Mini Christmas Wreath – Free Crochet pattern

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Welcome to MJ’s Merry Mini CAL! Today get the free Mini Christmas Wreath Ornament Crochet Pattern! Join our Countdown to Christmas with a new free ornament pattern every day! This will be an exciting event you don’t want to miss. Prepare for the Holiday Season and get in the Christmas Spirit by crocheting simple and quick Crochet Christmas ornaments.

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If you don’t want to wait for each Christmas ornaments release day, I have put together a beautiful Ebook with all 25 crochet ornaments! Keep in mind the videos will only be available on the release day.

Make these adorable Mini Christmas Wreath Ornaments. Add a twine bow to the wreath and top with wooden beads for an earthy touch. Hang with twine for a rustic Farmhouse decoration. Hang on the Christmas Tree or use it as a present topper.

“The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree: the presence of a happy family all wrapped up in each other.”

– Burton Hills


Wool of the Andes Worsted Weight by WeCrochet

100% Peruvian Highland Wool, 110yds/50g

15 yards


4mm/G Furls crochet hook – use code MJS15 for 15% off

– Tapestry Needle

– Twine

-2 wooden beads

– Glue Gun


ch – Chain, hdc – Half Double Crochet, rep – Repeat, sp – Space, st(s) – Stitch(es)


A full video tutorial for the Mini Christmas Wreath Ornament is available HERE

Mini Christmas Wreath – Free Crochet Pattern

Get the Ebook HERE


The Christmas wreath is made by making a long chain then working 3 half double crochets in each chain made. This creates a ringlet. The twine is threaded through the ringlet and secured to shape the wreath.




Row 1: ch 51, turn—51 chs.

Row 2: 3 hdc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, fasten off—150 sts. Adjust so that the piece curls into a ringlet.


Cut a piece of Twine 28″ in length. With yarn needle thread through the ringlet. Leave equal lengths of twine at each end. Adjust the ringlet on the twine so that it measures approximately 7″. Tie the twine in a knot, forming a circle and use yarn tails to sew the back of the wreath together. Thread 2 beads down both strands of twine and knot for hanging. Tie a small bow with twine and use a glue gun to secure to the front of the wreath.

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I’m so happy with how my Christmas Tree turned out. I added wooden bead garland and a few pinecone ornaments. Not only do these ornaments look beautiful on a Christmas tree, but they make the perfect present toppers as well. The decorations vary in skill level, and some can be made with no crochet experience. That way, the entire family can get involved. I used my Easy C2C Blanket for my Tree Skirt and the plaid blanket will be coming to my shop soon. If you love my Christmas Sweater you can get it HERE and my skirt HERE.

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