Crochet Ornaments Patterns
Victorian Ball Ornament
Date Added: December 30, 2008
This ball is fun and easy to make and is made in 2 pieces that are laced together around the equator of the ball ornament. It is made with Victorian Christmas yarn.
Date Added: February 28, 2007
This basket ornament is one of the set of Five Ornaments that has been available on this site for over a year. This would be perfect for hanging on the tree and placing a small gift inside it for that special someone. Or it can be used at Easter as a little tiny decoration.
Lacy Chains Snowflake
Date Added: January 6, 2005
This snowflake is a result of a visitor request. She wanted me to design a snowflake based on the Snowflake Bookmark I designed on this site. I changed the 3rd round then added one more.
Starry Ball Ornament
Date Added: November 25, 2004
This ball ornament is made with 2 stars put together at the points as the last round is worked on the 2nd star. It is fun, easy and fast to make.
Beaded Stuffed Star
Date Added: July 2, 2004
This ornament has red white and green beads on it and is made with Baby Sport Pompadour yarn so it has a little sparkle to it. It would look great on your Christmas Tree!
Snowflake Ball Ornament
Date Added: November 29, 2001
This ball is fun to make. It is done in two pieces that are stitched together on the last round of the 2nd piece. It has a snowflake on the top and one on the bottom stitched together with a band of large open mesh around the center of it.
Date Added: July 18, 2001
This little snowflake is super fast and easy to make. It is just the right size for a small table top tree. Or you can use it as a package topper.
Lacy Bell Ornament
Date Added: November 24, 2000
This lacy bell is fairly quick to make and would look great on your tree. you could also decorate a Christmas wreath with it. It has a jingle bell on the inside as the clapper.
Pretty Snowflake Ornament
Date Added: October 9, 2000
This lacy snowflake is fast and easy to make and you could make several in an evening! It is just the right size for filling those large open spaces on your tree. You could also use it as a package topper just like any other snowflake you can make.
Bulb Sachet Ornament
Date Added: September 26, 2000
This sachet ornament would look great done in a solid color as well as a variagated thread. You can stuff it with polyester stuffing as shown in the photo, then infuse it with a spray scent, or you can stuff it with potpourri. If you have an artificial tree, and you have any access to fir trees, you could cut a few tips off the branches of the tree and use the needles to stuff it.
Date Added: November 9, 1999
This snowflake looks like it is made up of a ring of crowns. It is a little different from most snowflakes in that it has a large hole in the center. So you could actually embellish this snowflake with a tiny Christmas or other winter holiday charm.
Date Added: August 13, 1999
This lacy snow flake is made with size 20 thread and would be a bit bigger if made with size 10 thread. It could be put into a metal ring to turn it into a suncatcher.
Date Added: December 20, 1998
I designed this ornament about 14 years ago during my first Christmas as a new mom and wife. It is not one of my best designs but it is one that I put on my tree every year.
Square D Ornament
Date Added: November 19, 1998
I used a square D ring to make this ornament cause I have hundreds of these rings and thought it would be fun to have an ornament made with one. You could use a bone ring which is ¾ in diameter instead if you cannot find one of the Square D's in your local fabric store. You can order some square D's from me also. I have hundreds of them.
Star in a Star Ornament
Date Added: November 13, 1998
This star ornament works up really quick and you could make up a whole bunch for your local bazaar or to use as package toppers. I know that my family loves to receive the crochet ornaments I tend to make every year.
Date Added: October 29, 1998
This pretty wreath would not only look great on your tree but also as a package topper.
Date Added: September 3, 1998
You will need iron on transfer paper for an inkjet printer. If you do not have a color inkjet or bubble jet printer you can use rubber stamps or your own artwork to make the design for the ornament.
Filet Shell Ornament
Date Added: July 15, 1998
This ornament made with a satin covered 3 diameter ball would be really pretty combined with many more of the same type on your Christmas tree. This is my favorite type of Christmas ornament to make.
Snowflake One of 10 Mini Snowflakes
Date Added: April 10, 1998
This is just one of a collection of 10 mini snowflake patterns available from Just Plain Fun!
Set of 5 Ornaments
Date Added: March 15, 1998
All of these patterns with the exception of the angel are crocheted with baby yarn. The angel is crocheted with size 10 Knit-Cro-Sheen.
Tape Core Wreath Ornament
Date Added: March 15, 1998
This wreath ornament is based on the very first pattern I designed back in 1983. I changed the beads and the ribbon on this one. I would actually use red satin ribbon but I did not have any at the time this wreath was made so I used red twill tape for the example.