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December is here and many of us are crocheting our hands to the bone trying to get all those Christmas gifts done in time. Some of us were successful planners and ahead of the game… and some of us weren’t…*ahem*. If you and I are aligned in that “oh $&%^!” feeling of needing to get your stuff together, you are in the right place. This list of quick Christmas gift projects are sure to impress and make you look like an organized maven that is at the top of their game. This list of last-minute gifts are beautiful, thoughtful and take no time at all to whip up. P.S. They’re all FREE!
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To say that I’m in love with these cabled mittens is an understatement. I recently made these as a gift for someone in red and fell head over heels. I want to make myself a pair in every colour. Since you can make a pair in a couple of hours (less if you’re quicker than I am), you can do just that. Find the pattern HERE on the All about Ami blog.
Sloth Cup Cozy
Sloths are crazy popular this year! I had no idea that so many people loved sloths. My sloth cup cozy can be made in an hour
or so and is great for your friends, as stocking stuffers for family or for coworkers. Better make one for yourself too. Get the pattern HERE.
The Winter Dreams Velvet Cowl
It is hard to resist a beautiful crochet piece made with velvet. This pattern uses 1 skein of Bernat Velvet yarn and a size 10mm hook so it should work up in a flash. Check this beauty out HERE.
Tiny Pebbles Ear Warmer
Who doesn’t love a good ear warmer? These textured ear warmers are easy enough for beginners and look great on everyone. Whip up a few in an evening and you’re suddenly ahead of the game. Get the pattern HERE.
Baby Dinosaur Triceratops Comforter
This adorable lovey is wonderful for the babies and toddlers on your list. Who am I kidding? I want one too! Cosy Crochet gives you all the instructions for making this sweet lovey on their blog HERE.
Polar Puff Messy Bun Hat
The Polar Puff Messy Bun Hat is a fun and easy messy bun hat made with Caron X Pantone yarn which is a really soft merino wool blend. This hat can be worked up in an evening and will be a big hit with the ladies on your Christmas gift list this year. Find it HERE.
Tiger Teething Ring
Mary’s Cute and Cozy Crochet’s Tiger Teething Ring is also great for the baby on your list. They’re not just cute, they can be a big helper for the tired or stressed out momma with a teething baby. Mary has a whole series of these cute teething rings on her blog HERE.
Aspen Beanie and Cowl Set
This Aspen Beanie and Cowl pattern from No Hooks Given is a great way to make someone a matching hat and cowl set in a flash. Using worsted weight yarn and a 6mm hook, you’ll be on your way to checking another person off your Christmas gift list in no time. Find the free pattern HERE.
Christmas Pudding Hat
If you’re looking for a festive christmas gift to give, these Christmas Pudding Hats from Dora Does are sure to fit the bill. The toddler size for this pattern will make the little one look good enough to eat and is available for free on the Dora Does blog HERE.
Saint Prickolaus Cactus Cuddler
This cactus is seriously huggable. Because he is made using Bernat Blanket and a size 6mm hook, he can be made in an evening in front of the T.V. – making him a wonderful last minute Christmas gift. He’s great for kids or anyone that just likes to snuggle. The Saint Prickolaus Cactus Cuddler pattern can be found HERE.
Handmade gifts are so special and are something the people receiving them can treasure for years to come. I hope you enjoyed this round-up of last-minute Christmas gifts.
Thanks for reading! Looking for some other great free crochet pattern round ups? Check out my Valentine’s Day Round Up, Crochet Spring Shawls and Wraps Round Up, and my Free Crochet Sweater Pattern Round Up.
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