The holidays are a time for love and family and I always enjoy showing off my Christmas crochet creations to my family and friends. Here I have a round up of some awesome Christmas crochet patterns. All of these are free on our blog and we hope you will post pictures of how you have made these and displayed them in your home! These quick crochet projects for Christmas are ready for you to start today. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram!
Let’s start things off with this super simple, yet super stylish crochet table runner pattern. This looks so wonderful paired with burlap or another complimentary fabric underneath. This one is fast enough to work up and easy enough to do on autopilot (also known as crocheting while Netflixing). The repeating trellis stitch is so flexible and easy, but looks so classy!
This crochet table runner can be made to any length or width very easily. This one is great to try out some different holiday colors to match your decor.
I started looking around for some simple crochet coasters for the holidays. Just something that would be quick and easy and match my decor. All I could find were lots of ornament style coasters or ones with complex shapes or they were just a bit to plain.
Since I had had some success using ribbon as part of my crochet projects (check out my Ribbons & Bling scarf pattern), I decided to try some ribbon on my coasters.
Well, of course we use ribbons on presents, so my Christmas Present Coaster was born!
I do love a good Granny Square, but I didn’t feel like it really fit with the holiday theme or look, so I wanted to try a different type of square motif for this pillow.
Enter the Baltic Square Pillow! This one works up really quickly because the front is the Baltic Square and the back is a matching fabric. So, you only crochet the square big enough to fit the front of the pillow and then you whip stitch it to the fabric on the back! This quick crochet project for Christmas is just what your couch needs.
Two pillows in one!
How cute is this crochet tree skirt? In the post, you will see this skirt made in two different colors – one multicolored like this picture and then in a solid, traditional Christmas red. I can’t decide which one I like better!
The skirt pattern is really easy to follow and adds a special look to any tree. You can size it up or down to fit a little tabletop tree or a large one for your great room.
If you use a bulky yarn, this one works up really quickly.
So cute and so easy! This project is an awesome way to use up leftover yarn and to make tree decor that matches your other projects.
This one is also a great project for kids or beginners. It just uses the chain stitch and single crochet. But the finished product is anything but basic!
I added a jingle bell to the end of mine because my kids LOVE jingle bells! However, you could add some beads or a tassel too…whatever matches your tree.
My best friend has one of the cute little Christmas villages set up in her house for the holidays. You know the ones with all the little houses and little people and animals…so cute and festive!
So, with that holiday scene in mind, I decided to make some crochet trees that I thought would great make a great backdrop for one of those villages.
These chain trees are SO easy to make…just crochet a chain and glue to a styrofoam base. You can buy the base in different sizes or cut it down to the size you want. This Buttercream yarn is perfect for this project or you could go wild and do some other colors to match your decor!
This is a fun project that your kids can help out with too! This is also a great way to use up some leftover yarn and you can also customize it with other colors to match your own decor. The materials are really simple and this is a project you could finish in an afternoon.
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