Knit Bell a Holiday Craft Pattern
Ideal for Attaching to New Baby, Christmas Holiday, and Jar Gifts
These delightful knit bells look adorable on holiday baskets, new baby gifts, candy jars, or simply tied on as an ornamental to the front of a wrapped birthday, anniversary, wedding, or Christmas present.
It is a very easy craft project as the knitted bells take just minutes to complete which makes them a wonderful all season craft project. As each bell takes only about fifteen minutes to create a pair of bells can easily be made in well under an hour.
I knit the bells as I watch the evening news and it always surprises me how quickly they are completed. I keep a stock pile of these ornaments on hand so they are ready as needed for gift giving events. This pattern has long been a favourite of mine and I am sure that it will quickly become a favourite of yours. Give it a try.
Pink, blue, yellow, and white make for wonderful add-ons to a new baby, anniversary, or birthday gift. Green, red, and white bells are perfect for the Christmas holiday season.
A friend of mine even requested enough white knitted bells to decorate her Christmas tree and I happily complied as I had quite a few tucked away at that time.
These little knitted bells come in handy in a number of gift giving situations.
I also like to attach a pair to jar and basket gifts. Candy jars looks sweet when the colour is contrasts or matches the colour of the jar's contents. Pastel hues are ideal for Easter and new baby whereas brighter colours suit a birthday or Christmas theme.
Change the Colour to Match The Occasion
Glitter Wool Adds a Festive Holiday Theme to These Knit Bells
Blue for a Baby Boy and Pink for a Baby Girl
Step by Step Photo Instructions for this Craft Project
These Bells are Delightful as an Ornamental on a Gift's Wrapping or Boxed and Gifted as a Set of Ornaments
Small Knit Bell Pattern
Needle size 3mm
Light weight worsted yarn
Keeping a long tail of yarn - Cast on 12 stitches
1st row: knit
2nd row: knit 8 pearl 4
Repeat these two rows 17 times
Knit last row
Cast off yarn.
Using the long tail of attached wool - Sew up the side of the bell.
Loop yarn through the top of the bell edging and then draw the top of the bell closed.
Attach a jingle bell on the inside of the knitted bell.
For a smaller bell use smaller needles and thinner yarn. For larger bells use a larger size needle and heavier weight yarn. These beautiful bells take just minutes to create. They really are just that easy. See above for detailed step by step instructions.
The Holiday Yarns are Delightfully Festive
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