Top 10 Free Christmas Patterns

Free christmas patterns

♫ It’s the most hookable time of the year ♫! And, to save you a bit of time, we’ve rounded up our top 10 favourite FREE Christmas themed crochet patterns from around the globe, as well as two exclusive Simply Crochet patterns that you won’t find elsewhere! This post has got you covered for some quick and contemporary festive projects that’ll make a great gift for any much-loved friend or family member – the lucky things! (Or perhaps even better, a well-deserved treat to yourself!)

 

1. Haven’t found any Christmas sweaters that take your fancy this year? Well how about hooking up these delightful Santa Clause motifs to embellish an old one? Thrifty! Download the FREE pattern PDF by Sara Huntington for Simply Crochet Mag exclusively here.Santa motifs


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This uber-cute ‘Penny The Pine Tree’ amigurumi Christmas tree is the ideal stocking filler for the little ones, or a colourful decoration for the mantelpiece! Add a pop of freshly bright colour to your festive decor. Find it at MojiMoki design.Christmas tree plushie


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This extra sweet bauble by Emma Pavier is a great handmade treat for your tree. An ideal project for using up oddments – available over at Ann’s Orchard.
Christmas pud


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Wow! We have a penchant for neon anything here at Simply Crochet magazine, so when we saw these neon elf slippers by Emily at Make&e we couldn’t wait to get started!Elf slipper


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Don’t let the difference in yarn put you off, this is the perfect accompaniment to the above slipper pattern – now you really can be Buddy’s buddy! Find Jess’s pattern over at Make More & Do Crew.Elf hat


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What festive scene is complete without a cheery Robin amidst the snow and holly? This little fella over at furlscrochet.com is the perfect sized for stocking fillers or decorations. Find the pattern here.Christmas robin


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Keep the kids cosy during the Christmas holidays with this keepsake tree blanket by Sarah at repeatcrafterme.com. We especially love the colourful lightbulb applique, which could also be used as bunting or instead of tinsel on a real life Christmas tree!Christmas tree blanket


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We love this novel gift bag and hate paper waste, so if like us you’re looking for a handmade alternative that won’t end up in the bin, we’ve got just the ticket! Designed by Lorna Miser – at Red Heart.Gift bag


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Such a cute gingerbread style stocking, and made in next to no time so you can make one for each of your family members! Find it over at Skip to my Lou!Stocking
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Last but not least is this snowman Christmas tree decoration by Marianne Rawlins. This is a never before seen pattern exclusively from Simply Crochet magazine! Find it here.

10 Free Christmas Crochet Patterns


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