterns you crochet this year, this is a great one to make next. I love the bobbles on the dress and the wings have a unique shape I like as well.
More free crochet doll patterns:
- Carmen the Mini Doll (a flamboyant dancer!)
- Kitsune the Fox Doll
- Jacqueline the Cellist Mini Doll
- The Little Prince
- The Sugar Plum Fairy (one of my favorites!)
- Juliet the Mini Doll
12. Chastity Angel
If you liked the previous angel but want a simpler look, this is a great alternative to try! You could make the arms longer to place them in a praying position.
13. Love Angel
Love and angels go hand in hand together, don’t they? The love angel has one of the most beautiful dress patterns I’ve seen so far. Give it a try and you’ll have a lot of fun.
14. Grace Angel
I love the edge of the dress on this piece so much! It is as if the angel is coming through a cloud, adding a hint of dreaminess.I will definitely make one to place in the center of the dinner table this year.
15. Light Up Angel
I love the idea of placing the crochet angels on each lightbulb of a string of fairy lights. It is a beautiful ornament you can show off even late into the night. I can imagine this decoration lighting up the room during a Christmas movie night.
16. Praying Angel
The positioning of this praying angel is so amazing. I love how the dress looks like knitting. It is always fun to crochet something that looks like you used a different technique.
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17. Lace Angel Ornament
Lace is a huge part of crochet, so why not try to make a lace pattern angel? It is a beautiful ornament for this holiday season. It is an amazing gift and you can make a few for a Christmas fair as well.
18. Heart Angel
Are you participating in a Christmas fair this year? How about decorating your stall with a few easy, crochet angels? Whether you’re selling crochet pieces or not, this will make your stall stand out.
19. Elegant Angel Topper
This is an amazing lace pattern you need to try right now. I can see this angel as a standing decoration but you could also hang it up in front of a window or above your bed.
20. Granny Square Angel
Granny squares are amazing because you can make anything out of them, including angels. Try this quick and easy project and decorate your tree with them. They are great scrap yarn projects too.
21. Granny Square Ornament
This is a different take on the granny square angel ornament. Pick your favorite and have fun crocheting!
22. Angel With Halo
I love this pattern because of the different wing style it uses. It is a great pattern to follow even if you don’t want to crochet an angel. Leave the halo out, use a few different colors and you just crocheted a human figurine.
23. Crochet Angel Ornament
This is an awesome beginner-friendly project. You could make this together with your kids or give it as an assignment for art class this holiday season.
24. Christmas Bookmark
If you love to read, this is a great project to crochet for yourself. It is great to use on Christmas but also at church.
25. Suzie’s Angel Bookmark
This is another wonderful design for your Christmas bookmark collection. You could make this angel crochet piece without the tail and use it as a coaster.