This crochet Christmas garland is made using various crochet appliques and has a little bit of everything – Santa, reindeer, Christmas trees, snowman, and even a unicorn!
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Crocheted garlands are wonderful easy projects and perfect to add a handmade touch to you holiday home decor.
Crochet Christmas garlands will look great on your Christmas tree, fireplace, windows, above the door, or across the wall!
For my garland, I used five of my Christmas crochet appliques. My garland is just an example and inspiration on what you can do.
You don’t need to be limited by the designs I used. Feel free to use any other of your favorite Christmas themed appliques.
Here are my other Christmas crochet patterns that could be used for making garlands as well!
All my crochet garland ideas can be found on this website HERE.
I hope you will enjoy them and will get inspired to make your own!
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Materials I used:
The Christmas trees are made from crochet cotton thread size 10 and Santa, reindeer, snowman and unicorn – from light weight # 3 cotton yarn.
You can experiment with different yarn weight to make your pieces larger.
Patterns I used:
For this crochet Christmas garland I used the following patterns, which are available on this website for free:
These patterns are also available as a print-friendly, styled and advertisement-free PDF files. You can get them from my Etsy Shop.
- Crochet all pieces.
For my garland, I’ve made seven appliques. You can always make your garland shorter or longer and adjust the number of pieces as needed.
2. Making a garland.
You have a couple of options on how to make the garland. One option is to crochet a chain and join each piece to the chain as you go with a slip stitch evenly.
You can also crochet a chain first and then carefully sew each piece to the string.
Also, you can use small 1 inch craft clothespins to hang pieces as I did.
The length of the chain depends on how long you want your garland to be. Leave on each end about 5-7 inches for tying the garland, then arrange the pieces.
I hope you enjoyed this crochet Christmas garland idea!