Bee Happy Wreath
How to crochet an easy, beautiful Sunflower wreath perfect for Summer or Fall decorating, or really, any time of year if Sunflowers are your favorite. It's so easy to customize with more or less flowers. I hang mine from a yarn wreath hanger, and then on a hook on my door, but if you prefer to use a hanger the wreath sits into, just hot glue the bow directly onto the wreath. You'll need worsted weight yarn - I used Red Heart Super Saver, an H8/5mm crochet hook, tapestry needle, glue gun and sticks and a 12" grapevine wreath (or any size you want). I had my wreath finished in just over 3 hours
The Wreath Christmas Tree Ornament is a quick and easy work up and a perfect project for the confident beginner! What a fun way to get ready for Christmas! Make dozens of these little wreaths to hang on your tree or make them as fun additions to your Christmas gifts! You could also use them as appliqués on other projects or turn them into a fun banner! -- Easily adjust the finished sizes by using lighter or thicker yarn weights (and smaller or larger hooks).
How to crochet a 12" wreath form cover worked in a mosaic crochet technique. Don't let it scare you! It's comprised of simple single crochet stitches, chains and easy double crochets. Video tutorial available as well. You'll need worsted weight yarn - I used Red Heart Super Saver in White and Monet. It looks great in a solid color as well. My suggested yarn alternatives would be Caron One Pound or Bernat Super Value. I had my wreath put together in just over 3 hours.
The best part about this free zebra crochet pattern is that just by changing the colors (and in some cases slightly tweaking the pattern) you can create a whole zoo of animals!
You could easily convert this into a giraffe, tiger, lion, cow, horse, unicorn, cheetah, puppy dog, and more!
You can leave as is, or you can add a name banner or initials. It's the perfect (and cutest) sign for your little ones room.
Why Happy Flowers? Because I've kind of convinced myself there are tulipy type flowers in rounds 6-7! And they make me happy! This is a quick, easy little mandala/ doily which is crocheted in bright 8 ply cotton yarns. This is a great way to use up some of those small leftover yarn balls in your stash. You can use it as a doily (like I do!), or frame it and hang on the wall. All you need is some 8 ply cottons, a 3.5mm hook, scissors and a needle to sew in your ends.