Crochet Christmas Ornament

Christmas is around the corner. Check out this wonderful and free pattern for your Christmas Ornament! Make it crochet for that special touch on your Christmas Tree! We offer unique patterns and ideas that you can proceed to start on this project.

This is also a wonderful crochet project for family and friends. Start crocheting today and see the final results guaranteed!

It is an easy to follow project and you can check the free crochet instructions of this beautiful pattern below.

Crochet Christmas Ornament

Instructions

The yarns I used (available at Michael’s):

  • Loops and Threads Impeccable Claret #01532
  • Loops and Threads Impeccable Forest #01243
  • Loops and Threads Impeccable Heather #01010

Crochet hook size H, 5.0mm or UK size 6 (although size doesn’t need to be exact).

Rnd 1: With color A: using the magic loop method, work 10hdc in the loop (using the first ch2 as the first hdc). Join in the top ch of the beginning ch2. Fasten off. (10 stitches)
Rnd 2: With color B: working between the stitches of the previous rnd, join yarn, ch2 (counts as first hdc) and work 2hdc (V-stitch) in between each stitch of the previous rnd. Join in the top ch of the beginning ch2. Fasten off. (20 stitches)
Rnd 3: With color C: again, working between stitches, join yarn in between two V-stitches of the previous rnd, ch2 (counts as first hdc), 2hdc in the V-stitch of the previous rnd and continue around. Join in the top of beginning ch2. Fasten off. (30 stitches)
Rnd 4: With color A: working in the top of the stitches of the previous rnd, join yarn in the first stitch of a V-stitch of the previous rnd. Ch1 and sc in the same space. Sc in next stitch, long hdc over single hdc of previous rnd (inserting hook into the space the stitch you’re working over was worked). Continue working around putting 1 sc in each of the hdc’s of the V-stitches of previous rnd and a long-hdc over the single stitches. Join in top of 1st sc and fasten off.

Make two.

To join pieces, put each back to back. Join yarn and sc together around. To make a hanging loop, pull your working yarn long, wrap hook behind the forward yarn and catch yarn behind (being sure to catch both pieces) and pull through. Yarn over and pull through all 3 loops on the hook. Join, fasten off and weave in end.

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