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14 Amazing Christmas Decorations Free Knitting Pattern

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Christmas is getting closer and closer, do you feel this wonderful atmosphere too? Christmas is not only about Christmas dishes and gifts but also a beautifully decorated house and Christmas tree! That’s why we’ll show you Amazing Knitted Christmas Decorations today. Create something beautiful for the upcoming holidays!

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1. Balls Up

  • Designed by General Hogbuffer

These aren’t just ordinary baubles you can buy at the store. These are beautiful yarn baubles that will warm up your home and create a cosy atmosphere. It is also a great solution for owners of children or animals because you can be sure that knitted Christmas decorations will not break!

free crochet pattern: Amazing Christmas Decorations

PHOTOS by General Hogbuffer / Ravelry.com

You will find this free pattern on Ravelry.

2. Gingerbread Boy

  • Designed by Sara Elizabeth Kellner

Have you ever dreamed of having your own gingerbread man from the Shrek movie? Now it’s possible! Just look at these cute little Gingerbread Boy, I think you have to make this pattern for Christmas. It is also a great gift idea for your loved ones!

free crochet pattern: Amazing Christmas Decorations

PHOTOS by Sara Elizabeth Kellner / Ravelry.com

You will find this free pattern on Ravelry.

3. Red Heart Ornaments

  • Designed by Yarnspirations

Christmas tree decorations are never too much, because a Christmas tree full of various baubles, ornaments and gingerbreads creates a warm family atmosphere and looks beautiful. I don’t know about you, but I need to have something new on my Christmas tree every year. These beautiful Red Heart Ornaments are a perfect opportunity!

free crochet pattern: Amazing Christmas Decorations

PHOTOS by Yarnspirations / yarnspirations.com

You will find this free pattern on yarnspirations.com.

4. Bells Christmas Decor PAID pattern

  • Designed by LittleOwlsHut

Bells are associated with a joyful and positive atmosphere. Thanks to their vivid colours, they look really beautiful! You can, for example, hang them on the door or on a Christmas tree – as you wish. Create such beautiful bells and decorate your house for Christmas.

free crochet pattern: Amazing Christmas Decorations

PHOTOS by LittleOwlsHut / Ravelry.com

You will find this PAID pattern on Ravelry.

Do you like them? You should check Winter Christmas Knitting Ornaments also.

5. Felted Bell Ornaments

  • Designed by Whitney Van Nes for Purl Soho

If you don’t like too many colors on your Christmas tree and you prefer simplicity and minimalism, I think you’ll like these Felted Bell Ornaments. They are elegant knitted Christmas decorations, and thanks to their simplicity, they look really stunning.

free crochet pattern: Amazing Christmas Decorations

PHOTOS by Purl Soho / purlsoho.com

You will find this free pattern on purlsoho.com.

6. Christmas Cherub

  • Designed by DROPS Design

This Christmas Cherub is really beautiful and you can use it in many ways to decorate your home, for example hang it on a Christmas tree or wall, or put it on a table. What’s more, you can give it as a gift because it looks really magical!

free crochet pattern: Amazing Christmas Decorations

PHOTOS by DROPS Design / garnstudio.com

You will find this free pattern on garnstudio.com.

7. Christmas Pudding Ornament

  • Designed by Au bout du pré

If you’re already thinking about how to decorate your home for Christmas Eve, this knitted evergreen garland is a great place to start. The winter holidays are just around the corner, but you’ve got plenty of time to get ready. This project is for anyone who wants to practice knitting and improve their skills. Follow the free Christmas pudding bauble pattern to get started.

 a knitted pudding Christmas tree ornament

PHOTOS by Au bout du pré / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on hobbii.co.uk, or read more about it on Ravelry.

You’ll also need Decorative Christmas Rings Free Knitting Patterns.

8. Jingle Bells Ornament

  • Designed by Au bout du pré

These handmade Christmas bells are a great eco-friendly alternative to the plastic ones from the store. They are easy to knit, very stylish, and will look great in retro and minimalist interiors. The free pattern comes in three sizes, so you can find the one that looks best in your home. Feel free to check out the easy to follow knitting instructions.

three knitted jingle bell ornaments in green color

PHOTOS by Au bout du pré / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on hobbii.co.uk, or read more about it on Ravelry.

9. Easy Chain Garland

  • Designed by Gina Michele

Get into the holiday spirit with a magical knitting project! Designed for beginners and experienced crafters alike, this knit garland pattern promises handmade magic to adorn your tree or mantle. The project is great for when you are running out of time and still need some decorations. Once you understand the design, you will have it done in no time. Let your creativity shine as you knit with the free step-by-step pattern!

Two pictures of a knitted christmas garland.

PHOTOS by Gina Michele / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on gina-michele.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

10. Toasted Marshmallows

  • Designed by Hunter Hammersen

Creating whimsical knitted items can bring unexpected joy. These miniature marshmallows can be knit in less than an hour and add a touch of playful absurdity to your day. Made with just a few yards of yarn, these tiny treats can brighten a mug or nestle between cherished treats. Embrace the joy of tiny cute projects, it’s a guaranteed mood lifter! Step-by-step knitting instructions are free.

Two pictures of s'mores and a cup of coffee.

PHOTOS by Hunter Hammersen / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

Don’t forget about Mini Christmas Knitted Stockings.

11. 0-1601 New Traditions

  • Designed by DROPS design

The traditional designs of these knitted holiday baubles are sure to make your Christmas tree more cozy. This pattern is great for crocheters looking for coziness and simplicity in their projects. You will be working with simple knitting techniques and it makes this project great for beginners who want to try their hand at knitting. One of the benefits of this project is that it is very quick to complete. Follow the free pattern and get started right away!

Festive knitted Christmas decorations in a charming wicker basket.

PHOTOS by DROPS design / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on garnstudio.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

12. Chocolate Orange Christmas Pudding Cosy

  • Designed by Abi Marshall-Smith, From Devon with Love

Make a lovely Christmas gift with this quick-knit pudding pattern. This festive decoration will brighten up any room. And it’s always nice to receive a handmade gift. The pudding is knitted in the round with simple knit and purl stitches, while the leaves and berries require only a few stitches, making it perfect for beginners and experienced knitters alike. Spread holiday cheer with this free step-by-step knitting pattern!

Two pictures of knitted Christmas decorations featuring a festive pudding.

PHOTOS by Abi Marshall-Smith, From Devon with Love / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

13. 0-1609 Christmas Woods

  • Designed by DROPS design

This knitted Christmas tree garland is a much cooler decoration than the regular Christmas lights you can buy anywhere these days. You won’t find anything like it in the stores, yet you can easily make it yourself! The free pattern is designed with beginners in mind and aims to allow everyone to feel the spirit of the handmade holiday. 

Knitted Christmas tree garland

PHOTOS by DROPS design / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on garnstudio.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

14. Christmas Cheer, Candy Canes

  • Designed by Frankie Brown

Extremely easy, this knitting project can save the day when you have no time for lengthy decorative projects. These knitted candy canes can be made in less than an hour and still look captivating and atmospheric. These tiny decorations are perfect for your Christmas tree, wreaths, garlands and more! Discover the pattern and find out where to use it.

A crocheted Christmas wreath adorned with candy canes, displaying the artistry of knitted Christmas decorations.

PHOTOS by Frankie Brown / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

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4 Comments

  1. April Marietta says:

    You show a Christmas tree on your front page at the left bottom. I can’t find it anywhere. Could you help.

    April

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