Crochet Holidays Patterns
Simple Square Easter Basket
Date Added: April 16, 2014
This Easter basket is made with a square container from some frozen Mini Eclairs or Mini Cream puffs! It is fun to make and can be made in a day or 2 depending on how fast you crochet. You can also either glue the crochet to the rim of the container or not. I didn't so that I could remove the container to clean it. The handle is made from the rim of the lid.
Pumpkin and Witch's Hat Candy Dish
Date Added: October 19, 2013
This candy dish and lid are actually a pumpkin dish made with an empty non dairy whipped topping container and the lid is a witch's hat made with the container's lid inside for support. It is fun to make and would make a great addition to your halloween table!
Monster Skull Candle Holder
Date Added: October 12, 2013
This little monster scull candle holder looks really creepy in the dark with the battery operated tea light candle on! It would make a cute addition to your Halloween table!
Little Vampire Bat
Date Added: October 7, 2013
This was a challenging project to design! I had to start the wings over about 4 times to make it the way I wanted it. The body is all one piece, the wings are one piece and then the ears were made last and sewn on last.
Shell Stitch Easter Egg
Date Added: March 16, 2013
This Easter egg is made first in regular concentric circles, then changes to the shell stitch with the first color change. The 2 different shell colors are carried up the rows and not cut until all of the rounds are complete.
Spider Web Ghost
Date Added: October 12, 2012
This ghost pattern is fast and easy to make. It is made with Baby Pompadour yarn that has a shiny strand going through it. If you cannot find this type of yarn, any baby weight white yarn will do.
Little Pumpkin Candy Dish
Date Added: September 26, 2012
This little candy dish uses one of those little plastic fruit cups from those multi-pack fruit cups that pineapple tidbits, diced peaches and other single serve fruits come in. It is fun and fairly easy to make and would very festive on any Halloween food table.
Spiderweb Tealight Candle Holder
Date Added: October 27, 2011
This pattern is designed with using a battery operated Tea Light in mind. It is fast and easy to make and would make a very cute decoration for a Halloween Party.
Date Added: October 2, 2011
This crocheted pumpkin canister is made with a recycled plastic large coffee can. It is fun and easy to make and can be completed in a couple of evenings. You can use it to store Halloween Treats for your Halloween party. It would look festive as a centerpiece on your Fall table.
Decorative Easter Egg Holder
Date Added: April 23, 2011
This Easter Egg holder would make a great table decoration for each place setting. You can put a pretty decorated plastic fill-able egg on it filled with Easter goodies for each of your guests. You can place little place cards in front of each one and set it on the center of their plate so your guest can find where they are to sit.
Floral Easter Wreath
Date Added: April 16, 2011
This wreath is first made by crocheting a tube which is open on each end. The tube is stuffed and the ends stitched together. There is a cardboard ring on the back side to keep it stable. The wreath is decorated with a fancy ribbon and bead bow, silk spring flowers and plastic Easter eggs. It is a fun and easy project to make and can be completed in a couple of days.
Rippled Rainbow Easter Basket
Date Added: April 9, 2011
This Easter basket is fun and fairly easy to make and uses a recycled 3 pound margarine tub as it's inside form. It is made similar to the Rippled Rainbow Easter Egg Pillow but does not have the multicolored yarn separating the colors of the rainbow.
Funny Bunny Easter Egg Cozy
Date Added: March 27, 2011
This Easter Egg Cozy is made for Duck Sized plastic eggs that you fill with goodies for Easter. It is fast and easy to make and you could make a few in an evening!
Glittery Easter Egg
Date Added: March 18, 2011
This Easter egg is made with scraps of thread and a plastic Easter egg. It is fast and easy to make. You could make several of them in many different color combinations! This is a great pattern to use your scraps of thread in!
Abigail Witch Air Freshener Doll
Date Added: October 18, 2008
This air freshener doll is dressed in a black witch costume. The costume consists of 3 pieces, a hat, dress and cape. I made the costume removable so the doll can where other costumes through the year.
Lacy Easter Bowl
Date Added: March 18, 2008
This bowl is made for filling with Easter grass and decorative Easter eggs. It is fun and easy to make and can be made in just a few hours.
Cute Little Ghost
Date Added: November 5, 2007
This crocheted ghost is fast and easy to make and would look great hung in a window so he or she can greet trick or treaters at the door! This is also a great beginner project for someone who is just learning how to crochet in the round.
Pumpkin Utensil Holder
Date Added: September 27, 2007
This crocheted utensil holder is just the thing to dress up your Halloween party table! It has a felt pocket on the back and the front is done in 3 pieces. First the main part of the pumpkin and the 2 leaves are crocheted. Then all 3 pieces are glued onto the felt pocket. The face is made from black felt.
