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A Christmas Bauble Per Month – Crochet Challenge!

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      "A Christmas Bauble Per Month" - Welcome to my Crochet Class!

      4:45

    • 2.

      Christmas Bauble - Materials & Tools

      3:23

    • 3.

      Tips & Tricks

      4:40

    • 4.

      Crochet Nomenclatures & Pattern Reading

      4:39

    • 5.

      Christmas Bauble - Crochet Main Body

      45:36

    • 6.

      Christmas Bauble - Crochet Topper

      14:37

    • 7.

      Christmas Bauble - Sewing Topper to Main Body

      3:43

    • 8.

      Felt Holly Christmas Decoration

      10:51

    • 9.

      Snowflake Embroidery Decoration

      5:55

    • 10.

      Bells, Buttons & Mini Holly Decorations

      10:33

    • 11.

      Share photos! Thank you for watching!

      0:58

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About This Class

If you are like me and love Christmas, why don’t you try and make every month one Christmas Crochet Bauble for your Christmas tree? This way, when December arrives, you don’t need to rush making the decorations and all the handmade presents! Let´s learn how to crochet a Christmas ball, and have a “Crochet a Long”, during all year!

Sometimes life can be very busy and overwhelming. I wanted to have an easy crochet project to make every month, to keep a crafting routine. So, I came up with this idea!!! Let me crochet a simple and cute Christmas decoration per month! I did not want to set an impossible goal. I wanted something that could bring me a sense of achievement and pure joy!

This class is for everyone that is passionate about textiles and a crafty cozy life! You don´t need to have any prior knowledge required to attend the class, but it helps if you already know how to do a single crochet! I tried to make the class very friendly and detailed for complete begginers!

This Crochet Class will teach you the following skills & techniques:

  • Different Crochet Nomenclatures;
  • How to read a Crochet Pattern;
  • How to make the Single Crochet Stitch, one of the basic stiches in crochet;
  • How to start crochet using the Magic Ring technique;
  • How to place the stitch marker and how to count the stitches;
  • How to make increases and decreases, to create the shape you need;
  • How to make a Single Crochet in the Back Loop;
  • How to sew both pieces together
  • Hand embroidery – Back Stitch & French Knot.

In the section of Materials & Tools, you will have everything that you need. Some of the materials are just suggestions, depending on the decorations you want to add, once you finish to crochet your bauble. But the most important things to have are:

  • 2 different yarns
    • Yarn for bauble (thicker)
    • Yarn for topper
    • the yarn can be an acrylic or a natural fiber, as you prefer;
  • 2 crochet hooks (one bigger than the other, according to the yarn you choose). Recommended hook for beginners is a 4mm hook, for the main body of the bauble. The other should be a smaller hook for the topper.
  • Stuffing material (you can buy a cheap pillow and use its stuffing material!);
  • A stitch marker;
  • Tapestry / wool needle;
  • Scissors.

Other optional materials & tools for decorating your bauble:

  • Embroidery needle
  • Embroidery floss
  • Beads
  • Bells
  • Buttons
  • Felt (green if you want to make a holly leaf)
  • Glue gun
  • Any decorations you would like to add!!!

You can also find a video with some "Tips and Tricks", regarding how to count the stitches, how to use the stitch marker, how to keep yourself organized, and how to position the crochet hook.

For this class you can find attached some documents to support your learning:

  • A document about the "Crochet Nomenclatures" (we will be using the US Nomenclature);
  • A document with the "Crochet Pattern Instructions";
  • A document with some "Tips & Tricks";
  • A document to "Keep Track" of your work;
  • A document with a “Timeline”  for each row of the crochet pattern, in case you want to jump and watch a specific section of the pattern!
  • A document with a Template for a Holly Leaf;
  • List of Materials (in case you need to go shopping, you can have a shopping list!)

Let’s learn a new skill while making something very special for our tree!

Thank you for watching my class! It would be amazing if you could review this class! That will help me to continue to produce more classes and better ones :)

Make a Christmas bauble every month, take a photo and please upload it on the class project gallery!

Let´s share and be inspired all year along!

Merry Christmas and Happy & Joyful Makings!!!

