This video is a bit different in that instead of one tutorial, I’m making a round-up post of the different Christmas things I have done in the past In a minute I’m going to show you in detail many of the things that I have here plus some others that didn’t fit here at the moment and I’m sure you will get some ideas of what to make for this Christmas. I have all the links to the tutorials or patterns of all of these ones I’m showing now and they are in the same order that I’m now going through them. This here bell has been the most popular of my patterns. It has really gone viral on Pinterest and that has brought lots of people to the video too. One reason probably is that people are also using this for wedding decorations. You can see the size compared to my hand here. The Christmas tree balls all have exactly the same pattern, the difference size simply comes from the yarn and hook. This one is double-knitting wool, this is finer wool and this here is crochet cotton. Two different types of tree decorations here. These two have cut up Christmas fabric in the middle and then it has been crocheted together round using glitter thread. And this is Christmas tree for the tree! It is actually a semi-circle that has been folded back and forth. Here’s a Christmas tree skirt that I really love. This was a crochet-along, a video crochet-along last year and the videos are still there. It has two different kinds of wedges, this one is lacey and this one is overlay crochet and the center is just netting. This teapot cozy was in the Simply Crochet Magazine last year, my design and it was part of a designer challenge. I don’t have the right size of a teapot to show it in. It has pockets on both sides, it’s like a present and then it opens and you could put a little present inside it. And there’s a big bow on top. And this here is available in Ravelry as a single pattern . Then something for the knitters. This is a fairly large wreath for your door or wall or whatever. It’s been made so that there are 3 tubes that are knitted and filled with stuffing, And then a bow. These stockings are my latest design now and there’s a tutorial for it. Can see the size of it here compared to my hand. You can also make for garland for your tree using crochet. There’s glitter yarn in these and the white one actually has sequins as well. This an el is my oldest design. It was in the late 80s when I was living in Ireland and trying to come up with ideas to sell at Christmas craft fairs. It’s also small, Christmas tree decoration size and this, like any of the small decorations, are great also attached to a Christmas card. You probably have as much left-over yarn as I do so why not use some of them up for a colorful bunting. This here one is one of my favourites. Again a tree d ecoration and where’s the middle? It’s been made using 4 small granny squares that have been attached in the middle and then you can use your imagination to use whatever you have to make different types. This heart was originally a Valentine’s Day pattern but it works great for Christmas as well, depending on what colour. I actually have red and green and different coloured ones but I couldn’t find them for now! But you can imagine this in a lot of colours. More stockings! Both knitting and crochet. There here have been knitted round, they actually can also work as advent calendar, you can put tiny tiny things in them. This is more like a tree decoration and I have given them out in Christmas cards as well. The glitter is not in the yarn but I have brushed some glitter on it when it has been drying from the starching. Snowflakes can sometimes a long time to make because they can be complicated. These two ones that I have made are very easy. This one has only one round. You start here and you do one at a time and you only go round once. And this here one has two rounds, so it goes quick as well. This here little bell is knitted. There’s been a whole lot of different kinds here and I hope you have found your favourite! And remember, there are direct links to all the tutorials or patterns for all of these in the video description. Have fun working on some of these!