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Crochet Little Christmas Angels Amigurumi


Who else can’t wait for Christmas Holidays? I love to make homemade things and creating beautiful gifts for my family and my lovely friends.



I thought I would come with some quick and easy Holiday Crochet Pattern for you! This year I started with these cute little Christmas Angels Amigurumi.

These Angels ornaments will put your home in the spirit of the Holiday season and they could make a nice garland decoration!

They are perfect and I think you'll be happy with the result. I think crocheting and Christmas ornaments and decorations go hand in hand. What do you think? 

This crochet little Angel pattern needs an hour of your time and it can be a cute home decor item for any part of the house, let it be your drawing room or even your lounge. 


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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 CROCHET LITTLE CHRISTMAS ANGELS Amigurumi is an adorable cute Amigurumi Toy, easy and quick to crochet, great project for beginners. 



Amigurumi Cotton Yarn, the color you like for:

Head, Body, Wings, Dress - white or light beige (color A)

Border - silver, gold or red or any color you like (color B)




The pattern was made with:

Johanka yarn: 55% cotton + 45% acrylic, 50 g / 160 m 
Terezka yarn: 100 % bavlna, 50g / 155 m

LAME, Lang Yarns: 75% Viscose, 25% Polyester, 25 GRAMM, 224 Silver Glitter Yarn


2.5 mm, 3.0 and 3.5 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

DS - double crochet

TR - treble

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, changing yarn colors, 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 rounds - HEAD, BODY, DRESS parts are worked up in continuous 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) Working in rows - BORDERS parts are worked in rows. 

5) ( ) – 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.


6) This CROCHET LITTLE CHRISTMAS ANGELS Amigurumies measure:

Little one: 7 cm / 2.7 inch // 5 cm / 2 inch
Medium one: 8 cm / 3.2 inch // 5.5 cm / 2.2 inch
Larger one: 9 cm / 3.6 inch // 6 cm / 2.4 inch


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

7) You can make the CROCHET LITTLE CHRISTMAS ANGEL Amigurumi bigger with a thicker yarn or a larger hook size.






Colour A

Ch1 at the beginning of round don't count as a stitch.

This part is worked in spiral rounds, without joining rounds. Do not join rounds

Make a magic ring

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

R2: *2sc in each sc from R1 around* rep from * to * till end of round (12 sc)

R3-R5: R6: 1 sc in each st around (12 sc)

Stuff the HEAD well.




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.



R6: *sc2tog* rep from * to * till end of round (6 sc)

Stuff more if needed.

1 sc in each st around (6 sc)

R8: *2sc in each sc around* rep from * to * till end of round (12 sc)

R9: *1sc in next st, 2sc in next st * rep from * to * till end of round (18 sc)

R10: *1sc in next 2st, 2sc in next st * rep from * to * till end of round (24 sc)

R11: *1sc in next 3st, 2sc in next st * rep from * to * till end of round (30 sc)
R12: *1sc in next 4st, 2sc in next st * rep from * to * till end of round (36 sc)
R13: skip 13 st, 1sc in next 5 st BLO, skip 13 st, 1sc in next 5 st BLO (10 sc)
R14: *2sc in each sc around* rep from * to * till end of round (20 sc)
R15: *1sc in next 3st, 2sc in next st * rep from * to * till end of round (25 sc)
R16 - R19: 1 sc in each st around (25 sc)
R20: *1sc in next 4st, 2sc in next st * rep from * to * till end of round (30 sc)
R21: *1sc in next st, ch2, sk 2st* rep from * to * till end of round (10 ch2sp)
color A + color B
work in rows, close the row with slip stitch
attached color B, work with 2 strands together
R22: ch1, *3sc in ch2sp* rep from * to * till end of round, join the row with a slip stitch in 1st ch from beg (30 sc)
Cut yarn color A and fasten off.
color B
R23: picot = ch3 + 1dc in 1st ch

R23: ch1, *1sc in next st, picot (ch3+1dc in 1st st), sk 1sc, 1sc in next st* rep from * to * till end of round, join the round with a slip stitch in 1st ch from beg  (10 picots)

Fasten off, hide all loose tails in the back of your work and you are all done my friends.


Little one: 7 cm / 2.7 inch // 5 cm / 2 inch
Medium one: 8 cm / 3.2 inch // 5.5 cm / 2.2 inch
Larger one: 9 cm / 3.6 inch // 6 cm / 2.4 inch


And voila! You made a LITTLE CHRISTMAS ANGEL.

This LITTLE CHRISTMAS ANGEL will a perfect CHRISTMAS TIME! It will surely bring smile to all your recipient’s faces.


I hope you’ve enjoyed making this free LITTLE CHRISTMAS ANGEL crochet pattern.

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