Christmas Garlands

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Christmas Garlands Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Chain stitch (ch). Slip stitch (sl st). Single crochet (sc). Half double crochet (hdc). Double crochet (dc).

Pattern Description:

Four cute little Christmas garlands in one pattern! Use glittery Vanna's Glamour to make the Gold Bobble or Stardust garlands. Use Caron Simply Soft to make the Red Ribbon or Ice Crystal garlands. Each garland is worked in one piece starting at one end and you can make them as long as you like. Just stop when the garland reaches the desired length.


Gauge is not critical for this project.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Gold Bobble = 1/2" (1.25cm) wide, Red Ribbon = 5/8" (1.5cm) wide, Stardust = 1-1/2" (3.75cm) wide, Ice Crystals = 1" (2.5cm) wide. All are variable length.


  • Gold Bobbles garland uses 12 yds (11m) of Vanna's Glamour Color 171 Gold per yard of garland. Stardust garland uses 40 yds (36.5m) of Vanna's Glamour Color 171 Gold per yard of garland. Red Ribbon garland uses 12 yds (11m) of Caron Simply Soft Color 0009 Garnet per yard of garland. Ice Crystals garland uses 30 yds (27.5m) of Caron Simply Soft Color 9608 Blue Mint per yard of garland
  • Crochet hook size G-6 (4mm)

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Vanna's Glamour

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About Designer

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I have been crocheting since I was a teenager and started designing crochet patterns several years later. I wanted to make a sweater for my daughter and I couldn't read the crochet patterns. I later taught myself to read patterns. The first pattern I sold was a square sampler baby afghan to Crochet World and I haven't stopped designing since.

I also make one-of-a-kind freeform crochet scarves ...

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