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1. "A Christmas Bauble Per Month" - Welcome to my Crochet Class!: Hello beautiful makers. Welcome to my Skillshare class. My name is Vania, and that will be your teacher. I'm from Portugal, but I live in Abu Dhabi. I learned to need to do crochet and so with my sweet grandma. And I'm so proud that these skills will be with me forever. Every time I do some meeting, Crochet, Sewing, I'll always remember my grandma. My, the way my grandma's name is, I wasn't developed a lot of classes, textiles related for adults and kids. And today, I'll deliver you this class. If you are passionate about Christmas, you are in the right place. Why don't you try and make every month one Christmas decoration for your Christmas tree, like these cute Christmas ball. This way when December arrives, you don't need to rush making all the Christmas tree decorations and all the handmade presents. So join me to make every month one Christmas decoration for your tree. This is your crochet month with Challenge. Christmas can be whenever we want, right? So we can celebrate a little bit of Christmas every month. In this class, you are going to learn how to crochet a Christmas bauble. This is a very friendly project for a complete beginner. So don't worry, if you don't know how to crochet. We will start with the Main body of the bauble and then we will do the Topper to hand the bauble and then also teach you how to sell Together the Topper to the main body of your bauble. And Indian is some ideas, some little extra tips to decorate and make your Baubles more Christmassy. The Christmas decorations are only suggestions. You can just surprised me. We new ideas and inspire each other. So that's the goal and to post each month one photo of your Christmas Bauble. This class, the main stitch that you are going to use is just the Single Crochet. I will teach you how to make the Single Crochet in a very easy and friendly way if you have never done it before. Might also want to check my previous class on granny squares, where I go through all the grocery stitches and you can practice each of the main basic crochet stitches or this class, it will only be Single Crochet. You will also learn how to start your project by using the Magic Ring technique. You will learn how to place the stitch marker and count the stitches all around your Round. You will also learn how to make increases. And now to make decreases. The increases and decreases will allow you to create the shape that you want. I'll also go through the Crochet Nomenclatures and how to read the pattern and keep yourself organized. In the class project page, you will find attached the Crochet Nomenclatures document, a document with the Tips, and also the document with the Pattern Instructions. You can also find a document to Keep Track of your work. I also created show notes where you can find a Timeline for each section of the project off the pattern. So if you want to review a specific section, you don't need to watch everything. You can jump straight away to the part that you want to check. Are you ready for this class and for this challenge? Let's have some FUN together and spread the joy of Christmas all year long. Seaweed, my class, Bye 2. Christmas Bauble - Materials & Tools : For this class, you will need some yarn. You can choose any yarn you want. You will need one for the main body of the bauble. And you'd need another one. For the top of the bauble. You will need one for this main part and the other one for the top. Make sure that these wanting to talk is less thick than the other one. This one here, you can see on the label of your yarn which size of the needles It's recommended. Here they recommended a 3.43, 0.5 size because I want a bigger bubble. I don't mind using a four millimeter hook. So I have here my formula meter hook. I have this one here. Also we the label. And I'm going to use a to 0.75 millimeter hook. Make sure that you just choose your hooks according to the yarn that you are going to work. Wheat. It doesn't need to be the same as me. Then you are going to need pair of scissors, a stitch, marker. You can use something like these, are like these ones. You can also use some embroidery thread. If you want to do some decorations in your final Christmas Bauble. You can also have some bells to decorate. You can also have some cute Decorations to stitch into your bauble. Or you can have pompoms. You will need the Stuffing material. These one, you can just buy stuffing material in bulk. Or if you want, you can buy very cheap pillow and use the material inside to staff the Christmas Bauble. You will need an Embroidery needle. If you want. You can use some beads in any colors that you want to decorate. You might also want to use some buttons for the decorations. And you will need some normal cotton trade. In case you are not varying too and Sewing and stitching. You can use a Glue gun to attach the decorations to your Christmas Bauble. Depending on the decorations you want to do, You might also need to use some Felt, green felt to make the holly leaves. Some green embroidery thread and a fabric scissors to cut the Felt. You might also need to find some beautiful red beads like these ones. To complete your Holly Decoration. Feel free to grab felt in other colors depending on your ideas for today, zines to decorate your Christmas Baubles. Grab all your tools and materials, and let's get started. 3. Tips & Tricks: As I always say in my classes, it's always good to keep the labels of your Yarn. Don't throw them away. And you can even get a little sample of the yarn and put some tape and keep them in a diary. So you always know the yarn that you use and its characteristics. The labels are very important for you to see the hook size there is recommended. This is a recommendation. Of course, if you use a bigger or smaller hook, depending on the yarn that you are using, you can end with a bigger project if you use a bigger hook or a smaller project. If you use a smaller hook, because we are doing a Christmas Bauble this size, I think, at least for me, is not very important. In case you are doing something to where that is important, the size of the hook, and you need to make a sample to check the size. A fixed, correct. Because you need a good fitting for you to wear a garment. But this is just a decoration. I think it will be okay if you have a bigger bubble or a smaller bubble, depending on the size of the hook and on the yarn that you use. Another tip to keep yourself organized is to have a meeting or Crochet diary. You can have any note book. I bought this beautiful wanting in acute shopping Aberdeen. And I just love it. I'm trying I'm still figuring out how to organize myself. I like to write the name of the pattern that I'm doing. The date of the cast on a when I have the finished object, the hook that I'm using an I write the name of the yarn and then I place the label information. And I put a little bit of the yarn and I've put with some tape. So I have here the inflammation. That way. I keep everything in place and it's really useful if one year later I want to check which screen I used, on which hook I used. It's always good to keep track. Another important thing is always keep track of the stitches in the end of each row. For example, if you see that in row number three, we need to have 28 stitches. You just need to count the stitches until you reach the stitch marker. To make sure that you have to 28. To count the stitches, you just need to count the number of these. Here we have one V. Can you see that the trade is drawing a V then to Vinny's 3456789 and finally ten. So we have ten, Wi's. Always remember the stitch marker marks the first stitch of each row. Every time you finish the row, it means that you reached again the stitch marker and you need to remove it to start a new Round. When you start a new round, you place it again in the first stitch of that row. Another important tip when you're doing crochet is the position of these part of the hook. So this is called the throat of the hook, this groove here. And when you are working, it needs to face you. It shouldn't be facing backwards. It should be facing you. I hope these are good tips for you. You can also find a document with these tips in the class page. If you have any teeth that you think it should be