Tilda Angel Amigurumi – The Furls Blog Hop

I am so thrilled to be participating in the Furls Blog Hop this year with my friends from Furls Crochet! You can participate in the hop and take a peek at all of the wonderful free patterns that are being offered from tons of fantastic designers! One such pattern is the Tilda Angel! The Tilda Angel is an adorable amigurumi pattern to create a doll ready to snuggle! From the bright halo topping Tilda’s head, down to her beautiful shell-stitched skirt, this crochet project is sure to delight.

Tilda Angel Amigurumi - CoCo Crochet Lee

Isn’t she so sweet? I especially love her wings, I think they turned out so cute!

The Yarn

I used Furls Crochet Wander Yarn for the Tilda Angel Amigurumi and I absolutely love how many colours are available in the Wander Line! I had such a great time choosing the skin tone, the hair, and all of her accessories. This yarn also has a really great sheen to it, making it so smooth and silky along with great stitch definition!

You can find Furls Crochet Wander Yarn here >> https://bit.ly/3nZaNM1

About Tilda

I created the Tilda Angel as part of a gift for one of my community members as part of our weekly Wip Wednesday chats! We get together every Wednesday at 830pm est on the CoCo Crochet Lee Facebook Page for a live video chat where we talk about what we are making, what’s going on in our week and lots of yarny things! We do live unboxings, and giveaways, it’s a lot of fun. One of the best things that we do is at the end of every month we hold a draw for one custom order to be won by the members. This time the winner asked for an angel doll! I couldn’t wait to design something adorable and classic for her, and it turned out to be a big hit! And now you can crochet a Tilda Angel of your very own.

Tap the Instagram Reel to see Tilda come to life!

The Crochet Pattern for the Tilda Angel

Here are the instructions for you to crochet your very own Tilda Angel Amigurumi Doll! I hope you love her! You can also find the pattern as an ad-free PDF on Ravelry Here >> https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tilda-angel where you can also see some of the cute testers projects that have come through for the Tilda Angel!

Yarn

Furls Wander (100% Acrylic, Worsted Weight) (120yds/100g):  1 ball each Sandbar (A), Alabaster (B), Canary (C), Cobblestone (D), Tundra (E), Thatch (F), and a scrap amount Bergamot (G).

Materials

US Size D3 (3.25mm) crochet hook, stuffing, craft wire, black thread. 

Size/Measurements

9” tall before halo. 

Gauge

24 sc x 24 rounds = 4”

Special Stitches

BLO = Back loop only. 

Notes

  1. Doll is working in continuous Rounds. Use a stitch marker to keep track. 

Instructions:

Head
With A, make a magic ring. 

Round 1:  Ch 1, 6 sc in ring–6 sts.  

Round 2:  2sc in each st around–12 sts.

Round 3:  [2sc, sc in next] around–18 sts.

Round 4:  [2sc, sc 2] around–24 sts.

Round 5:  [2sc, sc 3] around–30 sts.

Round 6:  [2sc, sc 4] around–36 sts.

Rounds 7-12: Sc in each st around.

Round 13:  [Sc 4, sc2tog] around–30 sts.

Round 14:  [Sc 3, sc2tog] around–24 sts.

Round 15:  [Sc 2, sc2tog] around–18 sts.

Round 16:  [Sc, sc2tog] around–12 sts.

Stuff Head. 

Round 17: Sc2tog around–6 sts.

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing. Set Head aside and begin Body from legs upwards to neck. 

Leg

Make 2. With A, make a magic ring. 

Round 1:  Ch 1, sc 3 in ring–3 sts.

Round 2:  2sc in 1st st, sc in next 2–4 sts.

Round 3:  2sc in 1st st, sc in next 3–5 sts.

Round 4:  2sc in 1st st, sc in next 4–6 sts.

Round 5:  2sc in 1st st, sc in next 5–7 sts.

Rounds 6-12:  Sc in each st around. 

Round 13:  2sc in 1st st, sc 3, 2sc in next, sc 2–9 sts.

Rounds 14-19:  Sc in each st around. 

Fasten off, tuck in ends. Stuff legs. 

Body

With B, attach to any st on 1st leg. Work 1st round of Body across tops of legs. 

Round 1:  Sc 9 around 1st leg, ch 3, continue by sc 9 around 2nd leg–18 sc.

Round 2:  Sc 3 across ch 3, sc around 1st leg, sc across bottom ch 3,

Sc 9 around 2nd leg- 24 sc 

Round 3:  Sc around. 

Round 4:  [Sc 2, sc2tog] around–18 sc.

Round 5:  Sc around. 

Round 6:  [Sc, sc2tog] around–12 sc. 

