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When we decorated our home for the Holidays we hung some bunting in the window in my office. But now Christmas is over the window looks sad and bare. So I thought what I need is a crochet garland!
I’ve picked out some of my favorite patterns and designs and I thought I would share them with you in case your home needs a post-Christmas lift.
Whether you call it bunting, garlands or even a banner they’re perfect for stringing over the mantel, or in a baby’s nursery or child’s room. Heck you don’t even have to use these patterns for garlands at all because you can turn them into bookmarks or keychains instead!
1 | Birdhouse Garland Crochet Pattern
How sweet are these little birdhouses all strung up on a vine with little leaves! I love that the houses come in two different shapes so you can mix and match colors as well as between square and circle houses.
2 | Cactus Plant Crochet Bunting
I’m guessing that the cactus craze from last year is going to continue into 2019 so why not give this pattern a try. If you love succulents this garland will make you smile every time you look at it! This would also be perfect for making cactus keychains!
3 | Crochet Butterfly Garland
If butterflies are more you style take a look at this fabulous design. This is a great scrap yarn project because you can work those butterflies up in any color combination your heart (or decor) desires!
4 | Peacock Feather Motif
This peacock feather motif is just beautiful! So delicate and colorful. And so versatile too! String it up to make a garland, or use it as a bookmark, or a keychain. You could even use them as appliques on blankets and pillows or on the front of a greeting card!
5 | Rose Garland Pattern
Y’all are going crazy over my collection of flower crochet patterns so when I saw this rose garland decoration I just knew you would want to see it! It’s such a pretty garland it would be the perfect fit for a living room. And the roses are so beautiful you could even turn them into brooches or hair clips. If you make crochet items for sale this pattern would be a very versatile choice for you.
6 | Toadstool Garland
This whimsical toadstool garland would be a fabulous choice for a baby’s nursery. You can string up the toadstools to make bunting, or hang them above the crib mobile style. Just remember whether you are making garlands or mobiles for babies and children they need to be put high up out of reach as the string is a strangulation hazard.
7 | Pretty Hearts Garland
If you love to decorate your home for Valentine’s Day you cannot go wrong with this interlocking heart garland!
8 | Tropical Pineapple Crochet Bunting
This pineapple bunting is simply fabulous and just perfect for summer decor! I know we’re not there yet but you should definitely save it to your Pinterest board for when the time comes!
9 | Crochet Heart Garland
Ooh here’s another heart garland that would be perfect for Valentine’s decor! It’s also a great fit for your farmhouse style decor. If you think it looks tricky to work up don’t worry because these hearts come together really easily. It’s a technique called Reversible Image Crochet which I am eager to try, and as the name suggests the hearts are two sided!
10 | Bee Happy Bunting
And let’s finish things up with this bumble bee themed garland which will make you smile every time you look at it! I love the little bunting flags with the flowers and those adorable little bees! I think this is the crochet garland I will choose to hang in my office window!