There are so many options for decorating for the holidays. This free crochet pattern round up includes 7 great Christmas decorations to help you get in the holiday spirit.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Scandinavian Christmas Gnome by Nerissa Muijs
“I absolutely loved making these little guys. I made a regular gnome, a slightly taller one, and even a lady gnome!”
2) Christmas Angel by Oombawka Design Crochet
“My Christmas Angel is crocheted in Red Heart Super Saver (medium weight) yarn; beginning at the top her head and worked in continuous rounds to the base of her skirt. You will add the wings to the back of her dress using simple whip-stitches at the end, crochet the ‘arm’ and simply insert it through the small holes in her dress you created by following the crocheting instructions and slip the crocheted halo between the stitches at the back of her head.”
3) Happy Holidays Tree Skirt by Tamara Kelly
“One project I plan to do each year is crochet a new tree skirt for our Christmas tree. And until now, I’ve always failed – too many gifts to make, too much to do to get ready. But THIS year, I finally got it on the to do list and I’m so very happy I did, and I can’t wait to share it with all of you – introducing the Happy Holidays Tree Skirt!”
4) Retro Christmas Tree Towel by Jennifer Pionk
“When each holiday rolls around it brings with it the desire to crochet something cheerful & festive to display in my home! Although I love to create designs that are functional (and this one is functional), I’m not sure I’ll be able to bring myself to actually use it for more than a decoration in my kitchen.”
5) Crochet Stocking Advent Calendar by Whistle & Ivy
“As I was making this Crochet Stocking Advent Calendar, I thought it would be even more fun to make it together as a group, so it will be the first-ever Whistle and Ivy Crochet Along.”
6) African Flower Crochet Stocking by Alexis Middleton
“I have wanted to make a project using African Flower hexagons for a while, and I finally got to it with this stocking. I am really happy with the way it turned out. Hope you like it too!”
7) Holiday Friends Decor by Totally Snappy
“I designed these as separate blocks so they could be made into lots of different things, altogether or separate. Make one of each or a family of snowmen.”
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