Quick, Cute, Crochet, Christmas

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?

Comments

  1. Diane says

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

  2. says

    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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