Baby Jesus Crochet Ornament

from LoisLeigh's Creations

Baby Jesus Crochet Ornament Pattern


PDF Digital Download

Have you made this pattern?
Share with the Craftsy community.

Crocheting: Baby Jesus Crochet Ornament
rollover image to zoom

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Read blog or news article about this pattern




Home Decor



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic crochet stitches such as sc, hdc, dc, tr and sl st.
  • This pattern is made using U.S. crochet abbreviations
  • The pattern includes description of abbreviations and complete instructions with picture tutorials.

Pattern Description:

Now you can make this sweet baby Jesus ornament to celebrate His birth in a lowly manger.

With 2 young grandchildren I wanted to design a nativity set to help teach them what Christmas means in their household.

This would look wonderful on a Christmas tree, a wreath or on a wall display. There are no glass components for young hands to break so it is a great hands on teaching tool.

This is a quick and fun ornament to make.

Contact information is on pattern if you have any problems, feedback or just want to show me how cute it looks.


10 hdc = 1 inch (2.5cm),
7 hdc rows = 1 inch (2.5cm)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 2 inches (2.5cm) wide by 4 1/2 inches (11.4cm) long


  • Bedspread weight (size 10) crochet thread
  • 5 yards peach (or choice of skin color)
  • 12 yards white (or choice of swaddling clothes color)
  • 13 yards gold (or choice of halos and baby accent color)
  • 14 yards golden yellow (or choice of straw color)
  • Steel Crochet hook size 7 (1.65mm)

You Will Also Need:

  • Small amount red (or choice of mouth color) Could also use embroidery floss
  • Small amount of black (or choice of eye color) Could also use embroidery floss
  • Small amount of polyester fiberfill.
  • Tapestry needle
  • Washable fabric glue

About Designer

About Designer

LoisLeigh on

My mother taught me to make a chain stitch when I was in elementary school. I was hooked. Now, I enjoy making knit and crochet patterns that I love for others to learn these wonderful arts.

Visit Andersons's profile on Pinterest.

Other popular patterns:

View all Crocheting patterns »