Mom's Christmas Wreath Ornaments


Mom's Christmas Wreath Ornaments

These little crocheted Mom's Christmas Wreath Ornaments are such a quick and easy Christmas crochet project. They are reminiscent of the tatted ornaments our moms used to make for the tree, but faster and easier because they are crocheted with worsted weight yarn. They are also a great opportunity to get the kids involved, too. You crochet these adorable wreaths up and then let the kids decorate them. They are great as ornaments for hanging on your tree or to adorn your holiday packages. And kids will enjoy making some for teachers and relatives too!


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This crochet wreath ornament would be a great item to make for an ornament exchange, or just to give your friends for the holidays. I can think of a ton of different things you could glue or sew on them to make them your own. You could probably make a bunch with just scrap yarn from other projects, which is great on the budget!

This would be a perfect craft idea to have my women's group do for a nursing home tree. Such a simple, easy project but one that would undoubtedly be appreciated by the residents. Maybe we could use them as a stash buster. There are a myriad of ways to decorate them too-- buttons, beads, pom poms--just to name a few! Who knows this might even get the ladies interested in how to crochet and I'd be able to pass along our craft!

The entire pattern can be found here https// == et-pattern/ . I love this cute quick and easy pattern. I am going to see how they look with the pom poms attached using a hot glue gun. I dont think that it will make any difference but if it does make a mess then I can always have a redo with extra yarn.

Made lots of these to include on my Christmas gifts! It was the perfect little addition to personalize my gift. I used little buttons to decorate - perfect!

Fi teach crochet and this is a perfect pattern to use. It's very easy, it makes up quickly and it's something they can show with pride. I want to make a few in green, maybe white with gold embellishments and I have yarn with silver running thru it that would look pretty too. Then I can put them on presents.

I am sure it would probably take you five minutes to crochet the wreath part. But the fun begins when you get to choose from a million different crafting do-dads to hot glue on them. Sequins would look like tiny little ornaments. If you had a ton of patience you could sew seed beads all over it. I think it looks like tiny pom poms in the picture, and I like that too!

I am making a dozen of these tomorrow. Simple enough to quickly make up these cute ornaments. Good beginner pattern that is a lot more interesting than a dish cloth.

This was a very simple pattern to work up. My senior center ladies had been requesting easy patterns to make holiday broaches and I thought this might do the trick. However, it worked up larger than I thought the ladies wanted, but would still be fine for an actual ornament or gift attachment. Other miniature items could be used instead of the tinsel pompons.


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