4 Crochet Holiday Wreaths

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Hang a festive wreath from an inside or outside door for easy holiday decorating. Wreaths are inexpensive and fun to make. These wreath projects use crochet to create the accents, including spiders for Halloween or a Thanksgiving turkey.

4th of July Wreath Crochet Pattern– Crochet miniature American flags and stars in red, white and navy blue for the perfect patriotic wreath.

Easter Eggs Wreath Crochet Pattern– Crochet eggs hang from a delicate lace wreath in this Easter wreath crochet pattern.

Halloween Wreath Crochet Pattern– This Halloween wreath crochet pattern features spooky spiders and web, witch hats and festive orange pumpkins.

Thanksgiving Turkey Wreath Crochet Pattern– Crochet a plump Thanksgiving turkey for this wreath accented with orange crochet pumpkins.

There are tons of crochet patterns you can make. Here is a really cute crochet sweater.

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  1. MARY ANN MARK says

    I HAVE TRIED TO PRINT THE THANKSGIVING DAY WREATH SEVERAL TIMES I TRIED DIFFERENT METHODS AND I STILL CAN NOT GET THE INSTRUCTIONS PRINTED CAN YOU SEND ME THE PATTERN FOR THE THANKSGIVING DAY WREATH SO I CAN PRINT OUT THE INSTRUCTIONS THANK YOU

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