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Crochet EASY Cute Little ANGEL for happiness and pleasure


Hello My Crochet Friends!

Today I would like to share with you a crochet cute little angel tutorial. I chose a really simple pattern made of single crochet so that everyone, even beginners, can crochet this cute angel. 

The advantage of this pattern is that only a small amount of yarn is needed for the angel - just leftover yarn, which you like to crochet toys or decorations with.
Angels don't have to be made of white yarn, feel free to crochet them colored or "rainbow" and you will have a whole family of angels. I crocheted white wings for each of them to match them nicely and also a white edge made of shaggy chenille yarn.


When on the lookout for some last-minute gift for your friends or loved ones, try this cute crochet little Angel pattern.

The Angel is also the perfect project for holiday crocheting. The patterns is simple, easy and quick, and I believe that angels will bring joy not only to you but also to your children or grandchildren.

This Angel can also be a great Christmas decoration for the home.


This pattern is also perfect for beginners - it's really simple, it repeats rows of single crochet and there is no complicated embroidery or sewing, certainly even those who are starting to crochet will make this cute angel.
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This pattern is made for beginners - only a basic skill level is required to make it. If you don't understand any of my instructions, don't worry I am here for you.

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This very CUTE ANGEL is very easy and super quick crochet project, you just need to know how to crochet single crochet stitch and how to increase and how to decrease.

So let me now get started and tell you what you will need in order to crochet this CUTE ANGEL.

Yarn - Choose yarn from the recommended ones or your favorite toy yarn.


I chose leftover yarns that I like to use for toys:

Terezka: 50 g / 155m / 100% cotton



Johanka: 50 g / 160 m / 45 % acrylic + 55 % cotton



Alize Bella or Alize Bella Batic: 100g / 360 m / 100 % cotton




For the bottom edge:

Rachel: 100 g / 100 m / 100 % polyester

Fancy yarn, chenille, soft velvet yarn for winter projects and also great for toy






You choose the colors you like for these parts:

Head and body (crocheted in one piece) - one color or "rainbow" yarn (color A)
Bottom edge - white (color B)
Winds - white, silver, golden (C color)

For this pattern you will need 2.5 mm crochet hook.
Sewing/Embroidery and yarn needle/tapestry needle for sewing pieces together and weaving in ends



Difficulty Level: Level 1 – Easy, for beginners

US crochet terms:

SlSt – slip stitch
CH/s – chain/s
SC - single crochet
sc2tog - 2 single crochet decrease, 2sc together

SK - skip
T - turn
ST/s - stitch(es)
REP – repeat


SC2TOG = 2 single crochets together

Special stitches used:
Single Crochet Decrease (sc2tog)

A crochet decrease makes the current row or round that you are working on shorter than the one previous to it.

1.  Insert hook into the first stitch.
2.  Yarn over and draw through the loop.
3.  Do not complete the stitch as normal.
4.  Instead, insert the hook into the next stitch.
5.  Yarn over and draw through the loop.
6.  There should now be three loops on your hook
7.  Yarn over and draw through all three loops on the hook
8.  You should now have two single crochet stitches side-by-side, joined together into one stitch at the top.

This pattern requires familiarity with stitches used, attaching yarn and sewing parts together with a sewing needle.



1) A ch1 at beg of the row DOESN'T count as a stitch

2) Magic ring = the starting point for crocheting in a spiral. Use which ever method you prefer.

3) Continuous spiral rounds - which means that you will not be joining the last stitch of the round with the first one. Instead you will need to keep track of where each round started and how many stitches you have made because after each round you will continue right on to the stitches of the next round (with no join). It is useful to use a stitch marker or piece of yarn to mark the start or end of each round.

4) ( ) – The number of stitches that should be in a completed round/row are placed in brackets at the end of that round’s/row’s instructions.

5) The ANGEL is crocheted in these parts using single crochet stitches:

HEAD+BODY as a one piece

6) This 

6 cm / 2.3 inch high
6 cm / 2.3 inch wide

The finished size will depend on what yarn you use, as well as your tension and hook (as with any amigurumi).

*Measurements are taken from the garment lying flat, before the yarn has stretched out/dropped. 


7) You can make the CUTE LITTLE ANGEL bigger with a thicker yarn or smaller with a thinner yarn. 

8) There is some sewing: you will sew the wings on the back. This is easy to do, there are no tricks.




Crochet Hook 2.5 mm

Color A

This part is worked in spiral rounds, without joining rounds. Do not join rounds.
Ch1 at the beginning of round don't count as a stitch.
Make a magic ring

R1: ch1, 6sc in magic ring (6sc)

R2: 2sc in each st around (12sc)

R3: *2sc in next st, 1sc in next st* repeat from * to * till end of round  (18 sc)

R4: *2sc in next st, 1sc in next 2 st* repeat from * to * till end of round  (24 sc)

R5: 1sc in each st around (24 sc)

R6: *sc2tog, 1sc in next 2 st* repeat from * to * till end of round  (18 sc)

R7: *sc2tog, 1sc in next st* repeat from * to * till end of round  (12 sc)

Stuff the HEAD well.

R8: *sc2tog* repeat from * to * till end of round  (6 sc)

R9: 1sc in each st around (6 sc)

Stuff more if needed before finishing round 9


R10: *2sc in next st, 1sc in next st* repeat from * to * till end of round  (9 sc)

R11: *2sc in next st, 1sc in next 2 st* repeat from * to * till end of round  (12 sc)

R12: *2sc in next st, 1sc in next 3 st* repeat from * to * till end of round  (15 sc)

R13: *2sc in next st, 1sc in next 4 st* repeat from * to * till end of round  (18 sc)

R14: *2sc in next st, 1sc in next 5 st* repeat from * to * till end of round  (21 sc)

R15: 1sc in each st around (21 sc)

R16: *2sc in next st, 1sc in next 6 st* repeat from * to * till end of round  (24 sc)

R17 - R22: 1sc in each st around (24 sc)

Cut yarn color A and fasten off and wave all ends in.



The exact moment for starting filling and stuffing the toy depends on every single person. I prefer filling the toy with the work almost finished. It’s a bit more difficult to fill, but more comfortable to crochet. You should make proofs until finding the more suitable moment of filling for you.
Stuff head and body firmly and full. Shape as you stuff, make sure to shape the nose too.
Use a stuffing stick or the back end of a pencil to push the stuffing into the right spots.

Cut yarn color A and fasten off and wave all ends in.

Bottom edge – I would recommend you shaggy chenille yarn

Color B

Re-join new yarn

R23: ch1, 1sl st in each st around (24 sl st)

Cut yarn color B and fasten off and wave all ends in.



Color C

Work in rows back and forth, turn your work when you finish row and chain 1

Make a slip knot and a foundation chain: 10 ch

R1: ch1, in each ch (work in 3rd loop / bump) 1sc, turn (10 sc)

R2: ch1, 2sc in first st BLO, 1sc in each st BLO till last st, 2sc in last st BLO, turn (12 sc)

R3 - R5: repeat row R2

Cut yarn color C and fasten off and wave all ends in.



Sew the wings onto the angel's back. 

Cut the yarn and fasten off. 


And voila! You made a CUTE LITTLE ANGEL!

This little CROCHET CUTE ANGEL will be a perfect handmade holiday gift for kids and adults!
Could be a perfect gift for your love ones. 

I hope you’ve enjoyed making this free CROCHET CUTE ANGEL crochet pattern.


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