This adorable woodland themed crochet garland (or bunting) will make a beautiful decoration for the kids’ room! You can also use it as holiday décor, hanging it over the fireplace or doorway.
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To make this garland, you just need to crochet hedgehogs and mushrooms and then attach them to a string. Simple!
This project is also a wonderful stash buster project as it requires very small amounts of yarn.
For this garland, I used crochet heart mushroom and hedgehog applique patterns that I designed earlier. The patterns are free on my blog and you will find all the links below in the Patterns I Used section.
Crocheted garlands are easy projects but add an adorable handmade touch to your home decor.
If you enjoy making crocheted holiday garlands, make sure to check out my Egg Emoji Garland for Easter, Shamrock Garland for St. Patrick’s Day, and Gingerbread Hearts Garland for Christmas.
You may also like these woodland creature crochet patterns available on my blog: crochet Fox applique and crochet Owl applique.
If you like making crocheted garlands, all of my garland ideas can be found on this website HERE.
I hope you will enjoy them and will get inspired to make your own!
You can PIN this crochet woodland themed garland idea to your Pinterest Board for later HERE.
Materials I used:
For my crochet woodland garland, I used Patons Grace light weight #3 cotton yarn. Also, I used a crochet hook size 1/2.75 mm.
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Patterns I used:
For this crochet garland I used the following crochet patterns:
Crochet Mushroom Applique – for my garland I crocheted only small mushrooms.
These patterns are also available as a print-friendly, styled, and advertisement-free PDF file. You can get them from my Etsy Shop: The mushroom pattern is HERE, and the hedgehog pattern is HERE.
How to Make Mushrooms and Hedgehogs Crochet Garland
- Crochet all the pieces.
For my garland, I made five hedgehogs and six mushrooms. You can always make your garland shorter or longer and adjust the number of pieces as needed.
2. Block all the pieces as necessary.
3. Crochet a chain about 40” long (the length of the chain will depend on how long you want your bunting to be). Leave on each end about 4-5 inches for tying the bunting, then arrange the pieces.
4. You have a couple of options on how to make this crochet garland. You can sew each piece to the string using a sewing needle and matching thread. As another option, you can use small 1-inch crafts clothespins to hang each piece as I did.
I hope you enjoyed this mushrooms and hedgehogs crochet garland idea!
Rebecca Payne says
So Cute! love theme. great job.
Thank you! I am glad to hear that you like it!