It's December! Let's be festive!
So many holidays and vacations and school breaks.
So much good food, friends and family.
Let's look to knit and crochet some cheerful holiday decor.
Up above is one of my favorite, fast projects. Susan Mills' Celebration Banner can be knit in any color combination to suite your particular festival.
Barbara Spencer Hawk's gift tag/ornaments are sized by using different weights of yarn. Try Liberty Wool Light, Worsted and Big to make three sizes and dangle them anywhere.
Robyn Chachula's crochet chanukiah/menorah is a fun way to get the kids involved in the holiday. The removable candles can be "lit" by the young ones without fear of fanning the flames. Make one in organic cotton seedling to keep it all natural.
Seedling would also work fantastically well in this face cloth by Emily Jagos. A lovely housewarming gift for any Chanukah party.
But these mini socks have won my heart. Knit in small bits of Alpaca Sox, they are super soft and colorful. Our free pattern works up so quickly, you can make a shoebox full of them in plenty of time for the holidays.