Crochet Jingle Bells


If you want to squeeze in a last minute holiday craft, work up these Crochet Jingle Bells while watching your favorite Christmas movie. These are a fun way to add holiday cheer to any doorknob in your house. Just crochet in a jingle bell, tie a ribbon on top, and you have a cute ornament for your tree, your cabinets, or for a pet's collar. This pattern would even look great on top of a gift, and it would be the ultimate festive gift topper. These are super quick to work up, so get out those hooks and get to work.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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These crochet jingle bells would be a great addition to your Christmas tree. I have four cats, so if I made these for my tree I would have to make sure they were high enough that they could not get to them. These would also make a great gift, and for an ornament exchange.

Well, I'll be! I would have never thought about adding jingle bells so that these actually had sound. They turn out to be a pretty good size but they look so very realistic. The cut out for the bell openings really is a great detail for the project. These will be staple to the tree each year.

When my boys were little the Christmas story about the magical sleigh bells cut from Santa's sleigh was very popular. At the time there was only the book and a cassette recording. Now it has been made into a animation motion picture. The set did have a sleigh bell and we still have it. These would be great to hang on our family tree.

Oh my gosh, I did not know these had actual jingle bells inside of them! Of course they would! I would make them in the gold, green, red, make a collection or set of twelve of them. I would also use them as handmade and thoughtful gift toppers. Another great use is to hang on your car's rear view mirror for a little holiday festive-ness.

I can think of so many places to use these adorable little jingle bells. You can attach them to wreaths, use them as package ties, tree ornaments, attach them to hats instead of using pomponsso many different ideas! Good practice in making amigurumi balls, too. Thanks for linking to this very versatile project. Just one thing that makes this site one of my favorites.


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