This pattern is easy, fast and most importantly, adorable! I can’t stress enough how much attention these got! Not to mention, they did help keep me warm when I paired them with boots and a dress!
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The Christmas Trees pattern by Rachel, The Farmer’s Wife works up super quickly and easily. It is a great market-make or a fast addition to your holiday home decor! You can use the pattern to make a single tree or a set of three staggered trees. Just be warned – this pattern is addicting! Before you know it, you’ll have a whole forest of trees. These are perfect for decorating or using as toys for kiddos. You can leave them plain or dress them up with extra decorations. However you make them, I’m sure you are going to love this pattern!
This stocking pattern is just amazing! I love the ease of it, not to mention the speed at which it can be done in. If you need to make a whole family set of stockings, you could whip that out in a weekend! Be sure to check out all the variation ideas given in the pattern for different looks and finishes!
This Christmas tree ornament came to life, when holiday vibes hit and I just felt the urge to hook up something Christmassy. I can already feel the magic of the holidays kickin in.
This fun mosaic crochet mini stocking is so versatile – hang it from your mantel or staircase in classic stocking form or hang it from your tree as an ornament, use it as a gift card holder or to house silverware on the Christmas table, make a bunch for an advent calendar and so much more!
This C2C Santa Coaster is worked in half double crochet boxes that is perfect for Christmas cocoa while you’re enjoying your favorite holiday movie! You can also use this little square as a mini washcloth, or large facial scrubbie.
There is something special about the classic, traditional granny square that always warms my heart! Let me show you how to turn a simple granny square into a Christmas ornament in 4 sizes!
How to crochet the Buffalo Plaid Shay Coasters, which is an worked in simple single crochet stitches. You can also use this little square as a mini washcloth, or a large facial scrubbie.
Don’t be intimidated by the fur. This little stocking is a great market make and can be made as an ornament or a gift card holder. This is an easy pattern to follow. No one can make just one! Raid your stash and get busy. You’ll love how they turn out!
How to make your own buffalo plaid plastic canvas coaster perfect for a holiday tablescape any time of the year, or use on an entryway table under a candle.