Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Bobble Christmas Tree Garland Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

This is number 2 in our series
"How to Have a Very Yarnie Christmas".

The Bobble Christmas Tree Garland.
Our Tree still looks a little empty,
 but we have a lot more 
Yarnie Ideas 
to share with you.
Last week we made a Christmas Tree Skirt.
 you can find that Crochet Pattern 
at this Link;

The Bobble Christmas Tree Garland is really fast to make.
And a really fun and easy project.
I chose to use green and red yarn,
 But any Worsted weight yarn (4) will work just fine.
If you have a big tree, larger weight yarn
 would be really pretty, too.
The Garland would also make great
 window decorations, or a hang on the wall 
for a place to hang Your Christmas cards.

See the Video tutorial on my Youtube Channel
 at This LINK

Bobble Christmas Tree Garland Crochet pattern
by Sara Sach
Please add this pattern to your Ravelry Favorites

Skill : Easy

Crochet Hook – I / 5.5 mm
Yarn – Worsted Weight (4) 2 oz. of each color
             Red – C1, Green - C2
             Red Heart Shimmer yarn but any Worsted weight yarn will work.
             The I Love This Yarn Sparkle and Caron Party are good yarns for this also.
Measuring Tape

Stitches and Terms:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Double Crochet (dc)

Size : The Length is up to you and the size of your tree.

Gauge : 15 ch = 4 inches,  the distance between the Bobbles

Pattern:  Make 1 of each color
With C1,
*ch 18,
1 dc in the 3rd ch from the hook.
Slst in the same st as dc
Ch 18*

Repeat From * to * as many times as needed for length.
Now make another garland with C2.
Drape them together and put on your Christmas tree.
My tree is a 4 foot slim line tree, 
I stitched my garland 84 inches long.
Here is a Photo Tutorial to help you
 understand were to put your stitches.

I really Love this slim line Tree.
It needs more ornaments and decorations.
Please, keep checking back to see
what other 
Yarnie Ideas 
we have.

I think Our Star at the top of the tree needs to be
"Yarn Bombed" Don't you?

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