Want to crochet Christmas ornaments?
Create 12 different ornaments in 3 different sizes with Ornaments to Crochet 3 Ways by Anne Halliday. Just choose from worsted weight yarn, sport weight yarn, or cotton thread to crochet your ornaments. Patterns include an angel, stocking, toy soldier, skate, Santa, gingerbread man, wreath, snowman, ski hat, sweater, bell, and candy cane.
Are you all about thread ornaments? You’ll love our Big Book of Thread Ornaments featuring snowflakes, angels, bells, ball covers, photo frames, and more.
Want to crochet stockings for everyone you know? Crocheted Christmas Stockings by Grace Kaplan features 15 festive crocheted stockings for you to sink your hook into.
Afghan Fans! If you start now, you might have time to crochet up a couple of Christmas afghans (or more). Let me inspire you with a few of our designs:
From our little book-sized Grannies Gone Wild—Christmas Granny by designer Kim Guzman can get you started on the road to Christmas creativity even in the midst of summer heat! The individual squares are great take-alongs for your vacation trips. (The book also includes 5 more afghans and wraps for more year-round crocheting.)
Crochet up a Christmas Bouquet afghan from Floral Touches by Rena V. Stevens. Once again, these pretty motifs make perfect go-anywhere projects during the summer months, and the other four projects in the book are excellent for adding a floral touch to your décor anytime.
Looking for a pretty blankie for baby’s first Christmas? Check out the December project in A Year of Baby Afghans, Book 4. This sweet wrap from designer Ginger Thomas will make a delightful Christmas keepsake (plus the book features 11 more adorable designs for baby to keep your hands busy).
Or treat baby to the fun of peppermints at Christmas with Sandy Rideout’s December afghan in A Year of Baby Afghans, Book 5 (along with 11 other baby afghan patterns that are ideal for continuous baby snuggling)!
Happy Christmas Crocheting in July!