Christmas Crochet Gifts – 32 Free Patterns

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The holiday season is without a doubt one of the busiest times for makers. It’s such a satisfying feeling to create handmade Christmas crochet gifts for friends and family. But it’s not always easy to find that perfect pattern!

Take all the work out of your crochet pattern search with this handpicked list of Christmas crochet patterns. Each pattern has been specially chosen to make a perfect Christmas crochet gift for friends and family.

Christmas Crochet Gift Ideas | Ned & Mimi

The patterns below are broken down into these 4 categories, just to make the list a little easier to digest 🙂


About the Countdown to Christmas Blog Hop

The Countdown to Christmas Blog Hop is a fabulous event that I am co-hosting this October with my friend RaeLynn from Itchin’ for some Stitchin.’

We have gotten together with our fellow designers to bring you 32 of the very best holiday crochet patterns, each one perfect for gifting to friends and family.

Every day between Oct 1 and Nov 1, there will be a different featured designer, and you can get their pattern for free for that day only.

Sounds great, how do I get the free PDFs!?

There are 2 ways (well 3, actually!) to get the FREE pattern PDFs:

  1. Bookmark this page, and check back daily for the promo code to claim that day’s featured pattern.
  2. Enter your details below and I’ll send you a daily reminder email so there is no chance of you missing out!

Countdown to Christmas BUNDLE

All of these patterns were originally featured in a blog hop, hosted by myself and RaeLynn from itchinforsomestitchin.com.

The blog hop is now over, but you can still grab all 32 patterns + 7 BONUS patterns into the Countdown to Christmas Pattern Bundle, which is available to purchase at a super-discounted price.

So, you can grab all of the patterns RIGHT NOW, and get started on your holiday gifts tonight!

Click the image to check out the bundle!

Countdown to Christmas GIVEAWAY

But wait, there’s more!

5 lucky winners will get the Countdown to Christmas Crochet Pattern Bundle absolutely FREE.

And if any of our winners have already purchased the bundle, they will get a full refund. (So, you don’t need to hold off on buying the bundle if you would like to get started straight away!)

Enter the giveaway here!

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Accessories (Hats, Scarfs, Cowls, Mittens)

Pemba Mittens by April @ Banana Moon Studio

Pemba Mittens are made in a textured stitch pattern that creates a bumpy surface. The warm pumpkin spice color is a comforting fall and winter favorite. The pattern is written in three sizes: children, women's S/M, and women's L. You'll need just one skein to make a pair of mittens!
April @ Banana Moon Studio

Mystical Mitts by Hannah @ HanJan Crochet

The Mystical Mitts are packed full of crochet stitch texture, luxury and style. The fingerless crochet gloves are a dream to make, simply seam a rectangle and add a thumbhole. A quick and easy mitten pattern perfect for gifts for those selling their crochet too!
Hannah @ HanJan Crochet

Fall Cowgirl by Jessie at Home

Fall Cowgirl is a cowl with a small shawl attached. This fun little neck warmer can be worn as an accessory to your fall outfits (or winter, or spring, have fun with the colors!) and is made to neatly tuck into most coats.
Jessie @ Jessie at Home

Moxy Beanie by Shanice @ Crochetastic Boutique

The Moxy Beanie is designed for everyone in the family! With 9 sizes available, this chunky beginner friendly beanie pattern will be a quick repeat for you this season!
Shanice @ Crochetastic Boutique

Crystalline Infinity Scarf by Ashley @ Through The Loop Yarn Craft

The Crystalline Infinity scarf is a quick-to-make and beginner-friendly pattern. The super soft yarn will make this a delightful gift for the holidays!
Ashley @ Through The Loop Yarn Craft


Short and Chunky Fingerless Gloves by Pam @ Carroway Crochet

These Short and Chunky Fingerless Gloves are the perfect Christmas Gift. They are trendy and whip up so quickly. A great last minute make for a special someone.
Pam @ Carroway Crochet


