It’s the last day of July and today is my last post for Christmas in July. 🎄 But don’t worry, I’ll have more Christmas posts later this year! I hope you have enjoyed this month’s posts and that I’ve inspired you to get a jump on your Christmas crafting. 🙂 🎅🏼
Today’s project is a simple and quick to make Farmhouse-Inspired Crochet Ornament. It’s a great stash buster and although I made mine in white, you can make them in any color you’d like.
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You’ll need some 2 to 2.5 inch unfinished wood rings (these are similar to what I used). You’ll also need worsted weight yarn (I used Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek in white), natural jute twine, and a large-eyed blunt end needle for weaving in the twine.
You’ll find the pattern below and also a link to a free PDF for easy printing.
Farmhouse-Inspired Crochet Wreath Ornament
Finished wreath ornament measures about 3.75 inches across
Worsted weight yarn – I used Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek in White
2 to 2.25 inch unfinished wood ring
Natural jute twine
Large-eye blunt needle
Stitches used US terms:
Slip stitch – ss
Single crochet – sc
Half double crochet – hdc
Round 1: Attach yarn to ring with sc. sc around the ring, pushing stitches tightly together. Join with ss to 1st sc. (I made 42 sc, your number may vary depending on your ring size and your tension)
Round 2: ch 1. sc in same stitch as ss and in each stitch around. ss to 1st sc.
Round 3: ch 1. hdc in same stitch as ss and in each stitch around. ss to 1st hdc.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Using the large-eye blunt needle, weave a length twine around the wreath between the 2nd and 3rd rounds. Leave ends long enough to tie in a bow.
Attach a length of twine to the top of the wreath for hanging.
Here’s the link to the free PDF…
These Wreath Ornaments are really fun to make! They would make a cute package tie-on and look great on your Christmas tree. You could even make several and string them on twine for an amazing garland for your mantel.