Crochet Fabulous Fall Wreath Pattern

Crochet Fabulous Fall Wreath Pattern

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Crochet Fall Fabulous Wreath

Crochet Fall Fabulous Wreath

Crochet Fabulous Fall Wreath, from Red Heart

The Crochet Fabulous Fall Wreath, designed by Heather Lodinsky, featuring Red Heart With Love yarn, shows off your crochet skills as the sweaters & snuggle season approaches. We love how the detailed acorns, grapes, and leaves cluster together to bring abundant interest to this wreath project. You can crochet each element, then arrange your own custom layout onto a burlap-wrapped wreath form. Coordinate the colours to compliment your autumn garden, and proudly display your wreath through thanksgiving.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Fabulous Fall Wreath

Additional Fall Pattern

Crochet Fabulous Fall Throw

Crochet Fabulous Fall Throw

In the video, I show an afghan sampler I did. I am using leftover yarns from this sampler.

This is called the Crochet Fabulous Fall Throw. We have a tutorial on this as well. The link will take you to the page on this site where the pattern and video are together

Yarnspirations Patterns

Free Pattern: Fabulous Fall Throw

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