There’s nothing quite like a cheery wreath on your front door to create a welcoming, homey environment for your family and any guests you might have over. I know, I know – when the word “wreath” comes to mind, the first thing we think of is the traditional Christmas wreath tied with red ribbons. But if that’s the only time of year you’re using wreaths to decorate, you’re seriously missing out! DIY wreaths are fun to make and can be crafted for all seasons, especially if you crochet. Here are 16 free crochet patterns for beginners and pros alike that show you how to make a wreath no matter the occasion. Say goodbye to bare doors!
A DIY Wreath for All Seasons: 16 Crochet Patterns
Fall DIY Wreath Patterns
The changing leaves and warm colors give you a lot to work with when it comes to fall crochet wreaths (not to mention the fact that you have both Halloween AND Thanksgiving to celebrate!) These easy crochet patterns will show you how to make a wreath ASAP!
Winter DIY Wreath Patterns
Now THIS is wreath season! Whether you’re looking for Christmas wreath ideas or are looking for something more versatile, these simple crochet patterns are sure to inspire you.
After all those months of cold weather and dreary days, celebrate the start of spring with these fun and flowery wreaths! These crochet wreaths are sure to add a pop of color to your decor and brighten your days for all of spring.
Super Springy Wreath
Easter Egg Wreath
Celebrate Spring Wreath
Colorful Crochet Spring Wreath
Summer DIY Wreath Patterns
Flowers, fireworks, and fun are the key ingredients for a perfect summer! Channel the excitement of beaches and barbecues with these free crochet patterns. From Fourth of July to back to school, there’s a wreath pattern for every stage of your summer!
What season do you most like to crochet for?
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