Spumiglie Cowl by Rebekah Haas Crochet

The Spumigle Cowl keeps you cozy and cute on the coldest days. This pattern is made with worsted/4 weight yarn and can be made deep enough to wear as a hood, or shallow as a cowl. The puffed shell stitch creates a unique and thick texture, making this a quick and comfy make for anyone to wear!
Rebekah @ Rebekah Haas Crochet

Star Stitch Trio – 3 Piece Winter Wear by Cindy @ On Needles and Hooks

The Star Stitch Trio is a 3 piece set - ear warmer, cowl, and fingerless mitts
Cindy @ On Needles and Hooks

Keep It Simple Earwarmer by Simply Hooked by Janet

You will love how quick and easy this earwarmer is to make. It is a great pattern for a beginner. This earwarmer also comes in 4 different sizes so this makes for a perfect gift for anyone.
Janet @ Simply Hooked by Janet

Sleigh Ride Beanie & Scarf by Melanie @ Counting Crafty Sheep

The Sleigh Ride Beanie is the perfect crochet hat for everyone on your list. This unique pattern features easy color changes and surface crochet for that linear detail. Pair it with the Sleigh Ride Scarf and you will have a go-to cozy combo for the entire cold weather season.
Melanie @ Counting Crafty Sheep

2 Way Fingerless Gloves by Susanna @ Fosbas Designs

The 2 way fingerless glove is perfect for days when you wish to keep the functions of your fingers and still keep your wrist warm. You can wear this beauty in 2 different ways!
Susanna @ Fosbas Designs

Honey Bear Hat Set by Michelle @ MJ’s Off The Hook ($)

The Honey Bear hat, cowl and mitten set is a fun and adorable pattern that will keep you cozy all winter long. Pattern comes in toddler, child and teen size. Bulky & Quick crochet pattern worked holding together two strands of worsted weight yarn and an 8mm crochet hook.
Michelle @ MJ's Off The Hook

Velvet Yarn Hat by Suzanne @ Crafting Each Day

Snuggle under this deliciously soft velvet yarn hat this winter. Soft and easy to wear, this hat is perfect for babies, kids, and adults. The pattern includes nine sizes so you can make one for everyone on your gift list!
Suzanne @ Crafting Each Day

Star Stitch Beanie by Raffaella @ Raffamusa Designs

The Star Stitch Beanie is a warm and soft crochet hat with a slight slouch and a fun pompom. It is ideal for #mumandme sets as it comes in four zises from toddler to adult.
Raffaella @ Raffamusa Designs

Napoly Hat by Veronika @ Blue Star Crochet

The Napoly Hat is a versatile hat with a double brim and a textured body. The double brim is worked in round as a long tube with textured single crochet bobble stitch picked up along the long side. It is slightly slouchy in length but you can customise it to fit snug too!
Veronika @ Blue Star Crochet

Spider Stitch Double Brimmed Hat by Katie @ Salty Pearl Crochet

This simple hat pattern uses super soft yarn and the smooth textures of half double crochet and spider stitch to create an ultra comfortable brimmed cap.
Katie @ Salty Pearl Crochet

Tunisian Lattice Cowl by Noorain @ Noor’s Knits

The Tunisian Lattice Cowl is a textured beginner-friendly Tunisian crochet cowl in child and adult sizes. It’s the perfect cowl for this winter! You can make it shorter as a neckwarmer or continue for a few more inches to make it longer. The best part is you can make a matching one for your little one as well. Each cowl can be completed with a single skein of yarn so it’s the perfect one-skein project! Make one for yourself and one for your mini me this winter!
Noorain @ Noor's Knits

Winter Break Beanie by Elisa @ Strings and Cuddles

The Winter Break beanie is a great project for adventurous beginners. The textures of this one row repeat beanie is absolutely amazing and it works up pretty quick too! This pattern includes 2 more bonus patterns!
Elisa @ Strings and Cuddles

