The Most Wonderful Time of the Year….


It’s finally December 1st after what feels like the longest year of my adult life! I’m sure the pandemic has hit people hard and our household, like I’m sure many others, have turned to a bit more of a homemade Christmas for 2020.

With that in mind, we’ve been releasing a FREE crochet Christmas pattern each week for the last 3 weeks, with more to come in the run up to the big day. So in the spirit of the season, I thought a blog post with all our Christmas creation designs was in order!


Earlier this year we released a pattern for a Norwegian nisse inspired design (like a Christmas gnome). Houses here in Norway are littered with these little fellas all through the Christmas season in all sorts of shapes and colours. So in November we released a pattern for a mini version that you can hang from the tree or use in wreaths and table centrepieces. And you can find the pattern completely FREE by clicking HERE.


And you can find the original, larger size 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 and Etsy store by clicking HERE.

And if that’s not enough freebies for you, we have a couple more new designs for December….


These cuties again are cute and compact and quick to work up – so you can hang them up or pop them in with your Christmas gifts. You can check out the FREE pattern by clicking the link HERE.


Or maybe you want to keep up the fairytale theme with all those gnomes you just made? If so, how about these magical toadstools. You can check out the FREE pattern by clicking the link HERE.


July 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 and Etsy stores by clicking HERE.


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.


You can’t have Christmas without a little Disney magic! And you can make your tree 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.

… Or try these 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.

And with that, December can finally begin!

As always, if you like what you see, please feel free to leave a comment. Same goes for any questions too, always happy to have the feedback! What would you like to see on the blog?Are there any Christmas inspired patterns you’d like to suggest?