added, please don't hesitate and send me a message so we can improve the class materials. But I think these ones are the main tips that I keep in mind every time I'm doing a crochet project, Let's continue our class. And I've been doing our Christmas bubbles 4. Crochet Nomenclatures & Pattern Reading: Let's go to the Crochet Nomenclatures. As I said in my previous class, there are different Nomenclatures. You can find US or UK Nomenclatures. And usually when you start reading a pattern, that pattern should say in which Nomenclature it is written. The one that I'm going to teach you in this class is the us Nomenclature. It can be a little bit confusing, but don't worry with these information here. You have everything you need. In this class. We're going to use just single crochet, that's the abbreviation is S. If these pattern was written using the UK Nomenclature, the Single Crochet would be named a double crochet. With this chart, you can always translate from one to another nomenklatura. I also uploaded the pattern for you and I tried to write the instructions as easy as possible to follow. The pattern starts saying that we have the us Nomenclature and we have the abbreviations. The main thing to have in consideration is that the S C is the single crochet and we are working in roles. You can see here, we will start by doing the Magic Ring. And in the end of the Magic Ring, we will have seven stitches. We just keep following row number 12345 until we finish. And we need to make sure that in the end of each round we have those number of stitches to make sure that our pattern is correct. Every time you see these information, the information that is written between the stars means that you need to repeat that information. For example, here, in row number two, in-between the stars, we have one single crochet and one increase ink. I-n-c means increase means to do two single crochets inside the same stitch off the previous rounds. And I will explain that better when we are doing the project. Don't worry, you just need to know now that ink is increase in row number two, what we need to do is we need to repeat one single crochet and one increase. And then again do one single crochet, wanting one single crochet, one increase until we finish the row and we have a total of 21 stitches. That's how we read the pattern. These are the main things that you need to know about reading the pattern. As we go through the project, you will become more comfortable reading it and you will understand it better. I really hope the pattern is clear. And please, if you see that there is something that is not very clear, just send me a message and I can make it better. Now that we have gone through the pattern. I also added in case you want to keep track. I did a document where you can keep track of your progress. The challenge that I set for myself is each month to do one Christmas Bauble. Because sometimes we are very busy and we don't have a lot of time for our crafting life. And I think doing just one Bauble, it's doable and it will give us a sense of achievement. When Christmas arrives, for each month, you have the numbers of rows that you need to go through until you finish the bauble. These are for the main part of the bauble. And these ones are the rows for the top part of the bauble. You just need to keep these two papers while you are doing your work. And as you finish one round, you just might mark a tick saying that you finish that row. By doing that, if you stop working on your project in the next day, you will always know where you left your project and you will not have any mistakes. Don't feel any pressure with this chart. This is for you to keep a sense of achievement and keep yourself organized. All your feedback is really important and thank you so much for watching my class. 5. Christmas Bauble - Crochet Main Body: Let's start to Magic Ring by wrapping around the yarn around your fingers. By doing it next. Again, like that. Grab your hook. And let's insert to hook underneath the first leg of the X. And the grabbed the second leg and pass it underneath like that. Now let's do a yarn over and pull through the loop. Now we can take your fingers and we have Ring. To make it easier to work. You can pull the thread, the end of the yarn that is not connected to the ball. You can pull it to reduce the size of the ring. So it will be easier for you to hold it. Now we need to do seven Single Crochet is inside the ring as Per Pattern Instructions, Let's go inside the ring, yarn over and pull the yarn through the ring. We have two loops. Now we are now over and we pull through two. Let's do again. Go inside the ring, yarn over and pull the yarn through the ring. We have two loops, yarn over again and pull through the tool. We have two single crochets. We need 734567. So we have seven Single Crochet is all done inside the Magic Ring. The next step, close the Magic Ring by pulling the end of the yarn. So we pull it and as we pull during will magically disappear. That's why it's called the Magic Ring. And now we need to start Round number one by finding the first VII of the previous round. This part might be a bit tricky. Can you see there that we have a V? This is the first VII of the previous round. So let's insert our hook underneath both legs of our first V. Now that we have grabbed both legs off our feet, we need to do a single crochet here. We are now over. We pull the yarn through the V. We have two loops. We yarn over and we pull again through both loops. And we just did the first single crochet. Now, grab the stitch marker to place it where you have done your first Single Crochet. So you don't lose track of what you're doing. Here is our first V. And we're going to place stitch marker grabbing both legs of our V. Now we know this is the first stitch of round number one. Let me explain with the diagram the increase. We had the Magic Ring, right? And we did seven. Single Crochet is around the Magic Ring, 12345677 single crochet. Now, to do an increase, what we need to do is we use the previous single crochet from the previous rounds. And we need to do, on top of these one, we need to do two single crochets. Then we move to the next V, and we go and do two single crochets. And again, we move to the next one and do to, do, to, do to and to. What we're doing is we are transforming one single crochet into two single crochets. I hope with these drawing that it makes sense Are we do the increases. Because we are doing the increase. It means that we need to go again inside the same V of the previous round. We go again underneath the same very grab both legs of the V. Yarn over, pull the yarn through the V. We have two loops. Yarn over, pull through two. So we have just done another single crochet. We did two single crochets inside the same V of the previous round, and now we move into the next V. So the next V, you can see that it's this one here. Can you see both legs? Yarn over, pull the yarn through the V, yarn over, pull through two. We did one single crochet. And now again we go inside the same V yarn over, pull through the V yarn over, pull through the tools. We just did another increase in the next stitch. And now we just need to go around. And in each V, we are going to do two single crochets. By the end, we will make seven increases. We will have a total of 14 stitches. Now I reach the stitch marker, so I'm going to remove the stitch marker. To start the next round. I remove the stitch marker and I'm gonna do the first single crochet in that way where the stitch marker was previously. Yarn over, pull the yarn through the V is two loops, yarn over, pull through the tool. And I'm going to grab again the stitch marker, and I will place it in the first stitch or frown number two. Let's say this is Round number one. And we have the Single Crochet is that we have done right? And basically the instructions for row number two is that we need to do first one single crochet. So we do one single crochet on top of the Single Crochet of the previous round. And then we do one increase. It means that we need to do two single crochets in top of the next three. Then we do again just one single crochet in top of the next three. And again, we move to two single crochets. We keep alternating. One single crochet, two in the same V. One single crochet, two in the same V until we reach the end of our