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‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;
Here is a collection of patterns that will help you decorate your chimney and more this holiday season!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Dog Paws Christmas Stocking by Michele Wilcox for Red Heart
Treat the lovable pet members of your family to some holiday goodies, so they’ll have their own fun come Christmas morning. This doggie stocking is easy to crochet and is a great way to make friends with pets when you are a guest in their home.
2) Crocheting Snowman by Nancy Anderson for Red Heart
Any crocheter will love having this cleverly designed snowman to display all winter long. Make him as a gift or make him for yourself! Instructions for making mini skein of Super Saver is included.
3) Crochet Christmas Tree by Walker Whimsy
Sometimes I am surprised at my own ridiculousness.
It’s pretty freakin’ cute, though …
It’s easy, too! You work in the round (no joining and chaining action up in here!) so you get one seamless piece. I used a G hook and Red Heart Super Saver yarn.
4) Tree Garland (Archived) by Linda Permann
Deck your halls with these easy trees—each is constructed all in one piece. Self-striping sock yarn creates the colorful pattern, without the work!
5) Amigurumi Snowman by Kamina
This adorable little snowman looks like he’s just starting to melt. Don’t be surprised if you find one in my freezer!
6) Fur Top Holiday Stockings by Jessie Rayot for Red Heart
What fun it is to hang these bright modern day stockings for Santa to fill! This clever crochet design features contrast heel and toe and is finished off with a furry cuff.
7) Diamonds & Gems Stockings by CrochetZone
It’s time to think about hanging those stockings so they’ll get filled on Christmas Eve. Work up this colorful, fun and easy pattern for everyone in the family. These make great gift bags too, who wouldn’t like a bottle of wine or bubbly wrapped in one of these pretty stockings?
8) Snowman Jar Cozy by Whiskers & Wool
A few weeks ago I shared a knitting project I had made called “Snowman Jar Cozy” using a free pattern from Red Heart’s website. It was such a fun project that I thought crocheters needed their own pattern for a snowman jar cozy and I came up with this one in order to share the fun.
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