Crochet Winter Wreath


If  you want a pretty, classy door decoration this winter, work up a Crochet Winter Wreath and leave the kitschy crafts behind. This gorgeous crochet wreath will have all your neighbors doing double takes. When the questions about where you bought it roll in, you can proudly say that you made it yourself. If you want to take it a step further, work up a few extra crochet snowflakes and attach them to the main part of the wreath for an even more festive winter decoration. Have a Frozen fan in your house? Change the word "snow" to "go" and you have an adorable movie themed wreath!


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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This project is so easy to make and can completed in a short time. The simplicity of the design will make it a classic. I have a white door so I know that completed in white will not allow the beauty of the wreath to really be seen. I think I will encircle the wreath in a winter blue.

This let it snow wreath definitely looks unique. I would love to make something like this to hang on my door. It would definitely make my door stand out on our block. The only issue I have is finding a wreath holder to hang on the door. Its not really an issue, except that I have to go to the store to find one.

This is an interesting winter wreath and it has been noted that it took less than an hour to make. I found the tutorial useful and I am sure I will be hanging one of these crochet winter wreaths some where in my home for 2018.

This is particularly an elegant wreath. It truly represents a winter christmas wreath, I am sure to attempt to make.

I love this wreath! Its perfect for that in between holiday time. Christmas is past and weeks until Valentines Day and Spring. One of our local chat shows hosted a woman who used pool noodles in place of a Styrofoam wreath form. Not sure if I can find a white noodle but Im thinking that a blue one would work. Even if the yarn peeks through, it would be in keeping with the theme.

I have got to make this wreath. I'm going to make the first one as written for the winter season, and then see what I can come up with for the other seasons of the year. I'm thinking of a Welcome wreath with my family name on it. I can see this is going to inspire a lot of creativity.

This is clean, neat and very modern. It would look great on a glass door too. But why just use it at Christmas? Instead of the let it snow, just put welcome or any greeting that you can remove. Then make other crochet objects to hang in the center for other special days. Green clovers for Saint Patrick, red hearts for valentines, a bunny, for Easter, and so on.


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