Make it a Red Heart Holiday with Free Craft eBook

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Red Heart Yarn presents an eBook collection of 26 holiday craft patterns, available for free download at

Red Heart Holiday Craft eBook

This holiday craft eBook from Red Heart Yarn is filled with projects to keep your crochet hooks and knitting needles busy until December 24th.

With a few balls of yarn and a little practice, people can make their own decorations and gifts for the holiday season. The holiday craft projects in a new craft eBook from Red Heart Yarn are perfect for those who love to craft, crochet and knit with yarn. Make it a Red Heart Holiday features 26 patterns for homemade ornaments, stockings, throws, scarves and more. Published by, crafters can download and print this eBook for free at

Crafting is likely to be a popular choice for Christmas preparations this year as people seek alternatives to store-bought decorations and gifts. According to a survey conducted last year by Michaels, 65% of respondents planned on making Christmas gifts, compared to 58% in 2008. While crafting was seen as a cost-saving measure, 80% of survey respondents said that savings were not the only reason to craft for the holidays. According to the survey, “they think handmade gifts are more meaningful.”

The Make it a Red Heart Holiday eBook provides a variety of craft ideas for handmade holiday gifts and decorations. With 19 crochet patterns, 6 knitting patterns and a craft project, crafters can find the perfect project to make this holiday season. By starting a knitting pattern like the Striped Christmas Stockings (page 23) or a crochet pattern like the Mr. & Mrs. Snowman (page 21) now, crafters can get a jump on holiday preparations. The eBook also includes quick and easy, 2-hour craft patterns like the Pom-Pom Yarn Christmas Trees (page 14) and Crochet Heart Ornaments (page 30).

Go to to download the free craft eBook Make it a Red Heart Holiday from Red Heart Yarn and


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