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It’s not too late for a crochet Christmas! Be it decorations or gifts, there’s still time for these smaller crochet projects. So grab your hook and yarn, put on some carols, and get in the festive mood!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Chriatmas ornaments by Mariya Kozlova
“This crochet pattern will instruct you on how to crochet a cute Christmas ornaments”
2) Christmas Ornament Coasters by Joanita Theron
“These Christmas ornament coasters are really easy and very quick to make.”
3) Peppermint Kisses by Kathy Lashley
“Peppermint Kisses is the perfect Christmas beanie and what’s best? It’s perfectly FREE for you!”
4) Christmas Angel by Oombawka Design
“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.”
5) Christmas Bauble Tutorial by Olivia Rainsford
“This is a tutorial for simple Christmas baubles, using scraps of sock yarn. If you, like me, hoard every single metre of sock yarn because, you know, it’s so pretty and so expensive, this is a nice way to use it all up and make something festive, to boot.”
6) Christmas Lights by Jean Herman
“Tightly crochet each bulb for best results. : )”
7) Angel Pin by Kim Guzman
“The Angel Pin makes a great quick little gift for family Christmas stockings, friends, co-workers. You can whip one of these up in 10 or 15 minutes.”
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