Last Minute Crochet Gifts for Christmas Giveaway – Week 2

Welcome to Week 2 of the Last Minute Crochet Gifts for Christmas pattern giveaway lead by the amazing Veronika of Blue Star Crochet! Last week, we had our first round of patterns that would make easy crochet gifs for Christmas. This week, we have a whole new set of amazing crochet patterns for you that are available to download for Free! Free!? Yep, I said it!

Welcome to Week 2 of 3 of the Last Minute Crochet Christmas Gifts Giveaway!

If you’ve never participated in a crochet pattern giveaway before, don’t worry! I have all the details for this easy crochet gifts for Christmas pattern giveaway for you right here!

This giveaway lead by the lovely and fearless Veronika of Blue Star Crochet works a little differently than other blog hops you might be used to. In fact, it’s a bit more straight forward less time pressing than others – yay!

For three weeks, we’ll be giving you copies of our PDF patterns for free! Each Monday for three weeks, a new set of patterns will be available to download! Week 1 has already passed us and we’re on to week 2. Week 2 starts Monday, October 11th (that’s today!) and Week 3 starting Monday, October 18th.

Did you miss the first week of featured crochet patterns? No worries, click the button below to check them out!

Keep in mind, these patterns are not free to download anymore – but you can still check out the designers free versions of the patterns or purchase the PDF, if you’d like!

The patterns for the week begin being free at 12 AM GMT (that’s London, UK time!) on Monday, so for those of us in the PT and ET time zones, that’s 4 P.M. PT and 7 P.M. ET respectively on Sunday!

Yep, we get a head start! I mean, not technically, but it’s cool to think that! 😉

So what do you have to do to get all these free crochet Christmas gifts patterns?

  • Make note of the week’s specific code to get the pattern PDF for free.
  • Scroll through the portfolio of offered patterns for the week (you can see Week 1 below!)
  • Choose any or all of the patterns that you’d like to receive and click the links provided.
  • Clicking the link will take you to the designers website. You’ll need to look for a button that says “Download Your Pattern Here” with a Christmas-y theme. Click that button!
  • Once you’ve clicked the button, use the code for the week to receive the pattern for free (the code is the same for all the patterns, easy!).
  • When on the designers page and after downloading their pattern, click the “Back to Main Roundup” button to head back here to view all the other patterns that are available.

Easy peasy, right? Just make sure you get all the patterns you like for the week before the code expires!

Here’s what the button’s look like, so you know what to look for!

You’ll look for this button to download the pattern you’d like.

And use this button to head back here, to check out the other patterns!

Crochet Christmas Gifts Giveaway – Week 2

Week 2 of the Crochet Christmas Gifts Giveaway begins Monday, October 11, 2021 at 12:00 A.M. GMT (for us in North America, that means 4:00 P.M. PT or 7 P.M. ET on Sunday, October 10th)! You have until Sunday, October 17, 2021 at 11:59 P.M. GMT to download the patterns you’d like (For North America, that’s 3:59 P.M. PT or 6:59 P.M. ET on Sunday, October 17th)!

The code for this week is “LSTMINGIFT21” (without the quotes)! Keep note of that code as you go through the patterns you like!

Ready to grab some easy crochet gifts for Christmas patterns? Let’s do it!

The Snowbank Pocket scarf has two main features – beautiful diagonal ribbing created with strategic increasing and decreasing, as well as pockets! What’s not to love?

Click this link for the pattern!

Give the gift of handmade to your favorite chef! The Cast Iron Pot Holders Pattern is quick to make in your favorite (doubled) worsted cotton yarn! Make the Pot Holders to match the kitchen or in their fave colors, either way they are sure to be a treasured gift this holiday season!

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The loopy necklace is such a quick gift to self or loved ones this period as it works pretty quickly.

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Super quick and easy, these reindeer boots are the perfect stocking filler to make this year!

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The Lunt Twisted Headband is a beautiful crochet headband for fall and winter. Dress it up or down, and use it in almost any occasion during those cold days.

This crochet pattern uses a easy to memorize stitch pattern, featuring stitches such as the slip stitch, double crochet stitches and chains.

Click this link for the pattern!

Made by Gootie made some changes in the past few years toward zero-waste life, trying to minimize the amount of waste we produce. So they constantly looking for replacements for disposables products.
One of the easiest changes are switching to reusable face scrubbies. They are so soft and nice on your skin, they will also make beautiful gifts and great as quick makes for craft fairs!

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You get the pattern for both the His and the Hers version of this scarf in one pdf! Using simple but beautiful texture to create a gorgeous scarf that is sure to keep your loved one warm and look great!

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The elegance of the star stitch and your favorite worsted weight yarn are the only ingredients you need to make these soft and warm fingerless gloves. Just the perfect accessory for your snowy holidays!

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Super soft lightweight cowl that works up quickly.

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Bright and colorful wall hanging with quick and simple stitches that make great gifts. Customize these in your favorite Christmas colors.

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An easy and repetitive wrist warmer pattern.

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This is a double thick crochet potholder pattern, using the Thermal half double crochet stitches. It’s a quick crochet project, perfect for last minute gift ideas!

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Brighten up your kitchen with these festive panhandlers – elf, Santa Claus, snowman, and peppermint stripes. Each panhandler takes only half an ounce of cotton worsted yarn, so you can use up your stash while making great Christmas gifts. Makes a great hostess gift, teacher gift, Secret Santa, or white elephant.

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Three Christmas Ornament patterns, all easy and quick to make.

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Give the gift of diamonds to the little ones in your life.

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Adorable cowl for adults or kids, quick make.

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Make this cute little octopus keychain for a Christmas gift for your child’s teacher or kiddo in your family. It would make a great stocking stuffer!

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Super easy men’s crochet bandana scarf using textured stitches creating ribbed effect. It is worked in bandana style creating V shaped scarf that sits nicely at the chest.

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To help get you into the fall spirit I have designed this simple colorwork pumpkin square perfect as a blanket square, pillow or even a wall hanging.

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Such a quick and easy cowl to make as a last minute gift.

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This little angel is only about 4.5 inches tall, making her the perfect size for a holiday ornament, stocking-stuffer, or gift for someone special.

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That’s it for this week’s giveaway!

What did you think of these patterns, aren’t they lovely? I definitely grabbed a few myself to make for some of my friends and family for Christmas… if the project ever gets done, of course! Maybe next Christmas? 😉

Don’t forget to join my Facebook Group so we can chat all about your creations! We are a group for crocheters of all experiences, all interests and love to hang out together. Come join the fun!

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