Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Christmas Wreath Ring Ornament

Christmas Wreath Ring Ornament is the 3rd in my "Ringing In Christmas" ornament series.

Each ornament is made by crocheting around a 2" plastic ring.


Materials Needed:
Caron Simply Soft Worsted Weight Yarn:
- Limelight
- Red
Size G (4.25mm) Crochet Hook
2" Plastic Ring
Yarn Needle

Abbreviations/Stitches Used:
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sp = space
st = stitch
beg = beginning


Christmas Wreath Ring Christmas Ornament:

Round 1) With Limelight, join with a sl st around 2” plastic ring, ch 1, 36 sc around ring, join with a sl st to beg sc. Do not turn. (36 sc)


Round 2) Ch 1, sc in same st, ch 2,* sk next st, sc in next st, ch 2*, repeat from * to * around, join with a sl st to beg sc. Do not turn. (18 sc, 18 ch-2 spaces)

Round 3) 5 dc in first ch-2 space, sk next sc,* sl st in next ch-2 sp, sk next sc, 5 dc in next ch-2 sp, sk next sc*, repeat from * to * around, ending with a sl st in last ch-2 sp. End off, weave in ends.

To Finish: Cut a strand of red yarn, weave through the ch-2 openings, and tie into a bow.

Week 1: Lacy Snowflake Ring Ornament
Week 2: Peppermint Candy Ring Ornament

61 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for these wonderful ornament patterns!

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  2. Thaks for sharing, it's lovely!

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  3. Cute!! I have to find more rings..I been to 3 stores so going to look online. I found 2 in my stash..I need more quick!!! LOL Thank you for sharing these. I hope to make some special people a set.

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  4. awesome!!! thanks for sharing!!!!

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  5. Again a beautifull piece.. you did a great job on it!!!

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  6. Got my 3rd wreath done today! I am making 3 sets as I go and they are so stink'n cute. Thank you for sharing them. I finally found some rings at Hobby Lobby.com and got them really quick. They had yarnology on them? Anyhow thought I would let ya know in case some ask..Like I said, came really quick in the mail. :-) Oh at 2.99 for 5 but, I had discount code.

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  7. I couldn't find the 2" rings anywhere!! Finally gave up and used the "O" rings left on plastic milk or juice bottles when the lid seal is broken!! Worked just great!! I love these ornament patterns...Many thanks!

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    1. I found the rings at Hobby Lobby by Yarnology.

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  8. Thank you.This the easiest most satisfy-ing pattern I've ever made. Love it!

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  9. These are so adorable. Great blog

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  10. These are fantastic! I couldn't find the plastic rings when I was at acmoore so I bought some 32mm key rings and they are working great!

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  11. These are so cute. I'm going to start makeing them today. I got my rings from Simplicity.com @ $1.99 per bag of 5-item # 7540-2

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  12. I haven't made them but you totally inspired me!!!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!!

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  13. I recently took over a very nervous group of new crocheters. (Did I volunteer?) They desperately wanted to finish a project before Christmas. Oh dear. But I found your little design and they've almost finished theirs. I wish you could see the joy they've expressed in achieving your pattern as their first completed item.
    Barbara, Nottingham UK

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  14. I recently took over a very nervous group of new crocheters. (Did I volunteer?) They desperately wanted to finish a project before Christmas. Oh dear. But I found your little design and they've almost finished theirs. I wish you could see the joy they've expressed in achieving your pattern as their first completed item.
    Barbara, Nottingham UK

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  15. These are great and inspired me to have a go - have linked this on my blog :)

    karen
    www.quintonwench.com

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  16. Your "Ringing in Christmas" ornaments are absolutely adorable! Thank you for sharing all your patterns!
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  17. Your "Ringing in Christmas" ornaments are absolutely adorable! Thank you for sharing all your patterns!
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  18. I made rings out of duct tape. Lay a piece of green( it hides best) duct tape about 7 inches long sticky side up. Fold up about 1/8 th inch from the bottom. Roll up the I sticky section as close to 1/8 th inch onto the sticky above. Continue til you have a long snake. Join the snake into a loop with a piece of duct tape. I too had a problem finding the right size rings in the store.

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  19. I use plastic or metal plumbing washers and key rings for the center ring. you can get them cheap any hardware department

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  20. If you get the rings from the curtain dept they are 24 for $2.99

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  21. I use little girl elastic s. this way you can stretch them to make the 36 sc. I have done a very similar pattern for ponytail elastic s. and I really love.this Christmas decoration. I have a hugh family so can make a set for each. Thank you.

