Quick Crochet Mini Wreath Ornament

Hi friends,

I have a fun Crochet Mini Wreath Ornament for you today. These work up in just a few minutes! You can stitch up a set as a gift or use them as a package tie-on. And of course they would look great on your tree. 🎄

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You’ll need wood rings (mine are about 2 inches in diameter), blanket yarn (I used Bernat Blanket Yarn in Vintage White), a J/6mm crochet hook, and 3/4-inch diameter unfinished wood beads.

Make a slip knot and put it on your hook. For the 1st round, single crochet all the way around the wood ring, pushing your stitches close together. Join with a slip stitch to the first single crochet. For the 2nd round, slip stitch in the back loop only of each single crochet around. It helps to place a stitch marker in your first stitch of this round so you know when you get to the last stitch the first round. Join with a slip stitch to first slip stitch. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Cut a length of yarn about 16-18 inches long. Wrap it around the ornament and thread the ends through the bead. Push the bead close to the wreath and tie a knot close to the bead. Tie the ends together and trim any excess yarn.

I made my ornaments in a neutral color, but they would also be cute in any color. Simple, quick, and cute! Perfect for a last minute gift. 🎁

For a different twist using the same wood rings, you can find my Farmhouse-Inspired Crochet Wreath Ornament in this post.

Anita

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