As Christmas approaches don’t get caught up in the panic of last minute crochet. Planning your Christmas table for most creatives is such a big thing, right? It’s recommended to start your Christmas crochet in the summer and although the thought of this might fill you will panic trust me when I say you’ll thank me later if you take this advice on board.
This post is filled with Christmas crochet table decor inspiration to get your ideas flowing so you can start to get prepared. I think your table decorations are a close second to your get Christmas tree, wouldn’t you agree?
Keep reading for sparkly coasters, bottle holders, tea cosy to cutlery holders I hope this Christmas blog post fills you with inspiration whether you want to bring a hint of handmade loveliness to your tables at Christmas.
When it comes to choosing your colours I have a blog post that might be helpful, click here to read more. See below for the yarn and colour I’ve selected for the projects featured in this post.
First up, my OG yarn, Stylecraft Special DK.
And then a relatively new yarn to reach my hook is James C. Brett Twinkle DK.
Crochet Cutlery Holder
Keep your cutlery cosy in these super chic cutlery holders. Add a touch of glam by using sparkly yarns for that extra twinkle. Using simple stitches worked in the back loop only to create the ridged effect, this project is quick and easy, even for the crochet newbies.
These crochet coasters are a classic favourite both here on the blog and on my YouTube channel and there’s no surprise really. They are simple and stunning, taken to the next level made in these beautiful Christmas colours.
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Crochet Tea Cosy
Tea anyone? Now us Brits are known for our tea drinking and there’s nothing better than sitting around the table chatting with a cuppa after a Christmas roast. So why not jazz up your teapot with this tea cosy and match it to the rest of your table.
Crochet Bottle Wrap
For those of you who fancy a tipple of something stronger than tea, this bottle wrap is also sure to wow! I featured this in my Crochet Gifts post, but seriously, you need to make some for yourself too! I so obsessed with this crochet bottle wrap designed by @craftingbylucy
The icing on the cake for your tablescape is your placemats. These simple flat circles do the trick. You can make these in any yarn unless you are planning to use them for something super hot! In that case, you want to be sure to use a cotton yarn so it can withstand the heat.