Beautiful Ornament Crochet Baubles

Plaid Ornament Baubles Free Crochet Pattern

Christmas is vastly approaching and so is the time to decorate your tree with baubles. Now that’s a tricky one. You could go for the glass or plastic ones, but here’s an alternative: beautiful crochet baubles. 

Every time you’ll look at them, you’ll be very pleased with the result and make your decorations really special. They will also save you a lot of money and last for many years. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.



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Christmas Baubles Free Crochet Pattern

Those baubles look really magical and festive. They will make your Christmas tree look really special. Ambitious beginner can definitely give this one a try!

  • DESIGNED by: aitie Moore (Thoresby Cottage)
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

Go to the pattern: 

Christmas Bauble see more here

Mini Christmas bauble Free Crochet Pattern

Aren’t those baubles just the cutest thing ever? Due to the gold thread, they look even more magical and festive. Decorating your house with them is a great way to spend time with your family.

  • DESIGNED by: Caitie Moore (Thoresby Cottage)
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

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Diamond Christmas Bauble Free Crochet Pattern

You can feel the Christmas magic just by looking at this pattern. Beginners will be able to make it quite quickly, and the Christmas tree will look just amazing.

  • DESIGNED by: RichTexturesCrochet
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

PHOTOS by RichTexturesCrochet

Diamond Christmas Bauble

 

Crochet Christmas Baubles Free Crochet Pattern

This one looks very classic due to this burgundy color, which we all associate with Christmas. It quite reminds me of the Nutcracker fairytale. There is only candy cane missing! 

  • DESIGNED by: Ophelia Talks
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

PHOTOS by Ophelia Talks

Crochet Christmas Baubles

 

Plaid Ornament Crochet Baubles Free Crochet Pattern

These amazing and stunning buffalo plaid crochet ornaments are absolutely great for your rustic or classic Christmas, the best time, winter is around the corner.

  • DESIGNED by: Bethany Dearden
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

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Plaid Ornament Crochet Baubles

Fluffy Baubles

Take a look at these fluffy baubles by Potter & Bloom, aren’t they just gorgeous? I love the colors and cool designs. This particular pattern was written for 7 cm polystyrene balls and it’s absolutely beautiful. Each bauble is made using just two strands of yarn, so it’s a great way to use up leftovers!

  • DESIGNED by: Potter & Bloom
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

PHOTOS by Potter & Bloom / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on potterandbloom.com, or read more about it on Ravelry

Soft Christmas Baubles

These fun, soft Christmas baubles are a perfect last minute project to decorate your tree and your house. They are super soft, because they have a stuffing inside. If you want to make Christmas decorations that will last, these baubles will be just ideal. Safe for animals and kiddos to play with!

  • DESIGNED by: Crochetpedia
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

PHOTOS by Crochetpedia / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on crochetpedia.com, or read more about it on Ravelry

Snowflake Bauble Christmas Ornament

This beautiful crochet ornament in the pictures below was made by Justina Kirkwood and it’s a lovely piece, that will look incredible on your tree every year. The finished bauble is approximately 3.1″ in diameter or 9.8″ in circumference. Isn’t it lovely?

  • DESIGNED by: Justina Kirkwood
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

PHOTOS by Justina Kirkwood / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on colourceilindhcrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry

 

Merry & Bright Baubles

Christmas baubles doesn’t have to be boring at all and these colorful pieces in the pictures below are the best example for that! As you can see, they’re super vibrant and will make every Christmas tree look just fantastic. They will look great and keep their amazing colors for years to come!

  • DESIGNED by: Kelly Wilson Moore
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

PHOTOS by Kelly Wilson Moore / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on lovedotty.com, or read more about it on Ravelry

Old World Christmas Bubbles

This traditional in style Christmas tree ornament is a beginner friendly project that will beautify the holiday season. Christine Allison has created it on the classic Christmas bubble, that makes a basis of the whole design. This is a great way to transform old decorations, zero waste style. Reuse the old bubbles and yarn leftovers and you will get new trinkets without any harm to the planet.

  • DESIGNED by: Christine Allison
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Photos by Christine Allison / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on offthehookbychrissy.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Christmas Ornament Ball

This is a very traditional take on the Christmas bauble. The classic winter sweater pattern was used to create a seasonal decoration that will make your home more festive and cozy. Pattern designer, Thao Nguyen Lennutas, is also suggesting some fun adjustments to the bubble pattern, like linking it with the crochet amigurumi patterns. Check out the designer’s site to find out more.

  • DESIGNED by: Thao Nguyen Lennutas
  • PROJECT TYPE: Hanging Ornament
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Photos by Thao Nguyen Lennutas / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on lennutas.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

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