Angel Bells


Angel Bells


Angel Bells
Angel Bells

These Angel Bells crochet angels are perfect to decorate your Christmas tree as homemade ornaments. Lace crochet is so beautiful and delicate in its own right, but working it up into little angel ornaments is genius! Make an angel for each member of your family out of their favorite color. Soon, everyone will want one of these angel crochet patterns for themselves. Their colorful crochet dresses will win over all your Christmas guests.


Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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Epic disappointment. Don't want crochet world magazine, only want the pattern!

I am looking for the pattern. Every time I click on the button for the free pattern, it goes to Crochet World magazine site. It says nothing about the angel bells.

These are so dainty and delicate, and I probably cant work them due to my own dexterity issues. I may try them in some light fingering or baby yarn and use my regular E hook. Ive seen larger pearl beads, but if that wont work, Ill try some miniature metallic glass ornaments. I hate to give up entirely on a project without trying an adaptation.

I made these last year and they were a big hit and people are requesting them again this year. They are using them on tree, on packages, wearing them, whatever they can think of. I have an idea for a new design. I want to take a metal or wood circle and hang a bunch of these from it at different lengths. I think it would look cute and when the air current hits them I will have chimes.

like the bells but I would like to know where to get the bells for the Angel Bells

Oh how lovely it this Angel Bells pattern.. I so want to make these in different colors to give out as my yearly Christmas tree ornament gift. Thankfully my local craft store sells the bells like the picture isalecalvez below shows.. Thank you for that picture, it helps a lot. Looking forward to making these. Thank you for this beautiful free crochet pattern.

Thank you so much for this great tutorial. I enclosed a picture to show what type of bell I used.

Awesome - thanks so much! That is super helpful for our readers :) -editors of AllFreeCrochet

As others have stated, a picture of the actual type of bell would give some indication of the style of bell needed to complete these cute Angels. Without this it is a waste of time starting this project. Had there been a photograph I would have rated this with 4-5 stars.

I also would like to know what type of bell is used for this pattern as there isn't a picture of the bell - and where i can buy them but it seems no-one bothers to answer - so what's the point of being invited to comment??????

Where can I purchase the white bell with a hole in the handle?

Where can I purchase the white bells w/the holes in the handles?

I am making these angels to sell at a relay for life event using the different colors for cancer.they are cute and can be sold at a low price so I'm hoping they sell well!

the are adorable G

Hi sasa0923 9488303, I did a Google search and found that these beads can be bought on Amazon. I would also suggest heading to your local craft store and talking to an associate. Thanks!

My angels are coming out lovely, but I'm having trouble finding the pearl beads. Any suggestions?

I enjoyed making these. I made them for my BUNCO friends and they LOVED them. I used jingle bells instead of bells and I used oval pearl beads. I glued everything together except the beads then added them after it was all dry. It was better able to hold the bead in place when there was a bow in the front and wings in the back to support it's weight.

For anyone who has specific questions regarding the pattern, we recommend contacting the pattern designer directly (as specified in the byline). Thanks! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

This is Lovely and left me with questions.. A better picture of the bell and handle that we are to bend and glue would be nice. Finishing directions refers to "as shown in Photo" and I am still not sure what the bell being used looks like. Where do you get "38mm white metal bell with hole in handle " ? I have even tried to google and there are so many types of bells is it a minature table bell like was once used to call the maid? of the little jingle bells used in so many crafts? if so how do you bend that? Thank you for sharing . . If you are unable to answer... I just may have to try something myself or do something else so many nice patterns so little time. But these are extra cute. Thank you for sharing/

I hope somebody can help me. Am looking for a crochet pattern to make a snowboarding maskbinnie. My grand daughter asked me to make one for her when she goes to the mountain. I thank you in advance... and whoever it is that will send one, bless your heart! Happy Thanksgiving to all...

Where can I find the 18 mm pearl beads for the head??

These angels are adorable! Thanks so much!

which angel is number 1, 2, 3? Thanks Say97


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