11.05.2012

Free Crochet Pattern: Amigurumi Holiday Lights

I've known ever since Spring that I was going to be making some cute amigurumi christmas lights this season. However when I went to find an actual pattern, I found that they were either too big, the wrong shape bulb, or not free (cheapskate!). So I made my own! And I'm offering it to you for free!

I love the look of traditional Christmas lights. I really hope the world gets over this only wanting boring white lights business. It's all about color! And cute, little faces on everything.

Grab the pattern on Craftsy or Ravelry
And I'd love to see how yours turn out on Ravelry!

19 comments:

  1. I love this!! Definitely going to crochet it this season. Thanks for the free pattern and idea! :)

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  2. I'm really looking forward to starting this project--it'll be a good way to work through my stash. Thanks for posting the pattern for free!

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    1. Where do you get the pattern for the Holiday Lights, I can not find the pattern, I must be overlooking something. If you could help me find it or e-mail it to me I would appreciate it.
      Thanks cakeartist622001@yahoo.com Valerie

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    2. it took me a minute to find it too! there's a link above to the pattern on ravelry.

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  3. my daughter has done some of these in lovely bright colours so I'm going to have a go. They look fantastic!

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  4. Hello, I am having a problem and hope you can help me when finished one row do you slip stitch to join the next round? if you do join, do I have to ch2 for dc starting the next round?

    thank you
    :)

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  5. lindo vc esta de parabens .Amei as luizinhas so que estou com dificuldades pois não consigo traduzir sera que vc poderia me mandar o grafico .
    Obrigado
    Maysa

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  6. Awesome!
    What is a 3 stitch magic ring??

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  7. I have tried several times to get this "free" pattern, but cannot seem to get to the right web site to copy the pattern. Where can I get the pattern?

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  8. Having problems getting this pattern too ... HELP!

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  9. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. I just completed mine and it is hanging in my dining room for the upcoming holidays. I've shared on my personal blog and at Ravelry. Thanks again! :-)

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  10. Thank you so much for posting this pattern! My younger brother has recently acquired a place of his own, so this past Christmas I made him a string of five of these super-cute lights. He loves them! Great pattern and pics!

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