Santa Crochet Decoration
Do you want to learn how to crochet a Merry Santa Toilet Paper Cover for christmas decoration? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.
Hi there, here at Crochet fashion you will find great tutorials, and I have a Santa Crochet Decoration tutorial for you today, it’s a fast and easy video tutorial, that was created by Creative Grandma.
This is a great alternative for those who want to innovate in christmas decoration, but still don’t have inspirations. If you are skilled with needles, you can take advantage of this amazing Christmas ornament tip for decorating your home.
Surprise your guests and celebrate Christmas with a delicate and original decoration. As everyone knows, crochet is a popular, economical, versatile type of craft that allows the creation of beautiful pieces. Therefore, there is no doubt that Christmas decorations using this technique are good options for decorating your home for Christmas!
Here you can buy the written pattern that is available on the Creative Grandma website.
But if you’re from the team that prefers a video tutoria, we have it for you for FREE.
The materials Needed for Santa Crochet Decoration is:
Any Brand (4) medium weight yarn.
3 1/2 oz red
2 oz. White
2 oz. Pink
¹/2 oz Green
¹/2 oz. Black
Few Yards Yellow
Small amount of stuffing
One Mega Roll of toilet paper.
Crochet hook size I-9 (5.5 mm) or size to obtain gauge.
The size; 9 inches across by 19 inches high.
This is an intermediate level pattern. This is a 3 parts project.
Part 1 is going to consist of making the head and the body of our Santa, this is pretty simple method that consist in working double crochets in the round and then we’re going to switch to single crochet increasing until we get to the size of the top of the toilet paper holder and then just work on changing from pink to red to half double crochet and then finish working with single crochet. It’s a very easy beginning to our Santa.
You can use any brand of yarn she prefer red heart Super Saver it’s extremely durable it holds up excellent and it’s just a wonderful yarn to use. So she use red heart Super Saver in cherry red black and petal pink. But if you don’t want pink for the face, you can use whatever color you want. She chose pink because if he’s out in the cold you’re going to have a pink face from the cold so you can use more of a skin tone if you prefer.
Part 2 –His little hands with his mittens, his little upper arm and these strips of loops for his beard and for the back of this head.
Part 3 – We’re going to make the hat, the little holly leaves and berry, we’re going to add his eyes and put the little belt. The hat is really tall so I will put it aside and go over the material lists for today.
Below you will find the 3 videos with detailed step-by-step instructions.
Thanks to Creative Grandma for the article inspiration and featured image.
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