Saturday, October 29, 2011

Crochet Xmas Wreath

I love Xmas and this week has seen me crafting away on a new Xmas Wreath to adorn my home this festive season....
wreath 1
This was such a super simple pattern and OMG can you believe that it's FREE!!! Thanks to the amazing talented Lisa over at Good-Knits and her Simple Statement Wreath I am officially in the festive spirit!!!!

This project took me a total of 30mins - awesome, right!!! I bought my foam Wreath from Spotlight for $5 and used about a 1/3 of a skein of super chunky Nundle 20ply and a 10mm hook. I now can't wait to felt up some crochet berries to add as well - what do you think???

12 comments:

  1. Jodie,
    Your wreath is so pretty. I think the berries will really make it festive. Wow, you've been one busy lady:)

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  2. I love it. Last year I made your Christmas star garland, I think this might be my Christmas crafting project this year!

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  3. Well I think your very talented! The Wreath has come out neat and sure when you will add berries it will look even better! X'mas come fast !
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  4. 30 minutes??? It looks like it has taken you hours!! Love it, and yes please add some berries!

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  5. Just darling!!!! Yes...definitely some berries and then how about some holly leaves? Or just your stars? I wish I had 1/10 of your talent. You are just amazing and very inspiring!

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  6. This could make me want to take up crochet, Jodie!! Love it!

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  7. Jodie what a pretty crochet wreath. I really like the chocolate colour you used too. What a great Christmas project to do. Thank you for the links. xo

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  8. What a fantastic crochet wreath - thanks for sharing the link..

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  9. I made one of those but a small one with beads it is so cute fab pattern

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