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Monday, 14 December 2015

Reindeer Basket (Crochet for Christmas: 29 Patterns for Handmade Holiday Decorations and Gifts)

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Hi everyone, I hope you are all doing well and not stressing too much this Christmas season. It has been months since I have picked up a crochet hook. I just couldn't find the right project to start. When I came across this Reindeer Basket while looking for handmade ideas for Christmas, I just knew I had to make it.

This pattern is one of 29 in Salena Baca's book, Crochet for Christmas: 29 patterns for handmade holiday decorations and gifts. Inside you will find various patterns created by members of the Design Wars challenge. This particular pattern is written by Carolina Guzman. Check out her Ravelry Store. You will not be disappointed with the patterns she has to offer.

There are a few different ways you can get the pattern. I personally have a Scribd membership. If you sign up using the following link you get 2 months free I can definitely recommend it as there are a large amount of crochet pattern books available. 

If you wish to purchase the book you can find it on Amazon for a very reasonable price. It is available on Kindle or Paperback.

Some of the other patterns you will find inside include:

Angel, Santa’s Helper, & Snowman Ornaments
Christmas Lights Coffee Cup Sleeve 
Penguin Ornaments 
Mason Jar Cozies 
And many more

This book will be a great addition to your pattern collection.


  1. Funny Reindeer Basket! I love it, but isn't it sad that it's only needed 1-2month a year?

    Greetings from Germany

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