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Festive Crochet Christmas Tree Ornaments Patterns for Free

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The winter holidays are a time of joy, hope, and gathering with loved ones. It’s extremely important to show your love when it’s dark outside, and life is full of troubles. These crochet Christmas tree ornaments patterns aim to let you have fun and spend more time with your loved ones decorating your home. Most of these crochet decorations are beginner-friendly, so you should consider them as DIY projects and certainly not be afraid of them. So smile, grab your to-do list, and get started!

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1. Christmas Ornament

  • Designed by Elisa’s Crochet

Baubles are classic. Baubles are a must. But no one said they had to be plastic. This handmade crocheted bauble is the kind of thing you want on your Christmas tree to make it look special.  The timeless holiday colors and perennial motif work with any style of decor, so it is versatile and you can certainly make a few of these. Follow the easy Christmas ornament crochet pattern, and you’ll be done in no time.

A crocheted christmas ornament with holly and pine cones.

PHOTOS by Elisa’s Crochet / elisascrochet.com

Find the original free pattern on elisascrochet.com.

2. Pinecone Christmas Ornaments

  • Designed by Heini Pääsky

Aside from baubles, there are a few other decorations that look great on a Christmas tree. One of them is pine cones. Realistic, voluminous, cozy, they make the whole thing look more alive, like it’s a fairy tale come to life. These crocheted pine cones are easy to make and are suitable even for beginners. So don’t hesitate! The crochet pattern for this piece is free and easy to follow. Start today and see how it works.

Crocheted pine cone ornaments on a table.

PHOTOS by Heini Pääsky / Ravelry.com

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

3. Christmas Candy

  • Designed by Irina Gurinova

You can’t imagine Christmas without candy, and this little one is here for you to make your Christmas tree look even more charming. It’s a tiny thing that you can easily complete in a couple of hours, and it’s great for using your leftover yarn. And rest assured, after all these ornament patterns, you’ll have plenty of yarn. Feel free to look at the instructions for this piece on the website, but keep your sweet tooth away, this is a better visual experience.

A crocheted canfdy ornament hanging on a christmas tree.

PHOTOS by Irina Gurinova / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

There are so many ideas for crochet Christmas tree ornaments! You may also like to see the adorable Bird Ornaments too.

4. Christmas Bauble

  • Designed by Ebrine Hoevers Kroeliez

The shape of this bauble mirrors the regular baubles in every detail. Except for two things: it’s handmade and it’s eco-friendly. And that makes this Christmas ornament crochet pattern great for making a gift for someone who means a lot to you. It’s easy to make and doesn’t take a lot of time. Still, the holidays are a great time to spend with family, and this pattern is a charming way to make something for them. Follow the crochet bauble pattern step by step and see what happens.

A red crochet ornament hanging on a wall.

PHOTOS by Ebrine Hoevers Kroeliez/ Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

Here is also a wonderful selection of Crochet Christmas Bells Patterns.

5. Christmas Tree Ornament

  • Designed by Julia Pilling

Christmas tree ornaments are just the thing to get you in the holiday spirit! This beginner-friendly pattern is a great way to keep your hands and mind busy in preparation for the holidays. The design is simple, but the ornament is charming and unique. Plus, it’s completely safe for the little ones. To make them, just follow the step-by-step crochet instructions on the original website!

Crochet Christmas tree ornaments

PHOTOS by Julia Pilling / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on sugarsweetstreetbakery.ca, or read more about it on Ravelry.

6. Christmas Ornaments 088

  • Designed by Simply Made By Erin

These Christmas tree ornaments are much more captivating than the plastic ones from the store! Designed to stand out, this simple pattern however is suitable for crocheters of all levels. The project is scrap-friendly and you can easily experiment with yarn weights to make it even more unique. Plus, you can make a couple of such ornaments in just one evening. Don’t miss this opportunity to get in the spirit of the season! The step-by-step crochet pattern is free to follow.

Crocheted Christmas tree ornaments

PHOTOS by Simply Made By Erin / Ravelry.com

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

7. Christmas Tree Ornament

  • Designed by Josie Anderson

If it’s snowing outside, it’s time to get ready for the holidays! Christmas tree ornaments are an essential part of the season and handmade ones can add to the festive atmosphere in your home and make it really special. The piece is made using only the single crochet back loop, which creates a stunning wavy texture. To make it, simply follow the step-by-step Christmas tree ornament crochet pattern on the original website.

Two pictures of beautiful crochet Christmas tree ornaments.

PHOTOS by Josie Anderson / Ravelry.com

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

8. Autumn Wheat Bauble Ornament

  • Designed by Briana K Designs

If you’ve got lots of scraps from previous projects, here’s your chance to use them! These cute Christmas tree ornaments are quick to make and require only basic crochet skills. Yet the texture is captivating and will add a touch of crochet softness to your holiday decorations. Christmas is coming, so don’t delay! The baubles crochet pattern will help you every step of the way.

Crocheted Christmas ornaments on a wooden plate featuring crochet Christmas tree ornaments.

PHOTOS by Briana K Designs / Ravelry.com

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

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