row, until we reach the marker. I did one single crochet. Now I need to move to the next one and due to inside the same V. So the next week is this one here. Can you see the legs? I'm going to do one increase here. Yarn over, pull the yarn to the yarn over, pull through two. Again, because it's an increase. I'm gonna go inside the same V again, under both legs of the V, yarn over, pull the yarn through the V. We have two loops, yarn over and pull to the tulips. And I just need one increase. Now, I'm going to move to the next V, These one here, I'm gonna do one single crochet, one single crochet. Grab both legs of the V yarn over, pull the yarn through the V yarn over and pull to the tulips. And now I keep alternating in the next V I need to do to Single Crochet. So one increase, I'll go underneath bootlegs of three. Yarn over, pull through, yarn over, pull through both loops. I did one single crochet. Again. I'm gonna go again inside the same V, yarn over, pull the yarn through the V and over and pull through the tubes. I just need one increase in row number two. We just need to keep repeating one single crochet. Then in the next week, we do two single crochets in the same again inside the assembly. And we do. And then we move to the next week and we do one single crochet. And then again in the next week, we are gonna do an increase. So two single crochets into the same way. Just keep repeating this pattern. One, doing the same. You can see that I'm in the last V before the stitch marker, and I'm gonna do two in the same way. And then round number two is finished. By the end of row number two, we should have 21 stitches. You can just go around and count how many V's. We should have 21 VCE up. I'm just going to check mine also check yours. 21. Yes. Now we're ready to round number three. Let's think now about row number three We have here row number two. We have done before. Round number three, the instructions says that we need to do one single crochet. This is randomly tree. So we do one single crochet, then we do again another single crochet. Then we do want increase. So we do in the same one single crochet in the previous single crochet, another single crochet in the previous single crochet. And then we do want increase to single crochet using the same. And then you just need to keep repeating that. You need one single crochet, one single crochet. And then to, in the same, Let's grab our hook. Let's remove the stitch marker from our first stitch. And let's start Round number three. So this is the first week. We are gonna go underneath both legs off the V and we do one single crochet. So yarn over, pull the yarn to Lizzy. You have to yarn over, pull through two. Again, grabbed the stitch marker, and let's mark the first stitch, round number three. And now we do, so we did one single crochet. Now we move to the next V and do another single crochet. Then we need to do an increase. So in the next week, we need to do to in the same. So I did one and now I'll go again inside the same increase. Now I moved to the next three, the next phase here. And I don't want single crochet. Then I moved into the next V and I do another single crochet. Then I need to do in the next week too, in the same. So I need to do the increase. Go and do one. And then I go inside the game, the first one, and I do the second one. Just keep repeating. One single crochet and then another single crochet in the next one. And then you do to in the same. Keep repeating that until you reach the end, until you reach your stitch marker. And by the end, you should count the stitches and you should have 28 stitches. Now, I reached stitch marker and let's move to the next round, round number four. Let's check our Pattern Instructions. So we just do the row number three. We have all our row number three. And now we're gonna do row number four. In row number four, it says that we need to do one single crochet. So we do one on top of these one. Another Single Crochet on top of that one. Another Single Crochet on top of that one. So we do tree single crochet to each V. Then we need to do one increase. We need to do two single crochets in the same V of the previous rounds. And then you keep repeating that. You do 123 and then show in the same, I'm sorry if my drawing skills are not the best ones, but I hope these help you understand how to do the increases. Let's grab our move the stitch marker and let's do the first single crochet. Here. You see there we do one single crochet. And we grab our stitch marker and we are going to place our first stitch from Round number four. So we move to the next V and we do the second single crochet. And then we move to the next week. There's one here. And we do the third single crochet. Then we need to do an increase. In the next view we need to do doing the same. So we go inside. You have two loops, yarn over, pull through two. And then again we go inside the same V. We do the second one. We just did 123 single crochet and then two in the same. And keep repeating that until you reach the end of the rope. Now you can see that I'm in the last stitch of round number four and I need to do to increases in here in the last one. And then go again inside the same V. The last one And just count the stitches around and we should have 35 stitches. I think for now you can see a pattern that each round we are going to do one extra single crochet, and then we do an increase in row number two. We did one single crochet, one increase. Once you will crochet one increase, right? In row number three. We did, instead of one, we did two single crochets. One increase in row number four. We did three single crochets and then wanted to increase. Now if you check your pattern for row number five, it says that we need to do for single crochet and then one increase. So basically this is Round number four. In row number five, we need to do for Single Crochet, one to 34 on top of each of the previous single crochet, and then two in the same. Then we repeat 1,234.2 in the same. By doing that, we are increasing the size of our Christmas Bauble. We are building the bottom of our bauble. Round number five, we remove the stitch marker. And let's do the first Single Crochet. In the first week. Let's grab the stitch marker and mark our first stitch from Round number five. Let's go to the next V here and do another single crochet. Then let's move to the next 13 crochet. Then let's move to the next one, this one here. And let's do before single crochet. Now, we need to do one increase, so two inside these one here. So let's do the first one. And then again go inside the same and do this second one. Now keep repeating that 1234. And now we need to do two single crochets into the same one to keep just repeating this until you reach the stitch marker. I'll meet you there. I just reached the stitch marker and we have 42 single crochets. Let's now move to round number six, where we remove the stitch marker. We need to do five single crochet. Let's do the first one into the first three. This one here. Let's place the stitch marker to mark the beginning of round number six. We did one. We need four more. 11234, we need another 15 single crochets into each V of previous round. And now we move to the next week. And we need to do an increase. We need to do to in the same, right? The first one and go again inside the same way and do the second one. Again. Let's do five more. And then to win the same one. For now, we're gonna do the next one in the same. Now, just repeat that until you reach the stitch marker. Now let's start Round number seven, rule number seven, we will remove our stitch marker and row number seven. The instructions are to make C-C single crochet. Let's do the first one will go into the first week. I'll pay in the first one is done. One. Then we go into the next V here 2 345-612-3456 V's. And now we're gonna do into the next week, we are gonna do one increase SO2 in the same one, then again, another one in the same. And we will keep repeating C-C single crochets. One increase that will meet you in the end of this row. When you reach the stitch marker. Bind the end of row seven, we should have 56 stitches. We are ready to move to round number eight. Let's remove our stitch marker and insert your hook inside the loop. The Dred to make it tighter. And then we are going to do in row number eight, we