If you love to crochet and you’ve been looking for Christmas gift ideas for your friends and family, look no further! I have compiled a list of great crochet gift ideas that will help you get into the Christmas crocheting mood.
These crochet patterns will be great for you if you are anything like me – a huge procrastinator! Most of them will work up fast, but I’ve also included a couple that will be more challenging. 🙂
This ear warmer headband will make for a perfect gift and the pattern is SUPER easy to follow along with! This headband is simply adorable and as the creator, Brittany, mentions in her blog, functional as well! This pattern includes a video tutorial if you need a little extra help, and you can also purchase an ad-free printable version of the pattern!
Crochet scrunchies are a fun, and unique gift idea. You can crochet them in any color, any size and they are great for beginner crocheters! This scrunchie pattern makes a soft and fluffy scrunchie that is sure to please anyone you gift this to. This free pattern also features a helpful video tutorial.
Potholders are a great crochet gifting staple, but instead of crocheting a simple square, try out this modernized pattern. The designer at Jewels and Jones, Nicky, has created an easy-to-follow free pattern for a beautiful double-thick potholder. You can also purchase an ad-free printable version for easy keeping!
It’s cold outside, what better gift than a beanie?? Beanies make great Christmas gifts! This is a one-hour crochet beanie pattern that uses a super bulky yarn that works up fast. This pattern is perfect for crochet beginners and you can make this beanie in any size, and with or without a pom-pom. This free pattern also has an ad-free printable version.
This gift may take a little bit longer to finish, but it will be worth it! This adorable sloth lovey pattern is written to be made with chunky velvet yarn that looks so cuddly and warm! The pattern is for sale on Etsy for only $5.26 (and it’s an Etsy Bestseller!). This pattern features easy to follow instructions and tons of pictures. This seller has tons of other animal lovey patterns to choose from, but the sloth is my personal favorite.
This crochet basket pattern will make a very special and practical gift. The pattern uses a waistcoat stitch which replicates a knitted look; it also works up thick and is perfect for a sturdy basket. The designer behind this pattern, Stephanie, has included super easy to read instructions and you can also purchase an ad-free PDF version on either Etsy or Craftsy.
I told myself I wasn’t going to post very many “paid” patterns, but I just couldn’t help it! This pattern is so cute and will surely impress anyone you gift it to. The pattern is for sale on Etsy for $5.35 and is rated at an intermediate level. The shop on Etsy is called The Turtle Trunk and there are many other great pillow patterns and more.
These super cute crochet slippers are made using rectangles! The finished product is modern and innovative and can be made in any size. The pattern is available for free and easy download at a great price and it even includes 13 different sizes and a template for adding a leather sole!