Quick Crochet Projects for Holiday Hosts
Headed to someone’s house for the holidays? Don’t arrive empty-handed! There’s no better way to thank holiday hosts for their hospitality than to crochet something special. To help kick-start your planning, we’ve compiled a list of 8 quick crochet projects perfect for any holiday host. We can’t wait to get started!
Everyone needs a pair of mittens for the holidays, and any hostess will appreciate this pair! Practice your crochet colorwork with snowflakes on the outside and a checkered pattern on the inside. They’re perfect for the chilly winter season!
Like the Warm Woolen Mittens, this project also allows you to play with color. It uses a shell mosaic pattern to create both layered color and texture. This one is easy to customize in colors your holiday hostess will love.
This is a quick project for practicing crochet cables. It appeals to a wide range of people and is a useful project for workout enthusiasts who exercise in the cold. It also makes a stylish substitute for a hat. This headband is easily made in an evening for a holiday hostess.
These cute pumpkins make great home décor for fall holidays and can easily become an excellent centerpiece for a Thanksgiving table. If you know your hostess loves home décor, work these up with a pin loom and use up some extra yarn.
Made with only one skein of yarn, this trivet can be worked in any color to match any kitchen décor. Work up one or two in no time and take them as the perfect gift for a holiday potluck.
Plants add a little green to what could otherwise be a drab space. Work up one of these cozies for a poinsettia and take it with you for a gift that keeps on giving.
Worked in just two balls of a bulky yarn with a large hook, this hat just oozes comfort. Add a pom-pom to the top for a bit of winter fun!
Talk about quick and easy! Worked using a 2-row repeat on a multiple of 6 stitches, this cowl will fly off your hook in time for any holiday gathering!
What do you think of our suggestions? Do you have a go-to hostess gift? Please let us know in the comments.
Happy holiday stitching!
—Susanna and Sara