The Weeping Angels of Doctor Who are one of the most memorable villains of the popular BBC television series. This cute weeping angel is made in 7 pieces: 2 legs, 2 arms, 2 wings, and hair. This doll is made as a spiraldo not join rounds. A stitch marker placed at either the beginning or the end of the round can help keep track of round in the spiral. Stitch counts are given in brackets () at the end of most rows. Instructions for each stitch is given at the end of the pattern.
Stuff as you go (polyester filling, cotton, yarn scraps, etc.). Finish the piece by sewing together the parts and embroidering the eyes using a darning needle. A 1.5 inch diameter or smaller rattle insert can be added to head.
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This pattern is written in clear North American terms.
Stitches Used: chain (ch), bobble stitch (bo), double crochet (dc), half double crochet (hdc), single crochet (sc), single crochet decrease (sc2tog), slip stitch (slst)
Instructions given for all stitches
The pattern is sized to fit a 1.5" diameter rattle insert in the body. There are some available for sale in The Silver Hook Etsy shop (thesilverhook.etsy.com)
Yarn required: 0.5oz of main and contrast colors of acrylic worsted weight yarn
3.00mm and 3.500mm hooks used to make this toy
Approximate Measurements: 6 inches tall
The toy pictured was made with worsted weight (size 4) acrylic yarn from Red Heart, however you can use any size yarn (will affect final size) or any type yarn.
1 ounces of Worsted weight
I have been crocheting since my babysitter sat her down one afternoon when I was 7 years old. More than 22 years later, I still loves to pick up a hook and yarn. all items made are her own original ...
I have been crocheting since my babysitter sat her down one afternoon when I was 7 years old. More than 22 years later, I still loves to pick up a hook and yarn. all items made are her own original patterns.
I have two degrees (B.Sc. and M.Sc) in Biology. My university career taught me to be observant (the critical eye) and I use everyday observations, math, and my imagination when creating new designs.
Check out my website (http://TheSilverHook.ca)