Do you need a break? A project that will allow your mind to pleasantly wander? Do you crave basics? Simplicity? Repetition? If so, I think you’ll like the patterns in the 2020 crochet gift guide.
I am deliberately including projects that are timeless, yet quick and easy to make. Each pattern should take an intermediate crocheter less than two hours to make. All these projects call for natural materials, can be customized – and they all make perfect gifts!
You can get all the 2020 crochet gift guide patterns as a single pattern bundle below. The discount is incredible! Five patterns for $5! Plus, find a link to a free pattern at the end of this post.
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What patterns are included in the 2020 Crochet Gift Guide?
Macrachet Wall Hanging
This is such a simple and quick crochet project! Instructions to make the tassels are not included, but you can find them anywhere. Plus, I think the medallion on its own would make a neat Christmas tree ornament! The design certainly eludes to the shape of a snowflake but not so much as to make it a seasonal-only item.
This bowl is so versatile, and works up in no time. Keys, knick-knacks, potpourri… I’m sure you’ll come up with many uses!
Jute and Cotton Rainbow Wall Hanging
If I had to choose a symbol of 2020, a rainbow would be it. The ways to make this crochet rainbow wall hanging are pretty much endless.
Jute and Cotton Coasters Set
Including a coaster set in a gift guide might be a borderline cliché, but I cannot help it. Coasters work, they are easy to make, and they make wonderful house-warming gifts.
It’s still my favorite! It looks like a perfectly chubby baby of my original Jute and Cotton baskets, and looks wonderfully filled with a small planter with a spilling succulent.
And one more thing before I say goodnight (and go vote if you haven’t already).
This hanging basket net works perfectly with both the tiny bowl and the tiny basket featured in the 2020 crochet gift guide above, and you can find the free pattern right here on the blog.
Looking for more crochet inspiration? Check out the 2018 crochet gift guide.