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35 Free Crochet Christmas Decoration Patterns

Looking for inspiration for your crochet Christmas decorations? I can help!

These 35 fabulous crochet patterns I’ve chosen for Christmas will have you excited to get your hook out and start crocheting.

I’ve gathered heartwarming designs that capture the essence of Christmas. From charming ornaments that will adorn your tree with love, to stylish accessories you’ll find patterns that cater to all skill levels.

montage of 4 photos showing granny square Christmas stockings, a crocheted angel, a crocheted reindeer and a crocheted blanket

If you’re looking to decorate your home with traditional Christmas colours, I’ve got you covered. And if you’re looking for your crochet Christmas to be that little bit different, you’ll find something here too.

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Need to hook up a quick secret Santa or gift for friends or family?  These projects are quick (and fun!). I have more projects for you to browse in these free crochet gnome patterns – perfect for gifting or decorating your own home.

Whether for yourself or someone else, these crochet patterns for Christmas designed by myself and other makers will, I’m sure, give you inspiration.

For most of these makes, you’ve probably got suitable yarn in your stash and if you need to buy your yarn, these smaller projects won’t cost you much.

Yarn used in the free crochet patterns below:

  • DK Acrylic
  • DK Cotton Blend
  • Worsted/Aran Acrylic
  • 4 ply/ fingering yarn cotton
  • sport weight Cotton
  • Sock weight
  • Bulky/Chunky Acrylic

Do you have any of these yarns in your stash?  Just pick up your hook and you’re ready to go.

Snowflakes and reindeer pattern with the title 'Crochet Christmas'

Crochet Christmas Decoration Patterns

Clicking on the ‘continue reading’ button will take you directly to the free pattern.

Some of the projects below do need materials other than your yarn and hook.

You’ll find ideas in my Amazon shop to help you.

The majority of these patterns are written using US crochet terms.

For my UK crocheters, the table below is a conversion of basic crochet stitches from US to UK.

US Crochet TermsUK Crochet Terms
single crochet (sc)double crochet (dc)
half double crochet (hdc)half treble crochet (htr)
double crochet (dc)treble crochet (tr)
treble (tr)double treble (dtr)
double treble (dtr)triple treble (trtr)

1. Easy Crochet Christmas Tree (granny squares)

montage of three photos showing the steps to crochet a Christmas tree

Crochet my Christmas tree using granny squares.

This is a quick and easy crochet project that will spice up your holiday decorating and create a talking point with your guests.

What I loved about this crochet project is the almost endless possibilities of design.

I chose traditional Christmas colours for my tree but you could choose any colour to fit your Christmas décor.

You will need:

  • Yarn from your stash – either Aran/Worsted or 2 strands of DK
  • Crochet Hook – 5mm for Aran/Worsted, 4mm for DK
  • Beads
  • Bows
  • Star
  • Thread for sewing
  • Haberdashery needle
  • Scissors

If you enjoy working with granny squares, have a browse of these granny square projects and patterns

2. Snowman Gift Bag

crocheted snowman sack - snowman head and hat - with silver stars and baubles surrounding it

Raymond the Snowman Gift Bag is an easy, fun and cute project.

Make him as an alternative to a Christmas stocking and fill him with gifts, not just for the kids, but for adults too.

I’ve used basic stitches in this free crochet pattern; double crochet (US single crochet) for the snowman’s head, nose and eyes; Alpine stitch for his hat.

Materials and Supplies

  • 50g DK in white
  • 50g DK in turquoise
  • Small amount of Aran/Worsted in black
  • Crochet hook 4mm
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

3. Mini Christmas Stocking Crochet Pattern

Screenshot from Instagram showing 4 mini crochet Christmas stockings
Jera’s Jamboree

The crochet pattern is to make a mini stocking advent calendar, however, I used the pattern to make bunting that I strung across my fireplace. 

I added pearl embellishments on the string I crocheted (spaced evenly) and it gave the Christmas bunting that little bit of sparkle.

You could also use the mini stockings as crochet Christmas ornaments to decorate your tree.

Use yarn from your stash to make this adorable mini Christmas stocking.

The pattern uses cotton blend DK but I used acrylic and my bunting came out great.

4. Granny Square Christmas Stocking Pattern

white fireplace with a Christmas wreath on top and 6 granny square Christmas stockings hung up
The New Lighter Life

This free pattern gives instructions for a basic granny square and takes you step-by-step through assembling the granny squares to make your Christmas stocking – how to make the heel, toe and calf.  There’s also an option to follow the pattern via video.

