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42 Crochet Patterns for Winter

The anticipation of snowfall, twinkling lights, and toasty nights in front of the fire.

These are just a few of the wonderful delights of the winter season.

And there’s no better way to celebrate the season than with a brand new blog hop filled with lots of beautiful winter crochet patterns to help you get into the holiday spirit!

Don’t you agree? I thought so!

42 Amazing Crochet Patterns for Winter

That’s why my crochet cohorts, Sarah of Ned & Mimi and Hannah of HanJan Crochet, and I decided to host the biggest event of the season!

Together we gathered some of the best crochet designers in the business to share with you some fabulous patterns that I am sure you are going to love!

The event is over now, but if you need a few gift ideas for the upcoming holidays, want to prepare your home decor for the season, or is it time to add stylish new garment to your winter wardrobe?

Then there is still plenty in this collection you are going to want to check out!

42 Winter & Holiday Crochet Patterns

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Ah winter…. such a beautiful and joyous time of year.

Time for the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping, memorable family gatherings, gift giving, and festive decorating.

Not to mention all the holiday baking.

Delicious pies, cakes, cookies, and candies…. I’ve gained five pounds just thinking about all the rich homemade pastries!

Don’t get me started on all the other mouthwatering dishes paraded in front of me during the holidays.

But, besides all the yummy treats and meals, there are two things I love most about the winter season.

First, it’s the time we set aside for friends and family – the get togethers, the phone calls, the cards – all the ways we take a moment to connect with one another this time of year.

Second, can you guess?

It’s the extra time I have to crochet, of course!

Don’t get me wrong, it’s a busy time of year, but the focus is on family and fun – not so much work, work, work, all the time – so as a lucky happenstance, there is also more focus on relaxation and personal enjoyment.

And for me, crocheting isn’t just my job – it’s what I love to do!

It’s my stress reliever – my “me” time.

And boy am I ready to curl up with a cup of hot cocoa, my yarn, hook, and a new pattern.

If you’re ready to whip up some gorgeous winter or holiday crochet projects too, then you are about to do a “happy dance” because there were some seriously amazing designs by some seriously amazing designers in this event!

Check out all the fabulous designers who joined us in the Winter Wonders blog hop.

Participating Crochet Designers

Winter Wonders Pattern Bundle

Ya’ll blog hops are massively fun!

You get tons of freebies and a chance to get to know many of the crochet designers involved, not to mention even more goodies and or freebies when you sign up for their email lists or follow them on social media.

However, if you missed it, don’t worry I’ll be hosting another one soon and there’s still a chance you can get some of the patterns for free on the designer’s website.

Just click on the photo of the design you want and go to the designer’s site to see if it’s available there.

But if you don’t want to spend the time checking every pattern to see if you can get it for free, then there is another option.

You can still get all 42 patterns from the blog hop in the Winter Wonders pattern bundle.

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Winter Wonders Crochet Pattern Bundle

  1. The Sedona Mosaic Hat by Ned & Mimi

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Sedona Mosaic Hat by Ned & Mimi
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The Sedona Hat is an easy mosaic crochet hat pattern written for 4 sizes, from Baby to Adult. If you haven’t tried mosaic crochet before, then this is a great, beginner-friendly pattern – if you can work a single and a double crochet then you can make this hat!

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2. Christmas Pudding Tea Cosy by Cosy Rosie UK

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Christmas Pudding Tea Pot Cover by Cosy Rosie
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I love a good cup of tea, but festive treats make the old cup of char extra special! This insulated tea cosy can be easily adjusted to fit your own tea pot so that every cup can be as warm as the first!

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3. Hexagon Crochet Shawl by Joy of Motion Crochet

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Hexagon Crochet Shawl by Joy of Motion
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An easy scarf pattern with simple sEasy hexagon crochet shawl pattern, featuring basic crochet stitches.  Great variation to a typical shawl, where you can tie it around you for extra warmth.  Pick your 3 favorite colors for the simple striping or opt for a single colored version. 

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4. The Richmond Shawl by HanJan Crochet

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The Richmond Shawl by HanJan Crochet
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The Richmond Shawl is a delicate and sophisticated crochet boomerang shawl that is perfect for the transitioning months when you need a little something to layer up and look beautiful too.

