Why do we always buy tinsel to decorate our Christmas trees, mantelpieces or railings? It is not difficult to make your own crochet garlands. In fact, this pattern is one that is suited for children to make. You only need the basic crochet stitches and almost all of it is just chains. Maybe you are like me, never being able to resist yet another glittery, shiny ball of fantasy or novelty yarn! This is a project where you can start using those up.

See also a bunting made with left-over yarn!



The whole garland is worked in chains attached to a base of crochet. The chains are worked on every side of the base, which makes the garland thick and it looks well in any angle.


The crochet Christmas garland videotutorial:

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