This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet a Basic 12″ Wreath Form Cover that is beginner friendly, and so easy to customize!
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My mom goes to a friend’s house for Halloween every year, and each year, I make her a different home decor piece to take over as a gift. This year, she asked for a Halloween themed wreath, but because it was on Halloween, we went with a Fall Wreath instead. Here is the base so you can make your own wreath for whichever holiday or season.
Behind the Scenes… Working away at one of my offices – my local Wawa. Hehe. In case you were wondering what the background is in the photos below.
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- 185 yards + Small Amount for Hanger of Worsted Weight Yarn – I used about half a skein of Red Heart’s Super Saver in Aran
- H8/5mm Crochet Hook
- #18 Tapestry Needle for Sewing and Weaving
- 12″ Styrofoam Form Wreath Form – I used a white Floracraft brand found at my local JoAnn’s
Yarn Alternatives: Bernat’s Super Value Yarn, Caron’s One Pound.
I had my form cover ready in just over two hours.
This cover will fit a 12″ foam wreath form.
20 SC by 14 Rows = 6 1/8″ wide by 3 7/8″ tall
Abbreviations (US Term):
- SC – Single Crochet (Photo Tutorial)
Chain 21. SC into the 2nd chain from the hook. (20 SC)
R2 – 130: Chain 1, turn. SC into the 1st SC, and each SC across. (20 SC)
Finishing: Cut a long tail (I cut 60″ worth) for sewing.
Weave in beginning tail, then re-thread needle with ending tail.
Optional Wreath Hanger:
Chain 43. SC into the 2nd chain, and each chain across. (42 SC)
R2: Chain 1, turn. SC into the 1st 4 SCs, chain 4, skip the next 4 SC, SC into the next 26 SC, chain 4, skip the next 4 SC, SC into the last 4 SC. (34 SC)
R3: Chain 1, turn. SC into the 1st 4 SCs, work 4 SC into the chain space, SC into the next 26 SC, work 4 SC into the next chain space, SC into the last 4 SC. (42 SC)
R4: Chain 1, turn. SC into the 1st SC, and each across. (42 SC)
Border: Chain 1, but don’t turn. SC into the side of Row 3 (this is the same stitch as the last), and into the side of Row 2, and then Row 1, work 3 SC into the next stitch – corner, working into the opposite side of the foundation chain, SC into the next 40 stitches, work 3 SC into the next stitch – corner, SC 3 into the next side, work 3 SC into the next stitch – corner, SC across into the next 40 stitches, work 3 SC into the next stitch – corner. Join to the first SC. (92 SC)
Wrap the piece around the form…
…line up the stitches, and sew the two layers together.
Once towards the end, it will look like it isn’t long enough to connect, but it will with a little stretching.
Finish sewing the sides together, then sew the beginning foundation chain stitches to the stitches from the final row.
Weave in your tail, and your wreath form cover is complete!
This is what the back of it looks like. You will see that the seam falls to the back. If it doesn’t, just twist your piece a little to make it so.
What kind of wreath will you make with yours?
Please feel free to make and sell your own Wreaths made using this Basic 12″ Wreath Form Cover, but please DO NOT claim this pattern as your own nor should you sell my pattern, and DO NOT re-publish my photos as your own. DO NOT copy and paste my pattern anywhere, link to it instead.