Icicle Angel Crochet Pattern

Icicle Angel Crochet Pattern

These crochet little angels are so simple but have such symbolic meaning. Hang them on your tree or make a garland.

What you need

00 steel crochet hook
bedspread weight cotton thread
2 beads (optional)


If you are using a bead to decorate the end of theicicle put it on your thread now.

Head (worked in rounds without joining) chain 2 6 single crochet in the second chain from hook. 2 single crochet in each stitch around. (12 single crochet) crochet 2 rounds even. single crochet 2 together around until 4 stitches remain.

slip stitch next single crochet, skip 1 single crochet, slip stitch the next stitch together with the first slip stitch.

Body chain 20 (or 30, whichever length you like).

Pull up the bead if you are using one, slip stitch around the bead, now work 4 single crochet in each chain, to last 2 chains. Slip stitch in next chain

Wings Get the directions for working a double triple (or treble) crochet (if needed).

*chain 5, work 5 double triple crochet in the 1st chain of the chain 5, slip stitch in the same chain as the beginning of the chain 5, repeat from * end off leaving the thread long enough to feed through the angels head and be able to create the hanging loop.

If you want to have a bead in the middle between the wings thread it on now, and secure it there.

After that is done pull the end of the thread up through the angels head.Create the loop, secure. I just wound the thread around another stitch. It didn’t need a knot. Feed this end back through the head of the angel, cut it off so it does not show.

This project was created by Judith. Check out her blogs for more free patterns. KnittingPatternDepot Dishclothcorner And Crochet Patterns only.
Copyright to Judith Prindle


  1. i dunno, it looks o.k but seriously who would want to make it? if i were going 2 put my precious spare time into making something, i would make something a little more meaningfull like the teddy bear blanket, now thats cute!

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