Crochet Christmas Wreath Ornament

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Can you believe that Christmas is only 20 weeks away? I know that a lot of people are getting ready for the holidays by starting their Christmas presents. To put you in a festive mood, I’ve teamed up with my dear bloggy friends from Oombawka Design, American Crochet, and AG Handmades to bring you free holiday patterns, every Thursday, from now through October! Make sure to check out the introduction post over at American Crochet to see how you can get ready for this blog hop. I really hope you enjoy my first pattern! It’s a simple Crochet Christmas Wreath Ornament that is easy to work up and will look absolutely adorable on your tree! Happy Crocheting!

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Crochet Christmas Wreath Ornament

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Skill Level:

Easy

Materials:

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Abbreviations:

ch – chain
st(s) – stitch(es)
sk – skip
dc – double crochet
sp – space

Finished Size:

Approximately 4″ in diameter

Pattern Notes:

  • This pattern is written in US terms.

Tutorials:

Instructions:

With Color A

Ch 38

Row 1: Work 3 dc in the 4th ch from hook. Twisting the ch, work 4 dc into the next st.wreath2

*Twist the ch back, work 4 dc into the next st, twist ch and work 4 dc into next st** Repeat from * to ** across. Fasten off. Leave a long tail for sewing.

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Using your tail end and yarn needle, join the two ends to form a circle. Gather the ruffles and start weaving through the stitches with your yarn needle to cinch up the circle and tighten the stitches. Bind off your yarn and weave in the ends.wreath5Finish:

  • Using yarn needle Color B, make a few french knots to create little berries (see tutorial link above)
  • Cut approximately 6″ of Color B and tie into a bow. Use yarn needle and Color B (or needle and thread) to sew the bow on to the mini wreath.
  • Cut 8″ of yarn to hang the ornament. Thread the yarn through yarn needle and pass it through one of the top stitches. Remove the yarn needle and tie a knot in the yarn to make your hanging string.

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10 Comments

  1. What a cute little project. But I have one question, rather a clarification. I’m not sure what is meant by ‘Twisting the ch, work 4 dc into the next st.’ (I’m fairly new to the crochet world and that line threw me for a loop)

    Do you just turn the piece and go into the back? Do you turn it and go into the underside? I’m not quite sure what is meant there.

    But otherwise looks very simple and I can definitely see myself making some for unique Christmas ornaments.

    1. Hi Laura! Sorry for the confusion. Yes you would just turn it and work in the back, then turn it back and work in the front of the chain so that it’s “twisted” I hope that helps clear it up! 🙂

  2. A very timely reminder that Christmas will be here in no time! Starting my list of projects to make now. I’ve never crocheted a wreath or tree, so might have to add this to my decorations this year!

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