7 Free Crochet Patterns to Celebrate Christmas at Home

7 Free Crochet Patterns to Celebrate Christmas at Home

If you are staying home for the holidays this year, browse our collection of 7 Free Crochet Patterns to Celebrate Christmas at Home. You'll find crochet designs for free afghan patterns, ornaments for your tree, and more. Your family will appreciate the sentimental crocheted Christmas decorations, and each one of these items will definitely be cherished for years to come. For even more festive patterns to crochet for the holidays, download our eBook 11 Free Christmas Crochet Patterns for Your Home.

7 Free Crochet Patterns to Celebrate Christmas at Home

Celebrating the season in the comfort of your own home can be a very special time of the year, especially if you usually travel for the holidays. To make this year extra special, crochet your own holiday decorations for the house. These Christmas crochet designs would also be great holiday gifts to crochet for special friends and family.

Simple Christmas Tree SkirtSimple Christmas Tree Skirt: Decorating your tree isn't just about the ornaments and the angel at the top; the tree skirt can be just as important as the tree itself. This homemade crochet tree skirt is the perfect addition to anyone's Christmas decor. Plus, the beautiful ripple pattern makes this an easy crochet pattern to complete.

 

 

Holiday Stripes AfghanHoliday Stripes Afghan: Curl up by the fireplace with this beautiful crocheted afghan. Made with worsted weight yarn, this blanket is sure to keep you warm all winter. Ripple patterns are always an easy crochet pattern to complete, and everyone loves them. This will look great draped over your sofa during the holiday season.

 

 


 

 

Festive Cross Over AfghanFestive Cross Over Afghan: This red and green ripple afghan pattern is a classic crochet pattern for the holiday season. It's an easy afghan to make that will add a festive touch to any room. The bright colors are the perfect way to capture the magic of the holiday season. Snuggle up with this crocheted afghan this year, and every year that you celebrate Christmas at home.


 

 

Crochet Christmas BaublesFree Crochet Pattern for Christmas Baubles: Add some bling to your Christmas tree this year with these adorable bauble decorations. Make them in bright colors and add sequins and beads to give them a nice finishing touch. This is an easy crochet pattern to follow, so make as many as you'd like and give some as gifts to friends and family.

 

 

 

Jolly Santa OrnamentJolly Santa Ornament: Christmas trees aren't complete without jolly ol' St. Nick. This easy crochet pattern will surely become a family favorite. Kids and adults will both enjoy finding the perfect spot on the family tree for this cheerful ornament. It's so easy to make, you could make a bunch and also use them as festive gift toppers.
 

 

 


 

Crochet Holly StockingCrochet Holly Stocking: If you want to have a truly homemade holiday, crochet the whole family their own special stockings this year. We love this red and green holly stocking. It's an intermediate crochet pattern that uses two crochet hooks. Hang this beautiful stocking by the fireplace year after year and create unforgettable family memories.

 

 

 

 


 

Lacy Crochet StockingA Lacy Crochet Stocking: If your holiday decor is fancy and elegant, this is the perfect crochet pattern for you. This beautiful crocheted stocking is truly a timeless item to crochet and will blend in nicely with anyone's holiday decor. It's an advanced crochet pattern that uses an open work crochet technique to complete.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11 Free Christmas Crochet Patterns for Your HOme



For these patterns and more in our eBook 11 Free Christmas Crochet Patterns for Your Home.

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