Crochet Christmas Granny decorations and gifts and make your home colourful, joyful and don't break the bank doing so!
The granny square and granny stitch are undoubtably one of the easiest and most used crochet patterns ever.
If you've just started hookin, these patterns are for you too.
Gather your scraps of yarn and let's get the creative juices flowing!
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I've categorized the Christmas granny decorations and gifts patterns:
here are the most popular crochet christmas granny decorations and gifts (ideas and inspiration)
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1. Easy christmas granny baubles
Have some older outdated baubles with a few scrathes? Luckily you did not throw it out because you can repurpose those with a crochet jacket, so to speak.
Crochet 2 pieces and stitch it together, as easy as that.
2. granny garlands
Add color to your farmhouse mantle with the Christmas star garland by My Merry Messy Life.
granny christmas tree bunting by happy berry crochet
30 minutes of video to crochet along.
Hang it on the mantle or in the window, you want to create hygge for Christmas!
3. granny angels
Grannies leave lasting impression on their offspring and Sewrella is no exception. She refers to her Grandma as an angel.
Crochet an angel for a person you regard as your angel and keep the legacy of lots of Grannies alive.
4. granny square gift bags & Gift card holders
16 Granny squares needed to make up a Christmas stocking. Use traditional Christmas colors or opt for some interesting combinations.
Click through to Best Free Crochet
5. granny christmas decorations
The pattern used in the image above is from a recent post. Use multiple colors to change the look of this easy project.
Ideal to use up scaps of wool.
To be honest, it took me around 15 minutes from start to finish to complete one of the Christmas trees.
Image property of Homemade at my Place
We used to make these chains with paper. Sometimes we even colored the pieces of paper in with crayons and drew child-like patterns on it.
Do you remember?
It reminds of Joseph's technicolor dream coat.
Two granny squares and the sides, make this useful Christmas decor item.
The video is in Spanish (I think) but you can follow along without understanding.
6. granny snowflakes
Learn to crochet a snowflake in 8 minutes. Only 3 rounds and you're done - what can be easier?
The snowflakes will make an awesome bunting!
7. granny CHRIStmas tree skirt
COLORFUL CHRISTMAS TREE SKIRT BY SANDRA-CHERRYHEART
Unfortunately the blogger only shared her finished item in the post and not a pattern.
But, I am sure you won't have a hard time reproducing something similar - am I right?
Patterns are like buying a house - there is always something you'd want to tweak to your liking!
Upon further research, I found that Sandra has a newer blog, called Ravelry store with the pattern for $4.50.and a
Crochet this tree skirt in 3 Holiday colors. Easy pattern in granny stitch only.
8. gifts made of granny squares
crochet eyeglass pouch by crochet n create
Crochet in the round with granny stitch to make a beautiful eyeglass pouch.
You can chose the colors of your yarn according to the occassion. Such a quick but rewarding make.
Do you think Granny squares are dated?
Definitely not in the way these grannies are being used in this table runner.
The blogger succeeded to use such a perfect blend of colors to give the project a modern feeling.
The baby bonnet is so cute! And again, only 2 granny squares needed to make it! I think it is a perfect item to make and sell at a craft fair.
The hanging organizer is lovely for a nursery or in your craft room. I won't mind being on the receiving end of one either.
Such a useful crochet article.
Because this list is not by far exhaustive of all the granny Christmas decorations and gifts ideas out there, it will be updated. Be sure to revisit and to save the link!
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