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Seasonal Crochet Linked Garland

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This seasonal crochet linked garland is a bit old fashioned and brings a vintage touch to your Christmas tree. This free easy crochet pattern is a timeless addition to your collection of easy to make Christmas decorations.

Seasonal Crochet Linked Garland

MATERIALS:

  • 4 ply yarn (examples used Ocean, Burgundy & Paddy Green)
  • H hook or hook to obtain gauge.

SIZE:
Each strip: 3/4” X 5"

GAUGE:
2 sc sts = 1/2”, 4 rows sc = 1-1/4”

STEPS:

STRIP:
ROW 1: With 4 ply yarn and H hook ch-4, sc 2nd ch from hook, sc ea ch across, ch-1, turn. (3 sts)
ROW 2-22: Sc ea st across, ch-1, turn.
End row 22 sl st short ends of strip tog to form a chain for the garland.
Each additional ch is worked row 1-22, then inserted into the previous made chain and short ends sl st tog.


OLD FASHION CHAIN GARLAND USING FUN FUR:

  • You need Lion Brand Fun Fur (my example uses red & white) and E hook or hook to obtain gauge.

SIZE:
Ea stripe: 1” X 6”

GAUGE:
5 hdc sts = 1”, 4 rows hdc = 1”

STRIP:
ROW 1: With Fun Fur and E hook ch-7, hdc 3rd ch from hook, hdc ea ch across, ch-1, turn. (5 sts)
ROW 2-24: Hdc ea st across, ch-1, turn.
End row 24 sl st short ends of strip tog to form a chain for the garland.
Each additional ch is worked row 1-24, then inserted into the previous made chain and short ends sl st tog.

 

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Nov 30, 2010

What a clever idea! I love it. You could even make smaller chains if you you have a tiny tree to decorate. Thanks for sharing

 

Aug 22, 2010

I used yarn , in green and gold to make this garland too, and also one in silver and gold. Use your imagination, and they are beautiful in all colors

 

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