Cheeky Elf Scarf by Bec @ The Twisting Twine

Every Santa needs their very own elf! What better way to reward your own Christmas helpers than with their very own Cheeky Elf Scarf. The Cheeky Elf Kids Scarf is a quick work up Christmas project using a chunky weight yarn and specialty eyelash yarn. Stitches used are half double crochet, with increasing and decreasing techniques. Perfect for an advanced beginner.
Bec @ The Twisting Twine

Snow Day Hat @ Three Fates Creations

The Snow Day Bulky Hat works up quick and will keep you warm. The crossed single crochet is simple and makes this hat a perfect last minute gift.
Bella @ Three Fates Creations

Garments

Easy Breezy Ruffle Top by Jane @ Jenny and Teddy

This cute lacy ruffle top with 3/4 sleeve will make you feel like you are on your Christmas holidays! Made with cotton yarn and a basic lace crochet stitch, it is a great pattern for for both beginner and experienced crocheters.
Jane @ Jenny and Teddy

Christmas Ornaments & Decorations

Crochet Santa Claus Plushie by Shehla @ The Blue Elephants

This cheerful fella's a great guest to have around the home, he helps with the Christmas decor and gives the best ideas for Christmas gifts!!
Shehla @ The Blue Elephants

Mini Bears in Stockings by Amanda @ Loops and Love Crochet

These Mini Bears are all snuggled up in their own little stockings! They are only about 5 inches tall, making them the perfect size to work up quickly with only a little bit of yarn, plus they make great ornaments, stocking stuffers, and gifts!
Amanda @ Loops and Love Crochet

Tassel Stars by Carmen @ Annie Design Crochet

Crochet a Christmas Star decoration in 15 minutes! These quick and easy crochet Stars work up so fast with this free pattern, and you can have great fun using your favourite colours!
Carmen @ Annie Design Crochet

Mini Stocking Ornaments by Jo @ Jo’s Crafty Hook

The mini stocking ornaments are perfect for gifts and decorating any size tree.
Jo @ Jo's Crafty Hook

Fireside Cottage Stocking by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

No Christmas is complete without a traditional and textured stocking to decorate the mantle! This stocking is an easy make with a link to a video tutorial on how to do the stitch involved. If you have never tried a stocking before this one is a great pattern to try. It has a wonderful texture which you can leave as is or embellish any way your heart desires!
Helen @ Sunflower Cottage Crochet

Mince Pie Bauble by Cat @ Crochet Cloudberry

The perfect Christmas treat without the calories. Make this cute mince pie to hang on your tree this year.
Cat @ Crochet Cloudberry

Crochet Vintage Candles by Felicia @ Ahselanne

Crochet vintage candles mimic pillar style candles. The frilly skirt, around the candle’s bottom, adds to the vintage design. This is an easy to follow crochet design that can be easily customized. The crochet vintage candles can be paired nicely with real candles to add a nice ambiance to your holiday décor.
Felicia @ Ahselanne

Tapestry Crochet Christmas Tree Potholder by RaeLynn @ Itchin’ for some Stitchin’

Time to liven up your holiday home decor! This easy tapestry crochet Christmas tree potholder is perfect for adorning your holiday dinner table, for seasonal use in your kitchen, or even as an awesome Christmas gift for that chef, baker, or barbeque master in your life!
RaeLynn @ Itchin' for some Stitchin'

Pillows

Tunisian Christmas Tree Pillow by Sarah @ Ned & Mimi

The Tunisian Christmas Tree Pillow is the perfect cosy addition to your home this holiday season. This pattern is perfect for anyone who has dabbled in Tunisian crochet and would like to expand their skills a little! The front and back panels are joined with a round of reverse single crochet so there is absolutely no seaming.
Sarah @ Ned & Mimi

Christmas Bobble Pillow by Shannon @ The Loophole Fox

Take a nostalgic trip back to Grandma's with this Christmas Bobble Pillow. This easy pillow cover pattern is great for beginners or advanced crocheters alike. This pillow cover features adorable bobbles in the cover and in the border which will send you straight back to grandma's house for Christmas gatherings.
Shannon @ The Loophole Fox

Clover Leaf Granny Square Pillow by Janne @ Joy of Motion Crochet

The crochet Clover Leaf Granny Square pillow is made up of 50 clover leaf crochet granny squares, 25 on each side. You can make them in any colors you’d like & make a lovely crochet pillow. This pillow is the perfect home decor crochet project & a great way to include crochet into your home.
Janne @ Joy of Motion Crochet

I hope you have enjoyed all of these crochet patterns, I am so excited to get started on my Christmas crochet!

