how to make a knitted wreath

9 December, 2010 ·

There are many more ‘proper’ wreath knitting patterns on the net which have definitely inspired my own attempt, like this one and this one, but I am currently looking for excuses to practice my stockinette stitch so here is my own variation.

To make the wreath you need a small ring of wire or pipe cleaner (I made mine about the size of a small bracelet) and a long piece of green stockinette knitting (knit a row, then purl a row). My knitted piece is fifty stitches long and six rows wide).

Then wrap the knitting round and round the wire ring, like this…

and sew the ends of the knitted strip together.

Add a loop to hang the wreath by and then you can add anything you like.

A small needle felted robin…

Some candles…

Or a sleeping baby and a star…


  1. jeanene Oh Anna, look how precious. These little wreaths are adorable with their little treasures so comfortably bedded inside. You are very talented! They would look beautiful on our Christmas tree thank you for sharing. Thank you Anna for your kind comments on my blog and a wonderful email. Happy crafting and blessing for this festive season. Love Jeanene
    December 9, 2010 at 9:35 am · Reply
  2. Lois Wadelton-Blackie Anna I've gone an embarrassed myself. I'm in the lounge talking in a silly high voice and all that is understandable is oooohhhh so gorgeous oooh soooooo cuuute. Your little mini masterpiece has reduced me to baby talk. Now that I have calmed down , there is something very,well ZEN like about this one The robin is one thing but the little baby in its blanket wow. Its so content sleeping on the edge of the universe. the world and it's special star keeping all good things aligned ...........just
    December 9, 2010 at 10:42 pm ·
  3. anna Jeanene - thank you! I hope you and your beautiful boys have a wonderful christmas too - I'm just loving your christmassy posts. Lois, that is such a gorgeous description. I love how you always get right to the heart of whatever I'm trying to do. Thank you so much :)
    December 10, 2010 at 5:45 am ·