Crochet Christmas Bell!

Crochet Christmas Bell!

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I made this Christmas bell to put on my Christmas tree!

Supplies:

F hook, or larger hook for a larger Bell.
Red Heart Sparkle Thread yarn
Yarn needle
Fabric Stiffener, you can use the stiffener if you want to make it hard.
Measures about 4 inches long by 2.5 inches wide.
Abbreviations:
ch=chain
sl st=slip stitch
sc=single crochet
dc=double crochet
sp=space
ch=chain
hdc=half double crochet
V-Stitch: (Dc, ch 1, Dc)
V-stitch Bell:
Rnd 1: Ch 4, sl st to the beginning of the chain to form a ring. Work a Chain 4 and double crochet in the ring, the chain 4 and double crochet count as the first V-Stitch. *Dc, Ch1, Dc into the ring, complete 4 times for a total of  5 V-stiches from, * join with a sl st in beginning Ch 3. (5 V-Stitch total)

Rnd 2: Sl St in to the Chain 1 Space, Ch 4, Dc, Ch 1, Dc in the same space, (the chain 4, double crochet, chain 1, double crochet count as the first V-Stitch increase). *Dc, Ch1, Dc, Ch1, Dc into the next Ch 1 Sp, complete 4 times total from *, join with beginning Ch 3. (5 V-Stitch Increase total)

Rnd 3: Sl st into the Ch 1 space, Ch 5, dc into the chain 1 space, (counts as dc, ch 2, dc, counts as a v-stitch) in the ch 1 space, *dc, ch 2, dc in each chain 1 space around, *Repeat the V-stitch in each ch 1 space around, sl st in beginning Ch 3.

Rnds 4-6: **Sl st into the Ch 2 space, Ch 5, dc into the Ch 2 space, (counts as dc, ch 2, dc, counts as v-stitch) in the ch 2 space, *dc, ch 2, dc in each chain 2 space around, *Repeat the V-stitch in each ch 2 space. sl st in beginning Ch 3 **Repeat this round  two more times, for a total of 3 rounds.

Rnd 7:  Sl st into the Ch 2 space, Ch 6, dc (counts as dc, ch 3, dc, counts as v-stitch) in the ch 2 space, *dc, ch 3, dc in each chain 2 space around, sl st in beginning Ch 3*Repeat this V-stitch around in each Ch 2 space.

Rnd 8: Sl st into the Ch 3 space, work 6 hdc in the chain 3 space, sl st into the same ch 3 space,*sl st into the next ch 3 space, work 6 hdc, sl st in the same sl st space. sl st in beginning Ch 3*Repeat around.  -10 hdc shells, Fasten off.

At the top, For a hanger, sl st on the top, chain 8, sl st to the beginning chain to create a loop, Attach to the top of the bell. Fasten off.


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7 thoughts on “Crochet Christmas Bell!

  1. Judy Serrio says:

    I hope that you might have the pattern to crochet in thread Minature High Heel Slippers shoes,
    that you use a 3 or e4 inch plastic shoe form. I would like to make these as favors for a Bridal
    Shower.

    Thank You,
    Judy

  2. Sadie says:

    So cute. I’m go in a going to make these in a variety of colors and little jingle bells in the center. You are an inspiration.

  3. Frances pulley says:

    I made a bell like yours years ago! And I can’t find my pattern so I,m going to make some now with your pattern for my daughter. Inside the bell I put a small three leaf ,the leaves had points on them and in the center on the leaves were three red berries. I did the sugar,one cup water(boiled) pour 1/2 cup sugar stir till sugar was desolved . I wrap my white bells and any crochet for christmas in white christmas tissue paper and in a box they are as white as the day I made them(#10Thread).I keep them in top of my closet! The greenery/with berries is a string ,you cut them out. Thank you for your pattern. Ms.Fran

  4. Judy B says:

    Thanks for the bell pattern. I made one with the F and one with the D hook. I love the smaller one. Think I will try one using the size 7 hook. Thanks again. Judy B

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