This crochet cowl is perfect for folks who want an easy-to memorize stitch pattern and a good excuse to use some stash yarn or yarn ends that haven’t yet found a home! All you need to make the Moss Stitch Cowl is two, 50g balls of yarn in different colors.
This lump of coal ornament makes a great gag gift, and it can double as a placeholder stocking stuffer for a gift too large for a stocking if someone’s been extra good this year.
This little ornament is crocheted in 7 pieces, joined with seaming, and stuffed for a unique look that won’t fall flat on your Christmas tree. If you’re not big into crocheting ornaments, you could 100% incorporate a pin back and wear this as a brooch! I think I know what I’m going to be accessorizing with for the next three weeks…
Get a free pattern for this crochet snowman Christmas ornament. Practice your amigurumi skills with this fun pattern!
Grab your crochet hooks! You can take this quick project from yarn ball to beer koozie before lunchtime on a lazy summer day.
These little dudes could not be more appropriate for the last two ornaments in our 12 ornaments of Christmas series – milk and cookies go totally hand in hand with Christmas Eve. I’ll have to do a Santa of some kind for next year to keep these cuties company on my tree!
Decorated with scrap yarn and simple straight pins, this little crochet ornament comes together super quick!
Shifting gears to explicitly holiday vibes is the seventh ornament in our series, a crochet peppermint.
Crochet up a tiny mug ornament in no time that works for the coffee addict, tea lover, or beer aficionado (picture a tall pint glass with white foam on top) on your list.