Materials needed:

  • Yarn Amount – Less than 1 skein of yarn will make one stocking
  • Yarn Type – You can use various types of yarns, but worsted/Aran works best
  • Crochet Hook 5.5mm (I)
  • Tapestry Needle

This is a quick and easy crochet project – in only 16 granny squares you’ll have your brand new Christmas stocking to hang up ready for Santa to fill 🙂

5. Snowman Christmas Stocking

Christmas Stocking crocheted with a snowman face and scarf in turquoise and white
Made By Mary

How cute is this crochet snowman stocking!  Kids will love to hang him up.


  • Worsted weight yarn
  • 2 – 12 mm plastic safety eyes
  • Crochet hook size F/5 (3.75mm) & H/7 (5.00mm)
  • Yarn needle
  • Stitch markers
  • Fiberfill or stuffing of your choice

This is a 7-page paid pattern.

Finished stocking size is approximately 16”.

6. Holly Berry Stocking

a crocheted stocking in red and white hung on a fireplace
The Purple Poncho

I love the fur on the cuff of this free pattern.  The red and white are really effective aren’t they!  I couldn’t resist this one.


  • Red Heart With Love: Color B: Holly Berry (1 Skein)
  • Red Heart With Love Metallic: Color A: White (1 Skein)
  • Red Heart Fur: Color C: Polar – 3 yards
  • Hook – Size J, 6.00 mm, Size N, 10.00 mm
  • Stitch Marker (1)
  • Tapestry Needle for weaving in the ends

This pattern uses V-Stitch, Berry Stitch, Treble 2 Crochet Together (US double 2 crochet together) and a standing stitch.  If you haven’t worked with these stitches yet, this pattern includes instructions.

7. Crochet Christmas Baubles/Christmas Balls

montage of 4 photos showing different views of crocheted Christmas baubles
Annie Design Crochet

These fun and easy to make baubles are so versatile.  A great project for using up your yarn stash – crochet them in different colourways for hanging on your Christmas tree.

You’ll find a written pattern AND a video (head over to my crochet tips for speeding up or slowing down videos) so whatever your learning style, you’ll be able to crochet your own.

Materials you need:

  • Scheepjes Catona or Scheepjes Cotton 8 – small amounts in assorted colours
  • Crochet hook – 2.5mm
  • Christmas ball – 3” in diameter (use some from last year’s decorations!)
  • Yarn needle to sew your ball together

You can use any 4ply/sport weight cotton yarn. If you use a DK weight yarn (and a 3.5mm hook) you will probably eliminate the last 2 rows in order for crochet piece to fit.

8. Amigurumi Christmas Bauble Patterns

A modern Christmas tree (bare branches) has crocheted baubles handing from the branches - a snowman, a robin, a reindeer and a Christmas pudding
Mel’s Crochet Hook

Crochet your own four adorable amigurumi baubles of a Christmas pudding, reindeer, robin and snowman.

Materials you need:

You will need:

  • DK/light-worsted yarn in dark brown, light brown, white, black, yellow/orange, green and red
  • 3mm crochet hook
  • Toy stuffing
  • Yarn/tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Round-headed pins (recommended to help with positioning parts before sewing)

You’ll need basic crocheting skills to follow these easy patterns.

This is a paid pattern.

9. Christmas Bauble Crochet Pattern

Crocheted Christmas baubles in pastel colours with gold decoration
Thoresby Cottage

Don’t have a bauble handy to crochet around?  No worries.  This pattern shows you how to crochet a bauble and all you’ll need is toy stuffing.

There’s a basic pattern followed by instructions on how to add the embellishments. All easy to follow.

Materials needed:

  • 2.75mm crochet hook
  • Stuffing
  • Neutral coloured sewing thread (for hanging)
  • Yarn needle
  • Gold Lurex crochet yarn or equivalent embroidery floss
  • Fingering/sport weight cotton in the following colors:
  • White (Scheepjes 106 – snow white)
  • Pink (Scheepjes 408 – old rose)
  • Beige: (Scheepjes 257 – antique mauve)
  • Lilac (Scheepjes 399 – lilac mist)
  • Green (Scheepjes 402 – silver green)

You can also use DK cotton (your bauble will be slightly larger), simply adjust hook size.

10. Christmas Star Crochet Pattern

crocheted 6 point star in red, green and white
Jera’s Jamboree

Crochet a star with these easy-to-follow instructions.

