Simply knit Christmas decorations

Knitted Christmas decorations look cozy, warm and cozy. It has something of Scandinavian lightness if you choose it in the colors red and white. But of course you are free in your choice of colors. Here are some great ideas that you can knit with our gradient yarns .

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Knitted advent wreaths:

You can find numerous examples of knitted Advent wreaths on the web and it looks really good! The wreaths are of course not completely knitted, but a styrofoam craft wreath is knitted around. Usually you choose thick wool and a coarse knit pattern or, as here, a beautiful winter cable pattern. You can of course also use the knitted wreath as a door decoration. You don't even need a lot of jewelry. Beautiful ribbons, a few stars, maybe made of wood, strings of pearls, bows, small bows and decorative animals are ideal additions.

Of course you are completely free to choose and let off steam creatively. Such a wreath looks very homely and cozy, so don't be afraid to put such a wreath up! In addition, it doesn't needles and always looks fresh!

Basically, you don't need instructions at all. You measure the diameter of the craft wreath and knit it around as a hose. Sew together, done!

Knitted Christmas baubles and stars

Knitted Christmas baubles and knitted stars as pendants are very magical and cuddly. Of course, this is what the little ones especially like, because you just have to pick up the soft parts. Knitted tree decorations provide comfort and are a great contrast to glass decorations and smooth materials. The guests are sure to be happy about knitted stars filled with cotton wool when they discover them as presents on the table! This is a lasting present that can be used every year. Or you can use them as a gift tag.

Of course, the Norwegian patterns in red and white look great, as in our example. This immediately exudes Scandinavian cosiness and puts you in a good mood. The balls are simply styrofoam balls that you knit around. We would like to advise against knitting old Christmas tree balls. These break quickly and then the ball no longer has a shape and you also have glass splinters in the knitted fabric.

The knitted stars consist of lots of small diamonds that are sewn together and filled with fluffy wadding.

Here you can find instructions for balls:

Here you have a nice Norwegian pattern to knit again:

Here you can find instructions for balls:

Knit small Christmas trees

You can't have enough of that: Small knitted Christmas trees with different patterns, sometimes decorated, sometimes pure. You don't necessarily need instructions for this, as you can see that the trees only have to be long, pointed triangles. You can also change the basic shape according to your taste. The trees in the group look funny when each one looks a little different. Then you have a small forest of knitting trees. You can fill the trees with a thick, cuddly filling, then they look more three-dimensional. If you want them to look adorned, small sewn sequins are sufficient.

Knitted angels

Little angels work in a group to be lovable and very individual. The best thing to do is make a different expression on each face and let them sing.Of course, the little angels can also transport something, such as a burning candle or gifts or a bell. Experienced knitters can also manage that. If you want it more glamorous, give the dress a gold edge with lurex yarn. The hair can also be worked with gold or silver threads.

Knitted egg warmers for the Advent Sundays

These knitted egg warmers, which you can use throughout Advent or give your friends as gifts, are cute and inviting. The napkin ring is an even nicer gag, but it doesn't have to be. You can also use such little hats generally as decoration and hang them in the Christmas tree. They are also suitable as advent calendars. To do this, you knit 24 pieces, fill them and hang them upside down on a long string.


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