Crochet Christmas Wreath Throw
New for Christmas / Holiday Decor for Red Heart in 2012 is the Christmas Wreath Throw. This is a traditional throw using granny squares to create an image onto your afghan. This is using Red Heart’s Super Saver Yarn. These would make for a great gift for those you know love the holidays and/or may treat your own home with some updated holiday decor. It’s a free pattern, so you don’t have much to lose.
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Comments on “Crochet Christmas Wreath Throw Pattern + Tutorial”
I’m curious why on the two tone squares the square is done by changing color halfway through. Wouldn’t it be easier to make a granny triangle in the colors needed and join to make the two tone squares?
It saves sewing but if you prefer sewing, then you could do that. It’s really what you most prefer.
Hi l am making the christmas wreath throw is there a viedo on how to crochet them together
I would use an invisible join. Here’s a video on how that is done. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSafP7s7DIs
Good Morning Mikey and Diva Dan
The Christmas Wreath Throw pdf download pattern is not on the actual pdf document.
I am from South Africa and we miss out so much here. It is a mission here in the Northern Cape Province to
get hold of any yarn or wool. But I enjoy your newsletters. Superb thank you !!!
You’re right on the money, Honey! But then, you always are! Mikey, you have…we have…such a diverse group of hookers in this happy group that it would be hard not to hit the right cords. Some of us want simple, quick projects, others (perhaps retired like me) want a bigger and more complicated project. So, sometimes you find something simple and cute to pass along, other times you show us something more complicated. You, Dan, and Cathy are part of the group, too. So if you think it’s fun or interesting then most likely we will, too. Just keep doin’ what you’re doin’.
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