The Holiday season brings a lot of fun, so I decided to gather together some festive patterns that are fast and easy to make. Here is my list of gift ideas for The Twelve Days of Christmas that will make your mission easy and enjoyable.
The First Day of Christmas
Get your home ready for the Holiday season with these fun and festive crochet projects. You can make ornaments for your tree using Elf, Santa and Mrs. Claus granny squares…or create coasters, mug rugs, and placemats for your entire family. Crochet Pattern – Christmas Granny Square Projects.
The Second Day of Christmas
Penguin placemats are perfect Christmas decorations for gathering around the table with your loved ones. They also make great gifts for everyone on your Holidays list. Crochet Pattern – Roma The Happy Penguin Placemat.
The Third Day of Christmas
Did you know that penguins stay together forever? Roma the happy penguin will be your forever friend and he doesn’t mind adding a cool striped hat to his classic wardrobe to look just like you. Crochet Pattern – Roma The Happy Penguin And Hat.
The Fourth Day of Christmas
Make a chunky bowl cozy to protect your fingers from a hot bowl when you carry it and keep your delicious meal warm while you enjoy it. A matching coaster will dress up and protect your table. Crochet Pattern – Chunky Bowl Cozy And Coaster.
The Fifth Day of Christmas
This hat is inspired by Northern Alberta and designed for a cold winter. The warmth of a brimmed hat will help you sustain freezing weather, or you can wear it as a slouchy on a cool day. There are 8 sizes in the pattern, so you can keep your entire family warm and cozy. Knitting Pattern – Alberta Cable Hat.
The Sixth Day of Christmas
Make your very own Santa and Elf ornaments to bring the North Pole to your home. Papa Noel can go on your tree or on a headband to add even more Christmas spirit. Crochet Pattern – Papa Noel Christmas Projects.
The Seventh Day of Christmas
Just a few Festive Snowflakes will set your table when you enjoy hot chocolate with your friends. You can also decorate your home for the season with a snowflake garland or just hang them on your tree. Crochet Pattern – Festive Snowflake Coaster and Ornament.
The Eighth Day of Christmas
These chubby little bears are soft and cuddly. They will help you to find joy and comfort over the holidays and in to the New Year! Crochet Pattern – Cuddles The Chubby Little Bear.
The Ninth Day of Christmas
Some mornings you wake up as a bear and other mornings you are more like a bunny. These woodland themed coasters will adjust to your mood and provide a nice spot for your morning beverage. Crochet Pattern – The Sleepy Bunny and Bear Coasters.
The Tenth Day of Christmas
Jingle Bells Festive Scarf will warm the holidays and bring Christmas cheer to your family. Crochet Pattern – Jingle Bells Christmas Scarf.
The Eleventh Day of Christmas
Christmas snowflakes never get old. It’s a great way to keep traditions and pass them down from generation to generation. Crochet Pattern – 12 Snowflakes for Christmas Tree.
The Twelfth Day of Christmas
This is one type of bear that you do not need to back away from. With these cuddly bears on your feet, find a warm blanket and hibernate for a bit. Crochet Pattern – Crochet Animal Slippers.