12 Days of Christmas Round-up!!! Join us and other fabulous designers!!

12 Days of Christmas Round-up!!! Join us and other fabulous designers!!
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So many designers have so many pretty patterns available for the festive season. We decided that we wanted to do a 12 Days of Christmas Round-up for you guys to showcase some of these fabulous patterns! So we have teamed up with 10 fabulous designers to bring you a round-up of 16 patterns that you can get hooking and complete before Christmas.

If you have a couple of extra gifts still to make, look no further!

Our 12 Days of Christmas Round-up has you covered! They are cute and quick projects that you will LOVE working on.

Some of these patterns are free anyway. But some of them have been specially issued with a coupon code and a limited number of free downloads, with big discounts for everyone after that just for our Round-up! How awesome is that??


A note for You:

It would be wonderful if you could show all of these patterns a little on Ravelry or write a positive comment on the blogs, even if you don’t manage to get a free copy! Where I have put a code between ‘ and ‘, please do not use the marks when applying the coupon codes!


So let’s get started!

Crystal Ridge Ear Warmers by Canoe Mtn Designs

Audrey lives in Valemount, BC, Canada.  Crystal Ridge is just west of town on the side of the mountains.  It’s a popular place to go hiking and riding snowmobiles in the winter, which inspired the name of these ear warmers. Audrey is known for her hats, scarves, cowls, and mittens, with lots of sets also available. Her patterns are gorgeous and easy to follow!

Audrey used 148yds of Patons Sheland Chunky for these. “I love this yarn 🙂 It’s so soft and easy to work with! The yarn makes the ear warmer super cozy and warm.”


You can find the pattern download here. Use the code ’12quickpatterns’, and the first 100 downloads will be free!! After that, the code will apply a discount for you!


X-Stitch Wristers by X Stitch Crochet

X-Stitch WristersYou can use any yarn with the appropriate hook size for this pattern. It is easily adapted to fit anyone. Kim has provided the information that you need to do this within the pattern.

This is a cute design. The wristers will certainly stop the draft going up your coat sleeve on those chillier days!

I love this style of glove for gift ideas. They are so practical; wear them whilst driving, keeping your fingers free for using your phone, and you can get into your purse or handbag without having to take off gloves all of the time. Don’t get me wrong – I also love my gloves and mittens! But when you are having a busy day getting chores done, this style is so practical!


You can find the link for this download here – use code 12Days2019, and the first 100 downloads will be free. After that, the code will apply a 50% discount at the checkout! (Could you even buy a bar of chocolate for the discounted price in the US?)




Elf Hat Pattern by ChristaCo Designs

Santa hat

I love Crystal’s designs! If you follow us on Facebook, you will have seen me share one or two of her patterns, and I am thrilled she has wanted to join us in this 12-Day of Christmas round-up!

Crystal has this very cute Santa or elf hat pattern free on her blog in sizes NB-adult. No one need go without their hat this Christmas!

“The Curly Elf Hat can be worn either down and long or curled over the top of the head. I think it’s simply the cutest either way. If you wanted to be really jolly, you could add a jingle bell to the tip too. This bottom-up hat pattern is written for sizes NB-Adult. Made with the appropriately named “Metallic Christmas” color from Hobby Lobby – you will need 150-350 yds worsted weight yarn and 5mm Hook (H) for the hat and a 4mm (G) for band trim.”


Find the blog post and pattern here.





Elf Hat by OneLittleHook

Elf hat with optional ears!

Oh My! The cuteness continues with this Elf hat pattern by OneLittleHook! Julie describes this hat perfectly. ‘

“A new take on the traditional Christmas Elf Hat… This stocking cap (with optional ears!) has been reinvented with the star stitch in the stripe pattern and combined with Caron Simply Soft Party sparkly yarn, gives this hat a perfect touch of holiday charm!” I love those ears!

Sizes available are: Small (child), Medium (teen/petite adult), and Large (adult).


Find the pattern on Ravelry here. Julie has set up a code ’12Days’ so you can all download this pattern for free from 29th November – 2nd December!


Santa Hat by Krazy Kabbage

Santa's hat

Hats are super popular at this time of year, so why not show you another one of our favorites?  Our final hat pattern in the 12 Days of Christmas Round-Up is from Krazy Kabbage. I love the fact that this pompom is crocheted!!

Kat explains, “Santa hat is a fun and easy-to-make textured hat that can be made in any size. The hat is worked in a spiral from the top down with the brim being added at the end. You create the pompom by adding ruffle stitches to the top of the hat.”

Materials needed are a medium-weight yarn such as Red Heart Super Saver and a I/9 (5.5mm) and H/8 (5.00 mm) hooks.


Get this hat pattern free on the Krazy Kabbage blog here.




I’m visualising everyone at my table this Christmas wearing one of these three hats!!


