10 Free Knit Christmas Ornament Patterns

Yesterday I linked you to 10 Free Crochet Christmas Ornaments, but today’s list is for the knitters! Knit Christmas Ornament Patterns have all the same uses and advantages – small bits of yarn, quick, satisfying projects, and they’re great small gifts and present toppers! So let’s got on with the list!

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  1. Stjärna by Karolina Eckerdal: Beautiful, and only 50 yards of yarn! This pattern uses an unusual cast-on, and instructions for that are also included. free knit christmas ornament patterns free ornament patterns christmas ornaments knitted
  2. Spunknit’s Knitted Snowmen by Lane Drogato: Very cute! Knit in a tube that’s then gathered at the ends, this patterns is easy to personalize. free knit christmas ornament patterns free ornament patterns christmas ornaments knitted
  3. Furry Fairies by Alan Dart: For those dreaming of nutcrackers and tiny ballerinas. So sweet. free knit christmas ornament patterns free ornament patterns christmas ornaments knitted
  4. Mistletoe Ornament by Lindsay Lee: Very pretty and classic. Felted leaves sewn on berries make this knit Christmas ornament one that will last. free knit christmas ornament patterns free ornament patterns christmas ornaments knitted
  5. Knitted Mini Christmas Stockings on Little Cotton Rabbits: Can you believe these are made with just 7 yards of yarn each?! free knit christmas ornament patterns free ornament patterns christmas ornaments knitted
  6. Balls Up! by General Hogbuffer: Fingering yarn, tiny needles, and instructions for personalizing the colorwork make for classic, yet unique knitted ball ornaments. free knit christmas ornament patterns free ornament patterns christmas ornaments knitted
  7. Partridge or a Pear Tree Ornaments from Patons: You have to sign up to the Paton’s website to see this pattern, but it’s free and gives you access to all their great free patterns – including this great set that screams first day of Christmas! free knit christmas ornament patterns free ornament patterns christmas ornaments knitted
  8. Weihnachtsengel / Christmas Angel by Liliane Stengel-Grimm: The knit version of the crochet angel from yesterday’s crochet roundup! Great interpretation! Instructions in both German and English. free knit christmas ornament patterns free ornament patterns christmas ornaments knitted
  9. Sleepy Mouse by Annie Watts: Wow! This felted mouse is absolutely amazing to me. But the pattern makes it look very doable! free knit christmas ornament patterns free ornament patterns christmas ornaments knitted
  10. Pudding by Frankie Brown: There are over two dozen ornament designs available from Frankie Brown, and this simple candle is one of my favorites. Be sure to check out all her great ornament designs – she has enough to create an entire Advent garland! free knit christmas ornament patterns free ornament patterns christmas ornaments knitted

Knit Christmas ornaments are a great way to start your holiday crafting. Which ornaments do you prefer to make – knitted or crocheted? Have you knit Christmas ornaments before? Share your favorite pattern links in the comments!

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    Brenda Berger says

    Could you please email me the star pattern and angel pattern pictured above? Thank you in advance.

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      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Brenda! I’m afraid they aren’t mine to email – that would violate copyright. However if you click on the names of the patterns you’ll go to the site where they are located!

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