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15 Free Cute Knitting Patterns for Every Season
These little guys are so cute you'll want to keep them out year round. The Santa Gnome Ornaments are a cute way to add a homemade touch to your holiday decorations. These little mantle toppers look complicated, but are an easy Christmas ornament for you to make for yourself or give to others as gifts. Hang them on your tree or place them around the house. Wherever these little Santa Gnome Ornaments are, they'll put a smile on someone's face.
Knit this free Christmas stocking pattern for the dreamer in your family. The stars and swirls make this night sky look like a perfectly dreamy place for Santa and his reindeer to glide through on Christmas Eve.
I love to use free knitting patterns to celebrate the holidays! Use this easy Two Hour Santa Hat pattern to make festive hats in two sizes adult and baby. You don't even need to know how to knit in the round - this pattern is made completely with straight knitting needles.
Add some variety to your collection of knitted Christmas ornaments. These Mini Christmas Knit Ornaments could outfit a very tiny elf! Knit miniature versions of a sweater, a set of mittens, and a hat with these adorably small patterns. Pack tons of holiday cheer into these teeny holiday knits. Everything is cuter when it's in miniature form. These little ornaments are full of yuletide spirit. Why have your tree don just one type of ornament? Add some knitted fun with this set of super cute Christmas knits.
Free knit cowl patterns make great Christmas gifts - and this easy lace cowl with subtle striping is certainly no exception. Knit yours in the round using two of your favorite colors. This pattern kindly includes a chart for easy (and happy) knitting. This pattern is a fun exercise in lace knitting, so whip up a practical accessory worthy of placing underneath the Christmas tree.
I can't imagine a more festive (or adorable) knit tea cozy pattern to use during the holidays. Don't worry about your Christmas Tea getting cold, this Frosty the Snowman Tea Cozy will help keep your tea pot piping hot (while also dressing up any old kettle for the holiday occasion). Made mostly of knit stitches, this pattern requires a little bit of shaping, but it's still suitable for a beginner to tackle.
In the holiday season, you can never have too many Santa crafts. For a unique decorative piece, create this santa shelf sitter by following this free knitting pattern. You'll love making and owning this wonderful Christmas craft!
Although it may seem far off, our favorite winter holiday is just around the corner. This joyful day brings family and friends together to celebrate the spirit of giving. It's a beautiful, rare moment to enjoy the company of those who live near and far under the same roof, but a lot of hard work goes into planning and preparation. The house has to be immaculate and the kids need to be dressed. There are presents to wrap and a tree to trim. Are you ready? Lucky for you we have compiled a list of 13 DIY Christmas decorations, DIY Christmas gifts, and other easy Christmas crafts to help prepare for the big day.
For a great looking accessory, why not create your own? By following this free knitting pattern you can make a stylish holiday bag, perfect for all the winter holidays. It will become your go-to purse to store all of your belongings.
Top Patterns for the Holidays Projects