Rustic Ornament | Free Crochet Pattern

The Rustic Ornament is a beautiful, quick and easy crochet pattern that will have you whipping up tons of ornaments in no time at all. I mean it! This project takes 2-3 minutes per ornament. It only uses basic crochet stitches and is a great project for beginners.

This year Christmas is going to be amazing. I am determined to decorate the house and start traditions and bake sugar cookies. But between nap times, teaching ABCs, and trying to write blog posts, I barely have time to eat let alone make beautiful handcrafted Christmas decorations. 

Rustic Crochet Ornaments | Crochet these rustic farmhouse chic ornaments in just minutes. These ornaments take very little chunky yarn and can be crocheted in minutes. Quick and easy and perfect for beginners. These Christmas ornaments uses the basic crochet stitches and can be made in three different sizes. This is a must have free crochet pattern for the holidays. #christmasornaments #crochet #crochetornaments

Plus another fun challenge, I have a baby this year so everything needs to be shatter proof and soft incase a set of baby hands gets them.

So this pattern and many more patterns and crafts I will release this holiday season will be focused around the words: Quick, Easy and Beautiful. Expect chunky yarns, big hooks and a lot of creativity. 

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Rustic Crochet Ornaments | Crochet these rustic farmhouse chic ornaments in just minutes. These ornaments take very little chunky yarn and can be crocheted in minutes. Quick and easy and perfect for beginners. These Christmas ornaments uses the basic crochet stitches and can be made in three different sizes. This is a must have free crochet pattern for the holidays. #christmasornaments #crochet #crochetornaments

The Farmhouse Rustic Ornament

Now back to these ornaments. If you like these ornaments, you will have to thank my cousin Amanda for sending me a picture of a chunky knitted bauble ornament. I loved the big chunky stitches and, of course, I knew I could make them myself. 

When choosing a yarn for this project I wanted something super bulky with great stitch definition. I have worked with the Bernat Maker Big before in for my Summer Day Bag project and knew it would be perfect! Bernat has a new yarn Colorwhirl that would also look beautiful made up into Baubles.

Rustic Crochet Ornaments | Crochet these rustic farmhouse chic ornaments in just minutes. These ornaments take very little chunky yarn and can be crocheted in minutes. Quick and easy and perfect for beginners. These Christmas ornaments uses the basic crochet stitches and can be made in three different sizes. This is a must have free crochet pattern for the holidays. #christmasornaments #crochet #crochetornaments

Feel free to use an alternative super bulky yarn or a chunky yarn. Because super bulky yarns are sometimes rare, I created this rustic bauble ornament in three sizes; Small, medium and large! That way if you use a small yarn but want a bigger bauble you can just work the larger size. 

You can work some small baubles for a miniature tree or create all the sizes out of one size of yarn to create beautiful variation on your tree. I added just a bit of twine to hang my baubles up and to compliment the rustic feel. The twine also makes a great bow to adorn you baubles.

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Rustic Ornament Materials

See notes below for using a different yarn.

Yarn

Small Ornament

3 yards of Bernat Maker Big Yarn – Ivory

Medium Ornament

6.5 yards of Bernat Maker Big Yarn – Ivory

Large Ornament

9 yards of Bernat Maker Big Yarn – Ivory

Other Tools

Crochet Hook, 12 mm

Scissors

Natural Jute Twine

Note: If using a different size yarn, just choose a crochet hook one size smaller than the recommended crochet hook for that yarn.

Stitches and Abbreviations

Ch – Chain

Sc – Single Crochet

Hdc – Half Double Crochet

Dc – Double Crochet

MC – Magic Circle or Magic Ring

Slst – Slip Stitch

R – Row or Round

Sizes

Sizes using Bernat Maker Big and a size 12mm hook.

Small Ornament – 2 inch Diameter

Medium Ornament – 2.5 Inch Diameter

Large Ornament – 3 inch Diameter

Video Tutorial

Left Handed Video Tutorial

Small Rustic Ornament Pattern

Notes: 

  • You will be working in the round.
  • You may use a stitch marker if you need to but since there is only 3 rows, I did not find it necessary. 

