Follow this free crochet wreath pattern and learn how to make a beautiful festive wreath for your home this holiday season.
Give a giant welcome to this month’s guest poster Ali from The Turtle Trunk! She designed this timeless holiday wreath!
The Happy Holiday Wreath is the perfect hanging piece for your home this holiday season! This crochet pattern works up quickly and is beginner-friendly. It uses a simple repeat that’s easy to remember and you can make it any size you’d like! Grab your supplies and let’s add a touch of joy to your décor with the Happy Holiday Wreath!
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Holiday Wreath Crochet Pattern
5.00mm (H) Crochet Hook
Medium (4) Weight Yarn in Green and Red
(Sample Wreath was made with- I Love This Yarn in Light Sage and Red)
Green: 51 yards
Red: 5 yards
8” metal hoop (can substitute with any size)
Stitch Key (US Terms)
ST(s) – Stitch(es)
SL ST – Slip Stitch
SK – Skip
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
FSC – Foundation Single Crochet
Gauge not important
Crochet Wreath Pattern
With Green Yarn- Attach yarn to the hoop. SC 110 around the hoop. Join. (See Photo A)
Row 1: CH 10. SL ST into the 2nd CH from the hook. *CH 4, SL ST into the base of the CH 4. SK next 2 CHs, SL ST in next CH*. Repeat ** until the end of the row and only 2 CHs remain. SK last 2 CHs and SL ST into the next SC around the hoop.
Row 2: CH 7. SL ST into 2nd CH from the hook. CH 4, SL ST into the base of the CH 4. SK next 2 CHs. SL ST in the next CH. CH 4, SL ST into the base of the CH 4. SK last 2 CHs and SL ST into the next SC around the hoop. (See Photo B)
Repeat Rows 1 & 2 around. When you reach the end of the last branch, join with a SL ST to the bottom of the first branch. Tie off yarn leaving a 6” long tail. Weave in end. Separate the branches so some are inside the wreath and some are on the outside. (See Photo C)
Move onto the bow.
Row 1: Using Red Yarn- FSC 50.
Tie off yarn leaving a 6” long tail. Weave in tail end. Tie into a bow. (See Photo D)
Place bow onto the bottom of the wreath. Cut a 10” long strand of green yarn. Sew bow onto the wreath, working through the back of the bow and through the single crochet stitches of the wreath. (See Photo E) Secure with a few knots and weave in ends.
And you’re all done! (See Photo F)
Feel free to add a hanging loop with matching yarn!
And you’re all done!
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