Crochet Christmas Decorations Sprout, A little bit of Christmas Humour every tree should have one.
This is a little bit of Christmas fun based on the Historic Great Debate that rages every Christmas. To sprout or not to sprout. ideal for that quirky gift.
Hand crochet complete gift tag, just a bit of fun. Idea a Christmas Humour Gift Tags or Tree decorations, Gift tags or place settings
A variety of colours are available. If you have a colour scheme that you wish to match Crochet Christmas Decorations Sprout just please message me.
The Christmas bauble comes with an obscure history. Thought to have originated in 16th century Germany, the first ornaments were nothing like what we know today.
Although we have “Christmas” trees, it used to be the decorative evergreen long pre-dates the celebration of Christmas.
Evidence suggests that the practice of adorning the home with evergreen boughs during the winter solstice dates as far back as the ancient Egyptians. The comforting presence of evergreen life offered hope during winter’s cold days and long nights, serving a similar purpose in the various pagan winter solstice rituals of the Druids, Romans, and Vikings.
The ‘modern’ Christmas tree tradition is thought to have originated in 16th century Germany, where small evergreen trees were decorated with the likes of candles, apples, nuts, and berries as “Paradise trees” in church plays.
Over time, devout Christians integrated these decorated trees into their homes during the holiday season. The tradition, which became a Christian ritual, began to spread across Europe.
Taught to knit and crochet in the 1960′s by my grandmother. In later years I worked as a freelance designer for various London houses.
I have returned to my passion of using vintage and retro jewellery within my textiles.