‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the land, not a crafter was stirring, no making by hand. Homemade quilts and knit stockings were placed by the chimney with care, because with free patterns in July, projects were finished with time to spare!
The holidays are a busy, stressful time of year. All the chaos can leave little time for the projects you love, not to mention zap your creativity. So deck the halls a little early this year! Celebrate Christmas in July for fun holiday projects you’ll enjoy making, and spend this next December cozied up, relaxing by the fire.
Merry Christmas in July to all, and to all FREE pattern delight!
Bring seasons tidings to your table with this classic quilt pattern from Craftsy member SewBitterSweet. Mix in festive patterns for holiday decor, then try different fabrics — oranges and yellows for fall, pastels for spring — to make a table topper for every season!
Step back in time with this vintage-inspired apron! Craftsy designer madewithhugsandkisses included lovely details like a gathered skirt, adjustable ties and ruffled edges for a sassy kitchen accessory. Plus, who doesn’t love an excuse to whip up a batch of tasty Christmas cookies? (Psst.. Check out these no-bake treats for a holiday cookie recipe that won’t heat up your kitchen!)
Even the blazing July sun won’t melt this Frosty Snowman! Pattern designer DoulaMommy brings you a fun, colorful knit hat you’ll be itching to wrap and store under the tree! Switch up yarn colors for a fantastic gift for kids and adults alike!
We can’t get enough adorable amigurumi, and this little reindeer is no exception! Crocheting Craftsy member DawnToussaint brings you an early Christmas gift with this tiny toy. Create this pattern and let the merry Murray’s red reindeer nose shine!
Your Christmas in July merriment will be all tied up in a pretty bow with these perfectly pretty patterns. Making this pattern from Craftsy designer Sandra Scholte is sure to spread cheer come the holidays. With pearls and Swarovski bicones beads, you’ll leave sugar plums dancing in the head of anyone who wears them!
Decorate a tree with all the trimmings! This hand embroidery pattern from pattern designer Kelly Fletcher uses light green and pinky red thread for a fun twist on the traditional Christmas hues. Stitch it up and frame it for simple red and green seasonal decoration!
Add some opulence to your tree with this unique ornament. This paper crafts twist on a classic German bell from Craftsy member Foot Loose is a lovely blend of old-world tradition with new-world colors. Get creative, mixing and matching paper and ribbon for a yuletide ornament the perfectly coordinates with your home tree!
Okay, so you might not be able to make Christmas cookies ahead of time, but you don’t need Santa to make a plate of cookies! Check out this printable recipe bundle for tasty holiday recipes you can enjoy year round. Use the sugar cookie and royal icing recipe to make sugary treats in beach-themed shapes, like fish or beach balls. Or, try blending the pumpkin spice latte recipe with some ice for a refreshing twist on a cool-weather classic!
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