Christmas tree by Roxann Skvarj-Stetzer at Crochet Rox

cute Christmas tree decorationThese granny Christmas Trees make cute little package decorations, key chains, and appliques for hats, or you can make a dozen and string them together to make an adorable garland to decorate your mantle with. This pattern is very quick and easy to do!!! Beginner friendly with a lot of photos to help you on your way. This pattern uses just a small amount of yarn and is a great stash buster.

I love that this is super quick, and you can do much with it!! I am thinking about making a bunch to use as gift tags as well as tree decorations. You could hang a few at your windows or string some together to make some cute bunting to brighten up a corner or wall space!

It is also a great confidence booster for a new crocheter!

You can find this great free pattern here.








Christmas Tree Wine Bag by MyFingersFly

Christmas Tree Wine BagWhether we enjoy a tipple of something at Christmas or give bottles as gifts, this wine bag just rocks! The little beads give it just that perfect finishing touch! And the bow tie is cute! How will you embellish yours?

These gift bags work up quickly using worsted weight yarn, size H hook, and the crocodile stitch. It holds a standard 1-litre wine or liquor bottle. Crochet beads into the stitches or add your own embellishments to create a truly personalized gift this Christmas.

Add sports-themed beads for a unique gift for the sports fan in your life.

Use pink beads and a top with a pink ribbon for a breast cancer survivor.

Camouflage yarn and a plastic deer topper make a great gift for a hunter.

Finished, the bags measure approximately 10 “ tall by 4” inches wide but can be easily shortened or lengthened for different types of bottles.


This Christmas Tree Wine Bag can be found here. The first 50 people to use code ‘12DAYS‘ will get it free!


The Circle Clutch by Crochet With Mary Beth

Circle ClutchThe perfect gift for her …..  I would love one of these bags! Use it as an evening bag, an everyday bag, or even an emergency crochet on-the-go bag! You can so easily change the tone and feel of this bag with your colour preferences. I may be tempted to add a longish strap so that it goes over my shoulder (I’ve never been a ‘clutcher’).
This easy clutch crochets up quickly because you will be holding two strands of worsted-weight yarn together to create a bulky yarn. Crochet hooks sizes: US J/10 (6 mm) and US L/11 (8 mm). Finished sizes are 9” wide and 6.5” tall (23cm x 16.5cm)

The front flap of the bag comes down far enough to keep the bag closed so you don’t need any hardware or buttons. You need yarn, which I know you have plenty of! Ha-ha.

When the bag is open, the full glory of the design is revealed. The complete circle is visible from the back, thus the name. So be prepared for oooohs and aaaahs when you reach in to grab your phone or crochet hook.


The Circle Clutch is free on Mary Beth’s blog or Ravelry here. There are links to paid ad-free pdf’s from there.


Cuffed Baby Booties by Aunt B’s Loops and Stitches

baby bootiesThese baby booties make you ohhh and ahhh and your hormones surge! I think that they are almost too cute for words. Why not team them up with Crystal’s newborn Santa hat ……

Crochet baby bootie patterns are some of the most popular handmade patterns. These booties will keep a little one’s feet nice and cozy! They make a great baby gift!

Skill Level: Beginner/Easy – Brandi has included lots of photo’s to help you keep on track if you have never made booties before.

Instructions included for sizes: 0-3 Months, 3-6 Months, 6-9 Months, 9-12 Months

Materials needed:
-worsted weight yarn (4), in two colors
-sizes F(3.75mm), G(4.25mm), & H(5mm) crochet hooks (or size needed for gauge) -darning needle


These patterns are always free on the blog here where there is also links to inexpensive ad-free pdf’s.




Sweet Slippers by Aunt B’s Loops and Stitches

baby slippers

Well, we couldn’t include the booties without the slippers, could we?

The button, bow, and flower embellishments on these are just gorgeous, but why not add character buttons for the little boys? Easily customized. The sizes and materials are the same as for the booties.

Brandi explains that “These sweet little slippers are one of my favorite things to make for new Moms! (Think last-minute baby shower gift.) And this is a great beginner crochet project! (Something other than potholders & scarves! Yay!)

It’s also a fun, unique yarn scrap-buster project!”



The direct link to this pattern is here. Again, there are links to ad-free PDF’s if you wish to purchase them.





The Coffee Cozy Sweater Wrap by Sweet Potato 3

Coffee Cozy Sweater WrapIf you have followed Sunflower Cottage Crochet lately you will not have escaped hearing about Sweet Potato 3 and its designer Christine. Christine is the brainchild (and all-out awesome lady) who brought us the Crochet Cancer Challenge in October! I am thrilled to include her in the 12 Days of Christmas Round-up.

