Here are 7 Christmas patterns that you can find here on our blog or in our Etsy shop. Each project is small and works up quickly so you still have time to finish at least one before Christmas!
Christmas Holly Leaf Scarf
Every time I wear this scarf I get several compliments on it. There are 2 versions included in the pattern based on using either one or two strands of yarn. The original yarn that I created the scarf with is no longer available (Red Heart Shimmer) but they have a great newer alternative: Red Heart With Love Metallic that comes in a pretty sparkly green and red.
Buy pattern here for $5.50
Mandala Christmas Ornament
This project is part of our Mandala Series and has all sorts of variation possibilities depending on which embroidery thread, beads or ornament balls you use.
Celtic Knot Heart
I love to make this heart and give it as a quick gift. It is a simple Celtic Knot and the pattern uses easy stitches which makes it a perfect beginner project!
This pattern is available for FREE when you sign up to have our free patterns and giveways sent to your inbox – see the sign-up box on the right.
Lacy Dog Collar
Of course, your doggie can wear a lacy collar any time of year but I think this project is the perfect addition for your family Christmas photo! This pattern calls for the same yarn as the Christmas Holly Leaf Scarf – Red Heart With Love Metallic. What makes this yarn so pretty is that the metallic thread is the same color as the yarn. This yarn is easy to crochet with and soft to wear.
You can find this pattern here for FREE
Celtic Trinity Knot Christmas Tree
This is my favorite Christmas project I have designed so far. The project is 2 ornaments in one and uses one of my favorite yarns – Sinfonia by Omega.
You can buy this pattern here for $6.00.
Cable Holly Leaf Necklace
By creatively using a few post stitches and simple cables you can crochet this pendant in no time. The pendant can also be used as a pin or an applique on a scarf or hat.
Photo Snowflake Ornament
Every Christmas our family loves to make new ornaments for our tree – it is a tradition of ours to have our tree decorated with mostly handmade items. This particular ornament looks great among the green branches and is crocheted in only 4 rounds.
This pattern is also FREE and can be found here. (If you would like an ad-free large print version, you can purchase it here in our Etsy shop) To watch our video tutorial for this project, click here.
So, there you have some Christmas patterns for you! Check back soon for a new Christmas pattern using metallic sock yarn.
I hope you take time to crochet something for Christmas from this list – please send me a photo of your project – I would love to see what you make!
Merry Christmas and Happy Crocheting!