need to do seven Single Crochet. This is the first week. Here. You can see we will do one single crochet. Let's put this teach marker here, marking the first stitch. We need to continue until we have seven single crochets, 1234671 in each of the Single Crochet is of the previous round. And then in the next one, these one here, we need to do to inside the same 12. And now let's continue and repeat. Let's do seven again. Now I'm moving to the next one, and I will do this one. Let's repeat that. I will see you in the end of these row. I just finished around eight and I add 63 stitches around. For the next eight rows, we just need to do one single crochet in each of the stitches. So we'll just go around and around The Round eight times that we need to replace the stitch marker at times to grow our piece. So basically, this is just like that. And now we just need to make it grow taller. So then we can start doing the decreases for the top. In the end of row number eight, we will remove the stitch marker. You Single Crochet in the first V of round number nine. Now, one single crochet. In each stage. One Single Crochet. No need for more increases. We just do one on top of each Single Crochet of the previous round. I'm finishing round number nine. I'll remove the stitch marker. I've done all my 63 single crochets. And now I will start Round number ten. I will do the first Single Crochet. I will place the stitch marker. And I will continue doing one single crochet all around. In each Single Crochet of the previous rounds. Keep repeating the same until we finish row 16. Then on row 17, we will start doing the decreases. Pause the video, and I will meet you in the end of row, 168 rows later we will have something like this. Don't forget to grab some coffee or tea because Crochet always asks for a coffee or tea. You can see that we already have the walls of our bubble growing. Now we're ready to learn the decreases starting on Round 17. Our first decreased starting row 17. And let's go through the schematics of what does it mean to do adequate. Here, we have our row 16 with all the V stitches that we have done. And now we're gonna do row 17. The instructions are to make seven single crochets, one on top of each of the V's. From the previous round. We will do one Single Crochet in top of the previous single crochet, 2345671, single crochet on top of each V from the previous round. And then the instructions say that we need to do a decrease. And basically what we need to do is we need to transform these two V's from row 16 into one V. So we just transform two into one. We did a decrease. Then we start again doing 1234567, single crochet, and then we do another decrease. Keep alternating seven single crochets and one decrease. That's what it means to do a decrease. Now we now are piece. Let's remove the stitch marker. And I'm gonna do the first Single Crochet. In the first thing. I did one, I place the stitch marker. And now I'm gonna do six more. 2, 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 7, V7 single crochets on top of each single crochet from the previous round. And now I'm going to transform these two next VCE, one and that one. I'm going to transform them into one V. I'm gonna do a decrease. I'm gonna grab the back leg of the first V. This is the, just the back leg. Here. I yarn over, pull the yarn through the back leg, and I have to whoops. Then I move into the next V and I grab both legs. Of the next week. I yarn over and pull the yarn through both legs. And now I have three loops on my hook. And now I yarn over, pull through all the three loops. I just did a decrease. I transformed to stitches into one. And I'm going to do again seven Single Crochet, 1234567. And again, another decrease. Grabbed the back leg of the V, yarn over, pull through that back leg. Now, moving to the next V and grab both legs of the V. Yarn over, pull through both legs. We have three, whoops. Yarn over, pull through all of the three loops. We just need to keep repeating seven single crochets. One decrease until we reach the end of The Round and our stitch marker. I will meet you there. Now. I mean the end of the row, row 17, and I have my last two stitches and I'm gonna do the last decrease back leg, yarn over, pull through the back leg and then grab both legs of the next week. Yarn over, pull to both legs. I have three loops, yarn over, pull through all the three. Now we need to start row number 18. And in row number 18, they tell you to start with six single crochets. So we remove the stitch marker. And let's do seek single crochets. One single crochet. Let's place the stitch marker. Now let's continue six single crochet, 23456. And now we're ready to do again a decrease. Grab the back leg, yarn over, pull through the back leg, move into the next V and grab both legs of the V, yarn over, pull through both legs off the V. We have three loops in our hook, yarn over and pull through all three loops. Now we're gonna do six Single Crochet is now one decrease Just keep repeating this until the end of round aching. I will see you there. I'm gonna do the last decrease Round. And now I'm going to start Round 19. Remove the stitch marker. Do the first single crochet and place again the stitch marker. And row 19, you need to do five Single Crochet and one decreases. So I already did 12345 snow crochet. Now, I'm going to transform the next two stitches into one lab. The first, the back leg of the first three. Then go under both legs of the next three, yarn over, pull through the V. We have three loops here, Nova and photo of them. And now we do again five single crochet. And then another degrees. And just keep repeating. Five Single Crochet decrease until you reach the end of row 19. I just finished Round 19. I'm going to remove the stitch marker. And on row 20, we need to do for Single Crochet. So I'm going to start the first Single Crochet. Place again the stitch marker to mark our first stitch, the beginning of round 20. And now I'm gonna do the second Single Crochet, 1234. And now that I did the force single crochet, our pattern says that we need to do one degrees. Let's find the next V here, the back leg. The next week, grab both legs, then yarn over and over. And now let's do for single crochet. Now another decrease. Again for Single Crochet. Pause the video and I will meet you in the beginning of round 21. I just started the first Single Crochet of round 21 and I already placed the stitch marker. And as you can see, because we are doing the decreases, are Christmas Bauble is taking shape. Continuing in round 21, we need to do three Single Crochet is I already did one. I'm gonna do the second one. And now I'm gonna do to decrease. Now tree single crochets again. And then other decrease. You can pause your video. And I will meet you in the beginning of around 22. Around 22, we need to do two single crochets. I already have done one. I will do the second one. Then we need to do a decrease. And again, I will do two single crochets. One degrees And you just keep repeating that tells me to do 12. And then I think we will meet you now at the beginning of around 23. To start Round 23, we need to do one single crochet as the pattern. Since we place the stitch marker. Then we need to do one, decrease. The back leg here. Then grab both legs of the next yarn over to all of them. Now we keep alternating one single crochet. Read one decrease. I think at this point, we for you and Round 23, you can grab the Stuffing material and we will start stuffing our Christmas Bauble. So it will be easier for us to finish around, wrap the Stuffing material, and let's just putting inside our Christmas Bauble. You will be quite surprised with the amount of Stuffing that you can place it inside. It's taking shape. And now I'm just going to continue with the pattern of Round 23. That is doing one single crochet. One decrease, one single crochet. Then one decrease another single crochet. And one decrease single crochet. And then other degrees. Maybe Toby, easier for you to manage if you don't put a lot of stuffing. And then you will feel in the end you will put the rest. One more single crochet. Now the last decrease of round 23. And now we are here in rounds 24. We removed the stitch marker. And row 24, we need to do seven decreases. Basically, we are just, I removed the stitch marker and we just need to do