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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

FREE Crochet and Knitting Patterns at ONLINE DEGREES

The resurgence in popularity of knitting and crocheting has coincided with the prevalence of sites and blogs devoted to the timeless hobby. Knitters and crocheters who are searching for ideas don't have to spend a day with grandma -- not that you shouldn't be spending time with your grandma -- when numerous valuable resources can be found with the click of a mouse. Now that the holiday season is upon us, you may be in the mood to spread the cheer by creating some appropriately-themed crafts. Browse through the 50 free holiday knitting and crochet patterns listed below and see if any capture your fancy. There are many knitting and crocheting patterns.

And for each upcoming holiday be sure to come back and check out more of these wonderful FREE patterns.... that's over at ONLINE DEGREES Check it out today!!!

Knitting Patterns
Here are just a Few:

Christmas Decorations

Get into the holiday spirit by adorning your home with a variety of decorations that are fit for the season.

Amigurumi Mistletoe: Spread the holiday love by hanging a few amigurumi mistletoes around your home. Snowmen: Slim, Rosy and Lumpy are each three-to-four inch snowmen that come dressed for the season.
Father Christmas: Knitting Father Christmas may not be the easiest project, but it'll be well-worth it once you see the finished product.
Holiday Mice: On a cuteness scale of 1 to 10, these holiday mice are definitely a 10.
Snowman Finger Puppet: Create a little snowman sidekick to accompany you during the holiday season.
Snowflake: Transform your home into a warm yet snowy holiday gathering spot.
Icicles: A clever, low-maintenance way to bring the winter indoors.
Miniature Christmas Wreath: This easy-to-make miniature wreath can be placed anywhere throughout your home.
Holiday Garland: It should only take roughly an hour to make this decorative garland.

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