Crochet Gift Topper & Ornament Patterns – Part 1

Quick, easy, and beginner friendly Tree, Wreath, and Ribbon gift topper & ornament crochet patterns!

It’s that time of year again! Time to deck the halls and rock around the Christmas tree!

In today’s post, I’m going to share 3 quick, easy, and beginner friendly patterns! Each one would make a great gift topper and Christmas tree ornament, but really you can use these for whatever you’d like! They work up in no time and use barely any yarn (scrap buster, YES!). If you’re more of a visual learner, check out the video tutorials on my YouTube Channel!

Now grab your supplies and let’s get making!

Supplies

  • Medium (4) Weight Yarn in Green, Red, and White
  • 4.00mm (G) Hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle
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Tree

Size: approximately 4″ tall & ” wide

Leave a 6″ tall behind the slip knot for the hanging loop

(With Green) CH 2

Row 1: SC in 2nd CH from hook. CH 1 & turn (1)
Row 2: 2 SC. CH 1 & turn (2)
Row 3: SC in each ST. CH 1 & turn (2)
Row 4: 2 SC in each ST. CH 1 & turn (4)
Row 5: SC in each ST. CH 1 & turn (4)
Row 6: 2 SC, SC x2, 2 SC. CH 1 & turn (6)
Row 7: SC in each ST. CH 1 & turn (6)
Row 8: 2 SC, SC x4, 2 SC. CH 1 & turn (8)
Row 9:
SC in each ST. CH 1 & turn (8)
Row 10: 2 SC, SC x6, 2 SC. CH 1 & turn (10)
Row 11: SC in each ST (10)

Tie off yarn. Attach yarn to the 5th ST of row 11.

Row 12: SC in same ST. SC in next ST. CH 1 & turn (2)
Row 13: SC in each ST (2)

Do not tie off

Boarder: (SC in each ST and row and work a *SC, CH 2, SC* in each corner to help smoothly turn the corners) > CH 2, SC in same ST. (Photo 1) SL ST into the ST we joined the new yarn. (Photo 2) SC in each ST across the bottom of the tree. CH 2 and SC in same ST. SC in each row up the tree, CH 2, SC in same ST. SC in each row down the tree. CH 2, SC in same ST. SC in each ST across the bottom of the tree. SL ST into the same ST as row 12. SC in the next ST, CH 2, SC in same ST. SC in last ST and join to the first CH 2 of the round. Tie off and weave in ends. (Photo 3 & 4) Tie the top tail into a loop and weave in the lose end.

Ribbon

Size: 2″ and 3″ long

Leave a 6″ tall behind the slip knot for the hanging loop

2″ Ribbon

(Starting with White) CH 20

Row 1: SC in 2nd CH from hook, SC in same ST again. 2 SC in each CH (38)

SL ST into 1st CH and do not tie off. Add a 3″ ribbon.

3″ Ribbon

CH 30

Row 1: SC in 2nd CH from hook, SC in same ST again. 2 SC in each CH (58)

SL ST into 1st CH and tie off leaving a 6″ tail.

Attach Red to same ST and repeat instructions again to make a bundle of 4 ribbons ( 2 red and 2 white). Add as many more ribbons as you like and change colors as you desire. Adjust length of the ribbons by simply making a longer or shorter CH and working 2 SC in each CH.

To make a hanging loop, tie the tail ends together with a knot at the top.

Wreath

Size: 3″

(Starting with Green) CH 10. SL ST into 1st CH. CH 1

Round 1: SC x18 inside the circle. SL ST into the 1st SC and CH 2 (18)

Round 2: *DC, CH 2, SC, CH 2* in each ST around. SL ST into the 1st DC.
Pull yarn up to create a loop and secure at the bottom with a knot. Tie off yarn and weave in end.

With 6″ strand of red yarn, attach to bottom of wreath between rounds 1 & 2, and tie a small bow. Cut off excess yarn.

And you’re all done! I hope you enjoyed these patterns for gift toppers and tree ornaments!

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Happy making!

You are free to sell the items you make with this pattern, and I’d love if you could please link back to this page. You do not have permission to republish or distribute this pattern in any way or claim it as your own. Do not use my photos in your sale listings or for any other purposes. Thank you.



3 thoughts on “Crochet Gift Topper & Ornament Patterns – Part 1”

  • My wreath was sooo ruffled. My heart must be a little different. I couldn’t get the wreath to lie very flat. Wanted to curl up a lot. Any suggestions?

    • Hi Catherine! Your yarn may be a little thicker or perhaps you have a looser tension than I. You can try using a smaller crochet hook or work less stitches around. Maybe try Working 14 or 16 SC for round 1 and see if that makes it less ruffled. Hope that helps!
      -Ali

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