Holiday Crochet Photos!

By Rachel Choi – 2 Comments

I love seeing what everyone is crocheting. Not only do I find inspiration in other people’s work, but it gives me a nice, warm, fuzzy feeling to know that there are folks all around the world crocheting for the holidays. It makes me feel connected, even if crocheting is usually a solo sport.

In this post, I rounded up a bunch of holiday crochet photos that were submitted by readers. Enjoy the photos and be sure to submit yours as well to show off your fantastic work! To submit photos email them to me at [email protected] and include your first name and permission for me to publish them on the blog.

Check out this little guy that Paola crocheted.

Paola crocheted this adorable cutie with the tiny star.

Loving Paola’s Christmas tree and tiny ornaments.

Jesse crocheted the Christmas Tree Hat pattern.

Jesse used the tree as a table centerpiece.

Barbie crocheted this adorable coffee cup sleeve.

Check out these adorable dolls Monika crocheted.

Monika’s elf is hanging out on the shelf.

Monkia crocheted this beautiful nativity.

Iona decorated the tree with 40 different snowflakes.

Debbie crocheted a Christmas garland with rat tail cord.

Debbie crocheted this garland to mimic traditional popcorn.

What are you crocheting for the holidays? Share your photos by emailing them to me at [email protected] and include your first name and permission for me to publish them on the blog.

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  1. Pat Powell says:

    Happy Holidays All!

    These projects are gorgeous! I recently bought the Christmas tree hat pattern. However, I would like to work it up as a decoration for a table as opposed to as a hat. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

    Many Thanks,


    • Rachel Choi says:

      Hi Pat! I would recommend choosing the size that you want your decoration to be (the baby size is obviously smaller than the adult sizes). The hat will stand up on its own regardless of the size you pick, and if you want you can even stuff some cloth or plastic bags inside to make it more solid and shape it easier.

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