This wreath crochet pattern makes for such a quick and easy project and also provides a great opportunity to get the kids involved in holiday crafting and gift giving. You crochet ’em up and let the kids take it from there! They are great as ornaments for hanging on your tree or to adorn your holiday packages. And kids will enjoy making some for teachers and relatives too!
Wreath Crochet Pattern
Here is what you need:
- small amounts of worsted weight yarn
- US G-6 / 4.0 mm or H-8 / 5.0 mm crochet hook
- 7 mm Tinsel Pom Poms
- school glue or glue gun
This pattern is written in U.S. crochet terms and abbreviations. Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern: Crochet Abbreviations, U.S. to U.K. Crochet Conversion Chart.
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Ch 18, make a Sl st in furthest ch from hook to form a ring.
Round 1: Ch 1 (does not count as st), beginning in same st as join *work 2 sc, work 1 sc in each of the next 2 sts, rep from * around, join — 24 sts.
Round 2: *Skip 1 st, work 4 hdc in next st, sk 1 st, Sl st in next st, rep from * around — 6 shells.
Fasten off leaving a long enough tail to create a loop to hang your ornament; weave in ends.
Now is the fun part! Decorate your little wreaths with some festive Christmas trimmings. I used small tinsel pom poms but there is not limit to how you can decorate them. Think buttons, beads, embroidery …
That’s it … so easy!
Katie Campbell says
Absolutely love this, so cute and super easy. Thank you for sharing your talent. God bless.
Stanette Cavazos says
I like the pattern for the wreath but I am still struggling with learning how to crochet.but I will try this pattern,it looks very pretty.thank you.
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I’m still a bit of a novice reading patterns. The first round has me confused.
Chain 1 then work 2 singles into that then chain 1 and work 2 singles etc?
Can’t quite get my head around it. 🤔😁
I think I see it now. I misread a part of it. 😁
Glad you got it 🙂
Ann blake says
I dry felted the fruits on, they look great thanks for the pattern
Sandra harrell says
Plan to make the wreaths and donate with trimmings so my grandsons ( 6 years old) class can finish them. All the children have special abilities on the autism spectrum.
That sounds like a wonderful idea!
These wreaths are so cute! Perfect for using as ornaments or gift embellishments!
I love this Quick and Easy pattern Thanks for sharing it. I am making these using mini pom poms, acrylic dots and glitter glue and with be decorating Goodie plates we are giving friends and neighbors.
I am linking to this pattern in my blog hope its ok. Thanks again.
So glad you like it! I will come by and visit 🙂
How do I make the loop from the end tail of yarn?
Hi Benn 🙂 I just leave enough yarn to form a loop and use a tapestry needle to secure it back on the wreath. Hope that helps.
How do you attach the pompom? I’ve had trouble finding the right glue for yarn and thats safe for kids
Hi Elaine 🙂 I just used Elmers glue.