Amigurumi figures are always fun to make, and the ones designed for Christmas are perfect to use for decorating your home, or to give as gifts. I love the selection of designs available these days. Here are just a few of the patterns that made my list for this year.
Crocheted Rudolph Amigurumi Ornament
If you’re like me and my family, the holiday season kicks into high gear once we watch Rudolph and Frosty. Those two are our favorite Christmas specials and really get us in the holiday spirit. So what better way to keep that spirit with you throughout the holiday than with an adorable Rudolph ornament. I think that kids would love having this cute guy hanging on their tree. Free pattern for Rudolph ornament
We all hear about Christmas spirit, but what if you could literally make your own? With these Crocheted holiday spirits you can do just that. I think that these little guys are too cute! Perfect to make into ornaments, table displays, or maybe even for holding a name tag for seating assignments for Christmas dinner. Spread Christmas cheer every where you go when you crochet these Christmas amigurumi creatures (free pattern).
Crocheted Mini Snowman
I said that I like Frosty, so of course you know that I had to include a snowman pattern. Crochet a whole bunch to create a snowman family, or to use as gift tags for gifts that you give this year. Free pattern for crochet mini snowman
This cute little guy is named Howie the Holiday penguin and I think he’s the perfect little project to crochet for Christmas. Whether it’s to go in a Christmas stocking, or put on display as a decoration in your home, this Christmas penguin is a fun project that is sure to put a smile on all who see him.
This free crochet pattern is perfect for Thanksgiving and is ideal to put on display by hanging on your front door. The pattern was designed by Debi Yorston as a bib to make Thanksgiving fun for kids, but this is an example of where you can take a pattern and turn it into something that fits your needs. In addition to making it as a hanging wall decoration, you could also turn it into a throw pillow, or stuffed turkey decoration to display on a shelf.
Grab your free copy of this cute turkey pattern and crochet one for Thanksgiving. Your family will love having this little fella visiting your home for the holiday. Gobble! Gobble!
The leaves on the trees are bursting with color and now is the perfect time to make some Halloween crafts for your home and family. From round pumpkins to decorate your table, to adorable hats to keep the kids warm in the cooler weather, there are plenty of fun crochet projects to make with yarn that you already have on hand.
Here are some of my favorite crochet patterns for Halloween. All of these are free patterns, so grab a copy and get hooking. These all make great gifts too.
Inspired by the post that I wrote the other day about a Crocheted Flower Wedding Bouquet, I have been on a mission to find the prettiest crocheted flowers. Here are a few of my favorite crochet patterns to help you make different types of flowers. These flowers are perfect for making jewelry, embellishments to a crocheted bag, or as part of a stunning flower arrangement for your home.
Crochet Flower Patterns
This pattern collection gives you all the details to crochet 10 different types of flowers. I love it because this pattern set has the variety you need for creating a bouquet of flowers. Or, maybe a pretty piece of wall art?
Here are some more crocheted flower patterns that I like.