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Small Angel Boy 'Jack'


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Please note this is the older version of this pattern! Please see the new version which is now available! Patterns for Jack and his sister Jackie have been combined, reformatted, and updated. This pattern includes 2 head versions, one with a ring and one 'solid head'. While the example and instructions use size 5 crochet thread, size 3 thread or sport weight yarn works equally well- just change the size of your plastic ring to 1 inch and adjust your hook size accordingly. My mother loves to decorate her Christmas tree with my handcrafted snowflakes and tiny crocheted angels. I couldn't find exactly the design I was looking for anywhere so I designed a new pattern combining the best aspects of several others I have made over the years. Jack was then subsequently designed as a memorial angel for a precious baby. All of the patterns found on Craftsy are available for instant download only. Once you have purchased a pattern it will be immediately added to your Craftsy account where you will have the ability to download it. If you wish to have a paper copy mailed to you instead, do NOT order through Craftsy, instead, contact the designer directly and make different arrangements. Be aware, there may be an additional charge for printing and postage. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY crochet around a plastic ring crochet in front loop only SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS about 4 inches tall PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Aunt Lydia size 5 crochet thread COLORWAY white/silver

Supplies Needed

  • 3/4 inch plastic ring
  • 4 yards of gold crochet thread
  • 40 yards of size 5 crochet thread in white/silver

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Heritage Heartcraft
Heritage Heartcraft
~Heritage Heartcraft, heirloom quality thread crochet by Cara Louise Reitbauer~ I have been crocheting since about 1974 at age 8 when my mother taught me with regular yarn and larger crochet hooks. A year or so later, she found a bag that had been her mother's which contained some gorgeous doilies her mother had made, along with some skinny crochet thread and some impossibly small steel crochet hooks. I fell in love on the spot, created my very first doily without any pattern by copying one of hers, using her hooks and her thread. I have been designing and crafting small articles such as doilies, coasters, snowflakes and angels ever since! (Although I do confess to using patterns too!) Every time I make something I feel a kinship with the grandmother I was never able to meet, and so her spirit is alive in me- all these years later, and still use her hooks, which are now over 60 years old! I've got sites all over the web! Patterns- Custom Orders- Facebook- Website- Pinterest- Heritage Heartcraft is a proud member of the Mad Mad Makers network: ~Members of the Mad Mad Makers network are dedicated to not only growing their own handcrafted businesses, but also to helping their fellow community members grow theirs. ~Each member is also committed to the true principle of handcrafting- meaning to fashion or make by hand or chiefly by hand processes rather than machine made, being homegrown and homemade. All our members' items are individually handwrought by our shop owners and are not contracted out to any off-site manufacturer. ~For more information about joining our network please see our website at­rmation/ Thank you for stopping in. Love and prayers, Cara Louise