Are you a last minute gift maker? I sure am! I have all of these intentions to get everything started ahead of time. However, when it comes down to it I’m so busy during the holidays that I never start gifts till the last minute. If you’re in the last minute gift maker club, then you’re in the right place!
I am so happy to announce the 12 Days of Christmas Gifts Event! This event is designed for the all of the last minute gift makers out there who want to make a handmade gift but don’t always have enough time. Well let’s be honest, we have time but we don’t set it aside, haha. During this FREE crochet pattern event, I’ll be sharing 12 FREE crochet patterns that would make awesome gifts! They’re all quick and easy crochet patterns to make, so that you can make them in less than a day. A little birdie told me there might be a blanket you can make in a day. Yep, you heard that right! A blanket you can make in a day!
The free patterns for this event range from hats, to cowls, to slipper socks, and some home decor. Most of them can even be worn by both girls and boys, so you can make these for the whole family. Sorry in advance if everyone in your house begs you to make them each a pair of slipper socks. Just kidding, I’m totally not sorry about that! You are going to love them!
So how does this event work? For the next 12 days I’ll be releasing a free crochet pattern here on my blog, along with a Youtube video released on my Youtube channel each day. Be sure to subscribe to my Youtube Channel so you don’t miss any of the videos! There will also be a crochet along that I’m hosting in my Facebook Group, The E’Claire Makery Crochet Club! It’s a super casual crochet along, so all you need to do to participate is make one of the patterns I release and share it in the group. If you do make one of the patterns and share it, you’ll be entered in to the giveaway for the crochet along prizes! Some of the prizes include yarn, a project bag, and a $50 gift card to your favorite craft store! That’s right, you can win stuff for making gifts for people.
If you don’t want to wait for all of the patterns to be released, want all of the pattern sizes, and like printable PDFS, then I’ve got just what you need! I’ve put together a pattern bundle of each of the patterns for this event, that you can buy for half price of what all of the patterns would cost by themselves. Normally the total price would be beteween $24-30, but I’m offering this bundle for just $12! You’ll save over 50%! Plus you get to start your gifts right away, and can get all of those entries for the crochet along made. The pattern bundle will be available in my Etsy and Ravelry stores tomorrow morning.
So with all of details laid out, let’s get started!
If you love wrapping Christmas gifts, then it’s time to add some crochet flair to them! Inspired by candy canes, this festive crochet basket pattern is perfect for holding all of the goodies for your loved ones. Plus, one of the best parts about this gift basket, is that you can use it all year long! I love reusable crochet patterns! FREE pattern available on:
Get ready to cuddle up by the fire with the Ribbon Candy Blanket! This super cozy blanket is made from Bernat Blanket Yarn, which makes it one of the softest blankets you’ll ever make. It works up nice and quick too, and would you believe it can be made in a day? That’s right! It’s so esay to make that you can make it in a day. Everyone in your family will want one as a gift. You can get the free pattern on:
Keep your feet nice and cozy this winter with these bobble slipper socks! This beginner friendly free crochet slipper sock pattern makes the perfect first time crochet sock pattern. It even comes with a video tutorial to walk you through each step! It comes in 3 sizes, with the small being available for free. You can find the pattern on:
My Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEBlbQZ35IA&feature=youtu.be?sub_confirmation=1
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