Anything Knitted and Crocheted

Welcome to my blog. I hope to blog about my knitting and crocheting as well as everyday life. The patterns that I post are original and as such there is copyright on them. When they are based on another pattern there is a link to the pattern.

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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Holiday Patterns from Patons

Deck the Halls with Patons®!

It's the most wonderful time of the year! With joyful color and delightful decorations, it's so fun to get into the holiday spirit by transforming your home into a Winter Wonderland. From trimming the tree and decorating the mantle to adding creative touches to your kitchen and even your bedroom, there are so many creative options available to bring the holidays to life. We’ve got some great ideas to inspire your inner designer using Patons® yarns.
Christmas Tree Ornaments
Go beyond the boughs of holly - these cute and easy tree ornaments are made using Patons® Classic Wool. The polka dot ball is an easy way to try felting for the first time, and looks great in all colors.The itty bitty hat, mittens, and gloves are adorable reminders of the chilly winter you can enjoy without setting foot outside.
Dots Ornaments Mini Sweater Ornaments
Lots of Dots Ornaments (knit) Mini Sweater, Mittens and Toque Ornaments (knit)


Toasty Toes  
While you're cozying up by the fire enjoying those decorations, these slippers will keep you warm. Adult slippers to knit and crochet are perfect to use while relaxing or working around the house. These felted elf slippers are an adorable gift for any boys and girls who want practice being Santa's helper, or who just like to travel in style.
Crochet Slippers Knit Slippers Elf Slippers

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