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Free {Crochet Pattern} Holly Berries

Holly Berries are soo festive!! So when thinking of Christmas this year, I immediately thought of these and knew I had to make them!! So I played around and this is the end result!! I just love how it came out and I had to share my pattern with you all!! 


{Holly Berries}
tools: 
h hook
yarn needle
hot glue gun 

Materials: 
worsted weight yarn {I prefer Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand} 

Holly leaves {make 2}
use h hook
  1. ch 15
  2. 1 sc in next 2 st
  3. 1 hdc in next 2 st
  4. 1 dc in next 2 st
  5. 1 tc in next 2 st
  6. 1 dc in next 2 st
  7. 1 hdc in next 2 st
  8. 1 sc in next 2 st
  9. tie off weave in ends.


Holly Berries {make 3}
  1. ch 4, sl st to join and create a ring
  2. ch 3, 11 dc in ring, sl st to join
  3. tie off weave in ends.

Assembly:
  • Sew or hot glue to ends of the leaves together
  • arrange the berries as you would like and sew or hot glue them together,
  • sew or hot glue the berries to the base of the leaves where they are attached.
  • Now you can add an alligator clip, barrette, or whatever you would like. 
      
    Add them to a headband, or hat, or scarf for more fun!! Pattern for the Headband is available on {Craftsy} and in the {Pattern Circle} 

    xoxox
    Happy Crocheting!! 
     

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