I began holiday crafting early this year! This tiny Christmas wreath is my first completed project of the season.
I’m using mine as a gift topper. I love how simple it looks on top of kraft paper and neon baker’s twine.
- Red Heart Super Saver yarn in the color Tea Leaf (You can get it here.)
- 2.75mm crochet hook (This is my favorite hook.)
- tapestry needle
- Leave long tails of yarn.
Abbreviations (US Terms)
- ch – chain
- dc – double crochet
- hdc – half double crochet
- sc – single crochet
- sl st – slip stitch
Row 1: ch 7
Row 2: skip first ch, sc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc, 2 dc, hdc, sc, ch 1, sl st into last st
- Stitch 3 of the leaves together in this pattern. Do this 8 times.
- Stitch together 2 groups of 3 leaves. Make sure that the leaves are slightly at an angle. You Should do this 4 times.
- Stitch 2 groups of of 6 leaves together at a slight angle. You should do this twice.
- Stitch both sets of leaves together to form a circle.
- Add embellishments! I made a few tiny pom poms with white roving wool and felted them directly onto the leaves. You can decorate with whatever you have on hand.
I can’t wait to start making more crochet gift toppers & ornaments for the holidays! If you’d like to see more Christmas crochet ideas, I’m collecting a bunch of them on this Pinterest board.
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