I just can’t believe how fast the time is going. It really needs to slow down. I can remember being a kid and it seemed to take F-O-R-E-V-E-R for Christmas to get here and now you blink and it’s over… *Sigh*
One thing I do enjoy is working on holiday crochet projects! It makes the holidays last just a tiny bit longer as I work away on my decorations and gifts.
And this week, I’ve created the Christmas edition of the crochet wreaths I’ve been designing for all of you!
Can you believe it?
And I’m here today to give you a turkey that you can stuff BEFORE the big day!
Did I scare you?
So somehow I managed to miss decorating my house for autumn this year, which is highly unusual for me since this is my favorite season. I just chocked it up to being super busy with work.
If you are in the U.S., I hope your summer is turning out amazing! Mine certainly is, thanks for asking! Ha! Ha!
The newest addition to my wreath series is complete and ready to share! I intend to make a wreath for every holiday so be sure to check back regularly or subscribe to my Newsletter so you never miss a new pattern.
Top o’ the mornin’ to ya!
Sorry. Couldn’t resist.
Who doesn’t need some extra luck in their lives? I know I always can!
St. Patrick’s Day is one of those holidays that I really don’t have many decorations for…certainly not as much as Halloween or Christmas. If you’ve seen any of my other posts, you may notice that I love garlands! I knew that I wanted to make a wreath and my mom actually suggested that I try wrapping one of my garlands around a wreath frame to give it a ruffly appearance. So I tried it and it didn’t work, but I liked where she was going with that idea. After thinking about it for a week or so, it finally came to me. I could make three separate garland pieces, stitch the bases together and wrap that around the wreath frame. Bingo!
And how fun to change up the colors instead of one solid color! I couldn’t wait to try it!
I have to say—love is in the air! And what a better way to show it than with your very own crocheted heart shaped Valentine’s Day Wreath.
Originally I had made a round wreath. It was nice, but it wasn’t really screaming Valentine’s Day to me. (This was back in February.) I actually stumbled upon a heart shaped wreath form when I was out shopping one day and stuffed it in my cart immediately with zero hesitation! It was perfect! There would be absolutely no mistaking which holiday this wreath was dedicated to.