Ruffled Easter Basket
Date Added: March 28, 2007
This Easter basket has a handle which is ruffled hence the name. It is a fun basket to make and it is an opportunity to recycle! It is also made by carrying yarn up the inside of the work and moving your hook back and forth between dropped loops. You will see what I mean when you get started.
Little Shells Easter Egg
Date Added: March 21, 2007
This crocheted egg has little shells made up of 3 dc in one stitch and it is fun and easy to make. The most difficult part is stitching up the opening closed after slipping the plastic egg in.
Flower Girl Wedding Basket
Date Added: August 4, 2006
This basket was designed for my Step Son's wedding and it is meant to be used by the flower girl at the start of the wedding to drop silk rose petals onto the runway from.
Lacet Easter Basket
Date Added: March 19, 2006
This Easter Basket can be made in just a few hours and would make a beautiful addition to any Easter decorations you may have in your home.
Little Easter Dish
Date Added: March 28, 2005
This Easter Candy dish could be used for any season by just switching out the colors for the occasion you are making it for. It is just the right size for small candies.
Witch's Caldron Party Favor
Date Added: August 31, 2004
This little caldron would make a great party favor. I did not have halloween candy when I made this but it would be perfect with candy eyes in it.
All Occasion Holiday Basket
Date Added: August 4, 2004
This basket is actually woven! The pieces are crocheted then woven together. It starts with a crocheted circle with arms on it then the rings are woven on the arms. You can use this for any holiday you want by changing the color of the yarn and filling it with decorations or gifts for what ever holiday you are celebrating.
Pumpkin Drawstring Bag
Date Added: July 8, 2004
This pumpkin bag is the perfect Trick Or Treat bag for your little one. Or you can use it during the Fall holidays to store those plastic store bags. That is what is inside the example in the picture.
Freedom Waves Wall Hanging
Date Added: June 14, 2004
This wall hanging is perfect for the 4th of July. Also if you have a room in your house with a red white and blue color scheme, this would be great in there. The background is a star in a pentagon.
Dad's Treasure Chest
Date Added: May 18, 2004
This treasure chest is perfect for Dad to put his pocket change in at the end of the day! Give it to him filled with gold wrap candies!
Mother's Day Bud Vase Cover
Date Added: April 23, 2004
This pretty vase is actually a cover to go over a tall slender plain bud vase I found at Wal-Mart. You could make it in an evening and would make a great gift to give mom with Flowers In it.
Date Added: April 4, 2004
This basket, made from scraps, can be used as an Easter decoration by putting Easter grass and eggs in it or it can be a plant pot cover or a storage container for your desk. I am using it on my desk to hold markers, 6" rulers, my paper punches, scissors and other stuff I like to have close at hand.
Valentine Candy Dish
Date Added: February 14, 2002
This candy dish is fast and fun to make. It uses an empty whipped topping container as it's form. This project is a good way to use up red scraps of yarn and recycle those whipped topping containers you may have kicking around. You can fill this will shredded pink or white crepe paper and valentine goodies to give as a gift for your sweetheart!
Tapestry Crochet Easter Egg
Date Added: July 5, 2000
Even though it is made of yarn this egg could be easily made of thread instead. It uses a technique I recently learned how to do Tapestry Crochet. A method of crocheting 2 colors at a time carrying one color along as you work the other color.
Stuffed Candy Corn Toy
Date Added: October 31, 1999
This pattern started out as a table mat but after I completed rnd 11 I found that it would make a better stuffed toy. You could actually use this pattern with crochet thread and make a bunch of these to put into a halloween centerpiece.
Shell Stitch Easter Basket
Date Added: March 25, 1999
This small basket is just the right size to fill with small items to give a friend or your Mom an Easter Gift!
Little Twine Easter Basket
Date Added: March 7, 1999
This basket is made with all-purpose bailing twine which is available in any hardware or discount department store such as Wal-Mart. You will find it in the Home improvement section most likely.
Spiderweb Suncatcher & Spider
Date Added: September 8, 1998
I figured since Halloween is coming I would put in this Suncatcher instead of a doily for this month. I think the spider looks real.
Date Added: August 10, 1998
This stuffed pumpkin would be really cute as a Halloween Centerpiece surrounded by fall leaves! You could also make it with size 10 thread and a size 7 steel hook to make small pumpkins.
Easter Basket Decoration
Date Added: March 15, 1998
This little Easter Basket is just the right size for giving a little treat to someone who is special. Just a little token of friendship. You could put into it a few jellybeans and other goodies.
Date Added: March 1, 1998
This striped little crocheted easter egg is really easy to make and uses a variation on the static stitch which was featured in the April issue of the Just Plain Fun Crochet Newsletter.