I feel like bells were such a big part of midcentury holiday decorations, and you don’t seen them all that often these days. Well, bells make awesome holiday decor, and I’ve always been a sucker for midcentury Christmas anything. That’s why you’re getting this cute crochet bell pattern in today’s 12 ornaments of Christmas installment. Enjoy!
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Add a bit of warmth to your tree with a snuggly little stocking cap ornament. This wee hat is scrap yarn-friendly and quick to make!
Oh, what’s that? For me? Celebrate the season by making a festive little gift box ornament!
Even if you don’t want to knit up this sweet little heart as an ornament, it easily doubles as a nice gift topper or baby toy. As a gift, this simple knit heart could cheer even the humbuggiest of Scrooges!
Between now and December 25, I’m going to share 12 ornaments for Christmas, all of which will be a free knitting pattern, crochet pattern or a yarn craft. I’ve got some great ideas planned for this series that I’m super excited about, so let’s kick things off with a sweet, knitted star.
A roundup of twelve ornaments (from my own tree!) you can DIY this holiday season!
Christmas comes just once a year – celebrate with cute crochet ornaments! Check out this post for three free amigurumi patterns for a jaunty Santa hat, cheery mug & a sweet mini Christmas tree ornament!
The Ornaments of Christmas were published between 2015-2018 on the Hands Occupied Blog. All of them are available for free on the blog (thanks to Lion Brand Yarn) and available as ad-free, printer-friendly PDFs for $1 each in the Hands Occupied Shop. For folks new to the series, here’s a bit about how where the series got…
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.