Angel Stitch (hr4nmen1hea)

The Angel Stitch, identified by the code hr4nmen1hea, is a unique crochet stitch pattern that creates a textured, lacy fabric suitable for various projects. It features a combination of stitches that form small clusters resembling angel wings, hence its name.

This stitch is popular among crocheters for its elegance and versatility, allowing for the creation of intricate designs in blankets, scarves, shawls, and other items.

Materials Needed

To crochet the Angel Stitch, you’ll need the following materials:

  1. Yarn: Choose a yarn weight suitable for your project. Lighter weights like sport or DK yarns work well for delicate textures, while worsted-weight yarns provide a denser fabric.
  2. Crochet Hook: Select a hook size that complements your yarn choice. Typically, a hook size slightly larger than what is recommended for your yarn weight can enhance the drape of the stitch pattern.
  3. Scissors: Essential for cutting yarn ends.
  4. Tapestry Needle: Used for weaving in ends.


Step 1: Foundation Chain

Start by making a foundation chain with a multiple of stitches required for the pattern repeat. For example, if the pattern states a multiple of 4 plus 1, chain a number that fits this requirement.

Step 2: First Row

  1. Single Crochet (SC): Work 1 SC into the second chain from the hook.
  2. Skip 3 Chains: Double Crochet (DC), chain 1, DC all into the next chain.
  3. Repeat: Skip 3 chains, SC into the next chain. Repeat from * to * across the row.

Step 3: Second Row

  1. Chain 4: Turn your work.
  2. DC Cluster: Work a DC cluster (typically 3 DCs) into the first SC stitch from the previous row.
  3. Chain 3: Skip the next DC cluster, SC into the chain-1 space, chain 3, DC cluster into the skipped DC cluster from the row below. Repeat from * to * across.
  4. Last Section: SC into the last SC stitch from the previous row.

Step 4: Continuing the Pattern

Repeat the second-row pattern until your project reaches the desired length, ensuring to ends on the right side for consistency.

Step 5: Finishing Off

  1. Final Row: Work a final row of SC stitches across to finish the piece, ensuring the edges are even.
  2. Fasten Off: Cut the yarn, leaving a tail for weaving in the ends using a tapestry needle.


The Angel Stitch (hr4nmen1hea) is ideal for a variety of crochet projects:

  • Blankets: This creates a cozy and textured surface.
  • Scarves and Shawls: Adds a delicate and airy feel.
  • Decorative Items: Suitable for creating panels or sections with visual interest.


The Angel Stitch (hr4nmen1hea) offers crocheters a beautiful way to add texture and elegance to their projects, by following detailed instructions and using quality materials.

you can create stunning pieces that showcase the intricacy and charm of this stitch pattern. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crocheter, experimenting with the Angel Stitch can inspire creativity and produce functional and aesthetically pleasing items.