It’s a wrap, folks! This year was our second time around knitting and crocheting our way through the holidays, making ornament-sized takes on everything from sweaters to Christmas cookies. Take a look at this year’s collection of ornaments and find links to each pattern in this post.
Aren’t these fun? This new trio of knit ornament patterns are all about adding pops of color to your Christmas tree. This star, heart and bauble are inspired by classic Christmas ornaments, and are the biggest of the ornament series.
These ornaments are inspired by holiday treats, and we’re going way beyond the classic sugar cookies and gingerbread men! We’ve got a super cute little meringue, cookies and milk for Santa and a colorful piece of wrapped Christmas candy to brighten our trees.
Brighten your tree with three knit ornaments inspired by winter gear!
If you’re looking to make your gifts just a little more personal this year, why not try knitting up a cozy for them? I think this wrapped wrap idea is perfect for smaller gifts like jewelry, but you can also adapt this pattern to fit a nice bottle of wine, coffee cup, or anything else you can think of.
Knit an adorable cable knit beanie for winter with this free pattern that comes in adult and children’s sizes.
Get the free Other People’s Houses Shawl pattern and pick up a copy of The Other People’s Houses by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock. We’ll be knitting this shawl and reading the book between October 10 and 31. Join us on Ravelry for a discussion of the book! Join the discussion, read the book or knit the shawl for your chance to win prizes!
The Peruvian Market Tote is made with a free crochet pattern designed to address the design flaws of amany crochet bags This teardrop-shaped tote is colorful and strong, made with a classic, durable, easy-to-care-for yarn.
A showstopper during baby shower gift opening, a hand knit or crochet baby blanket makes one of the best gifts. This perfectly squishy baby blanket is a relaxing and beginner friendly knit!