Crochet Christmas Baubles


Crochet Christmas Baubles


Crocheted Christmas Baubles
Crocheted Christmas Baubles

These Crochet Christmas Baubles are the best homemade ornaments you'll ever find. These beautiful ball ornaments are easy to make and will look stunning on your family Christmas tree. These would also make excellent gifts for the holidays, too.

Make the whole collection to cover the entire tree with precious homemade ornaments that will impress all your house guests. Christmas crochet ideas like this one are not to be missed. This crochet pattern is easy and adorable, so there is no reason not to cover your home with your own ornament creations.


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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The colors used need to be a little more festive, but this tutorial is pretty straight forward and very easy to follow along. The designer shows lots of pictures as the project is worked to keep you on track of how yours should be looking at different stages throughout. Very well put together pattern.

If you can still find the Lion Brand Bon Bons yarn packs these would be so great for this crochet project. They come in a jewel tone pack- amazing! I like the idea of putting a set of 12 inside a beautiful chipboard decorative box, and giving them as a heartfelt and hand made gift for the new apartment dwellers, or the the brand new home owners.

The first thing I saw when I opened this link was what a perfect gift for a cat lover! If youve ever tried to keep a cat (or toddlers) away from the Christmas tree, you know exactly what Im talking about. The directions are pretty straightforward, but the author does work the cap (shes calling it a toggle) separately. The only photos are regarding how to create and attach the cap to the crocheted ball. Wish I could find that gold metallic crochet thread around here.

These are very cute and versital. They would make a perfect gift for a college student decorating their room or someone with their first apartment. Storage is a snap because they won't break when moving as young people seem to do often. At least the ones in my life did. Definitely a project for next summer.

I have all kinds of color ideas to make with these. It would be a great way to do a color themed Christmas tree, and they're non-breakable! I like how they are packaged in the image,in the gift box, these would make a great gift for someone. I would crochet a dozen and put them in a charming wrapped hostess box.

Twin one year old grandsons and a cat equal non breakable ornaments. These are just great. After I get done making the basic item, I will embroider their names on them and put stars, ric rac and other embellishments on them to dress them up. I can also add them to a wreath. Thanks for the great pattern.

I'd love to get your Book on the Christmas Ornaments Please, how do I go about it, please come back to me on this. Thank-you

The Granny Square Stocking Ornament I'm going to try and make one. (What a Gr8t Idea.)

To Print: Go to your toolbar in the upper left hand side of the screen, where it says File, click and a list of options opens, I advise you to select Preview Print, so you can choose what pages you want to print, when you know what you want to print select Print and follow the instructions. Hope it works for you.

I have tried every way possible to print this pattern {Crocheted Christmas Baubles} and there are pictures all up and down the right side and covers up half the printing. Can somebody out there that can help? Thank You, Shirley Severa e-mail is

try screen grabbing it ,save and print,that way you can custom full window or sections you want,hope this helps

I would suggest highlighting the text you would like to print then right click the highlighted text and select print from options. This way you ONLY get the text you want.

t took me a bit to do the first one, but after that, I made 4 in one day! I'm going try them next with regular arcrylic yarn next!

These are super easy to make! I used varigated cotten and put some pretty beads to make them sparkle! I'll be making alot more to give as gifts especially to newlyweds!

I think they're great! They won't break when my cats knock the tree over. They're pretty as they are or you can embellish them any way you please.

They are great for a quicky, but I think I'd like them better with beads or sparkle.

I love these! I'm thinking of doing them in stripes or embroidering them after they're finished to make them even prettier.


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