It’s a fun and quick pattern that can be great for last-minute gifts this holiday season. The crochet pattern uses the basic single crochet stitch but each cozy uses it in a different way, so they all have different textures you can try. This is a great pattern for beginners or a fun one to whip out quickly for the more experienced. The Coffee Cozy Sweater Wrap will fit most 8-12 oz coffee cups or taller 16 oz mugs. The project used about 25 yards of yarn so you can use up your stash pile 😉  We love a good stash buster! Add a cozy to a new coffee mug filled with hot cocoa or coffee accessories for a great gift package.



The Coffee Cozy Sweater is always free on Sweet Potato 3’s blog here.




Christmas Bunting by Thoresby Cottage

Christmas Bunting

A delightful and versatile pattern to decorate your home this festive season! This pattern can easily be adjusted to use any words or letter you like.
You will need: Light worsted cotton yarn in Cream, green, and red. 2.75mm crochet hook, White embroidery cotton, Sewing needle, Yarn needle, Felt in the colour of your choice (the piece should be about 10cm x 5cm), Sharp scissors.
This bunting would suit any decor, and I know a few people who like to receive this one as a gift! It’s simple and elegant. What’s not to love about it?


Grab the pattern free on the blog here.






Figgy Pudding Christmas Bauble by Thoresby Cottage

Figgy Pudding Christmas Bauble

Caitie describes her pattern as “An adorable little Christmas pudding, with none of the calories!” And she isn’t wrong! It’s a super cute pattern that is easier than you think! And Caitie has some photos included in the blog post to keep you on the right track. The white section actually sits on top of the round brown pudding and is attached afterward so the construction and pattern should suit confident beginners.
This pattern uses 2.75mm hook, and any double knit or light worsted cotton yarn. You will also need a little stuffing.
But will you hide a penny in yours?? I just might 😉


Find the free pattern on Thoresby Cottage’s blog here.






Stocking Ornament by Jo’s Crafty Hook

Stocking ornament

Jo is someone that I have come across in other crochet groups on Facebook. I have admired her designs for a little while, although she didn’t start designing until March 2018.
I love these stocking ornaments. Stockings are, of course, synonymous with Christmas and perfect for our 12-Day of Christmas Round-up. And these stockings fit the bill perfectly. I imagine one of these for each member of the family with their initial on it, probably in felt! You could also embellish them with festive buttons if you wanted to, or just leave them as they are.
Finished they are about 4” tall. Another great stash buster with around 20 yards of the main colour and 5 yards of the edging required!


You can find Jo’s Christmas stocking ornaments free on her blog here.




Mitten Garland by Crochet to Play

Do you fancy some bunting that is a little different from the traditional but still screams winter? Try Jennifer’s mitten garland! How much fun this would be! I can just imagine the kids (old and young!) moving the stockings around!
If you read Jennifer’s post, you will find that she actually made 12 pairs and used them as an advent calendar. But the twist here is that instead of there being a treat inside, there is a task such as writing a letter to Santa, and decorating the tree…. What a fabulous idea!
If you don’t want to make a full garland this year, you could make a couple of mittens and use them as ornaments on your tree or around the home.


Get the free pattern at Crochet to Play’s blog here.



Elvin the Elf by Gramms Designs

“Twas the night before Christmas,
And all through the house,
Not a creature was stirring,
Except for Elvin the Elf!”
And we are finishing up our 12 Days of Christmas Round-up in style with Elvin the Elf. This decoration is such fun and filled with character! Tori currently lives in Finland, where there are LOTS of folk laws and stories about elves and such, especially at this time of year. I especially love the one that explains why people hang old shoes outside their windows just before Christmas! It’s certainly a long way from Mississippi, where she grew up.
Elvin is 4” tall and uses a small amount of worsted yarn – less than 100 yards in total. You will need a little polyfil and you can either use safety eyes or embroider them on.


You can find Elvin on Gramms Designs Ravelry page here. the first 100 people to use code 12DaysOfChristmas gets him free! Or use code HappyChristmas to get 30% off!


Finally ….

Robin’s Stocking by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

Robin's StockingWell, of course, we want to be included in the 12 Days of Christmas Round-up! 🙂  Check out our blog post on Robin’s Stocking here and get the links to the pattern.

Hang it up and fill it with treats for the kids, or leave a letter from Santa in there as a special surprise! This is a good-sized stocking and can be embellished in any way you can think of. The colours you use are an easy way to customize this, or keep it traditional. Don’t be put off. What looks like cabling really isn’t!! You will be surprised how easy this pattern is …. I was 🙂 I think confident beginners should be ok with this pattern.

This pattern is free from 29th November – 23:59pm on 2nd December here on our shop here and on Ravelry here.




We hope you have enjoyed this 12 Days of Christmas round-up and remembered to share some love for the patterns highlighted!


Happy hooking, everyone!


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