The last post in my Christmas series is Christmas knitting ideas. I have rediscovered a wonderful pattern book on my shelf called “Jean Greenhowe’s Christmas Special”. All the photos I have taken for this post are of pictures in this book. It is a Sirdar book (number 236).
I am not usually overly keen on knitted Nativity scenes, but I find the one in this book quite delightful. I won’t have the time to make it for this year, but plan to give it a go next year. I really like the way the figures all seem to belong together.
The book has a great selection of knitted toys too. They come in a range of sizes and would all make lovely gifts for children and maybe even some bigger people too. There are several versions of Santa, including a Mrs Claus, and several different snowmen too. They are joined by such things as an upside down doll, a teddy, a reindeer, an elf, and even a fairy for the top of the tree.
Another thing which interested me was a collection of small Christmas stockings. They look like a great idea for putting just a few small treats in. I find that a lot of stocking patterns seem to be a bit big. I find that a lot of stocking patterns seem to be a bit big. It can also be fun to use up some of your yarn scraps knitting little tree decorations.
If you are looking for a bit more inspiration for projects to add to your Christmas craft selection, I suggest you check out some of my affiliate sites listed below. Enter “Christmas” in their site search bar and you will find a treasure trove of ideas. Enjoy your browsing!
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