Here are a few of the latest, quickest, cutest crochet goodies I’ve found on the internet to share with you.  Hope you like them.  You’ve still got time to make a handful of these sweet things for your home/family/friends.  Get busy!

Pull out some thread and work up a bunch of these quickie snowflakes to sprinkle around your home.  You can get the free pattern here.

Grab an inexpensive sweatshirt and create something unique and original in a couple of hours.  I’d love to see these motifs used as little white pockets on a bright, red shirt.  See the pattern and other ideas here.  The edging is purely optional!

This beautiful Chunky Cowl will workup very quickly with the proper yarn.  And what a great gift this will be – or a great treat for yourself!  Get the free pattern here and see more pictures of it.  Crochet it in a sparkly yarn for a stunning New Year’s Eve fashion accessory.  Whoever wears it will feel very posh.

 

These cute little PomPoms would work perfectly for their intended use – as hair ties – but I could also see them used as package toppers, parts of a garland, or small ornaments.  What do you think?  You can get the quick free pattern right here.

Finally, here is another teeny, tiny item you can work up quickly and use in a variety of ways.  Use up those partial skeins of thread or yarn.  Make as ornaments, package toppers, hair ties, appliques, etc.  You’ll find a bunch of ways to use them.  The free pattern and tutorial aren’t in English, but you won’t have any trouble following along to make your own.

If you have a link to quick crochet idea like these, please feel free to post a link in the Comment section below.  We can never have too many of these cute little items, can we?

By jd wolfe




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7 Comments so far

  1. carmen on December 12, 2012 8:31 am

    Nice article – I’ve got a cute little link to add:
    Crocheted Babys in nutshells:
    http://www.aduoscriptum.de/kreatives/2012/12/weihnachtsspecial-gehaekeltes-baby-in-einer-nussschale-crocheted-baby-in-a-nutshell.html/attachment/2012-10-04-03

    They are a bit waldorf-like and a kind of last-minute crochet Christmas gift.

  2. Coral on December 13, 2012 2:37 am

    I made granny snowflake ornaments from this pattern: http://crochethook.wordpress.com/2010/11/28/granny-snowflake-decoration/

    I used Vanna’s Glamour yarn in white and silver and they turned out great. Only takes half an hour to make one.

  3. jd wolfe on December 14, 2012 10:33 pm

    Coral,
    This is a very pretty snowflake. I like the pretty points. Thanks for sharing!
    jd

  4. Diane on December 15, 2012 7:54 am

    Thank you for the snowflake pattern, Do you have the pattern for the red Christmas stocking as well?

  5. jd wolfe on December 15, 2012 8:16 pm

    No, but there are similar ones online for free. Try crochetpatterncentral.com
    jd

  6. Karen Rudnicki on May 27, 2013 3:50 pm

    Where can I find the instructions for the crocheted pocket on your web site? craftgossip.com/page/183 posted on December 12. OR on page. http://crochet.craftgossip.com/quick-cute-crochet-christmas/2012/12/12/

    Karen Rudnicki

  7. jd wolfe on May 27, 2013 9:17 pm

    Karen,
    No specific pattern was given for this pocket. I included it because of the idea of using a crocheted piece as a pocket.
    jd

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