Angels Free Tatting Patterns
There are many lovely patterns for tatted angels here. They can be used for cards, appliqueing on clothing and all sorts of decorations and gifts. Angel collectors will love these!
3-D Tatted Angels - Carolyn Craig
3-D Tatted Angel & 3-D Fairies by Carolyn Craig 2016; 3-dimensional pieces with tatted wings and dresses and additional crafting, including some painting or tinting of colors.
Angel hairpin and tatting by Martha Ess [offsite link]
Martha Ess has created a perfect angel for including in greeting cards. The angel´s skirt combines tatting with hairpin lace for a unique presentation.
Angel by Carolyn Groves [offsite link]
As and exercise in using an existing pattern as the basis for new designs, Carolyn Groves developed thia angel.
Angel by Pat Rizzo [offsite link]
This delightful pattern by Patricia Rizzo contains quite a lot of two shuttle work but is well worth making up.
Angel Cupid - Mark Myers [offsite link]
Cupid angel great for stationery decoration.
Angel Earrings Nina Libin [offsite link]
Nina Libin´s Angel Earrings are a practical lesson in beaded tatting Beanile style. And it helps the new tatter determine the direction and order of the work.
Angel for Paper Clip by Ellen Lai [offsite link]
Just one of the charming paperclip decorations by Ellen Lai. See all of them at:
Angel Multitab Bookmark [offsite link]
Wally Sosa´s angel is an interesting combination of crochet and tatting, with the idea of lengths of split rings so you can mark different sections of your book.
Angel Recumbent by Donata Jones [offsite link]
Donata Jones´ Angel Recumbent is so called because it is flat. It´s a lovely pattern which I think you will enjoy.
Angel with Paisley-shaped wings [offsite link]
Sheila Heneise´s Angel with Paisley-shaped Wings was her first pattern published online. A tatter of 30 years experience from Chile, Sheila is still discovering new techniques that sure weren´t in her old Workbasket magazines!
Angel with Tassel [offsite link]
A simple angel made from tatted wings and a body from a tassel.
Angelica Angel - Jane Eborall [offsite link]
Jane´s angel features a halo created from a long long beaded picot.
Bina Madden uses HMSR for an Angel [offsite link]
Bina Madden´s angel uses the half moon split ring.
Carolyn Groves Exercise in Angel tatting [offsite link]
Carolyn Groves takes the tatter through 4 designs as she uses an vintage motif to tat and angel.
Cluny Angel by Carol Amich [offsite link]
Carol Amich combined regular rings, heart-shaped dimpled rings and hanging cluny leaves to create this flying angel.
Cluny Angel by Carol Amich [offsite link]
A perfect angel to perfect your perfect cluny leaves.
Crista´s Crystal Angel [offsite link]
Angel with beads by Christa Burr.
Forgotten Angel - Mary Maynard
A tatted angel by Mary Maynard using floating rings and node stitch.
Joyce’s Angel - Martha Ess [offsite link]
Martha´s angel had a golden halo and a full skirt to match her wings. So cute!
Leen´s Tatted Angel [offsite link]
This beautiful little angel is really easy - just rings and chains - and so pretty, I´m sure you will make these for your Christmas tree and cards!
Marjorie’s Angel - Martha Ess [offsite link]
Marjorie´s angel by the talented and creative Martha Ess has a bright halo and a ruffledy skirt.
Martina Angel [offsite link]
This pattern by Riet is reminiscent of some tatted crinoline lady patterns but she has given it her own touch.
Rita Angel [offsite link]
Riet´s beautiful angel is another lovely one which will be very suitable for Advent and Christmas purposes.
Robed Angel [offsite link]
Here is another tiny angel that would be suitable for a card or gift tag.
Sally’s Angel - Jane Eborall [offsite link]
Jane´s angel has a skirt of beaded long picots!
Saundra Hameed´s Angel in HP and Tatting [offsite link]
Combining a few rings and chains with hairpin lace creates an lovely little angel. By Saundra Hameed.
Sheila Heneise´s Angel with Paisley Wings [offsite link]
Sheila Heneise in Chile writes that she had been tatting for about thirty years, but her tatting world until recently was been limited to old Workbaskets and the classic books of Anne Orr and Rita Weiss. When she finally discovered tatting online, she was rather dismayed to find out how behind she was. She could not do a split ring, nor had Sheila heard of Celtic design. She says she has a lot of catching up to do. This is her first published pattern.
Split Ring Angel 3 [offsite link]
One more split ring angel from Heather Johnston.
Star Beaded Simple Angel [offsite link]
This design is based on Birgit Phelps´s Simple Angel with beads added to it to enhance the pattern.
Super Simple Angel [offsite link]
Here is a lovely little simple angel by Sharren Morgan.
Tassel Angel [offsite link]
Simple angel pattern with tatted wings and a tassel for a body.
Tiny Angel by Birget Phelps [offsite link]
Tiny angel by Birget Phelps
Vidalia, the Sweet Onion Ring Angel [offsite link]
During an exercise on the use of the onion ring join in tatting, Hope Green developed this lovely angel.
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