Instructions are for a placemat size but you can make your star smaller by going down hook sizes or substituting the treble crochet stitch (US double crochet) for double crochet (US single crochet).   Changing to sport weight or fingering yarn would work too.

Threading sparkly yarn through the middle will turn the star into a gorgeous decoration for your tree.

You will need:

  • Small amount of red, green and white DK yarn (or colours of your choice)
  • 5.5mm crochet (or hook size to match size of star)
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors

Use the yarn from your stash.  Crochet the star in one colour or separate colours.  Lots of choices.

11. Easy Crochet Star Ornament

Crochet a 5-pointed star to decorate your Christmas tree following the instructions in this video.

You’ll need:

  • Cotton Yarn
  • 2.5mm Crochet Hook
  • Needle for weaving in ends

There’s a text overlay too.  If you prefer to read your instructions, you’ll be okay following this video.

YouTube thumbnail showing two stars, one crocheted in red and one in white

Mixing the star pattern above with a granny stitch star in this bunting roundup will give your decor extra sparkle.

12. Amigurumi Angel Ornament Pattern

Crocheted angel decoration in white
Oombawka Design Crochet

How cute is this crochet angel!  And it doesn’t need stiffening – it stands on its own.  Great if you don’t want to mess around with fabric stiffener!

Although designed for a tabletop, you could easily add ribbon to hang from your tree.

Materials you need:

  • Yarn: Worsted/Aran (7 oz/198 g; 364 yds/333 m) in white
  • Hook: 4.0 mm (angel), 2.25 mm (halo)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle
  • Stitch Marker
  • Cotton filling
  • Gold Bow Wire (halo)

Your finished angel size is approximately 5 inches tall (not including the halo), 5 inches wide from wing-tip to wing-tip.

13. Lacy Angel Ornament

2 crocheted angels in a lacy pattern
5 Little Monsters

Really quick to make, this crochet lacy angel ornament would look fab decorating your tree.

You will need:

  • Fine or /AranWorsted Weight Yarn in White (or your desired colour)
  • 4.00mm (G/6) Crochet Hook for Worsted/Aran  or 3.50mm (E/4) Fine
  • Fiberfill
  • Heavy Thread (for hanging)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle

Finished size:  6.5″ with #4 yarn and G hook, 5.5″ with #2 yarn and E hook.

There are a loads of crochet snowflake patterns available!  The two below are my favourites.

14. Crochet Snowflake Patterns

crocheted snowflakes in silver and red

I think this pattern is a great representation of how snowflakes actually look. 

The pattern is in Spanish and English.  English instructions are after the Spanish so scroll down.

Materials needed:

  • Wool or cotton yarn
  • 3mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

Crocheted in only 3 rounds, this is a quick project.  Use the yarn in your stash and make a few to decorate your Christmas tree.

15. Crochet Snowflake Wall Hanging

2 hanging crochet snowflake decorations
Blue Star Crochet

I particularly like this pattern, a cross between a star and a snowflake.

Materials needed:

  • King Cole Cottonsoft; (DK weight; 210m per 100g ball; 100% cotton) x 1 ball in White
  • 4 mm crochet hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • PVA glue
  • Blocking mat
  • Pins
  • Cling film
  • Holy or pine tree branch

Crochet several snowflakes and use as a wall-hanging or you could use them as hanging ornaments to decorate your tree.  I think these snowflakes would also look fab as part of your gift wrapping.

Prefer your patterns ad free? This pattern is also available as a PDF download on Etsy.

16. Crochet Dog Sweater Pattern (snowflake tapestry)

mixed breed dog wearing a sweater crocheted in green and white with a snowflake on the back
Jera’s Jamboree

If you’re a dog owner, don’t leave your pet out of your Christmas crochet. 

My dog sweater pattern with a tapestry snowflake will not only keep your pet warm but they’ll be the best dressed too 🙂

Materials you need:

  • 200g Worsted/Aran Yarn Main Colour
  • 100g Aran/Worsted yarn White
  • 5mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle (for weaving in ends)

Fitting small to medium sized dogs, this pattern is also easy to adapt for any size. 

17. Christmas Cone Tree

small and larger crocheted Christmas tree in a cone shape and both in green and decorated with buttons
Lily Sugar n Cream

This free pattern gives instructions for how to Crochet a large and smaller Christmas Cone tree.

