valentine's day wreath crochet pattern
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Valentine’s Day Wreath Crochet Along

January 1, 2018

I know it feels like it’s too soon for Valentine’s Day, but I just couldn’t wait to share this pretty wreath with you! I love Valentine’s Day decor… which is weird because I don’t really celebrate the holiday. I think it’s all the pinks, reds, hearts, and flowers. It’s all so girly and pretty!

A crochet along is a project that’s broken into parts with a specified starting date so we can all work on a project at the same time together! This crochet along will have three parts. The first part will be crocheting the wreath base, part 2 will be the roses and leaves, and part 3 will be putting all the pieces together and adding the hanger.

Part 1 of this crochet along will be posted on Monday, January 8th. It will last 3 weeks and we should be done just before February. Just in time to hang up your wreath for Valentine’s Day! I’ll also have the entire pattern ready as a PDF available if you’d rather have the whole pattern at once.

You can join my Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1974671912859520/ where you can share your progress, ask questions, and be inspired by fellow crocheters! 

Materials
1 Styrofoam 12 inch wreath
Worsted weight yarn in ivory, red, purple, 2 shades of pink, and green (I used I Love This Yarn! in Ivory, Red, Hot Rose, Pink, Orchid, and Light Sage)
H/5.0 mm hook
Yarn needle
Scissors
Hot glue gun
Sewing pins (optional)

I’ll see you here on Monday, January 8th for part 1!

valentine's day wreath crochet pattern

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