Why just decorate your home for Christmas when you can decorate yourself as well? There are so many fun ways to dress for the season. I have collected 7 free crochet patterns to help you dress for Christmas fun!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Holiday Poncho by Jessie At Home
“The Holiday Poncho is great for cold evenings out and about, or even at home. It will work wonderfully in the colors listed for Valentine’s day as well.”
2) Peppermint Kisses Beanie by ELK Studio
“Peppermint Kisses is the perfect Christmas beanie and what’s best? It’s perfectly FREE for you! I’ve designed the band two different ways and will give you instructions for both.”
3) Cranberry Twist Slouchy Bonnet by Kirsten Holloway Designs
“For those of you looking for a cheery holiday fashion accessory, this slouchy bonnet is the answer.”
4) My Lil Angel – Free angel wings crochet pattern by Simply Collectible
“Versatile and simple, My Lil Angel free angel wings crochet pattern is a delightful little set that can be worked up within the hour. Try this for amigurumi, baby photo props, pet costumes, or a costume for any size.”
5) The Trendy Elf by Cre8tion Crochet
“I have updated the Trendy Elf pattern in all sizes, especially for The Red Heart Joy Makers Christmas in July Blog Hop.”
6) Christmas Holiday Baby Santa Hat and Cocoon Bunting by Naztazia
“This baby santa hat pattern and baby cocoon / baby bunting is just too cute! This makes a wonderful baby’s first Christmas gift – plus the outfit looks wonderful in photos.”
7) Candy Cane Scarf by Posh Pooch Designs
“This Scarf is easy to stitch up, and super fun to wear for any Holiday party or Christmas event. You can make it in different colors, for lots of creative looks.”
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