"Christmas Crochet"

Christmas craft enables you to produce your own unique home decoration items for the festive season.

Make your own gifts, ornaments, decorations, and stocking stuffers.

Browse my site for unique gift ideas with that personal touch.

Every child needs his or her own Santa stocking. You can even personalize them with the recipient’s initial.

Decorate the stocking with a tree motif, present motif, or star.

The Santa napkin holder shown above is a unique and festive addition to your Xmas decor.

Add some sequined bells as decoration for your tree.

My bell ornament is very popular and has many applications from tree decoration to table centerpiece.

What a lovely gift this festive scarf will make.

My knitted scarf, crochet scarf, adult slipper and children's slipper patterns may be worked in the season’s colors too.

Afghan rugs make a lovely present. Choose from my zodiac Blanket, ripple afghan pattern, afghan bed rug, granny square afghan, or afghan crochet rug.

The motifs shown on the stocking may be used to give many items that festive touch. Place mats, sweaters, scarves, tablecloths, rugs, hats, beanies to name just a few.

They may be worked in yarn as they are shown above, or in finer crochet thread, depending on the application you have in mind. My equivalency tables will assist you in choosing the correct hook size etc. to suit your needs.

If you would like to learn how to crochet quickly and easily, my "CROCHET MADE EASY" e-book gives complete step by step instructions and photographs to help you master this beautiful craft, along with tips and information on caring for your finished projects so you may have years of enjoyment from them. HAPPY CROCHETING!

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