Holiday-Themed Crochet Amigurumi: Festive Patterns for Every Occasion

The holiday season is a magical time filled with warmth and joy. It’s a time of togetherness, gratitude, and of course, crafting! Crafts like crochet amigurumi offer the perfect outlet for those who love surprising their loved ones with one-of-a-kind gifts or want to add a homemade touch to their home decor.

In this blog post, we dive into the world of holiday-themed crochet amigurumi patterns that will make your holiday celebrations extra special. From Halloween to Christmas and everything in between, there’s a crochet amigurumi pattern waiting to be made.

Let’s check them out:

Beginner Crochet Amigurumi Kits

Kiki the Chick, Jojo the Bunny, Felix the Fox, and Pierre the Penguin with their respective packaging

Whether you’re new to holiday-themed crochet or simply looking for a way to get started, you can’t go wrong with our beginner kits. Each kit comes with everything you need to crochet an adorable Wooble — including step-by-step video tutorials, Easy Peasy yarn, stuffing, plastic eyes, and a crochet hook.

Get ready to fall in love with OG Woobles like Pierre the Penguin, Jojo the Bunny, and Felix the Fox. You might start out with the intention of making amigurumi plushies for your friends, but you’ll probably end up wanting to keep one for yourself! These make great gifts for any occasion.

Christmas Crochet Tree

Crochet Christmas trees of varying sizes with festive decorations

Christmas trees are the centerpiece of holiday decorations, so why not try making a mini crochet version? It can be a little challenging to add details like lights and ornaments, but if you can pull it off, it would be a delightful addition to your living room.

Christmas Crochet Kits

A Woobly Wonderland Advent Calendar showing the 24 drawers

Walk into a Woobly Wonderland with this limited edition advent calendar! With twenty-four drawers holding yarn-tastic surprises, this is the perfect way to prepare yourself for the most wonderful time of the year (we won’t blame you if you want to sneak a peek).

Crochet Christmas Wreath

Green and red crochet Christmas wreaths with embellishments

Why stop at Christmas trees when you can double the festive atmosphere with a crochet Christmas wreath? This makes a beautiful addition to your holiday decor. There are all kinds of variations out there, ranging from traditional to whimsical. You’re definitely going to find one that suits your style!

Crochet Holiday Stocking Pattern

Red crochet Christmas stocking with white fluff

In many homes, it’s a holiday tradition to hang stockings by the fireplace for each family member. Pets included.

If you like to change up your stockings every few years, try crocheting them for a personal touch. You can embellish the stockings with stars and other festive elements. Or, you can get really creative and make your loved ones stockings that match their personalities.

Halloween Crochet Hat

Purple crochet witch hat

Halloween wouldn’t be the same if you didn’t dress up as a spooktacular character! Why not complete your costume with a crochet hat? You can go for the obvious witch hat or pumpkin beanie, or make a human-sized version of this tiny aviator hat.

No matter what comes to mind, we’re sure you can find a pattern exactly like you imagined somewhere on the internet.

Halloween Crochet Amigurumi

Frankenstein crochet kit complete with yarn, stuffing, crochet hook, and safety eyes

You can’t have a Monster Mash without any monsters! For a frightfully splendid time, try your hand at bringing Frankenstein to life, waking up a long-sleeping mummy, or just letting loose mischievous bats and cats.

Mini Halloween Crochet Patterns

Tiny black cauldron with green potion

Make your Halloween Woobles even more festive by trick-or-treating them to some accessories. You can make fall staples like pumpkins and candy corn, or for something truly bewitching, try a spellbinding cauldron. These small crochet projects aren’t just boo-tiful; they also give you the opportunity to practice new stitches and techniques.

Crochet Halloween Decorations

Crochet spider web with a spider attached

Image from Nana’s Crafty Home

Turn your home into a haunted house with crochet Halloween decorations. Try making spider webs, skulls, and ghosts and hang them from your doorways and walls. These decorations might not look super terrifying, but they do help you get into the Halloween spirit.

Quick Crochet Gifts for the Holidays

Gift card from The Woobles, featuring a brown fox crochet kit, a white bunny crochet kit and a blue penguin crochet kit with a white belly on the design

Sometimes, the holiday season can sneak up on you, leaving little time for crafting. Don’t worry. That’s what quick crochet gifts like this crochet kit gift card are here for. It may be a last-minute present, but it’s still thoughtful and it gives your loved one the ability to pick their favorite Wooble.


Holiday crafting knows no bounds in the world of crochet amigurumi. The patterns we shared above allow you to showcase your creativity and spread cheer in a special handmade way. The best part is, you don’t need to be an experienced crocheter to create something amazing. There are tons of beginner-friendly patterns you can keep up with.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your Easy Peasy yarn and trusty crochet hooks and start creating unforgettable gifts for your friends and family. Happy crafting!


What can I crochet as Christmas gifts?

If you're looking for Christmas gift ideas to crochet, there are several options that are both thoughtful and creative. Here’s a list for some inspiration:

Tiny Scarf: Accessorize the Wooble you just made with a scarf to keep them snug and cozy. This scarf kit comes with step-by-step video tutorials, Easy Peasy yarn, and a PDF pattern.

Coffee Cup: If you have a friend with a serious fondness for coffee, you have to crochet a cup of joe for their Wooble.

Video Game Character: Take your loved one’s favorite video game character from screen to stitch.

Messy Bun Hat: This gift is practical but cute — perfect for those who like keeping their hair up even when it’s cold out. (Source: Amelia Makes)

Crochet Lace Mandalas: These intricate creations can be used as coasters, but if you think they’re too pretty to use, they make great decorative pieces. (Source: Desert Blossom Crafts)

Crochet Mitten Ornament: While this little mitten may not fit your hand, it’s a fun ornament to hang on Christmas trees. It can hold candy and small gifts. (Source: Fave Crafts)

Small Decorative Basket: This ridiculously versatile basket can hold anything from jewelry to small household items. We won’t blame you if you want to crochet one for yourself! (Source: Sigoni Macaroni)

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