Crocheted Valentine’s Wreath


Hi, y’all!

Remember when I shared that Vintage Crocheted Wreath back in December?  The one I hung for Christmas?  Well, in that post I mentioned that it would be easy for me to modify the wreath for different holidays or themes throughout the year.  By pinning my doilies and potholders on instead of gluing, it was super easy to take some of the pieces off and add new pieces to create a Valentine’s Day wreath.  This version is all red, white, and cream, and I think it’s darling.

I’ll likely make a new version of the wreath for the spring, and will share that new wreath with you in a month or two.  In the meantime, do you have questions, comments, feedback?  I’d love to hear from you…

Warm regards,

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  1. Posted February 5, 2013 at 11:19 am by Jani N. Howe | Permalink

    Melody, that wreath is beautiful! Very clever, to use some pieces from the holiday one — saves some work, too! Keep up the good work!

  2. Posted February 5, 2013 at 11:38 am by Melody | Permalink

    Thank you for your comment – I’m glad you like the remake of the wreath! It’s similar, of course, but the different color scheme and bow did change things up a bit. :]