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There are so many ways to decorate for the holidays. So many rooms, so many places to add fun! I have found 7 free crochet patterns to get you started on your holiday decorating this evening.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Table Top Christmas Tree Decorations by Kim Guzman
“I’ve made a tree skirt, angel ornaments, icicle ornaments and a popcorn garland.”
2) A Lovely Lacy Snowflake by Andee Graves
“As my holiday gift to all my lovely readers here is my newest snowflake pattern”
3) Retro Christmas Tree Towel by A Crocheted Simplicity
“When each holiday rolls around it brings with it the desire to crochet something cheerful & festive to display in my home!”
4) Scandinavian Santa Gnome by One Dog Woof
“I guess making a santa gnome has always been somewhere on my list, and I especially liked the idea that I wouldn’t have to deal with amigurumi eyes.”
5) Happy Holidays Tree Skirt by Tamara Kelly
“One project I plan to do each year is crochet a new tree skirt for our Christmas tree.”
6) Granny Stripe Tree Skirt by Jessie At Home
“Give yourself the perfect base for your Christmas presents to nestle on this year.”
7) Hanukkah Banner by Randy Cavaliere
“Set the scene for a wonderful Hanukkah gathering with this Star of David banner.”
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