All signs point to Christmas time – twinkle lights adorn every bush and tree, coffee mugs with sayings like “Warm & Bright” are on sale at my grocery store, and my cats are sniffing around the Christmas tree suspiciously.
Let’s get into the Christmas spirit! I scoured the internet and found 25 patterns that are perfect for holiday decorating and gifting!
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25 Festive Christmas Crochet Patterns
1 – Trenta Pom Beanie from TL Yarn Crafts
If you’re looking for a versatile crochet beanie that works up quickly, the Trenta Pom Beanie is the best choice. Play around with some color blocking and you’ve got the perfect Santa hat! Get the pattern from my website here.
2 – Chaos Emerald Scarf from Knot Bad
If you grew up in the 90’s, you should get the Chaos Emerald reference right away. Nostalgia for classic video games mixed with the cheer of the holidays makes this velvety soft scarf a perfect project. Get the pattern from Knot Bad and the kit from Lion Brand.
3 – Christmas Baubles from Annie Design Crochet
DIY your Christmas decorations out of scrap yarn when you make the Christmas Baubles pattern by Annie Design Crochet. I keep imagining these in different color combos to fit any holiday decor. Find the FREE pattern on Annie’s blog here.
4 – Hot Cocoa Poncho from TL Yarn Crafts
For those days when the errands start at 8am, look your best with minimal effort when you slip on the Hot Cocoa Poncho. This Tunisian crochet treat dresses up those jeans-and-a-t-shirt days with style. Get the FREE pattern on TLYCBlog.com.
5 – Cozy Christmas Morning Slippers by Rohn Strong
Imagine a cozy faux fur sweater, but for your FEET! Are you feeling the Christmas morning vibes?! Stitch up these cozy crochet slipper socks with the pattern from Rohn Strong.
6 – Beckett Woodland Baby Blanket from Coco Crochet Lee
Is your friend expecting a Christmas miracle? Keep that babe bundled up tight in the Beckett Woodland Baby Blanket, designed by Lee of Coco Crochet Leet. The knit-look spirals are great in any color – personalize this blanket any way you like! Get the FREE pattern on Lee’s blog and pick up the kit from Lion Brand here.
7 – Solstice Tree Skirt from TL Yarn Crafts
Take your holiday to full-glam status when you stitch up the Solstice Tree Skirt. Part wool, part faux fur yarn, and 100% fabulous and easy. Get the FREE pattern on my blog and pick up the kit for 45% off on the Lion Brand website. Don’t forget to use code “DEC45” at checkout!
8 – Snowfall on the Bowery by Two of Wands
Inspired by cascading snowfall on a chilly winter evening, this blanket wrap will keep you snug and comforted at home or protected from the chill if you decide to venture out into the night. Pick up the elegant Snowfall on the Bowery Wrap pattern here or get the kit from Lion Brand.
9 – Morning Mittens by Make & Do Crew
There’s something so classic about mittens, and these ones from Jess of Make & Do Crew really take me back. They look knit but are actually crochet and they fit like a dream. Make your own pair now – find the FREE pattern on Jess’s blog and get the kit from Lion Brand.
10 – Owlbert the Amigurumi Owl from TL Yarn Crafts
Bring your favorite woodland creature inside this holiday season! Owlbert makes a great ornament for your Christmas tree. And when the holidays are over, add a few drops of essential oil to his back and he transforms into a car air freshener! Get the pattern from TLYarnCrafts.com or inside the Crochet Essentials Pattern Collection!
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11 – Amigurumi Car & Tree from 1 Dog Woof
If you have to haul your own Christmas tree home, keep it cute! ChiWei of 1 Dog Woof designed this iconic holiday scene, and now you can make your own to decorate your tree or your mantle. Get the FREE car pattern here and get the FREE tree pattern here.
12 – Gnome Towel Topper from Nana’s Crafty Home
I bet you didn’t know you wanted a few cheeky gnomes carrying your holiday hand towels. But these guys are just plain adorable. And the best part – they take so little yarn to make and you can personalize them all you like. Get the FREE pattern from Tonya’s blog.
