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One of my favorite holidays is Christmas! One of my family member’s loves to decorate their house every year, and I love her Christmas Crochet ideas! When I make her the Christmas Crochet request, I always end up with a matching one for my Christmas decorations.
Before she made her first request, this YouTube video shows what Crochet Christmas items I had for 2015:
These were my first crochet Christmas penguins that somebody requested:
Here are my favorite Christmas Crochet Penguins:
Then I started making crochet items for my family at christmas:
My family member loved the Christmas crochet items so much that they requested a Crochet Santa Clause, which is one of their favorite collections.
Of course, now I have a Crochet Santa Clause and Mrs. Santa Clause too!
In 2016, I decided to give a lot of my crochet toys to “Toys for Tots.” I ended up winning a very nice flat screen television because of it, which I wasn’t expecting. In this YouTube video, I show my “Toys for Tots” crochet craft table. The Marines loved my crochet Marine Bulldog!
I also made a new Christmas YouTube video for 2017 Christmas crochet ideas:
The next year, the same person asked for a Crochet Snowman.
I loved the finished crochet heirloom Snowman that I made that year, and my family member loved how I crocheted the lights in the snowman!! Yes, I said in the snowman! Also, how could I make a crochet Snowman without making a crochet Olaf? Olaf was of course mine!
If you like the lights that I used, here are some direct links:
Lights#2 Watch the price on this one. It was $14.99 when I posted it on 26Jul18. It is also prime eligible.
I bring out my crochet Santa Clause and Mrs. Clause as well as Olaf at Christmas time. This year, the request by my family member is for a reindeer. One of my YouTube Channel followers also requested a crochet elf. So, starting next month get ready for my crochet reindeer and crochet elf YouTube video tutorial. Of course, I will need a set of 2..lol…
Go check out my Crochet Heirloom Christmas Elf CAL, I have some free PDF downloads too!
This year, I am going to be on the hunt for the perfect Christmas Pickle ornament for my Christmas tree. It will be a new Christmas tradition for us. Here is a free PDF download for you, if you would like to start this Christmas tradition as well: