Christmas

Christmas knitting patterns to decorate your home and tree.


Winter Green Snowflake Stocking

Vinter, Norwegain for winter, is the most wonderful time of the year. You loved the original Norwegian Snowflake Stocking so much, we gave it an update — now in green! Try your hand at this stocking for a taste of traditional Norwegian motifs. Knit from the top down, with traditional Norwegian “lice” stitches, this timeless stocking will look perfect above the fireplace.

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Midnight Clear Stranded Ornaments

Originally featured in traditional red and white, these Stunning Stranded Ornaments look just as good in blue and gray! Featuring Scandinavian-inspired stranded colorwork, these baubles will be an amazing adornment to any Christmas tree. Don’t miss the original pattern that inspired it all from the December 2016 issue.

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Stunning Stranded Ornaments

These baubles are knit in the round with Scandinavian-inspired stranded colorwork. They are a quick intermediate project and a great way to use up leftover yarn. These ornaments make for ideal tree decorations, or you can knit smaller version to use a present toppers.

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Crystalline Frost Stocking

Non-traditional holiday colors are all the rage. Combine that with Norwegian-inspired colorwork and you’ve got a holiday project that’s sure to be a hit. This blue and white stocking features stranded snowflakes and detailing and an I-cord loop for hanging. Line this stocking with an old t-shirt to keep this around for years to come.

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Blue Spruce Mug Cozy

Your cup of coffee or tea will stay warm while you sip it in this stylish Green Spruce Mug Cozy. The cozy is worked from the bottom up, in the round, using less than half a skein of yarn. Make one for yourself and one for a friend! These make excellent stocking stuffers.

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