Last Minute Christmas ProjectsPrint
Christmas is fast approaching but there's still time to start your next knitting or crochet projects or use up your oddments.
Here's a round up of our favourite knitting and crochet patterns from gorgeous tree decorations to stars and table decorations.
Yes, they're woollen, but this fun pair of knitting pattern Christmas puds look good enough to eat!
Crochet this pretty openwork Christmas star with our simple crochet pattern. This lightweight festive make would look stunning adorning the top of your tree or as an understated hanging decoration.
Knit or crochet a gorgeous necklace for party glamour. The crochet pattern necklace is made up of chain links that are worked in double crochet. The necklace - made using our knitting pattern - consists of two layers, worked in stocking stitch.
Dress up your table this Christmas with our festive set of crochet pattern placemats and coasters. They'll look wonderful as you tuck into your turkey and all the trimmings.
Our knitting pattern Christmas crackers make fun decorations or even gift wrap for tiny presents. In order to be seamless the crackers are worked in the round - but as they are knitted on double-pointed needles they're just about the simplest example of this kind of knitting.
Add a festive sparkle to your Christmas table with these crochet jar covers with bobbles and texture. Our crochet pattern jar covers on a container filled with something lovely make gorgeous gifts too.
From the figgy pudding to the snowman and red-breasted robin, every one of our cute knitting pattern decorations shouts Christmas!
Hang groups of these delicate snowflake crochet pattern decorations on your tree or mantelpiece.
Each star is made with basic stitches worked in the round, then it's sewn on to a pretty ribbon to finish.
A great crochet pattern to display in your home during the festive season.
These delightful figures are crochet motifs arranged as a dress and wings over a wooden clothes peg. It's a clever, simple concept and combined with a metallic yarn, they come alive!
These jolly Christmas fascinators are an ideal way to use up oddments from your stash. They're crocheted around headbands and make a quirky alternative to flimsy paper crowns.
Our instructions will show you how to make a holly, Christmas pudding, robin and present head accessory.
For a card, make just one beaded front. To make a hanging decoration, make two Christmas jumpers and sew together.
These sweet and unusual star, stocking and Santa hat knitting pattern Christmas decorations will look lovely on your tree.