Continuing with a Christmas countdown – Santas! But it’s cold outside so I’ve added a couple of snowflake projects too! Oh what fun and oh-so-festive!
Christmas traditions and legends – it’s what makes up Christmas. The legend of Santa Claus can be traced back hundreds of years to a monk named St.Nicholas. It is believed that Nicholas was born sometime around 280 A.D. in Patara, near Myra in modern-day Turkey. Much admired for his piety and kindness. But let’s not forget the real reason we celebrate Christmas – Jesus is the reason for the season!
Our adorable Santa door hanger is showing his backside that will have everyone in the family laughing. Wearing red long johns with a flap partly down on one side (does anyone know the real name for that flap?), he boasts a Santa hat and loop stitches for hair! Everyone will love the Sleepy Santa Door Hanger!
Combining the ease of yarn with the delicacy of lace – this crochet Christmas Snowflake Stocking will satisfy the fussiest and trim the mantle in style. A lovely shell pattern repeat adds beauty and elegance that will remind you of a frosty snowflake on a cold Christmas morning!
Our beautiful and versatile crochet Victorian Sparkling Snowflake is quick and easy to work up! Use as a candle accessory (as shown), or use as a photo frame ornament or magnet, or even napkin ring. The ideas are endless!
Our fun and funky red and white striped crochet Jolly Santa Hat Topper is the perfect “top” for a festive tree. Boasting a scalloped edging and a big pompom, it would pair well with miniature crochet socks and big red bow ties for a jolly Christmas tree!
Our fun crochet Santa Hat Chair Back Covers will add a festive touch to your home this Christmas. Make up a set for each chair around the table, or make one for a child’s chair. Pattern is customized and boasts crochet holly leaves and berries for trim.
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These adorable crochet Santa pants are made from 2 dishcloths with crochet on the diagonal. Complete with “look-a-like belt” and cute bow ties, this project is relatively quick to work up and includes a cute little poem. A must for your kitchen this season! Make up Leprechaun Pants by changing the color with an additional poem for St. Paddy’s included! Also see customer reviews for a Leprechaun poem by Dovy Hubbard and another Santa poem by Lindy Hicks