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5. The Hinton Hat by Banana Moon Studio

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Hinton Hat by Banana Moon Studio
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Hinton Hat is a unique crochet hat that is worked flat from side to side with short rows used to shape the crown. The single crochet in the back loop stitch pattern gives it this great squishy feel!

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6. The Montana Crochet Sweater by Blue Star Crochet

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Montana Crochet Sweater by Blue Star Crochet
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Beautiful crochet sweater featured the popular larksfoot stitch on the yoke. Worked top down in raglan style, this sweater lends itself to a great fit. The color combinations for the yoke are endless!

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7. The Upside Down Pullover by Dora Does

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Upside Down Pullover by Dora Does
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The Upside down pullover is a simple crochet moss stitch sweater which will go with anything. A perfect addition to your capsule crochet wardrobe, or maybe the first crochet garment you’ll create to get it started

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Remember you can still grab all the patterns that were in the blog hop. Check it out!

Winter Wonders Crochet Pattern Bundle

8. The Carrington Super Scarf by Through the Loop Yarn Craft

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Carrington Super Scarf by Through the Loop Yarn Craft
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The Carrington Super Scarf is a simple and quick scarf for that super cozy accessory perfect for anyone. The pattern uses basic stitches to create all the super texture and squish.

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9. The Hygge Arrow Gloves by Raffamusa Designs

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The Hygge Arrow Gloves by Raffamusa Designs
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The Hygge Arrow Gloves are textured, elegant, and extra cozy! This pattern comes in 3 sizes and offers the option for making both fingerless gloves and mittens.

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10. The Imani Scarf by Crafting for Weeks

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The Imani Scarf by Crafting for Weeks
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The Imani Scarf is a classic style scarf made with a simple stitch combination that offers subtle texture. This scarf is easily adjustable to make it blanket sized or skinny. The Imani Scarf can be styled several different ways. Finish it with a decorative border or fringe, or seam it up to make an infinity scarf.

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11. The Snickerdoodle Scarf by Simply Hooked by Janet

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The Snickerdoodle Cowl by Simply Hooked by Janet
image via Simply Hooked by Janet

Beautiful rectangle crochet shawl using stunning crochet lace stitch combination. The finished shawl is large enough to wrap around. A simple neck warmer that uses the Spider Stitch which is just a combination of single crochet stitches and chains. A super bulky weight yarn makes this a really quick workup. Add buttons as a closure or use a shawl pin to close and wear.

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12. Winter Flame Granny Shawl by Annie Design Crochet

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Winter Flame Granny Shawl by Annie Design Crochet
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This Granny Stitch shawl used clashing stripes of colour to create a stunning statement piece to wear all winter.

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13. The Winter Solstice Vest by Coffee and Crocheting

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Winter Solstice Vest by Coffee and Crocheting
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Join the trend this fall with this crochet vest! The Winter Solstice Vest is a cute crochet vest with pockets and comfortable fit. Made in the soft and warm Capra yarn this vest is perfect to wear over a sweater or tee and compliments an outfit.

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14. The Fleur Bonnet by The Moule Hole

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The Fleur Bonnet by The Moule Hole
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The Fleur Bonnet is so easy and fun to make. Designed from a rectangle, the flower stitch motif made from bobbles will bring a smile to your face. Using only simple stitches (single crochet, half double crochet, bobble and double crochet), this bonnet is definitely suitable for a beginner. Due to the fact that it uses Aran (Number 4) yarn, it works up so quickly! I used an acrylic yarn but it would also work in cotton for warmer months.

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Don’t forget that you can still get all 42 patterns that were in the blog hop!


15. The Follow Your Path Cowl by Made by Gootie

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The Follow Your Path Cowl by Made by Gootie
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Full of texture and style, the Follow Your Path Cowl will keep you warm and cozy. The pattern incorporates the Arrow Lace stitch with its unique texture, you can work it as a cowl or continue to work the pattern for an infinity scarf!

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16. The Easy Breezy Boot Cuff by Fosbas Designs

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Easy Breezy Boot Cuff by Fosbas Designs
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Keep warm and cozy in this beautiful crochet boot cuff which is super easy to adjust.

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17. Winter Waves Beanie & Fingerless Gloves by Itchin’ for some Stitchin’

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Winter Waves Beanie and Fingerless Gloves by Itchin' or some Stichin'
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The Winter Waves Beanie & Fingerless Gloves are a fun and stylish way to stay warm this season. They are designed using the beautiful diagonal basketweave stitch and are super quick to whip up. This hat & gloves set is sure to become a winter fashion favorite!