13 – Mika Vest from TL Yarn Crafts
Bring on the luxe! The fashion statement of the season is the faux fur vest. The Mika Vest has pockets, a hood, and a cute ribbon tie to keep you cozy as you hop from one holiday party to the next. Get the pattern from TLYarnCrafts.com.
14 – Santa’s Helper Hat from Make & Do Crew
Need a fun way to spruce up your holiday family photo? Make these Santa’s Helper Hats by Make & Do Crew! They’re sized from newborn through adult and really take your Christmas spirit to a whole new level. Get the FREE pattern from Jess’s blog
15 – Christmas Star Ornament
Sweet and simple, these Christmas Start Ornaments from The Painted Hinge are the perfect last-minute addition to your holiday decorations. Personally, I’d use glitter yarn to give these an extra special touch. Make these ornaments all your own – get the FREE pattern here.
16 – Buckhorn Blanket from Make & Do Crew
Whether you’re a hipster or a hunter, this blanket will fit right in with your cozy holiday decor. Made using the corner-to-corner method, a proud buck appears to make your season bright. Start your blanket using the FREE pattern from Jess’s blog or get the kit from Lion Brand.
17 – Last Minute Scarf from TL Yarn Crafts
Let’s be honest – most of us will wait until the week before Christmas to buy presents. Take some of that stress off yourself and make a few Last Minute Scarves. These pom-pom wrap scarves use loop yarn so you get the look of knitting in half the time with no experience! Start your scarf today using the FREE pattern on my blog.
18 – Christmas Ami Collection from Knot Bad
Bring the holidays spirit into your home when you crochet these 4 wonderfully cute amigurumis from Vincent of Knot Bad. You get an adorable Christmas tree, a cozy snowman, a delightful gingerbread gal, and a boozy eggnog. You can make each of these using the FREE patterns on Vincent’s blog, or get the all-in-one kit from Lion Brand.
19 – Caron Tree Skirt from Yarnspirations
Why buy when you can DIY?! This festive holiday tree skirt has plenty of fun details to catch your eye. Make a Christmas heirloom that will last for years to come. Get the FREE pattern from LoveCrafts.com.
20 – Holiday Napkin Ring from Oombawka Design Crochet
When I decorate, I love adding holiday magic to every detail of my home. Bring that same spirit to your tablescape when you make the Holiday Napkin Ring. Just a couple berries and leaves is all it takes! Get the FREE pattern here.
21 – Mini Mitten Ornament from Evelyn & Peter
Have some leftover faux fur from earlier patterns? Put it to good use and make these adorable mini mitten ornaments. Hang them separately or keep them in pairs – either way, they’ll keep your Christmas tree warm and cozy. Get the FREE pattern on Rachel’s blog.
22 – Sugar & Spice Gingerbread Twins from Storyland Amis
These twins are the sweetest, cuddliest crochet cookies you’ll ever meet! The pattern comes with details on how to make each version and is soooo easy to follow. Get the pattern here.
23 – Amara Christmas Stocking from Nella’s Cottage
The bigger the stocking, the more candy you get to put in it, right?! Try out the Amara Christmas Stocking pattern this year. It works up to be an oversized stocking, measuring about 19″ tall. That adds up a lot of Reese’s Cups! Get the pattern here.
24 – Luxe Faux Fur Cowl from All About Ami
Luxury meets function in the Luxe Faux Fur Cowl from All About Ami. Stephanie pairs two contrasting textures to make one cowl that you’ll want to wear all season long. Get the FREE pattern on her blog and find the kit in three different colors on the Lion Brand website.
25 – Scandinavian Santa Gnome from 1 Dog Woof
We’re rounding out this round-up with these super cute Scandi gnomes, designed by 1 Dog Woof. Something about their stoic posture and simple design made me fall in love with them at first sight! Get the FREE pattern on ChiWei’s blog and pick up the all-in-one kit from LionBrand.com.