Crochet Valentines Day Door Wreath

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As I promised on my monthly roundup, here is the now complete Valentines Day door wreath I crocheted.

How I made it:
I used a basic flower granny square from an afghan pattern but stopped when the flower was complete.

*Update* I found the pattern I used! Here it is…
Round 1: Chain 4, slip stitch in first stitch to form ring. Chain 2 [(2 treble, slip stitch) in ring] 4 times. (4 petals) DO NOT TURN
Round 2: Working behind petals, (chain 2, slip stitch in slip stitch between next 2 petals) 4 times (4 chain-2 loops)
Round 3: *slip stitch in next chain 2 space, chain 2, (3 treble, slip stitch, chain 2, 3 treble, slip stitch) in same chain-2 space. Repeat from * around, join with slip stitch to first chain-2 space (8 petals)
Round 4: Repeat round 2 (8 chain-2 loops)
Round 5: *Slip stitch in next chain-2 space, chain 2, (4 treble, slip stitch) in same chain-2 space, repeat from * around. Join with slip stitch to first chain-2 space (8 petals)
FASTEN OFF

The neighbours had installed a new toilet and had the box in the recycling. The cardboard was very sturdy so I grabbed it and cut it up. I did use masking tape around some of the rough edges.

For the “hanger” part I took some 1.5″ fabric I had and poked it through the cardboard, making some knots so it would not slip back out.

I then heated up the glue gone and went at it. No rhyme or reason but I did know that I wanted the red on the very top layer. I made exactly enough to fill it in really well. It’s about 3 layers so very 3-dimensional.

Love how it turned out, if I do say so myself.

Yes, it’s up in March BUT … February is a short month so it would actually be February 30th (instead of March 2nd when I finished it) – I’m sticking to that!!

Now, what should I make for St Patrick’s Day for the door? Would love links/photos! Thanks!!

Elizabeth Ruth

Elizabeth Ruth

Elizabeth is a children's book author and designer of knit and crochet character hats under the brand The Ruthless Crafter. In her spare time she loves to read, watch movies, spend time with her family, and swim. She lives a full, happy life in Kitchener, Ontario with her husband and their two children.

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