decreases around. I'm going to grab the first V, The back leg of the V, yarn over, pull through the back leg of the V. Then I'm going to grab both legs of the next yarn over, pull through both legs of DV. We have three, whoops, yarn over, pull through all three and I just did the first decrease. And I'm going to put the stitch marker here. So I know that this one is my first degrees. And I'm just going to go around just did the second one. Third decrease. That will meet you in the end of this row. Before we finish round 24. You can see that we have here to these, these two V's to do the last decrease. Let's just insert the rest of the Stuffing that we want. Once you are happy with the Stuffing, You just need to do the last decrease. I'm just going to grab the last two stitches and do decrease. And I'm going to pass these one inside the loop. You see, and we're going to pool. Now, you can take the stitch marker. And at this point you can reshape better your bauble. And now we need to even these ends. And for that, we're going to grab our wool needle, or you can use a tapestry needle. And basically what we need to do is we need to go around. And let's grab the back leg of each V. C, just going to go around grabbing the back leg of a tree. And as you pull, you will see that the whole will close. You just pull it. And then once you can do is you can just insert your needle inside the bubble and go out nanny place. Let, and then you just cut the thread. And we have our Christmas Bauble almost done? 6. Christmas Bauble - Crochet Topper: The second part of our project is to make the Topper for our Christmas Bauble. For these parts, you can use any yarn you would like. I recommend that you only choose a less thick yarn compared to the one that you use for the body of your bauble. I really like these shiny one. And at the beginning, I was thinking to do the class with this one. But because it's so shiny, it's really tricky to have a good-quality image of the stitches individual. I'm just going to show you how to make the Topper by using these acrylic yarn that I have. But feel free to play around with any yarn that you would like to grab the instructions of your pattern. And let's start by doing the Magic Ring. Again. We will wrap around the yarn, around our fingers, making an X. Then we are going to go and with our hook, I'm going to use a smaller crochet hook because it's elastic yarn. I'm gonna go underneath this leg of the X, grab the other one, and pull it through. Now I just need to do a yarn over. So wrap your yarn around your hook and let's pull through the loop. You can take your fingers. When we have our Ring done. If you want to make it easier for you to work, you can pull these end to make the ring smaller and it will be easier for you to hold it and to work. The instructions says that we need to do seven single crochet using the Magic Ring. So let's start and insert our hook inside the ring, yarn over. So grab the yarn and pull the yarn through the ring. We have two loops in our hook. Now, we yarn over again and pull the yarn through both loops. And we just did the first single crochet. Now let's do the second one again. Go inside the ring, yarn over and pull the yarn through the ring. We have to loops yarn over, pull through both. Now we need to do five more. So now I have all my seven single crochets. Then inside the Magic Ring. If you pull, the Ring will start closing. Let's start row number one. We need to find the first way to start row number one, year. He's the first thing. You can see one leg, two legs off the vein. We need to insert our hook underneath that tree. Here. Yarn over, pull through the LEA. We have two loops. Yarn over, pull through both. We just did one single crochet. And now I'm going to place the stitch marker in the first stitch we just done. And now we know that this one is the first stitch of round number two, sorry, PRO number one. The pattern says to do one increase in each stage. So we need to go again inside the same way, inside the singly. And we're gonna do the second single crochet. Inside that V. The increases will be the same as we did for the main body of our bauble. Now we move to the next single crochet and we're gonna do an increase inside these next V. We go here. We yarn over, pull through, yarn over, pull through two. We have done the first single crochet and we go again inside the same and we do the increase. And now we move to the next one. Next week, we will do the same. Now we move to the next one. We keep doing one increase in each of our VCE. Until we reach the stitch marker. When we reach the stitch marker, we should have 14 stiches, 14 weeks. Let's come to stitches. 123-45-6789, 101-112-1314. So now we can start Round number two In row number two, the instructions to do two single crochets and then one increases. And keep repeating that until we have to last Single Crochet is to do in the end of the rule. Let's remove the stitch marker. And we need to do the first Single Crochet. Place the stitch marker. So we always know where is the beginning of our row. Now, we move to the next V. And we do the second Single Crochet. We just did two single crochets. And now the pattern says to do one increase in the next Single Crochet. In the next V. Here, we need to do two single crochets. Yarn over, pull the yarn through, yarn over, pull through both. And again, let's do the increase again in, into the same V. Yarn over, pull through, yarn over, pull through both loops. Okay? And we just did increase. Now we move to the next V, These one here, here. And we do one single crochet, one single crochet also in the next V. And let's do an increase in the next one. So two single crochets inside the same. One, single crochet in the next. One, single crochet in the next. And then two single crochets in the same. Now, one single crochet in the next, another single crochet in the next, and then two single crochets in the same. And finally, we just have to stitches left, two V's left, and we just need to do one single crochet in each one. Then the last one. We just finished round number two. By the end of round number two, we should have 18 stitches. All The Round round number tree we need to start removing the stitch marker. Will do the first stage, the first Single Crochet of round number three. And basically what we need to do, Let's just place the stitch marker. We just need to do one single crochet in each stitch. All around. We will do a single crochets. Just go around, grab both legs off the V, and just do a single crochet. You can pause the video and I will meet you in the end of row three. We, the Single Crochet. I just reached the end of row number three. The instructions access to do one single crochet in the Back Loop of the next stitch all around. What does it mean by the Back Loop? The Back Loop is the back leg of the V. Here we have our first week. These one here is the front leg and that one there is the back leg. We just need to grab the back leg to do the Single Crochet. Instead of grabbing both legs of the VE. Until now, we have been grabbing both legs off the V, but now we just need to grab the Back one here. So let's remove the stitch marker. Let's start Round number for my inserting our hook in the back leg of the V. Not like these one. Just using the back leg. Yarn over, pull the yarn through that back leg. We have to yarn over, pull through two loops. We just did the first Single Crochet, place the stitch marker there. We just did the first single crochet inside the back leg of our stitch. Now let's do a single crochet in each stitch just by using the back leg. You can pause the video and I will meet you when we finish these Round. For the last round, we just need to do a single crochet in each stage. Let's remove the stitch marker and do the first Single Crochet. But this time is not in the Back Loop, is just grabbing both legs of the V, just a normal single crochet as we have been doing for all these project. Place the stitch marker, so it places the first one and then just keep doing Single Crochet, all around. 