Christmas Granny Baubles

 Stash Buster 17

 This week I made more Christmas decorations and crocheted a couple of Christmas Baubles. You can't be early enough; before you know it Christmas is there. I already have a lot of blue and white decorations for the tree from last year and want to complement this with handmade decorations instead of buying new stuff again 

For this pattern you don't need a lot of yarn, so I used left overs of other projects. Inside the balls are old Christmas baubles that I didn't use anymore. Plastic baubles are best to use, because after crocheting two halves you cover the baubles with them and close them by threading. Glass baubles are more breakable, so plastic is saver.

Pattern: Christmas Granny Baubles by Annie Design Crochet (free pattern)

Yarn: various colors of Capri by Katia


The Sweet Potato & Pumpkin Empanadas, that I made a couple of weeks ago, were featured this week by God's Growing Garden!

The little Christmas creatures that I showed last week were featured by Oombawka Design and French Ethereal!


  1. Your crochet Christmas ornaments are wonderful! I must show these to my daughter who is an avid crocheter and because of pets and toddlers must have non breakable ornaments on her tree. Love them!

  2. Very pretty and practical, too. They won't break if they fall on the floor.

  3. I love these!


  4. I love crocheted Christmas baubles and usually pick up some old ones cheaply in a charity shop in the new year ready for covering later in the year. They have such a lovely retro vibe don't they?

  5. Adorable! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ's.

  6. This is such a beautiful and personal way to decorate plain ornaments!
    Congrats for being one of our featured guests at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy #515!
    Hope your Thanksgiving was fab!

  7. These baubles are gorgeous! I don't crochet myself, but I shall try and persuade my mum to make some :)

  8. Pretty baubles! Baubles are so fun to make, and I love the color combo you used.


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