There’s nothing I love more than the holidays! Well, except maybe cute Christmas crochet patterns! The holidays give me a great excuse to get my crochet needles out and really get into the zone. There’s always some new Christmas decoration you can make – keep going until there’s no more room left in the house, I say!
Christmas Crochet Patterns
I’ve been having a really good look around, picking out my favorite Christmas crochet patterns, and I’m loving the opportunity to share them with you now – you won’t be disappointed!
Make sure to also check out this list of Christmas ornament and decoration crochet patterns as well as this great collection of Christmas crochet gift patterns and ideas too! Tons of ideas on those lists to keep you busy creating all season!
Flutterby Christmas Stocking
This easy pattern is ideal for a beginner because it is broken down into squares that are small and fast to crochet. Then you assemble and sew/crochet them together to create the final look.
Easy Dendrite Snowflake Motif
While snowflakes aren’t always associated with Christmas, I wanted to include this because it is a great addition to a holiday tree, or to things like Christmas wreaths, blankets, or scarves.
Santa Christmas Hat Crochet Pattern
This easy crochet hat pattern isn’t just for Santa, but I love how easy it is to turn into a functional Santa hat just by using white and red yarns! Add this to your to-crochet list and gift them this year!
Christmas Crochet Santa, Snowman, and Reindeer Bundle
Isn’t this the cutest!
You get the patterns for three Christmas characters all the same size – a fully bearded Santa Claus, a snowman with scarf gloves and hat, and of course the famous Rudolph the Reindeer with his cute little red nose.
Better yet, the finished articles remain upright when you set them down for use as a shelf ornament.
Crochet Christmas Tree Doorstop
Just look at this party animal of a Christmas tree – he certainly looks like he’s had one too many. He’s hilarious – and he makes a great talking point at parties
And fully decorated too, what with the star hanging down from the top of the tree, haha!
It’s a doorstop that would be great for a kid’s bedroom. (And would save the door creaking open when Santa delivers the presents!)
Crochet Santa and Buddies Toy Pattern
Just look at these – they are just soo cute!
There’s Santa with his little bobble hat and beard that goes all the way down to his trousers. Then there’s a beautiful angel in a white dress with beautiful big white hair and blue tiara.
And they’re not alone, there’s also a tiny Christmas tree doll too, with snow capped edges. Any kid would love to play with these. What’s Santa looking at? The finished pieces look great sat together on a shelf with their tiny legs dangling down.
Crochet Christmas Tree Hat
OMG! This is so adorable!
Check out these big, gorgeous Christmas tree hats! And those glitzy stars for decoration. And those tiny little eyes peeking underneath. You can either use them as intended as a warm Winter hat, or as a neat house decoration.
And they’re not just in baby sizes, either – they go all the way to adult sizes.
Little Christmas Crochet Decorations
Check these out – such cute decorations here.
You’ve got Santa in his bobble hat and thick white beard, reindeer with antlers, little rosy cheeked elves, and a yummy little cupcake to boot. And all with added Christmas holly on top. You’ll soon get in the Christmas spirit crocheting these!
5 Crochet Christmas Baubles
For those of you who are looking for something more sophisticated and elegant, take a look at these gorgeous Christmas tree baubles.
It’s always nice to have something homemade on the tree, and these look absolutely amazing when they’re finished. And there’s 5 of them to try your hand at.
Christmas Crochet Angel Pattern
If you’re in need of a Christmas Angel to sit on the top of your Christmas tree, you need look no further. These beautiful Christmas Angels are simple, elegant and dignified.
They would also look great as part of a nativity scene.
Crochet Reindeer Pattern
Just look at this reindeer! She could easily pass herself off as Rudolph’s girlfriend, getting ready to meet up with him for a date, with her cute little collar and bow and soft white patches.
It would almost be a shame to use it as a toy, as it makes for such a nice and elegant decoration.
Crochet Christmas Wreath Pattern
Now, this is not only a very cute Christmas wreath, but it’s also great fun to make! You can really go to town with it and make it your own.
It’s got everything Christmasy – besides the wreath itself, you’ve also got Santa (of course), reindeer, gingerbread men and lady, holly, Christmas bells, candy canes, and love hearts.
Christmas Crochet Gift Bag Patterns
With this set of crochet patterns, you can make your gift giving even more special by giving your gift in a gorgeous handmade gift bag, complete with bows.
You can either stick with the traditional Christmas colors of red and green, or you can spice things up with some of your most favorite wool.
Christmas Elf and Reindeer Crochet Pattern
Just look at this super friendly pair! Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer in his Christmas jumper, next to one of Santa’s helper elves, looking like they’re about to get up to some mischief.
You can use them either as toys or as cute decorations for the home. It will help to lend some warmth to those cold winter months.
Bethlehem Nativity Wreath Crochet Pattern
This is a great little wreath pattern for those who are passionate about what Christmas is originally about – the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem.
You’ve got Mary and Joseph watching over baby Jesus in a small stable in the old town of Bethlehem. And you’ve got the star of the east shining on them from above that attracted the three wise men.
And you don’t have to worry about getting figures to stand up straight on a shelf – you can simply hang up the design as you would a wreath. Maybe above a fireplace or on a door.
Christmas Elf Crochet Pattern
If you’ve decided to go with the trending Naughty Elf traditions, then why not crochet your very own Christmas elf for your child?
This Christmas elf looks super cute with its stripy hat, stripy pants. And the detail is awesome, with the little belt and pointy ears. And you gotta love that smile.
Homestead Crochet Christmas Stocking Pattern
What’s Christmas without the old Christmas stockings hanging down from the fireplace?
The download includes just the one design, but if you need to have different ones for different household members, and you need to differentiate whose is who’s, you can simply use different colors for each one, or use multiple colors.