Love crocheting? Then it’s high time to do what you love and make some cutest Christmas ornaments and decorations! They will add a cozy touch to your space and make it warm up for sure.
This cute red snowflake ornament looks amazing, soft and cozy and reminds of the Scandinavian motifs. It will look amazing on any tree and as a separate decoration in a bowl or on the mantel.
Stars are symbolic for Christmas, and you can crochet as many little stars as you need. Crochet them in different colors and add yarn to hang on the tree.
This super festive little tree is decorated with scrap yarn and simple straight pins, this little crochet ornament comes together super quick!
Crochet up a tiny mug ornament in no time that works for the coffee addict, tea lover, or beer aficionado on your list. This makes a great keychain, gift topper, or of course, ornament for your Christmas tree!
These little trees are amazing! Crochet just some strips and then fold each part slightly shorter than the last until it looks something like a tree. Add beads or pompoms and let everyone admire them on your tree!
Crocheted retro Christmas ornaments team up with colorful wooden beads to make a very merry garland. Make three different styles of ornaments, each with its own pattern below, but before you start crocheting, you need to paint the wooden beads the color of your choice. Read the whole tutorial in the source.
You can make these little crochet Christmas tree decorations as single ornaments to hang from your tree or attach to a gift or why not make several and turn them into a festive garland. Pompoms are ideal decorations for them, go ahead crafting!
What can be more typical for winter than snowflakes? These snowflakes are fairly easy to make and you can whip up several of them in a short amount of time. There are so many different uses for them! Use them as gift toppers, ornaments, table décor and to make garlands.
The icy colors of this crochet bauble will bring the atmosphere of a frozen winter wonderland to your home this Christmas. Or if you prefer a traditional Scandinavian look, why not stitch the bauble in red and white instead!
These little crochet wreaths are such a quick and easy project and are a great opportunity to get the kids involved in holiday crafting and gift giving. You crochet ’em up and let the kids take it from there! They are great as ornaments for hanging on your tree or to adorn your holiday packages. And kids will enjoy making some for teachers and relatives too!
Christmas is almost here, and what better way to get in that holiday spirit than crocheting your own ornaments! Here you will see several of them in pastel colors and a garland made of them – looks so soft and cute!
Amigurumi stars look cute with or without a face, and can be used for a variety of things. You could make them in different sizes, add a hanging loop or key ring, string them together to make a garland, or use them as bowl fillers, decorations, or stocking stuffers.