Easy DIY Crochet Wreath Ornament
Wreaths are a beautiful decorative item that you can easily hang to celebrate a season or holiday.This crochet ornament pattern is the perfect little ornament for your Christmas tree.Decorate your tree with these cute little beautiful crochet ornament.These wreath ornaments are apt for beginners because you just crochet the same design in a circle until finished.
You can whip up this crochet wreath ornament in a matter of minutes.You can also make these adorable ornaments as gifts for friends and family.Give it to loved ones or keep it for your own tree this season.
Get creative and make these in different colors of your choice.Just add a cute little bow for a perfectly adorable finishing touch.
- Yarn (Green and Red)
- Bangle or any small hoop
- Crochet Hook
I have used a bangle for this project,but you can use any small ring or hoop.
Start with a slip knot.
Keep going around with Single Crochets.
Be sure to go under the bangle to make the single crochets.
Continue with single crochet all around until the bangle is not visible.
Once you reach the end, slip stitch to the first stitch.
Next start with One single Crochet.
Skip 2 stitches and make 7 double crochets.
Skip 2 stitches and make a Single Crochet.
Repeat all around.
*Single crochet, Skip 2 stitches, 7 Double Crochets, Skip 2 Stitches*
Slip Stitch to the first single crochet.
Now lets make the loop for hanging the ornament.
Make 10 chain stitches and slip stitch to the first chain to finish off.
Tie a small bow with the red yarn.
I also made one with Bulky Yarn.
You can use any yarn of your choice.
If you find the shell stitch to be very tight then you can decrease the number of Double crochets.
I made only 5 double crochet in this one instead of 7 double crochets as mentioned.
Get your supplies ready and enjoy making this cute little ornaments.
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Published November 20th, 2017 6:52 AM