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Jolly Holidays: 15 Free Knit and Crochet Gifts and Holiday Projects
This Christmas, DIY decoration is the way to go! With this Crocheted Christmas Tree Duo craft, you can add texture to your holiday decor. These soft trees are also great for a baby's first Christmas gift! Great for all levels of crochet fans, these cute mini Christmas trees work up quickly and make a great last-minute gift idea. You can also use these festive trees to decorate your mantel or bring your office or desk a little holiday cheer. Embellish with buttons of all colors for a colorful and fun tree that anyone is sure to admire.
Decorate your tree or mantel with this adorable Pinwheel Garland. Made with colorful Christmas-themed yarn, this simple garland is a great way to use up scraps and decorate your home at the same time! This is a a great project for beginning crocheters and a fun way to mix and match colors. You could even give your holiday decor a bright look by using different-colored yarn to make this garland look like a string of colorful penny candies. Let your imagination run wild with this delicious crocheted garland.
Easy DIY Christmas crafts will make this Holiday season even more enjoyable. Crochet this Christmas Throw and Pillow to keep you warm and cheerful when you watch those Holiday classics you know and love. From "The Grinch" to "It's a Wonderful Life", you're sure to be snuggled up in winter comfort with this lovely crocheted afghan. This set also makes a wonderful gift for the holiday season. Crochet an afghan and pillow for your mom or grandma for a gift they're sure to love and appreciate for years to come.
Make your own Christmas tree decoration by using leftover red and white yarn to crochet these adorable Polka Dot Mushroom Ornaments. These would look just as cute tied to a package or a stocking. Great for a whimsical or country-themed decor pattern, these adorable crocheted mushrooms can also be out on display all year long, arranged in a garland or just left as cute springtime ornaments. This is a simple and fun crochet pattern for beginners and advanced crochet fans alike.
This adorable crocheted snowman is a great addition to your Christmas decor. Perfect for adding a whimsical winter touch to your living room, this Crocheted Frosty the Snowman is something that everyone will appreciate! This is a simple crochet pattern that anyone could make, and it also makes a wonderful holiday gift. Have this cute crocheted snowman out on display all winter long for a festive and fun way to keep your home in the holiday spirit.
Just in time for the Christmas season! This Christmas Reversible Ripple Afghan looks great and feels even better. You'll love this crochet afghan pattern, perfect for snuggling up with on Christmas morning. This lovely crocheted afghan pattern also makes a great hostess gift if you're going to be traveling this holiday season.
This Santaland Holiday Baby Cocoon is a great Christmas gift for a mother to be or her new baby. Whether you use it for baby's holiday photos or to keep baby cozy all season, this easy-to-crochet cocoon is darling. Best of all, this crocheted Christmas gift works up quickly and is the perfect last-minute gift idea for a new baby. Very crafty crocheters could even embellish this baby cocoon with an embroidered name or date of birth, adding a cute personal touch to this adorable gift.
Dress your baby as Santa Claus for Christmas this year with our jolly crocheted Santa outfit. These free crochet patterns include a hat and jacket to make your child look just like Saint Nick himself! This is an adorable project for little girls and boys alike...and it would be perfect for the family Christmas photo that you do every year. Great for beginners and advanced crocheters alike, this cute crochet set is a fun way to spend a snowy weekend inside. Want to make it more feminine friendly? Add a cute little bow on the hat or use soft pink yarn rather than red.
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