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18. The Eunoia Cowl by The Loophole Fox

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The Euonia Cowl by The Loophole Fox
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Quick, soft and warm, the Eunoia Cowl brings a twist to your classic cowl – a Möbius twist! Worked in the round, this simple textured cowl is a quick yet beautiful addition to your winter wardrobe.

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19. The Crochet Snowflake Bag by Loops & Love Crochet

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Crochet Snowflake Bag by Loops and Love Crochet
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The Crochet Snowflake Bag makes the perfect small-sized tote that can also double as a bag for a holiday gift.

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20. The Crazy Big Crop Vest by Carroway Crochet

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The Crazy Big Crop Vest by Carroway Crochet
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The Crazy Big Crop Vest is super super chunky and made with the vibrant colours available with the Tuff Puff yarn from We Crochet. It is quirky and fun and needs a 25mm hook to work with two strands of super chunky yarn. You can also make it without the sleeves and have a super warm vest.

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21. The Ivy Triangle Shawl by Crafting Each Day

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The Ivy Triangle Shawl by Crafting Each Day
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The Ivy Triangle Shawl works up fast in worsted weight yarn. The lacy sections create a beautiful overall design perfect for complementing a winter outfit.

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Don’t want to keeping checking each post to see if you can still get it for free?

Grab all 42 of the blog hop patterns in the Winter Wonders Pattern Bundle!

Winter Wonders Crochet Pattern Bundle

22. The Bonnie Bell Scarf by Two Brothers Blankets

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The Bonnie Bell Scarf by Two Brothers Blankets
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This cozy scarf will bring comfort and warmth on those chilly fall days. The textured stitch pattern works up quickly and its size can easily be adThe Bonnie Bell Scarf is a beautiful and warm crochet scarf that uses a fun stitch to create a gorgeous texture. Add fringe for added flare!

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23. The Reusable Gift Bag by Rich Textures Crochet

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Reusable Crochet Gift Bag by Rich Textures Crochet
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This fabulous reusable gift bag is almost as good as the gift itself! Strong and sturdy and with so much fun to be had with colour choices, make as many as you like to last for years to come.

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24. The Celtic Winter Cardigan by Clair de Lune Fiber Art

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The Celtic Winter Cardigan by Claire de Lune Fiber Art
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The Celtic Winter Cardigan focuses on little details that make handmade sweaters personal and extra cozy. It features horizontal slit pockets and a generous amount of slip stitch ribbing running up the sides, sleeve undersides, and shawl collar. Slip stitch detailing mimics knit raglan lines for a classic look. This pattern is graded for bust measurements 32-62″ and is a great gender-neutral gift option.

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25. The Stag Placemat by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

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The Stag Placemat by Sunflower Cottage Crochet
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This placemat makes a great addition to any table this Holiday Season. If you have no inspiration for patterns suitable for him then this one is perfect! It is worked using tapestry crochet (single crochets in rows). Pattern includes written, colour block and large versions of the chart.

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26. The Florence Sweater by HanJan Crochet

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Image via HanJan Crochet

The Florence Sweater is the perfect transitional crochet piece to truly make as you’d like it. In 9 sizes from XS to 5X and with 3 neckline options and adjustable sleeves you can be assured that yours will be the perfect fit and style for you.

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27. The Winter Woven Pillow by Straight Hooked

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Woven Winter Pillow by Straight Hooked
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The Woven Winter Pillow is so fun to work up and makes a great decoration to your home. No sewing required, as this pillow is made in one piece!

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28. The Emberly Ear Warmer by Hooks, Books, & Wanderlust

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The Emberly Ear Warmer by Hooks, Books, and Wanderlust
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The Emberly Ear Warmer is a fun, quick make with oodles of texture. Made using two colors of WeCrochet Wool of the Andes Worsted, you’ll have enough leftover yarn to get a second ear warmer by reversing the colors – a time AND money saver! This pattern is beginner-friendly, includes written and video pattern, stitch chart, stitch tutorials and more!

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Don’t forget, you can still get all 42 patterns that were in the blog hop!


