Dear users, dear authors,
it's about time to buy or craft Advent wrathes + Advent calendars + Advent decoration. But as you all know, handmade is a lot prettier than store-bought and it's way more fun. Here are the best patterns for Advent decoration. Get them started now. :- )
please present your patterns for Advent using a nice pic, a link and text for each pattern. Information about further required materials, techniques, level of difficulty
and what's special about the pattern have to be written down. All the best for you.
Get ready for Christmas and the whole winter season by knitting these adorable snowmen.
The pattern is very detailed. It comes with easy to follow written instructions and photo tutorial. The photo tutorial contains helpful step-by-step pictures to make the project as easy to follow as possible..
ca 50 gr Schachenmayr Universa 136 yrd/50 gr, DK / 8 ply (11 wpi) or another wool with the same yarn weight in white and any other color you like, US 2½ - 3 double-pointed needles, stuffing material, 2 black beads or plastic craft eyes (diameter 5-6 mm).
Caspar, Balthasar and Melchior bring joy to the homes of all knitters! And, what is even better, you can use leftover yarns in all your favorite colours! If you add loads of beads and sparkly things, the robes of your Wise Men will bring a festive touch to every window sill!
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What a pity! All of the Christmas elves are on strike.
Luckily, Manni and his friends offer to help Santa and save Christmas.
This cute little bear accompanies you the whole Advent season.
For one bear you need:
♦ Yarn, for example: Schachenmayr Catania or Scheepjes Catona. Colors:
• White (ca. 25 g) • Red (ca. 20 g) • Green (ca. 12 g) • Dark brown (ca. 2 g, if you crochet a sack: ca. 10 g more) • Gold/Yellow (Yarn leavings) • Black (Yarn Leavings)
♦ Crochet hook: Please use the smallest size which is recommended for your yarn
♦ Safety eyes (if you like, in the size you prefer.)
♦ Little bell (if you like)
To crochet the bear you should know the following things: crochet in rows, crochet in rounds, chain stitches, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, treble crochet, increase and decrease, switch colors. (In the pattern I use US crochet terms!)