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Crochet Patterns for the Christmas Table

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We have found some beautiful ideas for incorporating even more crochet into your Christmas this year. These patterns will brighten up your Christmas table, making it look extra festive and you have another excuse to put your feet up and relax with your crochet on the busy build up to Christmas.

Here are some ideas for crochet table decorations we think you will love.

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This crochet table runner would work all year round but would be especially festive if you teamed it with a red table cloth underneath. Find the free snowflake table runner pattern at Red Heart (you need to sign up to get access)

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This free pattern for a crochet snowflake table runner can be found at Favecrafts – once you’ve mastered the basic snowflake it’s just a case of repeating it until your runner is big enough.

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Table mats and a serviette ring and coaster – these will look amazing on your Christmas table. The free pattern is from Garn Studio

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These little poinsettia leaves look so pretty – make your own crochet napkin rings like this with the free pattern from Craft Passion

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These pretty crochet jar cosies look great with a tea light in them, you could make a few for the Christmas table, perhaps add a little sprig of holly to make them extra festive.

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According to Petals to Picots, these cone Christmas trees are ‘insanely’ easy and quick to make up.  Perfect Christmas table centrepiece!

Are you making any Christmas decorations, a crochet table runner or centrepiece?  we’d love to hear about them and do please share pictures too on our facebook wall.

 

 

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  1. Hi. Where can I get the patterns to use with the kit from issue 7? Thanks

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