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Angel Tree Topper

This Angel Tree Topper is perfect for the holiday season! It will look great shining from the top of your tree in all white. Christmas trees can be decorated wildly with a lot of lights and ornaments, but if you want something simple to top it off, this try this pattern. A free crochet pattern like this one is elegant and also makes a great gift. If you need a Christmas or housewarming gift, then you should work up this one out of the many other crochet patterns.

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Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Im not especially impressed with this project. Its extremely fiddly, as you have to work the project in parts, stretch and stiffen them, and then glue the parts together. That seems like a lot of work for a not particularly great looking project. It is good practice for working netting, but I dont think Ill be keeping this pattern in my file.

Love this lacy, airy angel. She would be a perfect addition to any tree top or to sit on a table with other decorations. Glitter on the wings and the halo will set her off beautifully. From the directions I wouldn't exactly say this is an easy pattern but with patience and attention to detail it will turn out perfectly.

If you use the white glue mix, you can also sprinkle glitter on the wings and dress.

I like the pattern but can you help me? what can I use to stiffen the angels? any help out there? if so, thanks a bunch

Fabric stiffener or some type of startch if you have any.. If you don't have anything that's bought from the store, I heard that mixing about a cup of sugar to a half cup of water(boiling water I think) should do the trick.

another thing you can try in unflavored gelatin. Soak it in it then block it the way you want to to come out after it dries. But I usually use liquid starch when I make christmas decorations.

try mixing regular white glue 50/50 with water, soak item in glue mixture, squeeze out excess glue, shape and allow to dry overnight

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