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I have a Free Pattern for a Christmas Crochet Wreath to share with you today! In collaboration with my friends at Anchor Crafts , I designed a wreath with beautiful crochet hearts and flowers that you could leave in place all year round. It would be a gorgeous Valentine’s day Crochet Decoration as well!

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The sweet crochet hearts are attached together and filled with cotton wool, to make them puffy and gorgeous! The pretty flowers are strewn among them, with a bed of leaves. The star of the wreath are the beautiful gold leaves made in Anchor Metallic Yarn

All the components for the Christmas Wreath are made with a sturdy cotton yarn that comes in all the colours! The Gold metallic yarn was my absolute favourite to use, and I added touches of it all through the design. Here are a list of materials you will need to make your own Crochet Wreath!


  • Anchor Creative 4 ply – 1 ball each in 01331 A (white), 1333 B (red), 00418 C (lime green), 0412 D (dark green), 00256 E (pink), 00498 F (pink)
  • Anchor Metallic – 1 ball in Gold 00300
  • Crochet hook 2.5mm
  • Yarn needle
  • Pins
  • Cotton wool for stuffing hearts
  • Polystyrene Ring Wreath Base 10in [25cm] wide

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The Free Pattern can be downloaded at Anchor Crafts. The following link will bring you to the pattern page with all the details on how to make the Christmas Wreath. It includes a download link with a Printable PDF for your convenience.

Christmas Crochet Wreath

I hope you are ready to start making your own Christmas Wreath! You could also make this project in your own colour choices… would make a beautiful Crochet Spring Decoration, or make it in pretty pastels for an Easter Crochet Wreath. Have fun!

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