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Mini Wreath Ornaments

Updated: Mar 3, 2021

December is here and I've over compensated for the lack of celebrating Thanksgiving with family by over decorating for Christmas. Anyone else? It just didn't feel like the Holiday's so I had to make sure there wasn't a place in the house where you don't know it was Christmas.

I'm so excited to share with you my mini wreath ornaments. The inspo really started in the dollar section at Target- I mean, isn't that where everyone get's their inspiration? I'm a sucker for their "dollar" section. I always say I'm "just going to look" but I always end up buying. When I saw these little wooden words they reminded me of the big wooden words I used for my Christmas Flower Wreath (check out that pattern here.) So they ended up in my cart (along with numerous other things I didn't go in for...) and I crafted up these cuties.

This pattern is super simple and works up so quick- you can make these as last minute Christmas gifts or quick enough to enjoy on your tree yet this year! I added some little berries and some Christmas striped ribbon- but you can decorate them how you see fit!

Let the count down to Christmas begin!

Happy Crocheting!


Prefer Videos? I made a quick tutorial on how to make the Mini Wreath Ornament. You can find it in the "Crochet Tutorials", on youtube and below.


  • 5 mm hook

  • Red Heart Super Saver (Weight 4) I used Paddy Green.

  • Mini Foam Circle approx. 3 inches in diameter. Here is an example.

  • Add your own accessories- search for Christmas Word Cutouts (here are a few examples- you're looking for something about 4" long.)

Special Stiches:

Puff Stitch: Yarn over, insert the hook into the stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, (yarn over, insert hook in same stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop) 4 times. There will be 11 loops on the hook. Yarn over, and draw the hook through all loops on the hook.


Start by wrapping yarn around wreath. I do a series of single crochet stitches around the form. (When working around the form- they look more like slip stitches- you're doing it right) You do not need to be concerned with the number of stitches as you will reestablish that in the first row. (Continue to push the stitches/wrap together to ensure no spaces, a little overlap is good.) Once completely covered you will start crocheting into the string that's around the foam circle. I try to get about 56 stitches that way- spacing out for my single crochets in the next row is easy math.

R1: ch 1, Sc 28 times around, sl st to join (I usually start by determining how many slip stitches I have in the wrapping process and determine how many to skip from there.)

R2: Ch 2, *Puff stitch, sc, rep * around to starting chain, sl st to starting chain.

Finish off leaving extra long trail as this will be the hoop to hang on the tree.

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Dec 15, 2020

Thanks for the excellent video!


Dec 14, 2020

I just added a video tutorial- hopefully this helps!


Dec 14, 2020

I still can't figure out how to crochet around a closed circle.


Dec 09, 2020

I am currently working on a video tutorial to accompany the pattern- hoping to have it edited for sharing by later this week. I do a series of chains around the closed circle while pushing the yarn together to keep it close. (I don't count these as "stitches") You do have somewhat of an awkward tail until you finish going around the closed circle.


Dec 08, 2020

How are you able to efficiently wrap the yarn around a closed circle?

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