I’m getting a bit addicted to wreaths, or all shapes and sizes! And this post will show you how to make a quick and easy crochet wreath.
I love the “real ones” and made one a couple of weeks ago, but being yarn addict, I had to have a yarny one too!
I made a crochet one in my first year of crocheting – a challenge to myself, but I never got round to blogging about it, but heres a picture.
But I wanted a quick and easy crochet wreath – made in a couple of hours – and this wreath fit the bill.
A ball and a bit of Cygnet Super chunky in cream, a polystyrene wreath (35cm and a flat base), and a 10mm hook, and some bling!.
I got a bit carried away, and forgot to take photos as it was so so quick to make!
So crochet around the wreath base using the super chunky yarn. Add some lights (from poundland in this case).
Then set about making (again – apologies for the photos – this was made with a poorly pink one sat next to me on the sofa)
I wanted baubles and pom poms – the perfect combination in my opinion. (Baubles from Pound Stretcher at the bargain price of £1.29)
So mess absolutely everywhere, and about an hour later, I was starting to get almost ready.
Then I hit the glue gun (in the kitchen) and 10 minutes later……..
Daylight and nighttime
Happy Christmas everyone
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