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Crochet Seasonal Wreath

Embarking on the delightful journey of creating a crochet seasonal wreath is like welcoming each season with open arms and a touch of handmade charm. With a medley of colorful yarns and skillful stitches, you can craft a whimsical masterpiece that dazzles doorways and celebrates the changing seasons. Whether it's vibrant blossoms for spring, sunny sunflowers for summer, cozy leaves for fall, or frosty snowflakes for winter, each wreath embodies the spirit of the season in a warm and inviting way. So grab your crochet hook, let your imagination soar, and infuse each stitch with your own unique style to create a seasonal wreath that radiates joy and spreads a welcoming vibe to all who see it.

Materials Used:
Small amounts of worsted weight yarn, in your choice of colors
Size H crochet hook
Gauge is not important to this project, so you can change hook sizes and yarn weights as you like.

Stitches Used/Abbreviations:
Hdc-half double crochet
Sl st-slip stitch

*Ch 2. Work 8 hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Join with sl st to 1st hdc*. Repeat 7 times, for a total of 8 circles. Join with a sl st to back side of 1st circle. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Make a ch of desired length in a contrast color. (Or use ribbon!) Weave in and out through the holes in the center of the circles, and tie in a bow. Or just make a bow, and attach where desired.

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