Crochet Garland Blog Hop

Crochet Holiday Garland Pattern

You guys!!  I am so excited for today!  I have hooked up with a wonderful group of bloggers to bring you seven FREE Christmas Garland Crochet Patterns.  Every single design is so gorgeous, you are seriously going to want to make them all!  Check back all week long to find the free pattern on each blog.  My garland was created using three classic ornament designs.  Be sure to scroll down for a fun giveaway too!!

Seven Free Crochet Christmas Garlands

Every day this week we will be sharing our crochet garland tutorials…

Monday  November 9Make and Takes and Flamingo Toes

Tuesday November 10Whistle and Ivy and Twin Dragonfly Designs

Wednesday November 11Persia Lou

Thursday November 12Sugar Bee Crafts

Friday  November 13733 Blog

Crochet Christmas Ornament Garland

The most challenging part of the process for me was actually finding a way to photograph the garland for this post!  It’s hard to fit all of the fun shapes, colors and designs into one photograph.  I made three different patterns, one for each of the ornaments.  There are so many fun ways to use these ornaments!  You could make a few and hang them from your Christmas tree or add one to a special holiday packaged, tied up with a bit of bakers twine!

Crochet Christmas Ornament Garland

Supplies:

Red Heart Super Soft Yarn in White, Seafoam, Teal, Really Red

I sized hook

Scissors

Yarn needle

 

Abbreviations:

ch – chain

st – stitch

sl st – slip stitch

sc – single crochet

dc – double crochet

hdc – half double crochet

 

 

Round Ornament Pattern

ch 5, sl st to join in first ch

dc 10 into the ring, sl st to join, ch 1 (10)

2 sc into each st around, sl st to join, ch 1 (20)

(2sc, 1sc) into each st around, sl st to join, ch 1 (30)

sc 3, ch 1, turn, sc 3, fasten off

 

Oval Ornament Pattern

ch 11, start pattern in second ch from hook

sc, sc, hdc, hdc, dc, dc, hdc, hdc, sc, sc, ch 1, turn

repeat pattern down the other side of the ch

sc, sc, hdc, hdc, dc, dc, hdc, hdc, sc, sc, ch 1

sc in each st around, fasten off

 

Tear Drop Ornament Pattern

ch 7, start pattern in second ch from hook

sc 6 into ch, continue around the end of the chain and sc 6 into the other side of the ch, sl st to join, ch 1

2 sc into each st around, sl st to join, ch 1, turn

sc (1-12) into each st, dc (13,14), sc into each st remaining, sl st to join, ch 1

3 sc, ch 1, turn, 3 sc, fasten off

 

Using a yarn needle and some extra thread, I added a cross to the front of each ornament to give it a unique, finished look.

 

Crochet Christmas Ornament Garland

Fabulous Crochet Set Giveaway

Now is your chance to win an awesome package of crochet goodies!  Here’s what you could recieve…

 

A crochet master set from Boye – a pretty zipper case full of a huge assortment of hooks.

A SOAK set – products perfect for washing and care of your delicate crochet and fine fabric items.

Red Heart Yarn Assortment from Simplicity (8 skeins) – enough to make any crochet garland in the blog hop!

Good luck my friends!

 

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11 Comments

  1. Katie says

    Hi! Absolutely love these. I have a question about the oval one. You said to chain 13 and then beginning in the 2nd chain from the hook to follow the sequence of stitches. But you are left with 2 chains if you follow this. Is there a mistake or am I missing something? Thanks!!!

  2. Katie says

    I realise this post is quite old so I’m not sure anyone will actually see this comment. I’m throughly confused with the teardrop ornament pattern. I’ve crocheted it three different ways (interpreting the pattern three completely different ways) and still haven’t been able to come up with a shape that works. I am not a new crocheter so feel quite embarrassed to be stuck on what should be an easy pattern. any help would be appreciated. thank you!

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