I crocheted these cute little ornaments over the last couple of afternoons. I still need to decorate the wreath with some little red dots - beads, paint, something, I don't know - I have to see what I have. :)
- 1 1/2" diameter plastic ring
- sz. 1 steel hook
Rnd 1: Sc around plastic ring to completely cover - make sure you end up with an even number of sc's. Join with a sl st to 1st sc.
Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc in same sc, ch 6, *skip next sc, sc in next sc, ch 6. Repeat from * around.
Rnd 3: -this rnd will be worked in the skipped sc sts of rnd 2-
Sc in next sc, *ch 4, sc in next sc. Repeat from * around. Ch 30, join with a sl st to 1st sc. End off.
-decorate as desired-
***Debi Y's version***
- face color, white & red ww acrylic yarn
- I hook
Rnd 1: With face color ch 3, 5 dc in 3rd ch from hook, work 1 more dc changing to white, work 6 more dc. Join with a sl st to 1st dc. (12 dc)
Rnd 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in same dc, 2 sc in next 5 dc, (hdc, dc)in next dc, 2 dc in next 4 dc, (dc, hdc) in next dc. Join with a sl st to 1st sc.
Rnd 3: Ch 1, turn, sc in the hdc, ch 2, *sc in next dc, ch 2. Repeat from * 10 times, sc in the hdc, sl st in next sc. End off.
-turn piece back around-
Join red with a sc in 2nd sc, sc in same st. Sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc, ch 3, treble around last sc. End off.
-decorate as desired-
***Debi Y's version***
Debi, these are adorable. Are these your designs? I just love them. Would love to see the wreath when you have decorated it!ReplyDelete
Thanks glor. Yes - they're just a little something I came up with. Very easy and quick. :)ReplyDelete
Santa is sooo cute!ReplyDelete
I love these...especially the Santa!ReplyDelete
Oh, they're both cute, but I really LOVE that Santa, Debi!! I like the variegated greens on the wreath too! ~tinaReplyDelete
The Santa is adorable!ReplyDelete
These are so cute Mom!ReplyDelete
i would love to have the pattern to make my own! if you don't mind sharing? :)
What a cute Santa!ReplyDelete
Your ornaments are really cute Debi! Did you use some sort of "O" ring for the wreath? Both are very nice. :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks ladies. :)ReplyDelete
~Niki~ - I posted my pattern versions - enjoy.
Heather - I used a plastic ring.
Very cute!! Thanks for sharing the patterns. :-)ReplyDelete
These are very cute, indeed!ReplyDelete
Love the little wreath!ReplyDelete
Que adornos tan bonitos para esta navidad¡¡¡ReplyDelete
It's so lovely.Thank you so much for sharing these patternsReplyDelete
I love Santa...I can't get enough Santa Patterns lol....Debi thank you for this adorable Santa to add to my Collection of Santa's!ReplyDelete
You're very welcome Conni - I'm glad you like him. :)Delete
does this work?ReplyDelete
Does what work? :)Delete
I love the Santa! My grandmother use to make these and she would be 110 if alive today. She made a wreath, too, and put special beads on it shaped like a leaf. I have looked for these beads but have been unable to find them to purchase in today's world. Did you publish? Just wondering where in the world she would have gotten your pattern. Now I can make them! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Thanks Carolyn. I designed and published the Santa pattern on my blog only. It's not the same pattern as your Grandmothers - most likely similar because all Santa's look alike, but not the same. :)Delete
I love itReplyDelete
Hi Debi, Remember me? Marilyn, from the crochet group. I check a few sites that add new patterns pages every day. This page came up today. It was so nice to "see" you again. Hope all is well. I'm in NY right now, visiting 3 grandchildren. I'm guessing you still have or can find my email address - I'm also on FB. Give me a holler, if you feel like it. Regards to your hubby & family. Sending hugs, MarilynReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for the pattern of santa. I just made it and came out really beautiful. I dont know how can i send a photo of what i made, i would really love to. Thanks again for the lovely pattern. I am quite a beginner in crochet and your instructions really helped me
Thank you for the lovely decoration patterns; Santa is so cute. Happy Holidays, Mariana
Thank you for the patternReplyDelete
They are both so cute. I love them both. I can't wait to make them. What color did you use for the Santa face? Not sure what color it is. Will need to go to the store and get some. TIA Thanks for the patterns too.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I used peach colored yarn for Santa's face. :)Delete
Thank you very much for the adorable snowman pattrn. I am making a few dozen of them for my Christmas Cards this year😊ReplyDelete
Everybody loved the Santa and the wreath. I used small beads to decorate the wreath....Fantastic and easy. Thank you Debi,nothing like following a well written pattern. Rhonda��ReplyDelete
I love these from Canada hope you don't mind I made them to put on my home made socks for the grandchildrenReplyDelete
Many years ago, I used to make a santa one very similar to this. I have since lost the pattern. These were my daughter's favorite when she was growing up, and she's 45 now and has been wanting me to make her some. Now I can. Thank you!ReplyDelete
I just made a Santa with dk weight yarn. So cute!!! I'll sew a safety pin on the back to make a brooch. Thanks for the pattern!ReplyDelete
Is it OK for me to make some to sell on a charity stall. Think they will be snapped up.ReplyDelete
Hello. Yes, you can make some to sell at a charity stall. I hope you sell a lot. :)Delete
your Santa is very cute and we love him. But we cannot understand how you finish Santa's hat. Everything is o.k. until "...2 sc in next sc, ch 3," but what do you mean with "treble around last sc."? We are Germans and we cannot find a translation that fits to your pattern. Furthermore there are different meanings in US and UK. When we end up with a US treble crochet (in German: Doppelstaebchen) there is no connection of the treble crochet with the ch3 so we get a loop, is that correct? Could you explain that last step a little more detailed?
Thank you very much!
Hi Jorek. Yes you are correct - there is a sort of a loop with the ch3 and the treble. It is the space to glue the pom pom to. :)Delete
Thanks a lot, Debi, that helps us to understand the pattern.Delete
You're welcome. :)Delete
Hi Jorek. I've made several Santas now (everyone's favorite) and when I weave in the end of the red yarn, I kinda of close that loop. HTH.ReplyDelete