I have always been a crafter. I learned to crochet at 11 and never looked back. Over the last 40+ years I have taught myself to knit, do bead work, plastic canvas, paint..you name it, I have probably ...
I have always been a crafter. I learned to crochet at 11 and never looked back. Over the last 40+ years I have taught myself to knit, do bead work, plastic canvas, paint..you name it, I have probably tried it. At the height of the bead craze I owned my own bead shop and taught beading lessons. There is just so much satisfaction in creating something by hand and the joy you get when you see how thrilled people are to receive your handmade gifts.View all patterns by designer (31) »
Do you have a special little angel in your life?
This cute filet crochet angel girl is very versatile. It can be used as a wall hanging, a square in a blanket, a pillow and many other things. You are only limited by your imagination!
This chart measures 146 blocks wide by 134 blocks high.
Gauge depends on the hook and yarn you use, how tightly you work, and on which mesh you choose: 3dc or 4 dc. A 10x10 test swatch in both 3 dc and 4 dc is a good place to start to find out what your
personal gauge would be.
This pattern was based on using the following materials: #10 crochet cotton (approx. 2230 yards) and a size 7 steel hook (US sizing). With these materials the finished size could be 22 in wide by 27 inches high.