Table Top Crochet Wreath Pattern

Crochet Table Top Wreath

Table Top Crochet Wreath

Crochet Table Top Wreath
Crochet Table Top Wreath

Using Red Heart’s Holiday Yarn or Bernat’s Holiday Yarn, create one of these simplistic Table Top Wreaths that can be used year after year to decorate your candles and vases.

These work up to make interesting centrepieces. Create this Crochet Table Top Wreath for your table too!

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Free Pattern: Crochet Table Top Wreath

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Materials Needed:

  • Size J or 6.0 MM Crochet Hook
  • 1 Ball of Green – Red Heart Holiday Yarn or Bernat Holiday Yarn 100 g, 3.5 oz

DC = Double Crochet, SL ST = Slip Stitch, BEG = Beginning, SC = Single Crochet


  • Form a ring using a clothes hanger or other wire around the object you want to put a wreath around.
  • Make sure the ring isn’t matching the shape 100%. You need some gapping between the ring and object to allow for yarn allowance around the ring. Leave about 1/4″ gap on all sides.
  • Ensure the ring is secured so it won’t open up. Tip: If using wire, have a generous overlap and tie the overlapping areas securely together in 3 spots. The wire will be covered and won’t be visible.
    1. Fasten onto the 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.

Fasten off, weave in ends.

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  1. Nancy I Sanchez

    no blue button

  2. Julia Smith

    No blue button

  3. Pam Batchelor

    Love everything you do…You are so talented and inspiring!!!

  4. Rhonda Knight

    Sounds likes a great pattern useful for all season. I’ll have to try it for this fall. Thanks.

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