Crochet Spring Floral Wreath Pattern – Part 1. Part 1 covers the written patterns for all of the wreath pieces as well as the complete list of supplies needed for this project. To get crocheting on you’re own wreath, keep on reading below!
Hello and welcome back to my blog! I hope you are having a wonderful day so far! Today I am sharing Part 1 of a fun new project – the Crochet Spring Floral Wreath. I am splitting this project up into multiple posts because it would be a little too much information for one post. I have decided to share the written patterns for all of the wreath pieces as well as the complete project supplies today, and then I will share Part 2 with you on Friday, April 26th.
In Part 2, I will share video tutorials of each of the wreath pieces as well as step by step instructions for wreath assembly. Be sure to subscribe to the Just Be Crafty mailing list so that you don’t miss Part 2!
I hinted to this project last week when I shared How to Make a Crochet Wildflower. You can check out that post here in case you missed it. We will be making seven of those crochet wildflowers for this project!
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The recommended yarn for this project is 100% acrylic 4-medium (worsted) weight yarn.
This project was a great stash buster for me, so I used yarn that I already had on hand for this. The yarn brands I used were, Big Twist Value, Loops & Threads Impeccable, and Red Heart. All of these yarns are typically interchangeable for most projects, come in a variety of beautiful colors and are 100 acrylic 4-medium weight yarn. These are my go-to staple yarns and my top choices for recommending to beginners!
Crochet Spring Floral Wreath Pattern – Part 1
In this post we will cover project supplies needed as well as the written patterns for all pieces you will need to make your wreath!
Stay tuned for Part 2, coming out on Friday. Part 2 will cover how to assemble your wreath as well as step by step video tutorials on each floral piece and assembly! Make sure you subscribe to the Just Be Crafty Email List so that you don’t miss Part 2!
Read Part 2 here!
- Loops and Threads Impeccable Yarn (1 ball each: Golden Beige, Eggplant, and Aran)
- Big Twist Value Yarn (1 ball each: Blush Pink, Light Rose and Medium Rose)
- Red Heart Super Saver (1 ball each: Frosty Green, and Light Sage)
- 3.5 mm, 5.0 mm, 4.0 mm 5.75 mm, and 8.00 mm hooks (*I use this set)
- Yarn needle
- 13.8 inch wreath (Floral Craft – Design It Silks and Naturals Foam)-I found mine at dollar tree
- wreath thickness is approximately 5.75 inches
Finished Piece Measurements
- Wildflower: approximately 1.5 inches wide
- Rose 1: approximately 3.5 inches wide
- Roses 2 and 3: approximately 3.5 inches wide
- Leaves: approximately 2.25 inches long
- Spiral Foliage: approximately 3.25 inches long
- Wreath cover: approximagely 5.5 inches wide by 37 inches long
- ch – chain
- dc – double crochet
- hdc – half double crochet
- prev – previous
- sc – single crochet
- sl – slip
- sl st – slip stitch
- st – stitch
With color Eggplant and 3.5 mm hook, make 7.
Round 1: With a long tail, in magic loop ch 1, make 10 sc; join with 1st st of the round using a sl st
Round 2: Ch 3, make 2 dc in same st as the ch 3, sl st in next stitch, *(3 dc in next st, sl st in next st); repeat from * to end of round
Cut yarn and secure. Pull tail to back and weave towards the center of the flower circle. Tie both tails into a knot to secure.
Rose 1: With color Aran and 5.75 mm hook, make 5.
Rose 2: With color Medium Rose and 8.0 mm hook, make 1.
Rose 3: With color Light Rose and 8.0 mm hook, make 2.
Rose 4: With color Dusty Pink and 8.0 mm hook, make 1.
With long tail, ch 23
Row 1: Starting in 4th ch from hook make 2 dc, sl next ch, *make 3 dc in next ch, sl next ch; repeat from * to end of row, turn.
Row 2: Sl st first st, dc in next, 2 dc next st, dc in next st, *sl st in next, dc in next st, 2 dc in next, dc in next; repeat from * to end of row. Last dc will be in the 3rd ch from the prev row.
Cut yarn and secure leaving long tail.
Leaf 1: With 4.0 mm hook, make 8 in Frosty Green.
Leaf 2: With 4.0 mm hook, make 8 in Light Sage.
Round 1: In 2nd ch from hook, sc, hdc in each of of the next two ch’s, 3 dc in next ch, make hdc in each of the next 2 ch’s, (sc, ch 3, sc) in next st; Do not turn, work along bottom edge of ch to work in a round. Make a hdc in each of the next 2 ch, make 3 dc’s in next ch, hdc in each of the next 2 ch’s, sc in next; join with 1st st of round using a sl st.
Use Light Sage color, with 4.0 mm hook.
With long tail, ch 25
Row 1: Starting in 3rd ch from hook, make 2 hdc’s, make 3 hdc’s in each ch to end
Cut yarn and secure leaving a long tail.
Use Golden Beige color, with 5.0 mm hook.
Ch 24 (or enough chains to match your wreath’s thickness, or just slightly under. You don’t want this to be be too loose.)
Row 1: Starting in 3rd ch from hook, hdc across the row; turn.
Row 2: Ch 2 (doesn’t count as a st), hdc in back loop only of each st; turn.
Repeat Row 2 until you have a total of 77 rows or about 37 inches (Or to stretch around the circumference of your wreath form. Again, you don’t want this to be too loose.)
Cut yarn leaving an extremely long tail and secure. You will use this tail to secure wreath cover to the wreath form.