Since I now have delivered 31 angels for my doctor and sold everything except the angels on that I am selling on my ioffer site at www.sanditipple.ioffer.com. Now, I can give out the directions for my Christmas Angel. You do not need to use the colors I have done. Be creative! Only tip I can give you is the wings should be a different color than the skirt. I give the angel that extra jazz, especial if you use the Pipsqueak yarn as a ruffle.
FYI: I am not a writer or technical writer; just an individual who love to crochet.
I never fully did my own directions please let me know if there is a question or if you do not understand what I mean or anything at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will do my best answering you questions.
Crafty Lady Sandi Christmas Angel
Materials; White or Blue or Green or Red, Red or green Metallic yarn, or Christmas yarn, White Pipsqueak yarn, H hook, Scissors, 3 or 4 inch ring, 2 Stitch markers
DC double crochet, ST stitch, CH. Chain stitch, SL ST Slip stitch
Variations; White wings or Blue wings or Green wings
With H hook and yarn variation of your choose.
Take one ring and start at the 7 o’clock position on the ring.
Row 1: Attach yarn with a SL ST and begin SC around the ring. Attach with a SL ST to first CH
Row 2: 2 SC in next 11 SC, CH 3, and turn.
Row 3: DC in same ST as joining, 2 DC in each DC across, CH 3, turn.
Row 4: DC in same as joining, *DC in next dc, 2 DC in next DC*, Repeat from *, CH 3, turn.
Row 5: Dc in same ST as joining, DC in each DC across, CH 3, turn.
Row 6: Repeat Row 5.
Count 11 DC on each end. Place a stitch marker on each end after you count in 12 DC.
Use the color of your choice to make skirt and an H hook.
FYI: I like to work in tails as you go.
Row 1: SL ST in DC after stitch marker and CH 3, DC in each of the DC up to the stitch marker on the other end, turn.
Row 2: CH 3, DC in space where you did the CH stitch, 2 DC in each DC across, turn.
Row 3: CH 3, DC in each DC across, turn.
Row 4: Repeat Row 3.
You can use the pipsqueak yarn and H hook.
Some I continued with the same as with the skirt. It depends on you. Again I work the tails in as I go.
Row 1: CH 3, DC in each DC across.
Fasten off. Weave in ends.
NOTE: if you do not want the flare of the ruffle with the pipsqueak yarn or it hard for you to work with the yarn. I know it takes time to get used to it. Just continue with color as the skirt or use the white yarn to finish the angel.
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