Holiday Cheer Ornaments

Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern
Kelbourne Woolens Holiday Cheer Ornaments free pattern

Holiday Cheer Ornaments

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After picking out a tree this year, we opened up our box of decorations and I found one of the knit ornaments I made about 10 years ago and gave as small gifts to our extended family. Remembering how fast, fun, and simple they were to make, I quickly set out to make a new set for our tree for our daughter Charlie to enjoy.

The end result is a gift to my family, but also a gift to you – a free PDF download with instructions for 3 different ornaments worked up in The Fibre Co. Cumbria Fingering and Canopy Fingering. Each style comes with two alternate options, from stripes, to cables, to embroidery.

DESIGNER: Kate Gagnon Osborn
YARN:
1 / The Fibre Co. Canopy Fingering: Parakeet and Orchid.
2 / The Fibre Co. Cumbria Fingering: Appleby Castle, Grizedale Forest, St Bees Beach, and Yew Tree.
Each ornament takes about approximately 10 grams/35 yards.
GAUGE: 30 sts and 40 rnds = 4” (10 cm) in St st, after blocking.
NEEDLES: 1 - set US 1 (2.5 mm) dpns, or size to obtain gauge.
NOTIONS: Cable needle, Polyfill stuffing, Tapestry needle, size 2.75 mm crochet hook, 1.5" pom pom maker.
SIZE:
Mittens: 4.5” (11.5 cm) length, 4” (10.75 cm) circumference.
Ball: 7” (17.75 cm) circumference, stuffed.
Hat: 4.75" (12.75 cm) circumference, 2.75" (7 cm) height.
SKILLS: Increasing, decreasing, working in the round, basic cables (optional), basic embroidery (optional).

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