Today’s pattern checks off a whole bunch of features that will definitely spark your creative side. It’s a great stash buster project because you can use whatever worsted weight yarn you have on hand…and it uses very little! It can also be customized and personalized to any decor or occassion and it works up super fast. I’ve had a lot of fun with this pattern and I hope you do too! Continue reading below to find out all the details:
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I would love see your own creative spin on colours and how you’ve made it unique. Tag me on Instagram (@sweet_bee_crochet) to show off your finished piece!
– This pattern is written in US terms
– Chain 2 at the beginning of each round counts as a stitch
– This project uses very little yarn and is a great stash buster!
– Due to the long chain and small pieces, please keep this garland out of reach for small children.
– Worsted weight yarn in any colours of your choosing
– 5mm hook
– Yarn needle
SS – Slip Stitch
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
Circle Pattern (Make as many as you require for your garland):
With your first yarn colour, begin with a magic circle. Alternately, you make
choose to chain 3 and slip stitch into the second chain from your hook to form a loop. Ch 2.
Into your circle, place 9 dc stitches. Ss into the top of your beginning ch 2.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Attach your next yarn colour into any space between dc stitches. Ch 2 (represents 1 sc, 1 ch).
Working between each dc stitch from round 1, create 1 sc and ch 1. Ss into the first chain of your beginning ch 2.
(10 sc, 10 ch 1)
Fasten off and weave in ends.
It is recommended to leave a longer tail on both ends to assist with hanging your garland.
With the yarn colour of your choosing, make a long chain to the desired length of your garland.
Using the same colour yarn that you used for your chain, cut pieces approximately 7 inches in length. Cut one for each circle in your garland.
Use your yarn needle to evenly stitch your circles into your chain. You can secure with a small knot at the back and weave in behind the circle or simply knot and trim with scissors.
This completes your garland! Are you ready to make some more? Customize your colours to celebrate any occasion or simply to add some fun and whimsy to your home or office space.
Below I’ve made a bright and colourful version for my craft space as well as a festive garland in traditional Christmas colours for the tree.
I hope you enjoyed this pattern! If you are looking for more fun and simple crochet projects, please check out the “Free Patterns” section of my blog. You can also find me on Ravelry for free .pdf versions for easy printing.