Crochet Christmas Ornament Cover


Crochet Christmas Ornament Cover

Crochet Christmas Ornament Cover
Crochet Christmas Ornament Cover

If you're looking for a fun way to spruce up your plain ornaments, then you'll love this Crochet Christmas Ornament Cover. Bernat Handi Crafter crochet thread is used for a dainty look that has a nice finishing touch to any typical ball ornament. Free crochet Christmas ornaments make great gifts and are the perfect way to decorate your home for the holidays on a budget. Use this as a stocking stuffer since it is cute and compact!


Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook

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

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This pattern works with a 3.5 inch ornament made from either plastic or glass. There is a video tutorial included on the bloggers site for additional information on how to make the cover. This is a quick and easy project to give dull plain ornaments a facelift and add to your Christmas tree.

At first glance, I thought this was a macram ornament cover, not crochet. Very doable for a beginner, especially since there is a well produced video that goes along with the instructions. Videos have really changed the instructional world. Instructions are great, but being able to see something answers a lot of questions. I recommend them highly, especially for beginners.

I have been decorating my tree with vintage style ornaments and have a few of this style of ball. This pattern is more modern than those that I have. Very pretty ! Wondering if anyone has a pattern for a ball cover that is lacy? I would really like to give those a try. Christmas ball ornaments are so cheap after Christmas, would be a good idea to buy then and crochet up a box as a gift for the next year. These ones are done with satin balls, I don't even know if they sell those anymore.

This is a wonderful idea. I have a lot of older ornaments that are very plain. This would certainly dress them up a bit. And think about using glitter type crochet thread. I would also add a short or long tassel at the bottom. I have seen those in high end shops.

Beautiful! I'm going to look for some ornaments to try this. Your talking us thru the directions is so natural and easy to follow! Thanks and have a very Merry Christmas!


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