Crochet Holiday Wreath Pattern

Crochet Holiday Wreath Pattern

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Heart Wreath by Lynn Niehaus

Holiday Wreaths

You can make large wreaths with your crochet hook to be in any shape you want. For Christmas, using a coat hanger is easy to shape into a circle and crochet around it.

I love it when our fans get an idea and personalize it to make it their own. Lynn Niehaus, a fan of The Crochet Crowd, saw a different concept in one of the patterns I made.

Instead of making a predictable round wreath, Lynn bent her wire to look like a heart instead. Using pink, she created a fun new wreath design. She another heart pattern and added them as danglers. She made hers for Valentine’s Day.

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Table Top Wreath Pattern

You can do the same thing with our Table Top Wreaths. The only difference is that the circumference of the wreath is much bigger. I actually have two large wreaths in my Christmas Holiday Decor. One in green and one in pink.

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Holiday Wreath Pattern

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Written Instructions

    1. Fasten onto a ring, SC around the ring. Do it tight enough so that the stitches are covering all of the wire. It doesn’t need to be compressed extremely tight. Just enough to ensure the wire is covered. SL ST when you get back to the start.
    2. CH 3, then DC 3 Times into each stitch going around the ring. SL ST at the end to the top of the CH 3.
    3. CH 3, then DC 3 Times into each stitch going around the ring. SL ST at the end to the top of the CH 3.
    4. CH 3, then SC into the next stitch, *CH 3, SC into the next stitch. Repeat * all the way around. SL ST at the end.
    5. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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17 thoughts on “Crochet Holiday Wreath Pattern”

  1. Dana says:

    I have the same problem with it spiraling around the wire. I think it is because I knew my yarn was limited, so I skimped a little on the first round. It came out beautiful, but it does tend to spin around the wire. I coated the stitches at the wire (on the back) with Elmers glue, which helped a little, but not enough, as it’s very heavy.
    I too, would appreciate any ideas to remedy this 🙂

  2. nkcajKaren says:

    I have made 3 everlasting wreaths, I bought mini ornaments to decorate them with. Problem is, is that if I put the ornaments on it, the wreaths turn so the ornaments are not on the front side. Any idea how to remedy this situation?

    1. Dana says:

      I, too have this problem. I coated the backside with Elmers glue, with some success, but I’d appreciate better ideas

  3. Sue McEndree says:

    I did a slight variation to this wreath. I took a cardboard tube from a roll of toilet tissue & crocheted a tube to fit around it. Instead of crocheting around a ring, I joined the green yarn on the last row of the crocheted tube & made the wreath from that point. Then I took a 3 oz bathroom cup & put in the tube as far as it would go & trimmed it even with the cardboard & glued it into the tube. I set a battery operated tea light inside the cup at the top.

  4. The PDF does not link to a pattern. It should actually link to Table Top Crochet Wreaths.

    I’ll be making these as personalized gifts for my family this year! It’s a great easy pattern. Loving it.

  5. What a fantastic way to personalise a pattern to make it mean something to you instead of just being a sheep and following the crowd!!

  6. Reblogged this on and commented:
    Love will soon be in the air.

  7. Robyn says:

    Love it , yes the same concept as the christmas wreath mike put on you tube and I happen to be still working on…

  8. Meg says:

    I don’t tend to make decorations but when I saw this I immediately thought it would be a great gift for my mother, who is 95 and in a nursing home. I haven’t read the instructions yet so I don’t know the finished size but if it’s big I’ll just find a way to scale it down. Thanks for passing this along, I don’t do Facebook so I would have missed it otherwise.

  9. Regina says:

    Beautiful! Love it! Pinned it! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  10. Lucy Martin says:

    Its very beautiful an creative! I hope I get as great as you an everyone else ive seen here on the crochet Crowd. Your awesome!

  11. Jan Bennett says:

    I had just made some little hearts and was looking at away to use them for my daughter and her granddaughter with birthdays around Valentine’s Day. Thank you, Lynn, for inspiring just the right way to express loving wishes!

  12. Patty Pittala says:

    I really like that heart wreath- very pretty and creative. Nice job!

  13. Loretta Burnham says:

    It’s beautiful, love the hearts also. Put a lot of thought into it. Colors is awesome to. Great job.

  14. Barbar says:

    Beautiful. Love it

  15. gbug3 says:

    Simply gorgeous. <3

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