Nobody has missed the christmas mood floating in the air these days. You’ll soon have to take your christmas tree out, decorate it and prepare the whole house for Santa’s coming.
And there is no better way than making your own ornaments by yourself. I offer you a list of free patterns to find inspiration and prepare festivities with some kind of originality.
Various characters heads by AmigurumiBB’s Blog
These friendly characters will fill your tree with good vibes.
Mandala ball by AnooCrochet
Maybe it’s not the easiest ball to do but it will give a different and original touch to your tree.
Multicolor ball by A Conversation with Moo
Much easier than the previous one, this ball suits well if it comes with its details.
(The pattern of the sheets and the star come next)
Holly by Attic 24
Even if it comes as part of th previous pattern, this holly sheets can be used to decorate doors, tables or furnitures.
Xmas star by Jelly
With one or various colors, alone or in a garland, this star can decorate your house the whole year.
Xmas star by the new crochet
Another pattern of a star, almost a snowflake, mixing yarn for an elegant result.
Star by Little Woollie
An easy-to-do pattern, full of colors and easily customisable. With these stars, you’ll fill your tree with joy fast.
Poinsettia by June
One of my favorites patterns in this list. This ornament will give a lot of impact to your final decoration.
Garland by Jean Herman
They consume less than saving bulbs or LEDs! This garlands let you pick the color you want to adapt it to the rest of your decorations.
Candy cane by June
Even if they don’t taste as the original ones, they have the benefit of being reusable from year to year.
Gingerbread man by Tejiendo Perú
Who doesn’t like gingerbread man? Personally, I’m happy only by seeing this biscuits.
Sleeping girl by Owlishly
Even if it’s not a classical christmas character, the rest of this angel will bring peace to your house, and more if you put wings to her.
Bicolor sock by Shara Lambeth
Today, few houses still have a fireplace to hang the socks. That’s why the christmas tree is the best substitute to keep this tradition alive.
Mitt with snowflake by Mary Jane Protus for Red Heart Yarn
To complete our set of tools against the cold, theses mitts can be used to hide bonbons too.
Xmas wreath by Lily Sugar ‘n Cream
This wreath goes a bit further as it’s not an ornament for our tree by itself but we can perfectly take its details separately to decorate our christmas tree.
Bonus: Xmas tree by Lilleliis
After seeing so many ornaments for our xmas tree, the tree itself couldn’t miss. Besides, Lilleliis’ patterns are between the best!
Bonus 2: Cup cozy by Bernat
This practical cup cozy is useful twice: to keep the hands hot but without burning them with the coffee (or tea) heat.
With all these models, the only thing we can miss now is time to knit them all.
And you, which ones will you do? Share your thoughts, ideas and photos in the comments or on the facebook fanpage of les Loulous de Lou.