You will need:

  • Lily® Sugar’n Cream® (2.5 oz/70.9 g; 120 yds/109 m) – Hot Green (01712) 1 ball makes Large and Small Trees or Large Tree – (24 m / 27 yds)  Small Tree – (17 m / 19 yds)
  • 4mm Crochet Hook (Size U.S. G/6) or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Stuffing


This will look just as gorgeous without decorations.  You could also tack sparkly yarn or tinsel on if you want more than a minimal look.

18. Crochet Christmas Tree (on a stand)

stuffed crochet triangles decorated in stars and glued to a base to represent Christmas trees
Nana’s Crafty Home

I love how simple it is to crochet a Christmas tree with this free pattern.

The tree panels are crocheted from the top down in rows using double crochet (US single crochet).

Materials needed:

  • Lion Brand Color Made Easy Weight 5/Bulky (100% acrylic, 7 oz/247 yds)
  • Crochet hook 6.5mm (K/10.5)

There are so many variables too!  Use different colours, decorations and sizes to customise and make this project truly unique.

19. Crochet Christmas Tree (flat)

montage of two photos 1) bean stitch Christmas tree decoration hanging on a tree  2) bean stitch Christmas tree strung on bunting with oranges
Stitching Together

The bean stitch is really effective on this applique Christmas tree.  It gives the tree a lovely texture.

If this is a new crochet stitch to you, there is a very clear, step-by-step, photo tutorial to guide you.

Materials needed:

  • US size E/4, 3.5 mm crochet hook
  • Worsted Category 4 yarn – 11 yds (.21 oz) of Premier Everyday Anti-Pilling in Cream or Pine Green
  • Large Eye Yarn Needle
  • Hand Needle and Thread
  • Optional: scrap amount of brown yarn for trunk

Use as an ornament to hang on your Christmas tree or string together to make bunting. 

If you go up a couple of hook sizes and use chunky/bulky yarn, add a few rows, crochet two then sew together and add stuffing, you would have a cute cushion.

What other ideas do you have?

20. Ruffle Fir Crochet Christmas Tree

If you’re looking for a realistic fir tree to crochet, this is the pattern for you.

The pattern includes sizes for a small, medium and large tree, plus instructions on how to complete your project with the required accessories.

The pattern download link is in the video description.  I suggest you have a copy of the pattern to follow the instructions in the video.

If the video is going too fast for you, I have a tip that will help you.

Youtube thumbnail showing 2 crocheted Christmas Trees

21. Braided Crochet Wreath

Christmas wreath in braided crochet and crocheted poinsettias in red and white
Pattern Paradise

This pattern uses traditional Christmas colours but you could change it up.  I’m thinking you could keep the poinsettia flowers the same but crochet the braids in different colours, whatever you have in your yarn stash.


  • Red Heart Strata, bulky weight yarn; 1 ball of each Red, White, Teal, Red Heart Super Saver – Red – 160 yards, White – 80 yards, Green – 80 yards, Gold – 10 yards
  • Crochet Hook 5.00mm (US H)
  • Crochet Hook 5.50mm (US I)
  • Yarn Needle

This free pattern has a photo tutorial for braiding and for sewing the petals.

22. Granny Square Christmas Wreath

granny square Christmas wreath in red, white and green with an elf sat in the middle
Eye Love Knots

With the explosion of the popularity of granny square accessories this year, this wreath is right on trend!

You’ll crochet 3 rounds for each granny square and a total of 20 granny squares. 

Materials you need:

  • Small Amount of Worsted Weight Yarn
  • Crochet Hook 4.25mm (G6)
  • Crochet Hook 5.00mm (H8)
  • Tapestry Needle for Weaving and Sewing
  • 12″ Extruded Styrofoam Wreath Form

I think these wreaths would make awesome gifts!  You could choose a different option for each one. 

This free amigurumi elf pattern would fit perfectly! 

What else could you add to your wreath?

23. Crochet Christmas Wreath

Christmas wreath crocheted with santa, candy cane, reindeer, holly and gingerbread men

Create your own adorable Christmas wreath in just a few days!

This easy-to-follow pattern includes detailed instructions on how to crochet and assemble all the parts.

Basic crocheting skills are used: chain, single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, puff stitch, increasing and decreasing.

Patterns included for Santa, Reindeer, Bell, Heart, Gingerbread, Candies, Leaves, beads and wreath.