18 single crochet. And I will meet you in the end of row number five. Pause your video. I reached the end of my row. I just need to do this sleep stitch to close my work. And for that, we are going to remove the stitch marker. And to make the slip stitch, we are going to go with our hook and their needs. The V, where the stitch marker was before, we yarn over. And we pull the yarn all way through that V and through our loop. And that's it. We grabbed our Scissors. We cut the yarn. And we need to pass the trend inside that loop and pull. And we have just done our Topper. You can clearly see that there was where we did the Single Crochet in the back leg. Let's grab the end of the yarn that is connected to the center of our Magic Ring. These one here. Okay, Let's pull it to close the ring better. And then grab your wool needle or your Tapestry needle. And we are going to pass that yarn in the middle of our ring like that. And now we're gonna go with the other end. We are going to also train the needle. We are going to also pass it inside. And we have both threads passing in the middle of our Magic Ring. Now grabbed both ends and just do a naught. And let's just cut to make them both same size. And we have our topper. Now we just need to put a little bit of stuffing inside and we will sew it on top of our Christmas Bauble. It kinda looks like a tomato. I really wanted to do these color, but for the video, I'm sorry, you can understand very well the stitches. So let's go with a Christmas to make your bauble 7. Christmas Bauble - Sewing Topper to Main Body: Now we need to attach, to sew them together. We can cut a small piece of trends and we can just go here and their needs. And we can do a knot to secure the thread properly. Just like that. You can cut here. Then you grab since stuffing material for this part, you don't need a lot. Just a little beat. Put it inside there. Let's see where we would like our Topper to be. At this point, you can play something just to help you secure the Topper where you would like it to be. We're just going to use our trend to do this teach and the same all around. For that, what we need to do is we need to grab a little leg of the V. And their needs are Topper here. You see, and then you grab a stitch underneath the Topper in the red threat. Then you move, you can take the pin and you will grab another green Stitch. And then you go underneath and you grab a red one, green one. And then a red one. You just keep doing that all around. That will meet you when you finish the Sewing part. See you there. I've done this teach all around. And now to finish, I'm just kinda go and grab a green trait. I create a loop, right? And then I'm going to pass the needle inside that loop. To make a note. I can hide it, I can put it inside and just go all way through here. And then I cut. There you go. We have our Topper attached to our Christmas Bauble. While with these two colors, it really looks like a tomato. But we'd some Decorations. It will definitely look like a Christmas Bauble. Just experience and try different yarns. In the next videos, we will go through some ideas to decorate your Baubles. But you can have like snowflakes, you can play speeds, you can do some hand embroidery on the sky is the limit. See you in the next video? 8. Felt Holly Christmas Decoration: Let's think about some ideas for decorating our Christmas bubbles. So when idea is to try and draw a leaf, something like that, then we can use these as a template to cut in a piece of felt. And we have these two beads here that we can use to look like little holly. These ones I bought in Amazon. Very cute. The paper scissors to cut the shape. Let's place the template on top of the Felt. You can use a pink to secure it. If you want. You can draw around the felt or you can just cut straight away by using a fabric scissors. I would cut two of these ones. Now that we have the two leads, we can just use some embroidery thread. Choose the color of the credit you would like. And I'm just grabbing three treads of the Embroidery floss. So we told me a little bit more thick than using just one trend. Trading the needle. Just given not in the end of all the traits we have are not there. Now what I'm gonna do is I'm just going to draw doing a Backstitch. Yeah, I wanted to do like a line in the center. So I'm just going to start from here. To do the Backstitch. I'm going to move forward. Now I'm going to insert my needle up from here. Try and make exactly the same Lint of the previous teach. Pulling the needle up. Now, I need to go down again exactly in the same hole that we use before there. Then we need to move up again. And let's try and do exactly the same size, the same length for the stitch. We go up and then we go down, moving backwards. Again, up and forward. Then come down backwards. And I'm kind of creating the middle, the center of my leaf. Just continue drawing the pattern that you would like. If you want. You can first draw with a pencil or pen and then you just go on top of it. I'm just going freestyle. Now in the bank. I'm just going to do a naught here to secure the Tricks. Now I'm going to do the same in the other leaf. Even not Indians. Let's start going up and down. Then up again. Trying to make the same length. Then down and backwards into the sinkhole. Moving forward and up. Now we have our two weeks and we can just decide how to place them together. Can place these ones, look how cute they will look like. Very cute, right? I want to use these ones here in our tomato. Thinking placing them like that. If we place them here, then the berries, they're, I think it will look really nice. So now let's sew these two felt pieces back here. If you want, if you are not very into Sewing, you can use the Glue gun and put a little bit of glue in the Back and just attach it in the place there that you would like to. I'm going to stitch them together. I'm just going to use embroidery threads. I'm going to do a knot in the Back. And I'll go here. I'm going to grab one leaf and then the second one. And now I'm gonna go down. I can go up again just to secure them properly. And then down again. Grabbing both layers of the Felt. Please sit on the place that I want. That will just grab on the back here some red threads. You see? Now I grabbed the back of the Felt. Like that. Describe a little bit of Felt. You can do it again in the red thread. Then again, grab a little bit of the Felt. And because we create these Loop, you can see the Loop here. Let's go inside the loop. To give you can do that again. Grab the red. We created the loop going inside the loop to give the knots. And that's it. I will use this same trend to attach these cute been very beads. And I'm gonna go and put the needle back in the felt like that. You are going to grab the berries. One very. And I will go down again. Here. And in the Back, I will grab some red thread. Now I'm going to move again up. And now I'm going to grab my secondary. And I'm gonna go down again, grab some red thread and pull the needle. To finalize. We go again and we grabbed the red trend and the Green Belt. We go inside also, the Ring of the Beads. And then again, you can go down. Let's go under all our work. And they are going to do a naught. We're gonna go and grab some red trait. We create the loop. We go inside the loop. And we just made one naught. Let's just do another one. And then we will cut. It's not a tomato anymore. It's looks much better. Now, imagine if you use very shiny metallic thread here on the top. It would look really nice with the simple Decoration. 