Wintry Pine Cone and Holly Wreath


Wintry Pine Cone and Holly Wreath


Wintry Pine Cone and Holly Wreath
Wintry Pine Cone and Holly Wreath

Show your front door some crochet love with this Wintry Pine Cone and Holly Wreath. Beautiful holly berries and leaves combine with cute pinecones to make this DIY Christmas wreath a must-make addition to your holiday decorations. Hanging a crochet wreath on your door will absolutely set a festive mood for your guests (and show the neighbors that you're no Scrooge). This project will also give you the chance to test out the picot stitch, and the step-by-step crochet photos will make this an easy crochet pattern to tackle while you wait for that first snow.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeEach leaf measures approximately 4 inches long and 2 inches wide.

Materials List

  • DK/light worsted weight yarn
  • Crochet hook size G/4.00 mm
  • Tapestry needle

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To make this beautiful crochet wreath even more beautiful, I have this brilliant idea. To make leaves in at least two different shades of green. Maybe three. It will add interest and keep the wreath from looking one dimensional. Leaves are rarely one matching green! I never would have guessed they were glued onto a cardboard circle, either. You don't even see that showing through anywhere. Thank you for this!

I want this! It iis a fantastic design to compliment my crocheted swags. I love it so much that I plan to create a pin.

This is one of the prettiest little wreaths Ive seen. The leaves, berries and cones look so real! This is fairly simple to work up as it doesnt use any unusual crochet stitches. Since its made up of different components (leaves, berries, cones), it would be easy to stretch the project out as you have time to work on it. Im working on one now, and the only changes Ive made is to vary the shades of green for the leaves and brown for the cones.

I saw this and the first thought that came to mind was ohhh how cute, followed by, I have to make this. Now I have yet another remark to make. I need more doors!! Either that or I have to stop clicking on pages on this site that say wreaths. But you know that won't happen.

This is one of the prettiest DIY wreaths I've ever seen. It proves that the classic look is sometimes the best. Better yet, you can use this year after year!


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