  • 4.0 mm and 2.5 mm hook
  • Cotton and worsted yarn
  • Black, white embroidery thread
  • Safety eyes 8.00 and 6.00 mm
  • Stuffing
  • Yarn needle
  • Stitch marker
  • Metal ring – 300 mm (12 inch) in diameter (Styrofoam wreath, wooden round ring)

This fun wreath will look fab on your child’s bedroom door.

This is a paid pattern.

24. Amigurumi Snowman Pattern

crocheted snowman in a turquoise hat, scarf and gloves standing next to a small Christmas tree
One and Two Company

Not only is this crochet snowman cute, but he comes with an adoption certificate! 

Crochet for the kids, grandkids and friends – they’ll treasure Sky The Happy Snowman.

This pattern includes:

  • Written in 5 languages: English, German, Dutch, Spanish and French.
  • Certificate of Adoption to print (in all 5 languages)

Crocheted in Super Bulky yarn, he’ll be ready in no time.

  • Skill Level: Easy / Intermediate
  • Measurement (height): 16 inches (41 cm)

This is a paid pattern.  If you want to save even more time, the snowman is available to purchase as kit (yarn included).

25. Crochet Snowman Pattern

snowman crocheted in white and wearing a blue hat and scarf
Moara Crochet

These easy-to-follow instructions will have your snowman joining your Christmas decorations in no time.

All body parts are worked in a spiral (browse my crochet tips for hacks when working amigurumi). The hat, scarf and bag are turned after every row.


  • 2.5mm (US C) Crochet hook
  • 100 meters DK cotton yarn (white)
  • 2 meters DK cotton yarn (brown)
  • 1 meter of DK cotton yarn (orange)
  • 1 meter of DK cotton yarn (black)
  • 20 meters of any yarn of your choosing for the hat and scarf with the matching crochet hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • Stuffing

Snowman is approximately 15cm tall and 7cm across.

26. Crochet Mini Holiday Hats

mini crochet Christmas Santa Hats in red and white and stripes
Repeat Crafter Me

Looking for a quick project?  These Santa mini hats take less than 30 minutes!

Use yarn in your stash and crochet them in different colour combinations.  Embroider a little face to create a gingerbread or snowman version.  This free pattern is so versatile.

Supplies needed:

  • Aran/Worsted Yarn in Red and White (for Santa) and any other colours you need/want for your other hats
  • 5mm (H) Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Tiny pom-poms (optional) for face embellishments
  • Hot Glue Gun to attach the faces on the Snowman and Gingerbread Man Hats (optional)

These would look great as bunting or tree decorations.  Or even covers for chocolate such as Terry’s Chocolate Orange (always a favourite at Christmas!).

If you struggle with written patterns, there’s a video for you to follow too.

27. Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt

the lower part of a Christmas tree dressed in a crocheted skirt in pinks and greens
Left in Knots

Here’s another quick project for you. 

The aran/worsted weight yarn is worked double-stranded (yarn from two balls/skeins together) meaning it works up quickly.

Supplies needed:

  • 1-2 skeins of white aran/worsted weight yarn. The project requires approx 1200 yards of aran/worsted weight yarn total.
  • 8.0mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

Whether you’re looking for crochet Christmas decorations to make last minute or planning ahead, this easy Christmas tree skirt should be on your radar.  Simple but very effective!

28. 12 Point Christmas Tree Skirt Crochet Pattern

Crochet this tree skirt to any size, using any colour palette. 

It has a button closure along the seam so the neat, 12 points are maintained. No difficult stitches, no tricky borders, no fiddling with button holes! This crochet pattern is suitable for beginners.

If you prefer to follow a written pattern, you can purchase this pattern on Etsy.

29. Christmas Tree Ornament Gingerbread House

Crochet Gingerbread House is decorating a Christmas tree
Knitted Story Bears

I LOVE this gingerbread house. 

If you can chain, slip stitch, double crochet (US single crochet), decrease and crochet in rounds and rows, you’ll love this project.

You will need:

  • Sport weight yarn in brown, cream, red and gold
  • 2.00mm crochet hook
  • Fiberfill for stuffing
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle

The photo tutorial is amazing – 72 photos take you through every step of the process.

You can also purchase an ad-free PDF on Etsy.

30. Gingerbread Man Crochet Pattern

Staying with the gingerbread theme, this cute gingerbread man pattern is great for beginners.

There’s a text overlay on the video itself and the pattern is written in full in the description of the video. 

I think these would look great strung together to make a bunting!