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  22. I use little girl elastic s. this way you can stretch them to make the 36 sc. I have done a very similar pattern for ponytail elastic s. and I really love.this Christmas decoration. I have a hugh family so can make a set for each. Thank you.

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  23. This is a gorgeous idea for a Christmas decoration. We've featured it in our Top 10 Christmas Decorations post on our blog: http://bit.ly/1eVbjzF

    Must make some for the office!

    James @ Stitch Craft Create

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  24. Thank you for posting your patterns. I am making them to give as little gifts. So sweet.

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  26. I found this pattern about two years ago and every single year I make at least a handful of these ornaments. I also use a smaller plastic ring and a 2.00 crochet hook and turned this pattern into a Christmas Wreath broach/pin. Thank you for coming up with this pattern! It's amazing!

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  27. I was wondering what the final product diameter size was??

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  28. You can find plastic or metal rings online, of course, but in a pinch, go to your local hardward store and purchase "O" rings - usually in plumbing department.

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  29. Can you send me a link to your blog please. My email is denimnpearlgirl@yahoo.com

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  30. Hi Doni,

    I was wondering whether you would mind if I shared this pattern in a tiny facebook group I have started with a few friends...we're hoping to make a few decorations to furnish our homes for Christmas!!

    Thanks
    Veronica
    mumoffivegirls@gmail.com

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  31. Love this pattern, thanks so much for sharing, didn't have any rings handy so I used a small pony tail holder and it worked great, although I could only get like 26 SC on it worked out fine. i am making them to out on crochet hats I make for kids with cancer and donate to the chemo units, they will love the Christmas hats with different appliques, thanks again

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  32. Thank you for sharing. I want to get right on it but having trouble finding rings.

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  33. I found using the rings from the gatorade bottles and milk jugs work without having to spend any extra money..

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  34. These are cute for quick Xmas gifts or crafts with kids. Thank you

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  35. Don't get this at all . How do you sk?. Isn't slipknot the same as chain?

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  36. Don't get this at all . How do you sk?. Isn't slipknot the same as chain?

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  37. Don't get this at all . How do you sk?. Isn't slipknot the same as chain?

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  38. Thank you for sharing your lovely Christmas wreath pattern :-)

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  39. So, immediately following making your snowflake pattern for which, like a crazy person (who didn't want to go to the store to buy what I didn't have on hand), I used 1/2" rounds, a C (2-2.75mm) hook, and size 10 thread, I then made this one!! I only had 08 green thread but did it anyway and IT IS SO CUTE! Love it, thank you :D

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  40. i use the plastic rings off of can biscuits, just cut them apart & they work great!

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  42. I don't know what was said before because, honestly, I didn't read through all the comments, but I had a few suggestions for this awesome project.

    Do you know what I found was a great (and cheap!) base for these? Shower curtain rings. You can get a dozen for about $2 and they are typically 2" wide. Just be sure to use the simplest rings you can find.

    ALSO, if you cut a 2" square of clear acrylic / plastic and a 2" square of white cardboard, then paste them together on 3 sides (leaving the top open), then paste THAT to the back of the ring, you can create a lovely little picture frame-ornament.

    Lastly, lots of things can be used for the red ribbon/bow. I am not a good bow maker so I used cut pieces of fabric and bits of stiffened ribbon (not sure what you call it but it has wires in it and makes it much easier to keep its shape). Also, if you have little tiny baubles, you can add those around the wreath, too.

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  43. These are great!! They make up fast and easy. I have my daughter and her PTO/school workers saving them for me,,and my son's co-workers are handing him the rings off their Gatorade bottles. Planning on making as many as possible by next Christmas. Thank you!!!

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  44. Oh, my! I need to learn how to crochet! I love your ornament. Thank you for sharing the directions.

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  45. How would you make this on a 9" metal ring? My daughter gave me some and I want to make wreaths or this on them. Thanks.

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  46. I work at a nursing home and I like to make the elders and my coworkers a little something to brighten there day. This would be the perfect pattern for them this year.

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  49. Milk jugs ringswork great for this project and they are free. I have friends save them for me

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  50. Good information and great post. I like the website and am sure to keep returning. Floral Diamond rings

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  51. Love these little Christmas Ornaments I made almost all of them they are so cute thanks for sharing these they are wonderful addition to �� Christmas Sheila Pendergraph Virginia

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