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Icicle Angels

By: Judith Prindle from crochetpatternsonly.blogspot.com
Updated June 26, 2019

This crochet pattern looks like an angel and an icicle too! Use the strings at the top to hang them as decorations in your home or as ornaments on the Christmas tree. These make lovely winter decorations you'll save for years.

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With no facial features, these look like keys to me sorry.

These could make a wonder presentation as a garland. I have a banister in my home and I typically wrap it with some type of decor and lights. These would be a perfect addition to the items that I already have to use as decorations. Thanks for sharing this unique icicle angel pattern.

This is the first pattern that I have come across that combines an icicle and an angel. These are lovely. I see that there are two different sizes and the design calls for thread. I happen to have some left over from a project and I am going to attempt to make a few of these. I want to tie them on gifts with the gift tags.

After finding the written pattern for these Icicles Angels, I have to agree with Hippie Chick below. They look more like dragon flies then angels. I need to work on the wings part of the pattern and see if I can make these look more like angels, but then again I do like dragon flies..I saved this one and will do some and see. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

There is no photo showing on this post of the icicle angels. So I am so glad that the link to the pattern works so that I can see what the pattern is for. To me, these look more like a little dragon fly than an angel. Also, I dont work well with such small yarn and hooks so Ill have to pass on this one.

I thought of a 4 leaf clover, oops 3 leaf clover for St. Pat's day.

@hhuff 0648781: In order to print the pattern, you will need to first click on the link to open the pattern page in a new window. Then highlight the entire pattern, right click, and select copy. Paste the pattern into a Word document and print from there. Hope this helps! -- Editors of AllFreeCrochet.com

I cannot print any of your patterns. can you help me?

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I'm unable to get the complete pattern on any of your patterns. I'm very frustrated and wasted a lot of paper, front and back.

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