How about some back to the basics baubles?
Of course, back to the basics is not necessarily an exercise in passe. In fact, here are some of the the most original and prettiest patterns I have seen, I’m sure you will love them! While they all take the shape of the most traditional Christmas baubles, each one is a little masterpiece and burst of color and design. Consequently, it allows you to give your Christmas tree a personal touch. Moreover, they are also easy and fun, and will be great presents and stocking stuffers. Finally, they’ll also be a great canvas for your creativity and taste.
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Easy Granny Baubles
First, these granny baubles are easy and quick to make. Also, they’ll look elegant in a box cover with some fancy tissue patter. As you can, they also need little bits of yarn, so they’re an excellent yarn odds and ends user upper!
Go to the pattern: Christmas Crochet Baubles
Christmas Flower Baubles
Next, these beautiful 7 petal flowers resemble African flowers. They are great for shaping a sphere
made of 2 halves joined together at the final round to yield a 21 cm in circumference.
Go to the pattern: Christmas Flowers
Hey! It’s Frosty for your tree. Indeed, since Christmas Baubles are a very traditional way of dressing a tree, then Frosty is doubly so. Overall, these snowman-themed crocheted darlings will give you lots of room to experiment with accessories.
Go to the pattern: Snowman Baubles
Little Diamonds Baubles
The Little Diamonds Crochet Bauble is an easy tapestry crochet project for your Christmas tree.
If you haven’t tried tapestry crochet before, then these baubles will be a great project to start with.
Go to the pattern: Little Diamonds Baubles