31. Rudy the Reindeer

amigurumi reindeer sitting upright
Tales of Twisted Fibers

So blooming cute! 

Made with sock weight yarn and 2.5 mm hook, crocheted Rudy the Reindeer is around 4.5 inches tall.

The pattern uses basic stitches (if you know how to make a magic ring, double crochet (US single crochet stitch), increase and decrease, you’re set to go!).

Rudy is relatively quick to work up, making this amigurumi reindeer the perfect Christmas project.

The PDF is free to download too!

32. Amigurumi reindeer pattern

Crocheted reindeer sitting next to a cone
Cuddly Stitches Craft

No Christmas is complete without a reindeer 🙂

This easy to follow intermediate crochet pattern for a reindeer works up to a finished size of 25.5cm / 10 inches (when seated) and 34.5cm / 13.5 inches (from tip of the antlers to toes)

Materials needed:

any weight of yarn or type of fibre but Fine Sport #2 = 4 ply OR Light Worsted #3 = DK is recommended

The pattern uses:

  • Fine Sport #2 = 4 ply – 55% cotton and 45% acrylic, – 2x ball of beige yarn – YarnArt Jeans – colour 07 – (50g/160m), – 1x ball of dark brown yarn – YarnArt Jeans – colour 70 – (50g/160m), – 1x ball of cream yarn – YarnArt Jeans – colour 03 – (50g/160m)

For the hairy bands on arms and legs:

  • Light Worsted #3 = DK – 100% polyester – 1x ball of cream yarn – Stylecraft Eskimo eyelash yarn – colour 5211 – (50g/90m)

Other materials used:

  • a long piece of red sport or light worsted yarn for nose embroidery
  • a long piece of black thread yarn for mouth embroidery
  • polyester fibre fill

Equipment needed:

  • crochet hook 2.5mm = B/1
  • scissors
  • yarn needle
  • pins with large heads
  • stitch marker or thin yarn to use instead
  • 12mm safety eyes

This pattern is free but also available to buy on Etsy.  If you purchase the PDF (which includes many photos), Petra is happy to help you if you have a problem.

33. Crochet Christmas Blanket

crocheted blanket in red with white triangles on either end draped over a chair
Jera’s Jamboree

Learn a new crochet technique with my Christmas blanket.

If you haven’t changed colour before or tried the tapestry technique, this is a great introduction with only 10 rows at the start of the blanket and 10 rows at the end using this technique.

You will need:

  • Aran/Worsted yarn – 650g for the main colour and 150g for the contrasting colour
  • 5mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle (for sewing in ends)

White Christmas trees, snow laden paths and toasty hot fires …

34. Traditional Crochet Christmas Blanket

Traditional Christmas Blanket in stripes of snowflakes, bells and gingerbread men is draped over a grey chair
Made By Anita

The Christmas Eve Wishes blanket is a newly released free crochet pattern (as at 13th July 2022).

Broken down into six sections, this will also be running this as a CAL (Crochet – a – long) for 6 weeks from mid October.

Section One : Stripes and bobbles 

Section Two: Snowflakes

Releasing 18th July

Section 3 – Gingerbread People

Section 4 – Father Christmas hats

Releasing 25th July

Section 5 – Snowflakes

Section 6 – Finishing, faces and border

The photo tutorials will help you if you get stuck.

Materials needed:

  • Your Choice of dk yarn –  280g  Cream, 180g  Red, 150g Green, 50g Beige, a few metres of dark brown to embroider the faces on the gingerbread people
  • 1 metre of ribbon for the bows on the gingerbread people. The pattern uses 1cm wide gingham ribbon, but you can crochet these if you prefer
  • 4mm hook
  • 4.5mm hook. Rows with colour changes tend to be a little tighter than single colour rows Changing to a larger hook will keep your tension even and edges completely straight
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • A pompom maker or cardboard to make the optional pompoms

Download my free pompom template.

You can use any type or weight of yarn you like for this blanket, just change to the recommended hook size for that yarn.

35. Christmas Pudding Amigurumi

two crocheted Christmas puddings

This easy pattern shows you step-by-step in photos how to crochet the separate parts of the Christmas pudding and then how to assemble.


  • Worsted/Aran weight yarn in brown, white, green and red
  • 8mm safety eyes (or you could embroider the eyes with cotton thread)
  • Black embroidery thread
  • Stuffing
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle

A lovely quick project that everyone will love!

Happy crocheting!

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