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Winter Christmas Knitting Ornaments

It’s slowly time to take out the Christmas tree from the closet and decorate your house, because Christmas is getting closer and closer! Christmas tree and a house full of colorful decorations looks joyful and amazing, so look at these Winter Christmas Knitting Ornaments and create something beautiful. I’m sure they’ll make your home look wonderful on Christmas Eve!


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Fair Isle Santas

  • Designed by: Christine Marie Chen

These miniature sweet knitting Fair Isle Santas look really beautiful! In fact, the whole pattern is created not by the shape, but by the colours of the yarn and the stitch. They look really great, I hope you like them too and they will be on your Christmas table!

Three colorful Standing Small Isle santas


Photo is by Christine Marie Chen / Ravelry.com

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

 

Snow Baby

  • Designed by: Mary Beth Koskie

Aren’t those figures cute? Look at this, you can’t see their eyes through the big hats, it’s so adorable! What’s more, thanks to the bells on the top, the caps can make a funny sound. Create a few lovely Snow Babies in different colors!

Four and Three Standing mini baby santa for Christmas

Photo is by Mary Beth Koskie / Ravelry.com

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Tree Sampler

  • Designed by: Frankie Brown

This Christmas tree is really awesome because it’s a geometric tree pattern made of smaller trees! Many tiny Christmas trees form a big one, so you can make each tiny Christmas tree in a different pattern and color to make a big, colorful Christmas tree!

Triangle Geometric Christmas Tree Knitting pattern on white background

Photo is by Frankie Brown / Ravelry.com

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Poinsettias & Snow

  • Designed by: Donna Druchunas

I really like such ornaments because they look beautiful on the table and can be used as a mug pad or napkin. Create this Poinsettias & Snow pattern in Christmas colors and decorate your table!

Two White and Red lace Knitting mug pad on the table

Photo is by Donna Druchunas / Ravelry.com

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

 

Winter Animals Knit Christmas Ornaments Paid Pattern

  • Designed by: Amy Gaines

If you love adorable animals as much as I do, you’re gonna fall in love with this Winter Animals Knit Christmas Ornaments pattern. Just look at it! You can make a whole animal family and hang it on a Christmas tree.

Five cute Knitting Animals plush toy for Christmas

Photo is by Amy Gaines / Ravelry.com

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Winter Folk Friends Paid Pattern

  • Designed by: Esther Braithwaite

These lovely folk-style Santa Clauses will amaze you! Small bodies and lovely hooded clothes look really beautiful and as you can see, you don’t have to limit yourself to red color, because another colours look awesome too!

Blue and Red Little Santa Claus Christmas

Photo is by Esther Braithwaite / Ravelry.com

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Gnomes and Wobblers Paid Pattern

  • Designed by: Cindy Pilon

I don’t know about you, but I liked those funny gnomes with high hats at first sight. They are really funny and when you take off their tall hat you will see their adorable faces! What’s more, when you push them, they will come back – look at the gift!

Gingerhair gnome coma back knitting pattern gif

Photo is by Cindy Pilon / Ravelry.com

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Mini Snowbuddies

  • Designed by: Esther Braithwaite

Aren’t these adorable snow buddies by Esther Braithwaite just the cutest? They are knit in one piece from the bottom – up. What’s more, the doll’s body can be knit flat on just straight needles and then seamed or even knit in the round on dons. In other words, you just need simple sewing and knitting skills to make them!

Mini Snowbuddies

Photo is by Esther Braithwaite / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Knit Snow Trees

  • Designed by: Margaret Stauffacher

These fluffy, pastel trees by Margaret Stauffacher are all covered in snow! It looks really beautiful. So if you want to take your winter / Christmas decoration to the next level, really consider making these cuties. They are very easy to knit and will be a stunning embellishment to your windowsill.

Knit Snow Trees

Photo is by Margaret Stauffacher / Ravelry.com

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

Woven Stars

  • Designed by: Frankie Brown

Starts are one of the most popular Christmas decorations and I can really see why! They really make the festive decor in your house come together and create a magical vibe. These woven stars by Frankie Brown are made of two triangles and are knitted flat and then woven together. Easy and really beautiful!

Woven Stars

Photo is by Frankie Brown / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.



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