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Angel Doll Crochet Pattern

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Crochet this free angel doll pattern. It makes for a great gift for a first communion or baptism. It's the age of innocence.

Crochet Angel Doll

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Crochet Hook: F/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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I've copied and pasted this pattern into a Word document and also enlarged the font to make it easier to see. I'd be happy to email a copy to anyone who would like it. Just include your email addy in your reply. I hope this helps those who had problems printing this cute pattern.

could you please email me this pattern.I would love to make herbr Debi

thanks for the pattern, I love her.

I've only been crocheting for a little bit, but I really want to make this angel. I was doing great till round 5 and got stuck on Working in rnds, shell each of next 3 shells; for armhole, ch 4, skip next 2dbl shells; shell in each of next 8 shells; for armhole, ch 4, skip next 2 dbl shell. Can someone give me guidance?

You can get the doll at Sunshine Discount Crafts; www.sunshinecrafts.com for less than $5. They have several cloth dolls in different sizes and colors.

Did anyone ever find a doll to use for this project?

Where can I get a doll for the Angel Doll Crochet Pattern is there a pattern to make the doll also?

Where do I buy the cloth doll for this Pattern?

We have re-linked this pattern, therefore it goes to our sister site FaveCrafts.com. You should be able to print the full pattern there by pressing the print button. If you are still having issues you can highlight the text and copy it into a document and print it that way. Thanks!

At the age of 70 and with alot of arthritis in your back, shoulders and arms, you don't always feel like sitting at your computer to read and crochet. I do not have a lap top so it can't be moved around with me to a sofa or bed or confortable chair. It is an old desk top model. Why say this is a free pattern if you can't print it? No need to feel anyone to going to steal it to make and then sell as no one is going to set in front of the computer to work this pattern or any other pattern. So why advertise it as a " free " pattern? We greatly appreciate the patterns that are placed on the net but please, don't say something is free if there is that type of strings attached. Thank you for your time, attention and consideration of this problem to your viewers. As this will also be called to friends attention. Sincerely and again, thank you Mrs. Charlotte Gullo

The right click for copying & pasting directions has been disabled at that web site. Some free pattern eh? Maybe someone should tell the owner of that site that some of us have old eyes who do not want to sit staring a computer screen?

This is a simple way to copy...hightlight just want you want to copy including the picture...then click on file and then click on SELECTION....this will only print what you highlighted and not the whole page....

I too am disappointed that I cannot run off a copy or copy and paste to another document. I can't sit at the computer and work on this craft. Can you at least put a "print" option on the pattern page? thanks, Jean

I too am sadly dissapointed that I could not copy and increase the size of the print. I have palsy (hands tremble badly. and unable to write legibly) and poor eyesight. Because of that I am not able to make this adorable angel doll pattern. Very sad.

All I did to print it was went to File then Print.... or at the top of your screen you should have a little printer picture & if you click that it will let you print it also....

Member frandy 6910128 and member 17863 have the right idea. I was able to copy the picture of the angel from the main page and put it into my word document then I went to the pattern page and copied and pasted that into the same document. Isn't she cute?

Neither the hints or anything that I've tried will allow me to make a legible copy of the pattern. When I try, the picture is super-imposed on the text, and the computer will not delete it. I've spent an hour on this and am giving up. Since I cannot sit in front of my husband's laptop to crochet, this pattern is unavailable to me.

To save, do CTRL+C to copy the whole page. Open WORD. CTRL+V in WORD. Delete the pictures and sidebar.

I also could not copy this pattern, because of the message "sorry you do not have permission to right click". I printed the pattern (3 pages) and then set-up a document file and re-typed the instructions, but that is a lot more work. I also had never had trouble copying any other free pattern before.

You could copy the text, then paste it into a Word document, then enlarge the font. You won't have the picture, but you could make the text as big as you need. I've done it several times when the pattern is too small. Good luck.

The Angel Doll Crochet Pattern is cute I'd like to copy it to another file so that I can enlarge the print and then print the pattern -- I need to have a paper copy so that I can make notes on it and, especially so that I can take it along with me. I don't just crochet at home! When I went to the MomsLoveofCrochet site, I wasn't able to copy the information -- I received a "sorry, you do not have permission to right click" notice. And, I'm not much for coping patterns by hand. I'm a bit disappointed. I've never been unable to copy a pattern from you site, or through your site, before this.

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