Christmas Gingerbread House Ornament
- Designed by StringyDingDing
These adorable little gingerbread men on the pictures below were made by StringyDingDing and you can almost smell the Christmas spices! This sweet Amigurumi is worked in rows - first you start with making 2 feet and connecting them. Then you work them into the body, head and arms. Don't forget to add some buttons!
Christmas is just around the corner and crocheting your own Christmas ornaments and decorations, for yourself or for gifts, is a lovely way to get into the festive spirit. The size of the motif depends on the thread or yarn and the hook you are going to use. The finished size of the snowflake in the photo is 11 cm (about 4,3 inches) in diameter. I crocheted it with cotton thread size 10 and a 2 mm crochet hook. Besides the pattern, you can find here a very helpful free blocking template!
- Designed by Cyprianne Nolan
Christmas is coming, so now is the perfect time to make some sweet decorations, that will last you forever. What's more, these sweet hats are eco friendly and you can reuse them countless times. The pattern works up very fast, so you'll be able to make a bunch of these in very little time
- Designed by Maria Molodova
Valentine's Day is vastly approaching and it's a fantastic opportunity to decorate your home with these amazing hearts! You can hang them all around the place and enjoy how incredible they look! What's more, it will be a fantastic surprise for your significant other as well!
- Designed by Sarah-Jane Hicks
Do you love Christmas trees too? I really love these trees because they're really magical. But now, in addition to a large Christmas tree at home, you can also have such a cute small Christmas tree. Isn’t it wonderful? Just look at these little adorable baubles made of beads!