29. The No Jangle Bangle by Bliss This

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The No Jangle Bangle by Bliss This
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The No Jangle Bangle is a quick and easy bracelet that hooks up with DK yarn in no time! Easily customizable to fit any size wrist, make these for markets, gifts or yourself!

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30. The Lemon Peel Shrug by Me N’ My Hook

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The Lemon Peel Shrug by Me N' My Hook
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Looking for a quick make with lots of texture? The Lemon Peel Shrug is an beginner crochet garment pattern, perfect for your intro to garment making. Featuring the lemon peel stitch and a cute curved collar, this piece works up quickly and is a fun beginner garment make.

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31. The Sneak a Peek Booties by Ahsel Anne Crochet

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The Sneak a Peek Booties by Ahsel Anne Crochet
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The Sneak-A-Peek Crochet Booties, pattern from Ahsel Anne_crochet, are not only fun to create but they work up quickly. I absolutely love the sneak-a-peek design along the toe area. I hope you enjoy the Large Print Pattern as you create your own pair of booties.

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32. The Morana Pillow by Three Fates Creations

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The Morana Pillow by Three Fates Creations
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The Morana Pillow is easy to work up and is a perfectly cozy piece for cold and lazy days lounging on the couch.

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33. The Syrah Cowl + Headband by Creations by Courtney

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The Syrah Cowl and Headband by Creations by Courtney
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The Syrah Cowl + Headband set is perfect for a touch of sass to any winter outfit. It’s named after a jammy grape that makes a wine of the same name. You’ll enjoy the drape and warmth of the combination of stitches.

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34. The Unicorn Scarf by Creative Snugglies

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The Unicorn Scarf by Creative Snugglies
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This adorable unicorn scarf is the perfect accessory for people who love unicorns. It is part of my unicorn collection. It matches up with my Lujan Unicorn Hat. It comes in multiple sizes. It is a quick, easy project to work up! It would make an excellent Christmas gift.

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35. The Noelle Scarf by Remington Lane

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The Noelle Scarf by Remington Lane
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The Noelle Scarf is going to become a new staple for your winter wardrobe. It’s a modern twist on a chevron where you change colors in the middle, all while using beginner stitches! Make it as long as you like, so you get just the right amount of length when you wrap it around your neck. Or, sew both ends together to make an infinity scarf. And the color combinations are endless – take this 2-color approach, or use up your scrap yarn to make it really colorful!

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Don’t want to keep checking each post to see if you can still get it for free?

Grab all 42 of the blog hop patterns in the Winter Wonders Pattern Bundle!

Winter Wonders Crochet Pattern Bundle

36. Crochet Knit Purl Mittens by Briana K. Designs

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Crochet Knit Purl Gloves by Briana K. Designs
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Want the look of knit, but in crochet? These mittens use a beginner friendly crochet stitch in the round to get the look of knit. These cozy crochet mittens come in sizes baby to XL Adult and will keep your fingers cozy all winter long. A video tutorial is availalbe to walk you through each step to easily crochet without stress.

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37. Santa Mermaid Tail Blanket by Crafty Kitty Crochet

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Santa Mermaid Tail Blanket by Crafty Kitty Crochet
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Celebrate the holidays in magical mermaid style with this adorable Santa Mermaid Tail Blanket! It’s the perfect gift for any mermaid lover in your life. It’s cute, cozy, and looks extra festive with its Santa coloring / belt motif, while still featuring the “mermaid” blanket shape. Crochet one this holiday season with the fun and easy pattern!

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38. Cosy Striped Moss Christmas Lapghan by Juniper and Oakes

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Cosy Striped Moss Lapghan by Juniper and Oakes
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Tis the season for mindless-makes! Isn’t that the way the song goes? Lol! This striped lapghan is a mindless make to keep you cozy and warm as you sit a binge Christmas movies this holiday season. It uses the Moss Stitch, so all you have to know is how to chain and single crochet. Because of the way the blanket alternates between three colors each row, there are very few ends to weave in!

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39. The Zinnia Top by Pam’s Cozy Corner

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The Zinnia Top by Pam's Cosy Corner
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A comfortable lace top that is perfect for winter and can still be worn all year round, making it a must-have addition to your wardrobe. This modern top is simple and easy to make using basic stitches. It can be worn with any fashion and will leave you feeling warm and cozy. It is made in two pieces of with a hint of lace at the chest and the sides.

