A Free Crochet Pattern
It's been a long while since I have offered a free pattern on the blog. I thought this one perfectly fit the bill to be a free pattern so here we are.
The first Christmas that I had my oldest, I wanted to have the perfect tree, but when you are on a limited budget like we were at the time expectations are often not met. I was feeling a little sad about it, and my mom encouraged me to just find a color theme and just make my own decorations with what I had. I ended up having some red and green fabric that I ripped up into strips and made ribbons with them. We had fake poinsettias that I took apart and put those on the tree. And it really ended up being a cute little tree. After that first Christmas, I always try and make something to add to the tree.
This year I decided on making some garland. I took a little inspiration from some garland that I found for $1.00 after Christmas last year. I wanted it to be mostly neutral with a little pop of color.
Where to find the pattern
Below is the free pattern instructions. It's written a little different than how I usually write patterns but for this pattern I thought steps would be better than rows, I have added a picture for each step to help along.
If you find this pattern helpful and you would like a copy to have on hand always. I have the PDF Available in my Ravelry shop, for a small fee. You can find the paid option for this pattern at the Link below: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/christmas-garland-23
Designer: Julia Schwartz
Yarn: Lion Brand Re-tweed: size 4, 40% wool, 40% acrylic, 20% polyester, 100g/202 yards color used: elmwood
Hook: E/00 3.5mm (If you find using such a small hook, you can go up a couple of sizes for the stitches and use the smaller hook for adding the bead
Notions: 70-80 red 16mm wooden beads
Size: Appox. 30 ft./ 9.2m
Gauge: not needed for this pattern
Copyright: Julia Schwartz Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact me through e-mail.
Step 1: Ch 25
Step 2: Sc in 2nd st from the hook, using a ch st for each of the next sts, hdc, 2 dc, 2 tr, dc, ch 1, sl st.
Step 5: Ch 8 sts
Step 6: Sc in 2nd st from the hook, using a ch st for each of the next sts, hdc, 2 dc, 2 tr, dc, ch 1, sl st into the ch at the top of the bead.
Continue repeating steps 1-6
When finished ch 25 and make a knot, and weave in your ends.
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