These beautiful ornaments are something in the middle between hanging ornaments and bulbs. Make a bunch of them in different colors, and your Christmas tree will look amazing.
North Star Ornament by Yarnspirations
Christmas Pudding Bauble by Sooz In The Shed
Ribbon Christmas Tree by Poppy Bliss
Christmas lights (bulbs) by Repeat Crafter Me
Granny Square Angel by Sewrella
Snowball Christmas Ornament by RioofDaisies
Snowman by AmigurumiToday
Slice of Pizza by Red Heart
Candy Cane is apart from Christmas tree the most popular ornament. Of course, you can do a single one, but why not combine it with something else, like mice?
These funny mice with a candy cane are from Amigurumipatterns.net: Flip, Flap and Floep
Country Cottage and Tree Ornaments (2 patterns) by Bella Crochet
Gingerbread Men by Repeat Crafter Me
Photo on the left: source
Ice Skates by AllCraftsBlog
Mitten Ornament by Highland Hickory Designs
Jeffrey The Eggnog by Knot BadSponsored Links
Glory Christmas Ornament Cover by Ombawka Design
Star ornament by One Dog Woof
Candy Cane Covers by Drop DesignSponsored Links
That was our last pattern at this moment. I hope you like it. I would like to encourage you to play with these patterns! Don’t be afraid to combine them in one piece of art. With your talent and imagination you can get incredible and unique decoration e.g. like this one made by Uljana Semikrasa:
These were our best 25 free crochet patterns. Still haven’t found what you are looking for? Try this ebook from Etsy- 25 Crochet Ornaments by Sewrella. There is lots of amazing stuff there!