Scroll down to get the free Crochet Mini Pom Pom Beanie Christmas ornament pattern.
Last year, I had the pleasure of designing these adorable little crochet Christmas ornaments using Love Crochet’s Paintbox Yarns. If you haven’t used these yarns before, they are fabulous!
They are only available online and I understand the cautiousness of buying yarn you can’t touch. If I had to compare it to another yarn in stores, I would compare it to Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice but perhaps even softer. Plus, they have many beautiful shades of colors! You can check them out here.
For these crochet Christmas ornaments, I wanted to have fun with the color and make brightly colored ornaments. I opted to use two different colors for each beanie and it made it more fun to mix and match all the colors together!
These Christmas ornaments are so easy and quick to make! You will be able to make a handful of these in just one sitting.
Make a few or make a bunch, they make great yarn stash busters and who doesn’t love that?!
Although I did hang these on my tree, I think they could be cute little gifts as well to use as keychains. Or you can make a bunch and make them into garland to decorate any room.
Happy Holidays from my family to yours and Happy Crocheting!
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Free Christmas Ornament Crochet Pattern
Paintbox Yarns Aran/worsted weight in any color
1 5/8” Clover Pom-pom maker
Pattern is written in US terms.
Chain 1 in the beginning of each round does not count as a stitch.
One hat will be made with two colors: main color and trim color
3” x 3.5” with pom pom
4 st x 3 rows in half-double crochet
Ch = chain, SC = single crochet, HDC = half-double crochet
Starting with trim color
Row 1: Ch 4, SC in second ch from hook and across, turn
Row 2-24: Ch 1, SC across, turn
Ch 1 and join to Row 1 by slip stitching across to connect both ends to make the trim