Super Cute Sweater Ornaments


Just a little bit of Christmas colored yarn is needed to crochet these Super Cute Sweater Ornaments. They make excellent little ornaments for your tree, plus they also work well as homemade gift toppers for gifts. You could even use them as party favors at this year's "ugly Christmas sweater" holiday party! They measure about 5 inches and are easy to crochet. Because only a little bit of yarn is needed for each small sweater, this is an excellent pattern to make if you're looking to use up leftover yarn. Paperclips are used for the hangers.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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This is a very cute idea! Who does not love a good old fashion ugly Christmas sweater? I like the idea of using small scrape yarn for this. You could use a variety of colors and be very creative with it. A great idea for gift toppers, ornaments or party prizes.

I just love this cute sweater pattern! The pattern instructions are simple and use simple crochet stitches, so great for beginners. You can change colors or use a variegated yarn for easy color changes. Make a garland to put around your tree. Experiment with different hook sizes and yarn weights for a variety of sweaters.

This is such a nice pattern for beginners of all ages. It provides great practice for changing yarn colors. The author gives clear instructions with plenty of photos to demonstrate key points. Most crocheters have the recommended hook size and worsted yarn the sock yarn suggested for the smaller sweater might be an issue. She also gives suggestions for additional trims.

This is a brilliant idea. I can't help but think that it would be awesome to use this same idea to make small decorative trees for other holidays as well. For instance, making red or white sweaters and decorating them for Valentine's Day. You could make a garland with them to hang in the window or across a mantle. Another idea might be to use them for Easter to decorate a bush or trees for egg hunts or such. Is Christmas the only holiday you have used them for, or have you tried other ideas?

Okay, that's it I give up. I'm going to learn how to crochet. I tried to figure it out about a year ago and gave up, but these ornaments are just too cute to not make! Would they be good for a first project or should I try something else first?

What a great idea to use up my scrap yarn from my holiday crocheting. I always have pieces left over. And not only can you make cute little sweaters, think about this, if they come out badly you can call them entries in the ugly Christmas sweater contest! Thanks for sharing these easy little gems.


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