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!
- 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.
- 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.
- Furry Fairies by Alan Dart: For those dreaming of nutcrackers and tiny ballerinas. So sweet.
- Mistletoe Ornament by Lindsay Lee: Very pretty and classic. Felted leaves sewn on berries make this knit Christmas ornament one that will last.
- Knitted Mini Christmas Stockings on Little Cotton Rabbits: Can you believe these are made with just 7 yards of yarn each?!
- Balls Up! by General Hogbuffer: Fingering yarn, tiny needles, and instructions for personalizing the colorwork make for classic, yet unique knitted ball ornaments.
- 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!
- 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.
- Sleepy Mouse by Annie Watts: Wow! This felted mouse is absolutely amazing to me. But the pattern makes it look very doable!
- 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!
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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