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Holly Sprig with Berries
"A really quick decorative project. These cute holly sprigs can be used to embellish any of your Christmas projects, crochet or any other craft. They can be made into festive pins for used to embellish items such as hats (as pictured), scarves or even as table decorations. The pattern includes written instructions and a youtube tutorial. It is suitable for advanced beginners. Each item only requires a small amount of yarn.This pattern will work with any yarn and appropriate hook size but the finished size of the item will vary. Using the yarn described, each leaf measures around 3in long."
Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook
Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)
Finished Size3 inches
- Green DK yarn
- Red DK yarn
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Nov 22, 2017
I am always making crochet, knit and sewing projects. Sometimes these projects can use a little umph. I love these little holly spring with berries. I have a few homemade items that these sprigs would really take my items to the next level. Thanks for the project.
Nov 08, 2017
I too thought of doing a couple in black and hanging them like a mobile for Halloween.turn the leaves upside down and they make angel wings. My grand daughter said if you make the leaves white or silver and one big yellow ball in the middle, it's something from Harry Potter.
Oct 28, 2017
The holly sprig with berries would be a cute additon to a lot of crochet items. I am really curious to what these sit atop of perhaps a cap or table decoation? Thank you for the pattern
Oct 22, 2017
This is a very lovely design! The leaves are nice and pointy, and using what essentially amounts to a Bullion Stitch makes a fat, round berry. There is an instructional video but it is geared toward Left Handers. Im right handed but watched it anyway. If youre not sure about working in the hump or which are the back two loops of the starting chain, this will help.
Oct 19, 2017
Those are cute. I had a vision while looking at them. If you make them in solid black they look like bats. So, depending on what colors you use, this little project can be used for multiple holidays. If you are a left handed crocheter, there is also a video tutorial available for you to view.
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