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          Have Yourself a Crafty Christmas with Crocheted Christmas Decorations


          My favorite kinds of Christmas decorations are the handmade ones — especially when they've been passed down from other family members. I have a few crocheted Christmas decorations, from ornaments to fuzzy little coasters that have been used for decades to hold apple cider and hot chocolate.

          If you're picky about your holiday decor, don't worry. Crocheted Christmas decorations can fit just about any theme. You can crochet a snowy woodland scene, a few Santa-approved elves, and even decor that gives a nod to holiday sweets. Plus, it just gives you another excuse to craft while listening to Christmas carols and eating your weight in Christmas cookies.

          Grab a crochet hook and some hot chocolate, then settle in with these crocheted Christmas decorations.

          Photo via Bluprint member AllSoCute

          Crochet Christmas Tree

          Deck the halls with this cute little tree that stands nearly 8" tall. It's small enough to fit anywhere, from a mantel to your coffee table. Want a bigger tree? Just use a larger crochet hook and heavier yarn.

          Get the Crochet Christmas Tree pattern here.

          Photo via Bluprint member Lyubava Crochet

          Candle Holder Christmas Red Star

          Candles are festive, but candles resting in a red Christmas star? Now, that is festive. Whip up a few of these stars with scrap yarn in pretty holiday colors. Bonus points for sparkles!

          Get the Candle Holder Christmas Red Star pattern here.

          Photo via Bluprint member CraftingFriends

          Diamond Christmas Tree Skirt

          This pattern comes with three size options, so you can crochet a tree skirt for any tree, whether it's a 5-foot-tall tree in your living room or a 3-foot-tall tree in your bedroom. Not crazy about the candy cane-inspired stripes? Make one in a solid color that matches your other Christmas decor.

          Get the Diamond Christmas Tree Skirt pattern here.

          Photo via Bluprint instructor Stacey Trock

          Woodland Bear

          I love woodland-themed decor for Christmas, like these cute little bears. The pattern for these bears can be yours if you enroll in  Amigurumi: Woodland Animals  with Stacey Trock. You'll learn to make these bears, plus a deer, raccoon, and bluebird. All of these can be incorporated into your Christmas decor. Wouldn't they look cute surrounded by pine cones and a snowy scene?

          Read more about the Woodland Bear pattern here.
          Enroll in Amigurumi: Woodland Animals here.

          Photo via Bluprint member Anabelia Craft Design

          Six-Pointed Star Christmas Garland

          I can think of a couple of places to hang this garland. Maybe on the stair banisters, the mantel, the Christmas tree, the wall? You could even crochet the stars solo and use them as coasters! Plus, the pattern is free, so add it to your Bluprint cart, download it instantly, and start crocheting the stars today.

          Get the FREE Six-Pointed Star Christmas Garland pattern here. 


          Photo via Bluprint member FlyingDutchman

          14 Christmas Ornaments

          You'll find everything from holly to gingerbread men and candy canes in this huge collection of Christmas ornaments. They're not just ornaments; you can use them as brooches and other embellishments or just random decorations around the house.

          Get the 14 Christmas Ornaments pattern here.

          Photo via Bluprint member Jennifer Pionk

          Perfectly Plaid Christmas Stocking

          Stockings are meant to be stuffed with tiny presents, sure, but this one can do double duty as a decoration. Hang stockings long before Santa arrives so you'll have plenty of time to enjoy them.

          Get the Perfectly Plaid Christmas Stocking pattern here.


          Photo via Bluprint member StudioNyske

          Rainbow Christmas Tree

          Christmas decorations in non-traditional colors are a great way to shake up your usual decor. Use yarns from your stash to make up a whole forest of these cute little trees and place them where your guests can admire them.

          Get the Rainbow Christmas Tree pattern here.

          Do you use crochet in your Christmas decor? We'd love to hear about it in the comments!

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