Crochet Christmas Earrings

Christmas will be here before you know it so I have a quick Christmas crochet project for you – Holly Earrings! I have always loved the shape and look of holly leaves – we have a few bushes in our yard and they always look great. Deep green waxy and pointy leaves with bright red berries – the birds love them, too. 🙂 Of course, the holly and its berries are part of Christmas decorations everywhere and now you can[Read more]

Snowflake Ornament

A couple of weeks ago when several of my subscribers entered a giveaway we hosted here at Celtic Knot Crochet they sent me emails listing all of the projects they like to make for Christmas gifts. Guess what was one of the most mentioned gifts? . . . .Snowflakes!! Well, I love snowflakes – so beautiful and delicate, so fascinating and unique. I had been planning on creating a snowflake with a Celtic Knot at the center for a while[Read more]

Christmas Pattern Round-up

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[Read more]

Cable Holly Leaf Necklace

Looking for a quick last-minute gift idea?  Or perhaps you need something special or new to wear to the Christmas Eve service or a Christmas Day get-together?  You should make this Cable Holly Leaf Necklace!  I crafted mine in less than an hour and I’ve already worn it several times and received many compliments.  I decided to rate this project as “Intermediate” since it uses post stitches and some basic cabling techniques.  But don’t worry, there is a video tutorial[Read more]

Mandala Christmas Ornament

Mandala Christmas Ornament Every year growing up my very crafty mom would help my siblings and me make ornaments for our Christmas tree.  They would be made out of all sorts of craft supplies: salt dough, paper, yarn, ribbons, sequins, pins, glue.  No matter our age or skill level each ornament was saved and cherished.  Now my parents have quite the collection of special and unique creations that hang on their tree every year. My siblings and I laugh at[Read more]