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Introducing our adorable Elf Stocking Cap Christmas hat knitting pattern. This free knitting pattern comes in sizes baby, toddler, children, women and men. You’ll be making hats for everyone you know this holiday season! * Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a small commission, at no cost to you,... Read More
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Christmas elves have always been symbolic of festive cheer, and Bernard is the epitome of joy and happiness.Whether you...
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10 Baby Gnome Free Knitting Patterns - Page 2 of 2 in 2021 | Christmas knitting patterns free, Chris
Jan 30, 2021 - The Baby Gnome Free Knitting Pattern is so fun to make. It only uses tiniest bits of scrap yarn. It's also such a great gift for small children.
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The Easy Christmas Tree Free Knitting pattern is so quick and easy that beginners will easily be able to make them. No special skills are needed.
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You can Knit several of these dainty little angel ornaments to adorn your tree or to give as gifts with this Christmas Angel Ornament Free Knitting Pattern.
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These Little Snowman Knitting Patterns are great fun to make and will utilize lots of short lengths of colored yarn. They are a quick and easy knit.
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Christmas Bell Ornament Free Knitting Patterns
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Click Here to view this pattern on Ravelry. The Gnome is only 4-inches tall which makes it both the perfect ornament size or stand-alone toy. The Gnomes are knit completely in one piece starting from the bottom to the top of the hat. The beard, ears, arms and pointy feet are picked up and knitted directly on. There is no stitching together of tiny parts required. Note that the ears and feet are totally optional so if you feel your gnome is good to go without, it’s just as cute that way. The…
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