And remember, if you missed the blog hop, and would like to get started on your Christmas gifts right away, you can get ALL of the blog hop patterns plus 7 BONUS patterns right here in the bundle!

Happy crocheting!

Sarah

Blog Hop FAQs

Having trouble getting a blog hop pattern? Please read this!

Please note: While the blog hop is running, I get A LOT of emails – usually many more than what I am able to personally respond to.

The FAQs below should answer most of the questions you might have about the blog hop. If you have tried everything on this list but are still having issues, you can email me at sarah@nedandmimi.com and I will do my very best to get back to you within 24 hours.

The promo code on Ravelry is not working

Reason 1: You are not signed into Ravelry.
Please make sure you are signed into Ravelry before trying the coupon code.

* Once signed into Ravelry, click “buy it now” and then “use a coupon code”.
* You will see a box where you can enter the coupon code.
* After entering that day’s code, click Apply. The pattern price should then go to $0, allowing you to check out for free.

Reason 2: The code for the pattern has expired
Each pattern is available as a free PDF download for 24 hours only. If you are trying a code and getting an “expired” message, please check the feature date for that pattern.

Most designers very generously extend their coupon codes by a few hours, just to help out anyone who might have missed out.

However, if, for example, it is Oct 7, and you are trying to get the pattern that was featured on Oct 5, then chances are the code will have expired.

I cannot find the page to download my free pattern.

Almost all the patterns in this blog hop are hosted on Ravelry. So, this is where you need to go to find the featured pattern each day.

There are a few pages to click through to get to Ravelry but it is not complicated.

1. Find the featured pattern for TODAY’S DATE on this page (just scroll up!).
2. Take note of the coupon code for that pattern.
3. Click on the pattern name or image for the featured pattern. This will take you to the designer’s blog.
4. On the designer’s page, scroll down until you find a GREEN DOWNLOAD BUTTON.
5. Click the GREEN DOWNLOAD BUTTON to go to Ravelry.
6. Once on Ravelry, make sure you are signed in.
7. Click “buy it now”and use the coupon code that you noted above.

15 thoughts on “Christmas Crochet Gifts – 32 Free Patterns”

  1. Unfortunately the only PDF that downloads at this point on 10/2 is the the lace stitch, not the top. Is this just an oops? I thought the pattern would be for the actual top itself. Thanks! Annette

    • Hi Annette, there are 2 PDFs that come with the pattern – one for the stitch and one for the top! You should have both in your Ravelry library now 🙂 Let me know if you’ve any questions, Sarah

  2. I don’t see any pattern for today. It ends at the “simple” pattern. This has happened quite often and I’ve missed many of the patterns. Thanks so much for the ones I was able to download.

    • All patterns from Oct 17 – Nov 1 can be found on Itchin’ for some Stitchin’. Link is above!

    • All patterns from Oct 17 – Nov 1 can be found on Itchin’ for some Stitchin’. Link is above!

    • All patterns from Oct 17 – Nov 1 can be found on Itchin’ for some Stitchin’. Link is above!

    • All patterns from Oct 17 – Nov 1 can be found on Itchin’ for some Stitchin’. Link is above!

  3. Am I missing something? I checked in yesterday and there was no pattern for the 17th, and now there’s none for the 18th? Is there something else I need to do?

    Thank you for the patterns!

    • All patterns from Oct 17 – Nov 1 can be found on Itchin’ for some Stitchin’. Link is above!

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