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Crochet Your Christmas Ornaments - 25 Christmas Decorations to Make - cover

Crochet Your Christmas Ornaments - 25 Christmas Decorations to Make

Claire Wilson, Jane Burns, Cara Medus, Anna Fazakerley, Lara Messer

Publisher: David & Charles

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A fun and festive collection of DIY crocheted Christmas baubles and decorations from five talented designers.   Five Christmas themes from five designers allow you to select one theme or mix and match to create your perfect Christmas tree decorations. The designs are suitable for all levels of crocheters and are quick and simple to make. Each theme offers five new patterns. Choose from Santa's Grotto, which includes the classic Santa Claus with his reindeer, traditional Christmas trees, elves, and a string of dancing gingerbread men. Or why not crochet a delightful Frozen Winter Wonderland of snowflake baubles, snowmen, hearts, and candy bows, complete with a Snow Princess. Our Fairy Tale theme is sure to appeal to children and features a fancy Christmas fairy with a jolly pair of Christmas birds, red woodland toadstools, and a Christmas gnome.   If you are looking for something more sophisticated, you will be inspired by the stylish collection of Scandinavian Christmas baubles in classic red & white, complete with bunting, or our stunning White Christmas theme featuring an amigurumi Christmas tree with mistletoe baubles, snowflake bunting, and Chinese lanterns with Christmas berries.   All the patterns and instructions you need to crochet your bauble collection are included.

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