Paula’s Holiday Decor

© Susan B. Anderson

A curated list of ASO’s very own store owner Paula! All of these wonderful fun patterns can be found on These little projects are perfect for little gifts for friends and family or festive diy decor to bring the festivity’s into your home.

Photo by © Alexandra Feo

Santa’s Laundry Line

by Eleonore von Castelmur

Since I don’t have a Christmas tree, I decided to knit some pieces to make a garland. I don’t like seaming; therefore they are all constructed to be knit in the round. I also tried to keep the individual pieces in proportion to each other.

Eleonore von Castelmur

Price: Free PDF Download
Yarn Suggestion: Cascade 220 Fingering

Photo by © Janet McMahon

Mini Sock Yarn Sweaters

by Janet McMahon

These decorative sweaters are worked in one piece, top down. They are a great way to use up your leftover scraps of sock yarn – approximately 5g of yarn required.

Janet McMahon

Price: Free PDF Download
Yarn Suggestions: Alegria Grande Bocados(mini skein)

Photo by © The Left-Handed Crocheter

Christmas Lights

by The Left-Handed Crocheter

Price: $4.00 USD
Yarn Suggestion: Cascade’s Anchor Bay

Photo by © Sarah Schira

Gno Fun Like Gnome Fun

by Sarah Schira

Price: $7.00 CAN
Yarn Suggestion: Berroco Vintage

Photo by © Susan B. Anderson

Little Long Johns

by Susan B. Anderson

Price: $5.00 USD
Yarn Suggestion: Estelle Superwash Merino DK

Falling Snow Stocking

by Jennifer Hoel

This was originally knit as a Christmas gift for my niece, Paige.
The stocking uses bulky weight yarn and real sock construction, including a short row heel and abbreviated rounded toe. So, if you wanted a pair of socks to wear, knitting with fingering weight yarn and minor modifications should do the trick. In bulky yarn, however, this is one laaarge rustic looking stocking!

Jennifer Hoel

Price: Free PDF Download
Yarn Suggestion: Cascade Eco+

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