Deck The Halls with Crochet Gift Ideas!

It’s Thanksgiving! In my family, that means we get together to 1) give thanks for the blessings we’ve been given, 2) eat, and 3) plan gift making/buying strategies. This year, as you try to get comfortable after the food you’ve eaten way too much of, why not pick up a crochet hook and start on a quick project for easy holiday gift giving? That way you can check things off your holiday planning calendar and figure out which crochet gift ideas to work on in all those Black Friday lines!

We’ve even made it easy for you—just check out the patterns below and you’ll be all set!

1. Azalea Bowls

crochet gift ideas

Work these up and you’ll have a perfect place to put all the holiday candy! Make a set for you and for a holiday hostess.

2. Hexie Rug

crochet gift ideas

Who doesn’t love a squishy rug to make walking around barefoot more comfortable? This project is sure to work up in no time.

3. Edged Tea Towels

quick crochet gifts

This simple project is sure to make holiday gift giving a breeze. Add the edging to a plain towel and you’ll have a great kitchen accent piece.

4. Holiday Lights Garland

quick crochet gifts

Create this garland to get you in the Christmas mood. String them together as shown or work up a couple and use them as gift tags!

5. Stellar Snowflakes

quick crochet gifts

Holiday décor isn’t complete without a wreath on the door. This one is perfect to use all winter long.

6. Basket Cases

These baskets will keep your holiday silverware in order. Make a set for yourself or for a relative.

7. Textured Scrubbies

Crochet these for everyone on your gift list. They’re perfect for cleaning out those holiday roasting pans!

8. Coasters

Coasters are the perfect gift when you want to create a lot of items in a short amount of time. Make a set to match your holiday décor or that of your neighbor.

Do you have a go-to holiday crochet item? If so, please let us know in the comments! The holiday season is the best time of the year to get crafty and we can’t wait to see what you’ll create.

Happy stitching!

These Gifts Are Quick, but You Better Get on It!

Post a Comment