Knit a Baby Santa Suit: 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway

Today is the twelfth day in our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway. You can enter each day to win the prize of the day! Contest rules and how to enter are below.

This giveaway is now over. Please be sure to check out our current giveaways and stay tuned for big giveaways in the future! Don’t forget to check out the free knitting pattern below.

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On the twelfth day of our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway, my true love gave to me Santa Baby Suit from Red

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Today’s prize is the project materials to make a Santa Baby Suit above from Red Heart which is a Red Heart tote bag with nine skeins of yarn and two sets of crochet hooks. In order to win today’s present, all you need to do is:

* Like the AllFreeHolidayCrafts Facebook Page here, AND

* Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

Have you made any festive holiday clothes or accessories this year?




  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • You must “like” the AllFreeHolidayCrafts Facebook page to be eligible.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, Friday, December 13th at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on the project above. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.



12 Days of Christmas Sleigh of Prizes

Enter to win all 12 Presents from the 12 Days of Christmas by entering a comment on today’s project, Santa Baby Suit on the AllFreeHolidayCrafts site. You can enter a comment each day of the contest on each of the 12 projects for 12 chances to win!




  • To be entered to win the “sleigh of prizes”, one of each of the 12 days prizes, you must comment on today’s project of the day, Santa Baby Suit.
  • You have until Sunday, December 15, 2012 at 11:59 CST to comment on our projects on the site.
  • One comment per person per project on the site, posted each of the 12 days.
  • Comments on this blog post do not count towards the grand prize.
  • Grand prize winner of all 12 prizes will be announced on December 16, 2012.

Good Luck!


  1. Lucia says

    I did make a dress for my nurses daughter who is 2 years old she loved it and I told her she can wear it to sleep and she said no way to cute for pj’s made me feel good I crochet for therapy and it helps so much and make those around me happy with what I give them.

  2. Donna says

    I haven’t made any new accessories or garments yet but getting tons of ideas. My best idea so far is to knit my hubby and me matching slippers for Christmas morning!

  3. Karen Mandart says

    So far, I’ve make hats & scarves but not for me – for my Mr & Mrs. Snowman (made from pavers)! I crocheted red & green set for Christmas, then solid red set for Feb. and solid green for March – can’t wait to change her clothes! Of course, Mr. Snowman has the typical top hat (made from plastic canvas) and red felt scarf – They look adorable. I’ve made 12 others for my friends and relatives with black felt hats, adorned with silver snowflake & scarves to match.

  4. carla fowler says

    i would love to win this for my daughter in law she crochets really good, she made eye mask for my granddaughter’s birthday spa party they were so cute and she loves to crochet so this would be a wonderful present for her
    thank you

  5. JoAnne Chavez says

    I have wanted to make this outfit for my grandson since I first saw it, unfortunetly I haven’t been able to purchase the yarn ever since we found out my knee replacement had a staph infection in it that’s been there ever since I had it put in. Now I have been unable to walk since they removed the first replacement so I am now in a wheelchair have been waiting for them to again replace my knee. Our money has been tight since then and I have to watch what I buy so right now I plan my next project very carefully and pray for the right sale. So this will be this years big project maybe Santa Hats for others in our family. Wish me luck.

  6. jenny Sansom says

    We decorate Christmas trees in our village each year, we are a craft group that meet each week. we do a theme each year so we will start making in the New year for next Christmas.

  7. Sarah says

    I”ve made place mats & napkin rings, Christmas tree dectorations, and a Blanket, hat & booties set for a boy and a set for a girl and onated to a hospital for a baby in need to have something to go home with of their own. Love Crocheting

  8. Patricia Charron says

    have not crocheted any fashions this year, would love to do santa suit if it was in crochet not knit because I do not know how to knit and have no one to teach me because I am left handed

  9. Candida Arsenault says

    The Santa Baby Suit is precious!

    I’ve made a holiday cowl. It keeps my neck nice and warm.

  10. Cathy Baskin says

    I have just started knitting after crocheting for years. My projects have been trying out knitting techniques by making chemo caps for my dear friend. She has been loving them! I have also been knitting ear warmers for my nieces and trying out different embillishments on them. So far so good. I wish I had time to knit Christmas stockings for my grandchildren. Oh well, hopefully I will work on them this spring and summer for next year! Would be nice to have this tote and all the accessories. I have been loving learning to knit!

  11. Cindy Rucker says

    Amazingly easy to work with and endless craft’s that you can make for yourself or someone else.A great may to share the love….

  12. Carolyn Wilcox says

    I made mini stockings to hold gift cards. It took a few tries but it finally came out the way I wanted.

  13. laura md says

    If I won I would divide it between two of my friends (Lisa & Tammy) because they crochet and give away a lot to charity. It would a nice way for me to give to these two women who help support our community.

  14. Jackie Watson says

    I have made a mini-minion hat and working on minion mitts for the granddaughter. Have plans for some more things.

  15. Florence says

    My mom taught me how to knit when I was around 10 years old. When I was in my twenties I bought a book and taught myself how to crochet. Just around that time my mom had throat cancer and needed to make herself bibs to wear to cover the hole in her neck. That’s when I got the chance to return the kindness and I taught her how to crochet. I love to do both knit and crochet and now I teach the boys and girls where I work how to knit and crochet and get a great deal of pleasure out of doing so.

  16. Jordan says

    I’ve made a puppy hat for my little brother and plan on making more hats, scarves, socks and headbands before Christmas!

  17. Annette Sue says

    I love Red Heart Yarn. It is the only brand I use and I have been using since 1979. I love the free patterns on the website. I just recently made the Santa Aprons for my sister and she gave them to her friend for herself and her daughter. They loved them and sent us a photo.

    I just love it when people appreciate what I have made for them using Red Heart. I know it is going to last them for years. My mother has the first afghan I ever made and she still uses it every day.

    I look forward to seeing more new patterns next year. Keep them coming.

  18. says

    No not yet this year I haven’t had the money to go out and buy yarn and patterns to make anything but hopefully soon I’ll just have to wait and see.

  19. Cindy Dekort says

    For Christmas this year I made the grandchildren mitts with snowmen and snowwoman on them I also crocheted a couple football hats ,and snowman hats to go with the mitts, and this year I did something I hadn’t tried before, but had wanted to I knit the mitten and sock garland, one set I made in the traditional red, white, and green. The other set I made in all bright colours, one for the tree and one for the mantle I got a lot of compliments on them and they turned out to be a conversation starter funny enough.

  20. says

    I made several hats and scarves this year as gifts but my most memorable Christmas gift was an afghan I made for my boyfriend, Tommy. He was in the Air Force and, as 19-year-old girls are wont to do, I thought it would be good to give him something to keep him warm and remind him of me. So, I taught myself to crochet and made him a full-sized rust and brown afghan (all single crochet with a picot edging and fringe). I finished it early and a friend encouraged me to enter it into the State Fair’s crafts. I did and won a blue ribbon for the first thing I ever crocheted. That blue ribbon started me on a life-long love of crocheting. Needless to say, he didn’t last but I still have that afghan 40 years later.

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