Introduction: Yarn Angel Doll

This is a different version of the yarn doll that has been around for years. I started making the yarn doll when a friend of mine asked if I could make about 30 of them for her sister, who's a school teacher. She wanted to give the ladies who helped her an end of the year gift. Hers were a bit different, though. They were more like a baby doll type. Over the years, I just kept playing with the doll until I came up with an angel.

For the doll's body I used off white worsted weight yarn. For her dress, I used worsted weight white yarn. I used ribbon around her wings and waist, and I used ribbon roses to match in her hair and on the bow at her waist. I like the way she turned out and wouldn't change anything about her. I hope everyone else likes her too.

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npmarshall10 (author)2011-05-03

It is beautiful. Where can we get a pattern and instructions

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kids.are.a.blessing (author)2011-03-07

 She's BEAUTIFUL!! I would like to buy a couple of your angels. Do you sell anywhere.... ebay? e-bid? etsy? Or do you sell privately? Thanks. Looking forward to hearing from you. Or where can I find the pattern? Ginny

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crochetmom101 (author)2010-11-14

This is beautiful! Do you have a pattern to share?

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CraftyGal1965 (author)2009-05-16

Beautiful. A question which yarn doll pattern? Cora

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stinkymum (author)2008-01-23

a really lovely angel.

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Zontee at Lion Brand (author)2008-01-21

Very cute!

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sherry53 (author)2008-01-18

She's gorgeous!!

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tomah (author)2008-01-09

Beautiful angel! I think the lavendar one is my favorite!

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GorillazMiko (author)2008-01-07

Neat! Looks great, but I wouldn't want one because I'm a boy, but I am sure that girls would love these! (Some girls. Hopefully.)

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craftingmom (author)2008-01-07

She does very good work, I have seen her items on HGTV and know she makes her own patterns.

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