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10 Days of Christmas Amigurumi Blog Hop

Please note this event is now over. However, you can still scroll down to find links to the patterns that were featured! Many of these patterns are still available for free (ad-supported) on the designer’s website, or can be purchased as a premium ad-free PDF for a small cost.

The Christmas Mushroom Elf amigurumi pattern is very fast to work up, and the best choice for a last-minute gift for this X-mas and New Year’s. You can use the Crochet Mushroom Elf as a Christmas tree ornament, keychain, bag charm, or just simply a small crochet doll for your little one to play with.

This little Christmas tree ornament will not only look amazing on your X-mas tree, but also add a nice touch on your gifts!

The most beautiful and original way to decorate your Christmas tree this year is with an amigurumi. This reindeer is what your tree was missing… a cute and easy pattern right here for you.

Someone wants to hang out in your Christmas tree! This gnome on a swing is a joyful ornament for your Christmas decorations or a thoughtful DIY gift for your loved ones. With detailed instructions and step by step pictures, this pattern is accessible for beginners.

Ukie the Unicorn is an adorable, magical, and cuddly addition to any toy room. With her pastel-coloured mane and tail, and a little heart on her belly, she’s sure to steal your heart. The pattern is beginner-friendly and works up fast, making an ideal last minute Christmas gift.

Polar bears may be big and ferocious in the wild, but this little guy just wants to hang out in your house – or on your Christmas tree! Celebrate the festive season with this quick and easy pattern, perfect for gift giving or for decorating your home.


I designed this adorable little tree as a gift to a friend who was looking for a decoration to put on a her shelf instead of hanging on a the Christmas tree.

This tree is a perfect addition to your Christmas decorations and a beautiful gift to the loved ones.

Charles is a snowman, but he definitely prefers the toybox over the snow! His favorite times are rough and tumble games with the kids who play with him.

No, his nose wasn’t lost because of some child’s antics, he’s simply allergic to carrots! Don’t let him catch you staring, he’s very sensitive about it.

A pudgy little Santa gnome is a fun, festive Christmas crochet project. This free pattern will work up fast and give you a little holiday friend to put under your tree or on your mantle.

A super sweet Christmas pudding man to adorn your Christmas tree. A quick and easy pattern and makes a perfect gift for this festive season.

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