CHRISTMAS CROCHET AMIGURUMI PATTERNS
If you follow us on Instagram or Facebook you will know that this week we are running a bit of a special event. For one week, and one week only, we’ve been celebrating Christmas in July with a festive pattern release each day.
Monday was all about Mickey with these Disney inspired Christmas baubles. There are four designs in total: Plain Mickey, Plain Minnie, Santa Mickey and Shorts Mickey. And you can find the patterns completely FREE by clicking HERE.
Tuesday was the debut of our Santa Squadron. Adorable little decorative figures that can be hung as they are or fit in the cockpit of their own custom plane to deliver presents. The pattern includes the plane, Santa, Rudolph, Elf Girl and Elf Boy as crew. You can find more details on the pattern and links to our Ravelry store by clicking HERE.
Wednesday was all about the Nisse – Norwegian gnome-like elves. This pattern was released earlier this year and deserved a little festive lime-light of its own. You can find the FREE pattern by clicking HERE.
Still in-keeping with the gnome theme, this time it was the release of our first ever wearable. A bit of Winter Scandi-style with this Knit-Look Nordic Gnomes hat. The pattern contains size guides and pattern charts for children’s, small adult, medium adult and large adult sizes. You can find more information and links to our Ravelry store by clicking HERE.
On Friday was the release of some Disney-Pixar inspired Christmas goodness with these three bauble designs; Minion from Despicable Me, Mike from Monsters Inc and Baymax from Big Hero 6. The designs are similar to the Mickey baubles, so they could make a perfect set. You can find the pattern available, for FREE, by clicking HERE.
Last, but not least, our Santa and Friends pattern. Adorable assorted little hanging decorations full of festive character. The pattern is 36 pages long and includes a whopping 112 photos within the instructions of how to piece them together, step-by-step. For more information, click HERE.
And with that, Christmas in July is done!
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