Updated: Nov 16, 2020
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in this household! It kinda looks like Christmas threw up in our house. I might have told Landon we need a bigger house to accommodate all of our decor... he thought maybe I should quit buying/making Christmas decor... but that won't happen, silly boy! ;)
It's a beautiful winter wonderland here as well- which only fuels my festiveness! We've gotten somewhere between 10 and a million inches of snow- even after living here my whole life- I can never tell. I thought this would be the perfect time to kick off the blog with some of my Christmas-ey crochet projects.
First up- these adorable one piece Christmas ball Ornaments. I found patterns for ball ornaments but you had to sew two sides together and they had a noticeable seam. I was looking for something a little more cohesive and I think I got it!
You can attach a piece of yarn and add a little crochet goodness to your tree. The Big Twist Twinkle yarn is just right for these ornaments. It twinkles off the lights in the tree and makes them extra festive. I also think they'd be perfect for a bowl or basket centerpiece- or maybe both!
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Here is the Darling Dana Designs original pattern:
5 mm hook
3 in foam ball- get yours here!
Color 1= Red
Color 2= White
Color 3= Grey
R1: 10 dc in magic circle
R2: 1 hdc in between each of the dc in the row before
R3: 2 dc in between each of the hdc in the row before
R4: 3 dc in between each of the 2dc in the row before
R5: 3 dc in between each of the 3 dc in the row before
R6: 3 dc in between each of the 3 dc in the row before
R7: 3 dc in between each of the 3 dc in the row before
R8: 2 dc in between each of the 3 dc in the row before
**Insert Ball - You’ll be crocheting the last two rows around the ball.
R9: 1 hdc in between each of the 2 dc in the row before
R10: 1 dc in between each of the hdc in the row before
Sew Closed by “cinching” – add loop of thread in between R5 and R6 if wanting to use as an ornament.
*Finish in ends