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Crochet Santa Christmas Ornament Pattern


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Crochet Santa Ornament is a cone shape Christmas decoration. It can be hang on your Christmas Tree but also great for putting up on the shelve etc. First page of the pattern is written description in U.S crochet terms. Pages 2&3 are a PHOTO TUTORIAL including 21 photos. Size of finished Santa is 11cm (4.5in) but you can use different types of yarn to achieve smaller or larger size. Also check out my FREE pattern for Angel Ornament on my blog: Thank you Aneta Izabela BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY hdc decreasing (hdc2tog) GAUGE 14 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches in single crochet. PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Avril Chunky Knitting COLORWAY Red, White, Off White, Black Note: To make the Santa in Gold and silver I used double strand of Drops cotton viscose in: Mustard (gold) Pearl Grey (silver) Off white - for the face. I've used 6mm hook, Santa turned out around 9 cm tall.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 4.5mm crochet hook
  • Avril Chunky Knitting Yarn in: Red, Off white and black
  • King Cole Comfort Chunky Yarn in White

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Hi, I’m Aneta Izabela the person behind the Crochet Arcade brand that I’ve created in 2012. I’m a wife and a mum and as of 2017 I’m a full time crochet pattern designer and a blogger. My mum taught me to crochet when I was about 7 years old but I haven’t seriously started to crochet till I was 29. As most people I’ve started by selling my crochet makings from the patterns I’ve designed but soon realised it’s not something I wanted to do in a long term. For a year I’ve also taught crochet in the local town of Southport in the UK where I live. I really enjoyed teaching crochet but my heart was always in designing and that’s where I’ve decided to put all my efforts in for the time being. I’m an economist from education, I’ve worked as an accountant/analyst  since I graduated the University but I also have this creative side of me that loves arts and crafts. What I love about designing the patterns is that I can use my mathematical and analytical skills in a generally creative processes of designing the pattern. I also love photography and digital designs so it all ties in perfectly and hopefully will help me succeed in what I do. I’ve got loads of ideas and exciting plans for the future including publishing e-books, creating loads of free crochet tutorials including downloadable crochet charts and releasing plenty of new patterns. If you are interested in my journey and would like to get an updates on what I do please feel free to subscribe to my blog and my mailing list at Thank you, Aneta Izabela