Crocheted Snowball Wreath

I’m dreaming of some snow this winter. Just enough so my boys can build a snowman in the backyard :) While I wait for those first few flakes, I decided to make a little bit of a winter wonderland in our house and I’m starting with this crocheted snowball wreath! I have visions of snowball garland hung  across the mantel, in the entry way and on the banister. If I can make it happen I will post lots of pictures! Although I can already see my husband giving me crazy looks for trying to yarn bomb our house.

I used a 12 inch round green styrofoam wreath. I found mine at Michaels.
The blue yarn is Red Heart with Love in Iced Aqua
You are going to create a long crocheted strip that you will then wrap around and stitch together onto the wreath.

The pattern is simple:
With size H hook
Chain 21, SC in second chain from hook and the rest of the way down the chain, chain 1, turn (20 SC)
Rows 2-150: SC in each stitch, chain 1, turn (20 SC)
Leave a long long tail after your last row so you can stitch the edges together onto the wreath.

When you wrap your crocheted strip around the wreath make sure your rows match up. Now take your tapestry needle and start stitch it together. It always looks like it won’t work out, but keep matching up the beginning of the row to the end of the same row and it will all come together with no lumps or bumps at the end.

Now make your snowballs. I made mine in a couple different sizes. Here are the patterns:

With white yarn and a size G hook..
Large Snowball:
Magic Ring, chain 1 and make 5 SC in ring, continue to SC in rounds
Round 2: 2 SC in each stitch around (10 SC)
Round 3: 2 SC in first stitch, SC in next stitch, repeat around (15 SC)
Round 4: 2 SC in first stitch, SC in next two, repeat around (20 SC)
Round 5-7: SC in each stitch around (20 SC)
Round 8: SC decrease, SC in next 2, repeat around 
Round 9: SC decrease, SC in next stitch, repeat around
stuff with poly-fil
Round 10: SC decrease around until closed.
Medium Snowball:
Magic Ring, chain 1 and make 5 SC in ring, continue to SC in rounds
Round 2: 2 SC in each stitch around (10 SC)
Round 3: 2 SC in first stitch, SC in next stitch, repeat around (15 SC)
Round 4-6: SC in each stitch around (15 SC)
Round 7: SC decrease, SC in next stitch, repeat around 
stuff with poly-fil
Round 8: SC decrease around until closed.
Small Snowball:
Magic Ring, chain 1 and make 5 SC in ring, continue to SC in rounds
Round 2: 2 SC in each stitch around (10 SC)
Round 3-4: SC in each stitch around (10 SC)
stuff with poly-fil
Round 5: SC decrease around until closed.
Leave a long tail on the end of the snowballs to sew onto your wreath. But to be honest, I got tired of sewing snowballs so I whipped out my hot glue gun and just glued them in place :)

If you missed my snowman pattern, you can find it HERE
He sits on the middle of the wreath so nicely!

Now to make a some cute crocheted bunting!
First make 4 triangle pennant flags:
Chain 6, SC in second chain from hook, HDC in next, DC in next two, TC in last. Fasten off and weave in ends.
Now you are going to chain 10 (or so) and then single crochet into the top of the flags. Chain 3 in between the flags.

I cut the word “snow” out of red felt and glued it on with a little hot glue.

Now I’m enjoying my little bit of “snow” while watching my favorite Christmas movies :) 
I love this time of year!

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I really enjoyed your gingerbread man post, but this one is cute too. How sweet this is. And, the best part is that you can make something that can't be found at the store. Thank you.
Susanne :)

I just wanted to let you know that I love your patterns.. and say thank you sooo much!.. Right now I am working my fingers off making owl hats for my nieces!.. lol.. all I wanted was to make one for a Christmas present, I am on ten now.. lol. your earflap pattern is the best one I have tried, very well written!.. So thank you again!..

I just wanted you to know that cause I love your wreath so much, I pinned it on my Pinterest…. AND IT'S A HIT! I already have 48 repins and 7 likes! I linked the pin back to this post 😉

can you tell me about how long in inches the blue section measure's, I have yet to find the wreath but want to get the rest crocheted so I can put it together when I find it, love this so much, also made a gingerbread man he is adorable


I am a French blogger subscribes to your blog. There are some days I showed on my blog whose address here http:// creating your door.
Explanations in English does not pose a problem for me but for my readers is another story.
Would you like me to translate your creation and I publish on my blog again putting a link to your site?
Pending a positive response from you,
Little Fingers Fairy

Thanks so much for this very cute winter wreath! Also, thanks for all your designs that you post freely for anyone to use. It really encourages me to try to be creative with what I do. I have enjoyed your hat designs especially, since I made many of them.

Do you happen to have the stencil that you used for the word snow??? My letters are coming out horrible…..Probably not helping that I'm trying to do it by hand… Any help will be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

Thank you for this website your patterns are amazing and so cute. I made this wreath last year and I am now looking at your C2C blanket in time for this Christmas. Thank you for sharing.

I met your husband through Subaru (PDX). He told me about your site and I love it. I am making the Christmas Afghan right now, but was looking at ravelry for an xmas wreath for my daughters’ school’s holiday bazaar to donate. Now I’m not sure I have time for both. You have lovely patterns. Thanks for your efforts. Hilary (from Portland Triathlon)

Making this now! Love the pattern. The snowman is so cute. I’m making the snowballs now. Just hoping I make enough. Trying to figure out how many you made from the photos!!

Dear Sir, Madam,

My name is Anja Van der Spiegel and I am the owner of the group “haak-, brei- en naai-creativelingen” en url
which is dedicated to people who enjoy to create crochet, knitting, sewing, …

A lot of the members are Dutch speaking elderly people and therefore not understanding English very well.

To help them to realise the pattern of their dreams, I would like to offer them some Dutch translations.
I am requesting your permission to translate your pattern. Of course, I’ll mention the name of the author and the original URL were I have found the pattern.

Thanks in advance for your kind reply.

Yours sincerely, Anja Van der Spiegel