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40. The Bobble Christmas Tree Dish Towel by Blessed and a Mess

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Bobble Christmas Tree Dish Towel by Blessed and a Mess
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Add a rustic touch to your Christmas tree…by adding the Rustic Christmas Tree ornament to your collection! This beginner-friendly pattern works up easy and can be done any any color you choose using Dishie yarn.

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41. Boho Crochet Christmas Stocking by Off the Hook for You

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Boho Crochet Christmas Stocking by Hooked on Crochet for You
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A quick, and simple Crochet Christmas Stocking, made in one piece, mainly in the round. Add a few rounds of colourful loop stitch, and some pom poms, and you have a great retro bohemian project.

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42. The Heather Sweater by Christa Co. Designs

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The Heather Sweater by Christa Co.. Designs
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The Heather is a cozy crochet sweater pattern featuring a split cowl neck and side slit. This easy crochet sweater is worked top down, so there’s no seaming! The top down style also makes this simple sweater easy to customize to fit your beautiful body. This crochet sweater pattern includes 9 sizes, ranging from a finished bust size of 33” up to 64.”

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Folks, these patterns are absolutely stunning!

I have no idea how you’ll manage to pick a fave or which one to start with! 😉😂

Personally, I’d put mine at the top of your list, but then I may be just a little bit biased. 🤣🤣🤣

Don’t worry, I won’t be mad if you pick someone else’s 😉 – they are all so fabulous!


Did you miss the blog hop?

Don’t worry!

You can still get all 42 patterns from the blog hop in the Winter Wonders Pattern Bundle.

Simply click on the image below to check them out!

Winter Wonders Crochet Pattern Bundle


Looking for more great patterns?

Check Out These Other Patterns I Love!

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Until next time… Happy Crocheting!

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Please share!

Donna

Monday 22nd of November 2021

I have tried everyday to enter the giveaway and keep getting an error message. What am I going wrong?

Itchin4Stitchin

Monday 22nd of November 2021

Hi Donna,

The giveaway hasn't been hosted on my website at all yet during the blog hop. When you click on the photo as of right now it should take you to Sarah of Ned & Mimi to enter. Are you trying to enter on her site?

Please feel free to email me at itchinforsomestitchin@gmail.com so we can figure it out.

Sincerely,

RaeLynn

Elaine

Wednesday 17th of November 2021

Coupon code for today's pattern (the 17th) is not showing up for me?

Itchin4Stitchin

Wednesday 17th of November 2021

Elaine,

The coupon code for these patterns are actually on my colleague, HanJan Crochet's, site. Right above the photo is a blue link to her site. You need to click on that and then scroll down to day 17 to get the coupon code. Please message me at itchinforsomestitchin@gmail.com if you are still struggling.

Best wishes,

RaeLynn

Sylvie

Sunday 7th of November 2021

Hi, thank you so much for all the work, and to all the designers for lovely patterns. I've looked ahead a bit and noticed that patterns for days 29, 36, and 38 are not available on the designers' websites/blogs (nor Ravelry). Where should I go to apply the codes when the time comes please?

Again, thank you so much for this event. All the best, Sylvie

Sylvie

Sunday 7th of November 2021

@Itchin4Stitchin, Perfect sense! Thank you :-)

Itchin4Stitchin

Sunday 7th of November 2021

Hi Sylvie,

I am so glad you are enjoying the event and sincerely appreciate your gratitude. :)

Some designer's do not publish their post until right before their day. So, don't worry - those post/patterns will be available when it becomes that particular designer's featured day.

Does that make sense?

Best,

RaeLynn

pg

Thursday 4th of November 2021

my e-mail shows a pine tree pillow, but no way to get pattern…

Itchin4Stitchin

Thursday 4th of November 2021

Hi there,

I am not sure whose email sent you this way, but the pine trees pillow was switched out at the last minute so I apologize - that was a mistake. I know I switched it out on my email, but it is possible that another designer may not have. Again, my apologies!

Sincerely,

RaeLynn

Judy

Wednesday 3rd of November 2021

I can see/find no clickable link to today's/your pattern on this page.

Itchin4Stitchin

Wednesday 3rd of November 2021

Hi Judy,

That's because you need to click on the images as outlined in the instructions. The only clickable link goes to each designer's Instagram, but you want to go to the pattern post which is by clicking the image.

Best,

RaeLnn