Begin stuffing Body. 

Rounds 7-10:  Sc around. 

Round 11:  [2sc, sc] around–18 sc. 

Round 12:  [2sc, sc 2] around–24 sc. 

Rounds 13-15:  Sc around. 

Round 16:  [Sc 2, sc2tog] around–18 sts.

Round 17:  [Sc, sc2tog] around–12 sts.

Stuff Body. 

Round 18: Sc2tog around–6 sts.

Change to A

Rounds 19-20:  Sc around. 

Attach Head to the neck of Body. 

Arms

Make 2. With A, make a magic ring.  

Round 1:  Ch 1, sc 3 in ring–3 sts.

Round 2:  2sc in each st around–6 sts.

Round 3:  2sc in 1st st, sc around–7 sts. 

Change to B

Rounds 4-14:  Sc around. 

Row 15:  Ch 1, turn, sc in next 5 sts. 

Row 16:  Ch 1, turn, sc in next 5 sts. 

Fasten off, stuff arm lightly. Sew arms to sides of Body at shoulders. 

Skirt

With B

Ch 13, join with a sl st to form a ring. 

Round 1:  Ch 1, 18 hdc in center of ring, join–18 hdc. 

Round 2:  Ch 1, working in BLO [2hdc, hdc 2] around, join–24 hdc. 

Round 3:  Ch 1, working in BLO [2hdc, hdc 3] around, join–30 hdc. 

Round 4:  Ch 1, working in BLO [2hdc, hdc 4] around, join–36 hdc. 

Round 5:  Ch 1, working in BLO [2hdc, hdc 5] around, join–42 hdc. 

Round 6:  Ch 1, [sc, skip 2, 5 dc in next, skip 2] around, join–7 sc, 7 shells. 

Round 7:  Ch 1, [(3dc, ch 1, 3dc) in sc, sc in center of next shell] around, join. 

Round 8:  Ch 1, [7 dc in sc, sc in ch-1 space of next shell] around, join. 

Round 9:  Ch 1 [(4dc, ch 1, 4dc) in sc, sc in center of next shell] around, join.

Fasten off, weave in ends. 

Slip skirt over legs and around the waist of Angel. 

Bow

With C, ch 22. 

Row 1:  [Ch 4, dc in 4th ch from hook, 2dc in same st, ch 3, sl st in same st] twice, ch 22. 

Secure Bow to front of Skirt. 

Wings

With D, make 4. 

Row 1:  Ch 9, hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc in next 6 sts, 3 hdc in last, ch 5, turn–10 hdc. 

Row 2:  Sc in each hdc across, turn. 

Row 3:  Ch 1, hdc in each st across to last, 3hdc in last, ch 5, turn–12 hdc. 

Row 4:  Sc in each hdc across, turn. 

Rows 5-10:  Repeat Rows 3-4. 

Continue to Top of Wing.

Top of Wing

Rotate to work across row ends at the straight edge. 

Row 1:  Sc 10 evenly across, turn. 

Row 2:  Sc2tog, sc across to last 2, sc2tog, turn–8 sc. 

Rows 3-5:  Repeat Row 2. 

Fasten off, weave in ends. 

Wing Trim

With E

Place 2 wings on top of each other to sl st them together. 

Round 1:  Sl st around entire wing with RS facing. 

Fasten off, weave in ends. 

Attach wings to back of Body. 

Hair

With F, make a magic ring. 

Working in BLO throughout. 

Round 1:  Ch 1, 6 sc in ring–6 sts.  

Round 2:  2sc in each st around–12 sts.

Round 3:  [2sc, sc in next] around–18 sts.

Round 4:  [2sc, sc 2] around–24 sts.

Round 5:  [2sc, sc 3] around–30 sts.

Round 6:  [2sc, sc 4] around–36 sts.

Rounds 7-12: Sc in each st around.

Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing. 

Cut approximately 342 pieces of hair approximately 8 inches long. 

Loop and secure one strand of hair through each FLO of each sc around. 

Trim and shape the hair as desired. 

Sew hair to the back of the head. 

With G, ch 50 for Headband if desired. 

Halo

Using craft wire, great a circle about the same circumference as the head, and leave a tail coming down from the circle to secure into to the top of the head. Using C, sl st to craft wire, and sc around the entire piece including the tail that will be inserted into the top of the head. Insert the halo and sew to head to secure it in place. 

Finishing

Using black thread add eye details to face. 

I hope you enjoy making your own Tilda Angel! Be sure to tag me on Instagram at @coco.crochet.lee and use the hashtag #cococrochetlee so I can see your wonderful projects!

Happy Crocheting!

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