Free Pattern Friday: Deck the Halls!

What do you like better: Making holiday gifts or making holiday decor? This year, we’ve got decor on the mind, from ornaments to stockings and more. This super-size collection of free patterns and tutorials will help you get started.

Heart Advent Calendar

1Heart Advent Calendar

Help youngsters count down the days (you know they can hardly wait!). This adorable Christmas Advent calendar features 24 heart pockets for treats or sweet sentiments.

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Tis the Season Pop-Up Container

2Tis the Season Pop-Up Container

Stitch up a Santa or reindeer as an adorable gift basket to hold baked goods, movies, craft supplies or other thoughtful presents.

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Santa Christmas Apron

3Santa Christmas Apron

Simple assembly and fusible appliqué make this a quick project that is sure to be a holiday favorite. The pattern can be adjusted to fit most sizes for plenty of cookie baking.

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Hexadoodle Tree Skirt

4Hexadoodle Tree Skirt

This mini tree skirt can be machine pieced or paper pieced. It’s a perfect stash buster that can also be used as a centerpiece for your holiday table.

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Little Christmas Stockings

5Little Christmas Stockings

Knit up these adorable stockings and hang them on the tree. They’re just the right size for gift cards, jewelry, or candies.

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Christmas Tree Hand Warmers

6Christmas Tree Hand Warmers

Knit a pair of pretty hand warmers and embellish the trees with buttons for a gift that’s as much fun to wear as it is to make!

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7Crochet Christmas Ornament Cover

Stitch up this crochet ornament cover in less than an hour. Use an ornamental thread and embellish with beads and baubles to finish.

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Christmas Elf Hat Pattern

8Christmas Elf Hat Pattern

Be the life of the party with this festive hat. Add some bells and ornament earrings for a beginner-friendly project that will be hard to miss!

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In the Hoop Christmas Sucker Holder

9In the Hoop Christmas Sucker Holder

These serve as tree ornaments as well as special treats. They’re embroidered and assembled entirely in the hoop for adorable accents without all of the effort!

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Bell Christmas Tree Ornaments

10Bell Christmas Tree Ornaments

Felt is a fantastic medium, as it requires no edge finishing. Add ric-rac, beads and some pretty embroidery for an ornament that’s certain to become an heirloom.

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Christmas Button Charm

11Christmas Button Charm

The tutorial shows you how to add sparkle to any ornament or gift in about an hour using Swarovski crystals and seed beads.

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Scrap Fabric Christmas Ball

12Scrap Fabric Christmas Ball

Gather up your festive fabric scraps and turn them into gorgeous vintage ornaments. Glue and wrap pieces, add craft glue and embellish.

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20 Days of Christmas Gift Giving Guide

1320 Days of Christmas Gift Giving Guide

Presentation is everything! This 72-page guide shows you how to create your own gift boxes, gift bags, treat bags, nested boxes and more!

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Mitten Gift Tags

14Mitten Gift Tags

These cute gift tags are easy to make — just print and cut! Originally designed for knit projects, the included laundering symbols are handy for any handmade gift!

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Cookie Name Tags

15Cookie Name Tags

Monogrammed sugar cookies make unique name cards for your next holiday gathering. They’re also nice for stocking stuffers and ornaments.

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Shipping Baked Goods

16Shipping Baked Goods

Can’t spend the holidays together? That doesn’t mean that you can’t share the love. Find out the best types and methods of shipping baked goods.

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Loralye Winkes

it is misleading to read make “TIS THE SEASON POP-UP CONTAINER
Stitch up a Santa or reindeer as an adorable gift basket to hold baked goods, movies, craft supplies or other thoughtful presents.

Get the FREE Pattern”
when in fact you do not get the pdf for either the Santa or the reindeer

Tired Teacher

The Santa Pop-up (‘Tis the Season Popup. Container) does not include the pattern.

Pam H.

I agree with Loralyle, where is the instructions for Santa and the Reindeer ?


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