Crocheted Jingle Bell Garland

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Today I’m sharing the Crochet Jingle Bell Garland pattern, because you can whip this is in under an hour it’s perfect for last minute Christmas decorations.


I call this a garland but it really can be used for a lot of different things.  You could put it on a tree, a window, wrap a gifts with it, or make a really short one and use it as a bracelet.

You will need :

  • One skein embroidery floss or number 10 crochet thread.
  • metal crochet hook
  • Jingle Bells from

Crochet Jingle Bell Garland Pattern

Place all the bells on the thread before you start chaining.

Chain 30.

Bring one of the bells close to your hook.  Then single crochet around one bell.  Chain 30. Repeat till the end of your embroidery floss.  If you are using crochet thread continue for as long as you want your garland to be.


Of course you can make the garland as long or as short as you would like.  One skein of embroidery floss made a garland long enough for my window.  If you want enough for your tree I would suggest using a roll/skein of crochet thread.


My pattern for snowflake garland can be found on the Darice blog. Both of these work up so quickly and are fun to make. 



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