Here are a stocking to hold Santa's offerings and a wee look-alike mini-sock ornament for the tree to keep it company.
Easy ZigZag Hand Coverings (a.k.a. Errant Lace) e-Pattern
These delightful fingerless gloves keep wrists and hands warm. The tapered fit, DK weight yarn and an easy-to-read lace stitch pattern make these simple and quick to knit. For symmetry, instructions are provided for making the left and right a mirror of each other.
Irish Coffee Cozy e-Pattern
Go Green while celebrating luck and laughter in the Irish tradition. Basic knit stitch and an easy beading technique combine to make this cup huggie quick and fun to knit.
Snow is beautiful, especially when you can stay warm and cuddly indoors while knitting snowflakes.
This small snowflake medallion starts at the center and grows in lacy rounds until completed with a free-form lace bind off technique.
Knit a bit of fictional history with this 39-star placemat size version of a red, white and blue flag. The lacy feather and fan stripes symbolize the flag waving in the breeze. The 5-pointed stars are created with a nifty combination of knit stitch and simple embroidery.
Note: This Americana pattern is not an actual U.S. flag, nor makes any claims to be. Out of reverence, of course you would want to protect and care for it as you would any of the precious items you knit.