Crochet pattern and video tutorial to make a crochet bell ideal to decorate the Christmas Tree or like home decoration!

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Christmas song

Perfect song to introduce this Christmas bell decoration!

Used yarn

Used yarn for Christmas bell
  • 🧶 used yarn ORO Mondial code colors: RED RUBY 974 and BRONZE 973
  • Crochet hook 3,5 mm
  • Stitch marker
  • tapestry needle
  • little rattle bell
  • scissors

It is a wonderful yarn, with this glitter effect that makes the object you are going to make precious. For me, there is no better yarn for making Christmas decorations!


Tutorial crochet christmas bell

Crochet Christmas bell


🕰️ Working time: 30 minutes | Skill level: 🌸🌸🌸 intermediate



You have to work in continuous round and use a stitch marker to mark the first or the last stitch of each round.

🔔 Tutorial crochet bell

Start with red glitter yarn.

ROUNDINSTRUCTIONSTOT
1MR, 8 SC8
28 INC16
31 SC in each stitches around16
4*1 SC, INC *; REP * 8 times24
51 SC, INC, * 2 SC, INC *; REP * 7 times, 1 SC32
6-171 SC in each stitches around32×12
18*3 SC, INC *; REP * 8 times40
192 SC, INC, * 4 SC, INC *; REP * 7 times, 2 SC48
20-211 SC in each stitches around48×2
How to crochet a bell

At thi point you can change the yarn color (facoltative).

221 SC in each stitches around48
23Work crab stitch to decorate the edge. Fasten off.

Cut 35 cm from the yarn and pick the little bell rattle to insert inside the bell.


🎬 Video tutorial How to crochet a bell

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The Christmas crochet project is finished!

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