I have a wonderfully versatile holiday pattern for you! It’s super fun, quick to make and has a lot of creative flexibility. You can choose to decorate your tree or keep it simple with a minimalist appearance. Crochet it in traditional colours or in more modern colours…both options look fab!
This is the perfect stash buster project because you can use any yarn with a complimenting hook size. I’ve written this pattern using worsted weight yarn but you can definitely get creative and experiment with different weights and brands. I’ve also shared ideas on ways to decorate your tree, the pattern for the teeny tiny star and ways you could use your tree applique.
This year especially, it’s nice to spread some extra cheer to others. Sharing positive thoughts and a little “I’m thinking of you” token would be a special and meaningful way to connect with those you might not be able to normally visit with. How lovely it would be for a special friend, neighbour or community member to find a sweet little handmade gift on their doorstep or in their mailbox.
It’s just about mid December and festive crochet projects are well under way. My house has exploded with the bright, traditional colors of Christmas and I love it so much.
December is a busy month for a lot of people so I designed this crochet pattern to be quick and easy for when you need a few minutes of yarn time. It makes a great gift idea (and easy to package up to send in the mail) or to simply hang on your tree. Continue on below to find out all the details to make the Festive Holiday Bauble:
One of my favourite Christmas traditions is hanging up the stockings. We didn’t have a fireplace growing up so we hung them up on the banister. Every Christmas morning we would find them sitting on the sofa, taken down and filled with treats from Santa. It was always so magical and exciting. Christmas stockings can be extra personal, made to reflect the person they belong to. Classic, modern, simple, bold with texture…there are so many options to make them unique.
I’ve compiled a collection of 15 free Christmas stocking patterns to crochet. Will you be making one (or more perhaps?) Check them out below:
Granny squares are a classic pattern that can hold a lot of memories and nostalgia for people, especially when combined with Christmas decor. My own granny square Christmas stocking was made by my Nana when I was a baby and I still use it. They can add a beautiful vintage vibe to your celebrations and make great gifts for family and friends. Today I’m sharing a tutorial on how to make your own granny square Christmas stocking. Let’s jump right in…
The holidays are in full swing and officially here. To help you with your gift giving ideas, I’ve compiled 10 free crochet patterns to inspire you in your holiday creations. Perhaps you’re looking for a present to give a teacher, neighbour or co-worker. Or maybe a special friend or family member who would love and appreciate a handmade item. There are lots of creative and fun ideas to share so let’s begin:
I am so thrilled that the Vintage Noel Ornament pattern has been so well received. I’ve been contacted by a few people who have made them and I am so flattered by the positive feedback and kind words. I really wanted to show some appreciation for the time and talent that others have put into creating their own versions. So please take a moment to check out these beautiful photos of other makers finished creations of the Vintage Noel Ornament.
Here we are at December 1st. For many people, it marks the beginning of the holiday season. That magical feeling starts to fill the air and if you celebrate Christmas or have people in your life that do, the decorating often starts around this time. I know it’s busy so to help you out, I’ve put together a Christmas Décor Round Up to offer some creative ideas to help you deck the halls in your home. All these patterns and photos have been shared with permission and take one skein or one hour to make.
This crochet Christmas tree ornament is inspired by classic decorations that I remember being hung on the tree growing up. It has a vintage feel with the traditional colours and design but it can be worked up with bright, vibrant colours for a modern style. It uses very little worsted weight yarn is a quick project to make when you’re busy during the holiday season. Add these little ornaments to your tree, gift giving or market tables!
As of November 10, 2011 this pattern has received an update to be consistent with the layout and formats of my recent designs. If you’ve save it to Ravelry, it has been updated there as well!