Wreaths for All Year: 12 Free Crochet Wreath Patterns!

Wreaths aren’t just for Christmas anymore! Crochet, felt, burlap, floral – the choices are limitless, and so are the occasions. A quick browse through Pinterest or any other DIY site can overwhelm you with options! But you know what I like to focus on… free crochet patterns! So here are 12 free crochet wreath patterns – 1 for every month of the year!

Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!


12 Free Crochet Wreath Patterns

  1. Holiday Leaves by Lion Brand Yarn: They may be leaves, but in all white they look like they’re coated in fresh snow!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  2. Sweet Ruffles-A Crochet Heart Wreath by Grace Ann, on Would You Like Yarn With That?: Gorgeous and love-ly!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  3. Happy Easter by Lily / Sugar’n Cream: Pastels, ribbons, eggs, and lace!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  4. April Flowers Wreath by Sharon Mann, on Red Heart: A simple wrapped wreath with a wealth of crocheted flowers – love the colors and button accents!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  5. Crochet Spring Wreath by Little things Blogged: The May flowers are in bloom – and I adore the little bee!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  6. Argyle for Dad Wreath by Sahrit Freud-Weinstein, on Red Heart: Honor dad on Father’s Day – or leave off the tie for a chic patterned wreath any day!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  7. American Flag Wreath by Kara Gunza, on Petals to Picots: A perfectly patriotic wreath, this one is easy to customize in your own country’s colors if you’re not USian!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  8. Simple Statement Wreath by Lisa Gutierrez, on GoodKnits: Simple and elegant – and easy to embellish if you so choose! I love the bright yellow one pictured here, made by Ravelry user caseyplusthree – like the bright hot sun of August!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  9. Apple Wreath by Lily / Sugar’n Cream: Celebrate the start of the school year – or apple pie season!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  10. Halloween Crochet Wreath by Sara McFall, on My Merry Messy Life: A fantastic mixed media wreath that’s not TOO scary. Perfect as is if you’ve got sensitive souls to worry about – and a great base for adding your own personal, far more terrifying touches if desired!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  11. Crocheted Fall Wreath by Sarah Zimmerman, on Repeat Crafter Me: I love the colors, the pumpkins, the leaves – I love fall, and this wreath has captured it perfectly!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!
  12. Christmas Wreath by Bernat Design Studio: There are tons of holiday wreath patterns out there, but I really like the simple, classic look of this one. Boa yarn has found it’s home here!Crochet Wreath Patterns - 12 free crochet patterns to decorate your door all year long!

Do you use wreaths to decorate your front door? What about the interior of your home? Have you crocheted a wreath before? Have a favorite crochet wreath pattern you didn’t see here? Share in the comments!

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  1. 4

    Diane says

    I’ve used the base of the Simple Statement Wreath, before adding the extra edging part, to create several wreaths using ruffle and lace yarns. They came out better than I’d hoped :) and they’re so much fun to make! Now that Red Heart has come out with a red, white and blue Sashay ruffle, it’s time to make a 4th of July wreath for my door.

  2. 6

    Kay says

    I love these! I made a variation of the argyle wreath for Valentine”s Day. Then I crocheted a St. Patrick’s Day wreath using the fall wreath as inspiration. (No pumpkins! :) ) I’m currently crocheting a yellow sun wreath with 3 dimensional rays. I like these smaller wreaths for inside.

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