Whip up a seasonal knit in no time!
If, like us, you have an ever-growing yarn stash, and you’re wondering what to do with all those spare bits of yarn, take a look at this lush list of stash-busting Christmas makes. These fun patterns are quick to make and would make adorable little gifts for your nearest and dearest!
Mini Christmas Jumpers
The Christmas jumper has made a remarkable comeback in recent years, these mini versions look fab hung on a tree or as gift tags! Download the pattern here for free
A fringe of red pompoms will add a touch of festive cheer to any shelf or could be used to decorate the Christmas tree! Download the pattern here for free
Colourful Tree Decorations
Knit these funky baubles in your favourite shades or to match your festive colour theme! Download the pattern here for free
Tiny Christmas Elves
Forget Elf on a Shelf – these wooden peg dolls will look fabulous perched on your tree or as a sweet toy for little ones. Download the pattern here for free
Scandi Love Hearts
Love is all around at Christmas, show your favourites how much they mean to you by knitting them a gorgeous festive heart! Download the pattern here for free
If you’ve wondered who is moving your tree decorations around at night, perhaps it’s the naughty Christmas minions! These cheeky creatures are full of Christmas cheer and just a touch of mischief! Buy the pattern here
Mini Snow People
Building a snowman (or woman) is one of our favourite winter activities. These snow people make a great Christmas cake topper! Download the pattern here for free
Christmas Tree Bears
Little Cotton Rabbits
How cute will these sweet little bears look hanging from your tree? They are also a great opportunity to use up your ribbon stash! Download the pattern here for free.
Gift Card Holders
Treat a fellow crafter to a gift card to their favourite yarn store and present it in one of these easy holders. They’re super quick to knit and only use small amounts of yarn. Click here to download the pattern
What better way to spend the dark, cosy evenings than with some Christmas knitting? Don’t forget to share your makes on our Facebook page!