R1: Work 6 Sc in to a Magic Circle.

R2-3: Working in a continuous round,Sc into each of the next 6 stitches.

Slst to the next stitch. Fasten off.  

Look at your bauble. Turn it inside out and look at it again. Each side will look a little different, so decided which side you prefer on the outside. Tuck you starting and ending yarn tail into the bauble.

Take a 10 inch piece of twine and weave it through both sides of the bauble. (Shown in the picture below.) Tie a double knot at the bottom. I did not find it necessary to gather the top of this size bauble ornament. Tie another know at the top of the twine to create a ring to use to hang the bauble. Your small bauble it complete.

Rustic Crochet Ornaments | Crochet these rustic farmhouse chic ornaments in just minutes. These ornaments take very little chunky yarn and can be crocheted in minutes. Quick and easy and perfect for beginners. These Christmas ornaments uses the basic crochet stitches and can be made in three different sizes. This is a must have free crochet pattern for the holidays. #christmasornaments #crochet #crochetornaments

Medium Rustic Ornament Pattern

Notes: 

  • You will be working in the round.
  • You may use a stitch marker if you need to but since there is only 3 rows, I did not find it necessary. 

R1: Work 9 Hdc in to a Magic Circle.

R2-3: Working in a continuous round, Hdc into each of the next 9 stitches.

Slst to the next stitch. Fasten off.  

Look at your bauble. Turn it inside out and look at it again. Each side will look a little different, so decided which side you prefer on the outside. Tuck you starting and ending yarn tail into the bauble.

Follow the Instruction photos below to finish up.

Take a 15 inch piece of twine and weave it in and out of the back loop of each stitch in Round 3. Pull the twine tight to gather the top of the bauble and tie a knot. 

Now weave one piece of twine to the other side of the bauble and knot with the first piece of twine so that your twine is knotted at the top center of the bauble instead of on the side. Knot the tip of the twine together and trim the excess twine. 

Your Medium size bauble is complete.

Rustic Crochet Ornaments | Crochet these rustic farmhouse chic ornaments in just minutes. These ornaments take very little chunky yarn and can be crocheted in minutes. Quick and easy and perfect for beginners. These Christmas ornaments uses the basic crochet stitches and can be made in three different sizes. This is a must have free crochet pattern for the holidays. #christmasornaments #crochet #crochetornaments

Large Rustic Ornament Pattern

Notes:

  • You will be joining the end of each row with a slip stitch.
  • You will be working all in one direction.

R1: Work 12 Dc in to a Magic Circle. Slst to the first Dc.

R2-3: Working in the same direction, Ch2, Dc into each of the next 12 stitches. Slst to the first Dc.

Fasten off.  

Look at your bauble. Turn it inside out and look at it again. Each side will look a little different, so decided which side you prefer on the outside. Tuck you starting and ending yarn tail into the bauble.

Take a 18 inch piece of twine and weave it in and out of the back loop of each stitch in Round 3. Pull the twine tight to gather the top of the bauble and tie a knot. 

Now weave one piece of twine to the other side of the bauble and knot with the first piece of twine so that your twine is knotted at the top center of the bauble instead of on the side. Knot the tip of the twine together and trim the excess twine. 

Your Large size bauble is complete.

Rustic Crochet Ornaments | Crochet these rustic farmhouse chic ornaments in just minutes. These ornaments take very little chunky yarn and can be crocheted in minutes. Quick and easy and perfect for beginners. These Christmas ornaments uses the basic crochet stitches and can be made in three different sizes. This is a must have free crochet pattern for the holidays. #christmasornaments #crochet #crochetornaments

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2 Comments

  1. Iris Quinones

    November 20, 2018 at 1:58 am

    Such an easy project & yet….. I have started it 4 times & frogged it 4 times……….is it supposed to be hallowed? The ones on the pics look solid

    1. Lindsey

      November 20, 2018 at 2:06 am

      Mine are hallow. You are welcome to stuff them but I would not over stuff them because the big stitches tend to show the stuffing. Where are you having trouble? I can try and help.

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