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Prosperity Angels

For those of you who may have missed my post back in July about the release of my very first crochet pattern here are a couple of photos of them.


And here’s a brief explanation of the symbolism that is worked into the skirt and wings of the Angel:

“From ancient times to the present, wheat has been a symbol of abundance and prosperity.

A sheaf of wheat consisting of three heads of wheat makes up the skirt of the Angel. And each of the Angel’s wings is a single head of wheat.

Traditionally Angels are dressed all in white and as you can see they work up beautifully using #10 white crochet cotton. Gold is another symbol of abundance and prosperity that can be traced back to antiquity. When the Angel is worked in gold metallic crochet cotton, the symbolism of both the wheat and gold combine to make a gorgeous Angel that sparkles when touched by sunlight.”

If you or someone you know likes to crochet… these would make great Christmas gifts for family and friends.  After all, it is now exactly two months until Christmas.

They would also be great items to sell at craft fairs or through your Etsy shop. Included in the pattern is a brief explanation of the symbolism of the Angels that could be printed out and attached to the angels when gifting or selling.

The pattern can be purchased through my shop or if you are a member of Ravelry through

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  • Edna
    November 17, 2012 7:52 pm

    Is pattern for Prosperity Angel available as PDF?

    • admin
      November 17, 2012 10:43 pm

      Hello Edna,

      I’ve sent you a reply through e-mail but thought I’d also reply here, as well. Thanks so much for your interest in my Prosperity Angel pattern. Yes, the pattern would come as a pdf and can be purchased by going to or it is also available through


  • Sue
    October 25, 2012 11:10 pm

    I LOVE your angel…there are so many lovely crocheted patterns out there. There are days I think I really should learn….but tooooo many other hobbies…I can’t possibly take on a new one

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