Aug 252015
 

IMG_1313Deck the Halls: 20+ Knitted Christmas Ornaments

Deck the Halls and Raid the Stash! In this exciting pattern book, we’ve got 20+ ornaments to keep those idle hands busy all season long as you happily knit the hours away creating handmade ornaments for your very own tree, and as treasured gifts for friends and family. Making these ornaments is easy on the wallet too. Luckily, Christmas ornaments are small, which means you don’t need to invest vast amounts of time or money on making them. Also, these charming patterns are made using a variety of yarn weights so you can easily find your gauge and conveniently use whatever yarns you have on hand. If you’re up for learning some new techniques, then you are in luck too. In Deck the Halls, you’ll discover openwork techniques, knitting with beads, knitting in the round, stranded colorwork, felting, and drop stitch. You’ll also be delighted by the range familiar friends— we’ve got Jolly Saint Nick of course, Donner the Reindeer, Elfie and Agnes the Lamb to name just a few. Let’s pick up our needles, and make some Christmas magic!IMG_1316

My Review:

This is a super cute book!  There are so many cute knit ornaments to make. Christmas is only 4 months away – time to get busy on your Christmas Projects so you can enjoy the holiday without rushing too much!  My first project is going to be this cute mitten garland.  I can use up some of my scraps of yarn.  I also want to make some cute little stocking ornaments.  I see lots that will keep me busy.

The best thing about this book is how easy the directions are to follow. Each pattern tells you how easy or difficult it is.  Then list the material you will need.  There are also step-by-step directions and a picture of the finished product.

If you would like to purchase this book cute book you can do so HERE.

Kaisy1I received a Copy of this book from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for the review.

 

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