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3 Lace Bell Ornaments


Just in time for the holidays you can make some beautiful Christmas crochet patterns like these 3 Lace Bell Ornaments. In the instructions are a lacy bell, a petal bell and a delicate shell bell. Each is unique in its own way but they are all so graceful and daintily beautiful. You can't go wrong with elegant homemade Christmas decorations that bring sophistication to your home all season long.


Crochet Hook12 or 1 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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These are just lovely to say the least. My Mom made a lot of crochet Christmas ornaments one year and a bell was only one among them. That year the tree was dripping with crochet items and it was one of the prettiest trees she has ever decorated. These remind me of her.

It is never to early to get ready for one of the busiest seasons of the year. With friends and family coming by and all of the events that we love to attend with our children having the Christmas tree ornaments all ready to hang is a must. Making at least one of each of these would be a beautiful addition to all of the other home made ornaments that I have accumulated over the years.

These are so pretty. I want to make them but in a bigger size. If I follow the pattern but use regular yarn in silver glitter or red, I can make a very pretty hanging for the front door. Add a big bow, three of these and maybe a few pine branches.

These bells are nice but would present a challenge for me. I used to do fine lace and thread crochet, but mobility and sight issues make it nearly impossible any more. Im looking at a couple of different magnifiers so I can return to finer work than worsted. You also have to find a properly sized bell to use for a form when stiffening the finished work.

Oh how I love the vintage look of these 3 Lace Bell Ornaments. I remember seeing these on my Grandmothers Christmas tree. After reading the patterns I think these will be easy to create and I'll be suing plastic wrap to fill the ornaments while I starch them, like crotchety crocheter says below. I do have some old Number 19 cotton thread I can use to make them look more vintage.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

For the forms, I bought some decorated styrofoam bells from the Dollar Store , removed the sequins, etc. and used the form for shaping crocheted bells. I covered the form tightly with saran wrap. Since I have not yet made these patterns, I can't rate them correctly.

I have made my own forms in the past using non-stick aluminum foil. It takes patience to get your form just right, but using n-s foil works well for many different forms

Hi, er1610 9645678. I'm sorry to hear of your trouble. I have two options for you: 1. You can contact the pattern designer directly for help. The designer is specified in the byline. 2. I might also suggest that you try posting your question to our sites Facebook page. It is monitored by the editor and is a great resource for helpful tips and suggestions from our Facebook friends; perhaps they can offer some guidance! Here is the link: Good luck! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

Like the person that sent you a comment on where to purchase the bell form to hold the project I have contacted several places but no one seem to carry the form, can you help? Thank you, Mariette Roy

What do you use as a bell form to hold the project while startching it?

Looking for a pattern to crochet a sm. Angel

If there is no round 6 in Lacy Bell pattern, what do you do to complete the piece?

On the first pattern for the Lacy Bell, instructions say to repeat rnd 6 for rnds 7-20, but there is no rnd 6.

these are lovely and so easy to make thank you


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