Letter to Santa Ornament


Letter to Santa Ornament


Letter to Santa Ornament
Letter to Santa Ornament

"This easy beginner friendly envelope christmas ornament is so simple to make! It consists of simple stitches, and is so much fun for the holiday season - great for adding to a tree or decorating a present! THE TRADITION: Write a letter to Santa! If you have kiddos in the house, take this tradition literally. Take a moment to talk about gratefulness and how fortunate we are to be visited by the big guy from the North Pole. Our letters to him always included a big ole thank you! If you don’t have munchkins running around, or your munchkins are too big and too cool to write to Santa, think about who has been a “Santa” in your life. This is an easy level crochet pattern, and the techniques you will need to know are single crochet, chain stitch, and slip stitch. You will also need to know how to sew pieces together."


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Great idea JaneEK. And you are so right about who knows what letters to Santa are. I think now Letters to Santa are emails. Wouldn't it be a nice treat to stitch Santa on the envelope as well? Cool idea for those of use than can appreciate old fashioned snail mail.

My sons would know that this would be on the tree and just barely. They are now in there early 20 and when we did write letters to Santa, they were under the age of 6 or 7. After that, letters to Santa became emails to Santa. Technology right?

This is such a clever and quick idea for a Christmas ornament. Im going to print this one off for my senior ladies because they actually know what a letter and envelope are! I do have one thing Im going to change though. After working the blue edging, Ill have them sew around that using red yarn so the entire thing will look more like an original Airmail envelope.


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