Crochet Advent Calendar
Crochet Advent Calendar
Crochet Advent Calendar

Christmas Advent Calendar

Introducing a Crochet Along to welcome Christmas with counting down the days with a Crochet Advent Calendar. There are 12 different ornaments, essentially you crochet 2 of each so you have 1 for each of the 24 days.

Each one of the pockets has an ornament inside. The pockets have the dates that are embroidered on.

Crochet Advent Calendar
Crochet Advent Calendar

As the date approaches, you take out the ornament from the pocket and slide it onto the button on the tree. By Christmas, you will have a fully decorated crochet tree to enjoy.

Crochet Advent Calendar Mounting
Crochet Advent Calendar Mounting

This was designed by Emily, one of the designers of Yarnspirations. I remember sitting with her when she was working through this concept. In the meeting, we talked about miniatures as we have Miniature Pumpkins for Halloween. Emily was so excited about the concept. Designer, Nicole, made a funny joke about calling the idea, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas!” We laughed like school girls. Emily eventually finished and the Crochet Advent Calendar was born.

This was a stitch-along project for December 2016. So each one of the videos was presented as a separate unit. The following are all of the tutorials that match this project:

Crochet Background

Crochet Christmas Tree

Crochet Date Pockets

Crochet Gingerbread Person

Crochet Reindeer Ornament

Crochet Christmas Stocking Ornament

Crochet Candy Cane Ornament

Crochet Gift Ornament

Crochet Holly Ornament

Crochet Mitten Ornament

Crochet Snowflake Ornament

Crochet Hot Cocoa Ornament

Crochet Santa Ornament

Crochet Snowman Ornament

Crochet Wreath

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Crochet Advent Calendar
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28 thoughts on “Crochet Advent Calendar with 12 Ornaments

  1. Thanks for being such a great teacher and inspiration! I started the Advent Calendar Crochet Along but realised that most of the ornaments do not relate to Christmas in Australia so I have created my own version. I hope you have a chuckle over some of them. Can you please tell me where the best place to post them would be?

  2. I loved this project. Yes, loved it (past tense) because I set myself the challenge of using bits from my stash including raiding the button box. And, well, it took me a week and the Gilmore Girls marathon but I’m finished. I suppose I should’ve waited for the video on the stocking but I think after three hours and one trashed sample full of errors I got it!

  3. I actually did my tree all in one piece. Its easier that way i think. Rather than tieng off, I just chained 7 off each edge turned, you make the next level up, and came back.

    • I have put in a request with Yarnspirations already and we have to match their email schedule. They haven’t shared it yet as 2 extra tutorials were thrown in and they have to adjust. I’m waiting for them to give me the final dates. I’m sorry.

  4. The written pattern does not specify to sc in back “bump” of chain. Is this the only modification of the pattern? Thanks!

  5. Hello!
    I am jusr finishing the Peppermint Throw, do you have a scheme of how to join the 6 different motifs ?
    TIA. And love you guys!!
    Regards from Mexico

  6. Really love d idea.

    N would like to join in d fun of creating… For Xmas…
    Thank you mikey. U are my key to happiness … N zen moments…

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