9. Snowflake Embroidery Decoration: Your'e up. Another example where I can have created a snowflake Embroidery with one beads. And then I put some dots of metallic trend around. And then another snowflake. Going to grab these ones that I've done for my Christmas tree. To start, let's a tiny note in the end of the thread. And now we're going to insert our needle opposite from the side that we want to do our snowflake. And let's grab the needle. In the other side. Let's pull. Our Knot will be either an Indian side. And now we need to do an Embroidery Stitch going down, select how big you would like your snowflake to be. I will say that I will go until I reach here. I want these big and then we need to do the one in the middle. I'm going to insert the needle down here and up where I would like the horizontal part of the snowflake to be. Now I'm gonna do the horizontal part of the snowflake and I'm going to try and make it the same the side year, the same size of the other side. I can see here that I have like 12 crochet stitches. Here. I want to have 12 crochet stitches in the other side. So I need to go down here. And I will put my needle now in the middle of these two parts of the snowflake. And I will pull my needle. Just like now, I'm gonna go down. I want to cross and do these parts. So I will wanted to go inside here. And I want to go up to these other quadrant of the snowflake like this. And now I'm going to pull way. And now I want to go down and do the last side, cross down here. So I wanted to go inside here. And I'm going to put the needle in the middle. And I'm going to pull. And I have my snowflake. Very cute. So now I'm going to grab a bead and I'm just going to pass the beat through the needle. I'm gonna go under and grab all the threads that is passed to make the snowflake. And I will pull, make sure that I'm happy with the place of my beads. So now I just need to do the NADH. So I'm gonna go under again. And I have my Loop created here. And I'm going to pass inside the loop and pull and I just made an OT. I just finished the first snowflake. If you want to do another embroidery design, you can continue with the same trait. For example, I'm going to show you how to make those little dots. I'm going to continue with the same trend. If you don't want to do any more Embroidery after doing the Knot, you can cut thread. But I'm gonna go all way down. And I'm gonna show you. I want to do a little sparkling dots. There. I passed my trade to the place where I want to do the dot. And now we're gonna do the French Knot technique. For that. You grab the trends and make it as straight as possible. You grab your needle, you put your needle close to your trend and you are going to wrap around the trend around your needle. The more times you wrap around the fluffier, it will be the dot. So now that I wrapped around, I'm gonna go all way down. You could move to the next spot if you want to do any other embroidery or if it's the last design that you want to embroider, you can just move the needle all the way to the opposite side. And you just pull. And we just did these cute little dot there. Be creative. And you can do snowflakes and dots. You can just do one with snowflakes, one just with dots. You can mix them together. You can just attach some beads, beads in different colors. Or if you want, you can just leave the bauble. We no decorations like a simple Bauble. It will also look very nice. You can also use some glue in the dark yarn. I've bought one from circle brand. I will put the name here so you can take a look. And that is very cool because every time you switch off the lights, your Christmas tree will be glowing in the dark. It's quite nice. 10. Bells, Buttons & Mini Holly Decorations: Another idea to decorate our Christmas Baubles can be just by using simple Bells. I bought this simple bells on Amazon. You can also find them on craft shops. And I'm just gonna go and grab a cotton thread and I'm going to attach them bells in my Bauble. Put all of them together. I'm gonna give will not. Now I'm going to go and stitch them in my Bravo. I'm just going to grab this, teach a Single Crochet Stitch. And I'm just going to go and pull the trend. And now I'm going to pass the trade inside the bell in the middle there. Then I'm gonna go again and grab the same single crochet stitch. Now I'm going to grab again the same Single Crochet Stitch and make a note. Go inside the loop to make a note. Okay, now I can cut the cotton trade. So simple, but still beautiful and funds. Another idea to decorate your Christmas Bauble is to use cute little Christmas buttons. I bought these ones are Long time ago. I think I bought them online. They're very cute. Just going to rush and button. And I'm gonna go, wait. Some trade. I'm going to insert my needle in the back of the button. Now, I'm going to move from the front to the Back. Again. I'm just going to give a sinful not between these two ends. Now I'm gonna do a second, not just to secure properly trained. Can even do a third one if you want. Now we just need to cut these here. I'm going to choose where I want to place my button here. And I'm just going to grab in the Back a single crochet. Then I'm going to insert the needle in one hole. Now I'm gonna go down the second hall. Again. I'm going to grab the same Single Crochet. The back of the button. Grabbed the trend, wrap around the button. I'm just gonna go here in the Back, grabbed the same single crochet. And let's give a nod. So we create a loop, right? And we just need to insert our needle inside the loop and pull. Let's do that again. We can cut to tread and we have our button attached. Another idea, it's to use some Christmas decorations. These ones I bought on Amazon. And it came a bag full of them. They're really cute. And you can use the Glue gun if you want to glue them in your Christmas Bauble, or you can just use some cotton thread. Give a little, not in the end. You're just going to go in the Back and grab a little bit of the fabric. Let's grab a single crochet in the back of the Decoration. If you just told me one-to-one Decoration, you would just give a Knot. But because I'm going to continue to add some more around, I'm just gonna go and insert the needle inside the Christmas Bauble. And I'm going to go outside where I want to place another Decoration. And I will just keep repeating doing the same. So grab another Decoration I'm gonna go and grab the Single Crochet under the decoration. Then I will do that again. I will just give a nod. I'm going to create the loop. And I'm going to pass the needle inside the loop, give them the Knot. The trends. Again, you can do this using the Glue gun, will calculate these looks like because I'm a very big fan of Mickey Mouse, I thought, well, I can just do like a cute Mickey Mouse decoration. Very subtle in my Bauble. I have these pompoms and I can create a Mickey Mouse head, right? That will be cute. I'm going to use some simple cotton crave to attach it. I just did a not in the end of my trend. I'm just going to grab the end of my Mickey Mouse. Now I'm going to start by attaching the ears. I'm gonna go inside the pompoms. And I'm going to grab one year. And I'm going to go inside here. And then I'm gonna go inside the Main. And I will move to the next side where I want to my ear to be. Now I'm going to grab second year, grab the second pompoms, and I have a team place. See if you are happy with the location of your Mickey Mouse ears. Let's go inside again, the main pompoms, and let's meet the place where we started and we have our Knot. You can see there. Now that we have our Mickey Mouse, we can attach it, so it to our main Bauble, Mickey Mouse Bauble. Let's put it in a place that we would like, like it to me here. And I just gonna go and grab some yarn. Now, I'm gonna grab, begin my pom, pom. I'm going to insert my needle inside my pom pom. I'm gonna go again and grab some trades, Yarn trends in the back of our Mickey Mouse head. Now to end, I just need to give the Knot the back of the Mickey Mouse. And so let's grab a Crochet Stitch and their needs, the Mickey Mouse head. Here. We create that loop here. And we put the needle inside the loop pool. And we have a Mickey Mouse. And I think I've shown you creative techniques to decorate your Christmas Baubles. Now, it's time for you to surprise me. Make your Christmas Baubles, take photos and please post them in our class page. So we can share ideas to decorate more Christmas Baubles. We can have some FUN and enjoy the Christmas spirit all year along. It would mean a lot to me if you could please share those photos and make a review of the class that will help me continue to produce an place more classes on the Skillshare platform. I would really appreciate that. Can't wait to see your creations of PFK-1 and merry Christmas all year along by 11. Share photos! Thank you for watching!: Thank you so much for watching my class. It means a lot to me. It would be great if you could just do a quick review of the class. It would really help me to continue to produce more classes for the Skillshare platform. Don't forget to take photos of your Christmas Baubles and please post the photos on the project gallery for this class. That way we can all inspired each others. I'm sure that that will be inspired with your ideas for the decorations. And I really hope that this class inspires you also. Thank you again. And merry Christmas all year along