Hello and welcome to Hobby Point channel. My name is Anastasiya. Today I’d like to continue preparations for Christmas and New Year and suggest we should needle tat such a Xmas wreath. This pattern can be used to make earrings, a brooch, or a pendant. Or it can be used as decorations. I hope you’ll enjoy the tutorial and I’ll see your Likes below. And if this is your first time on my channel don’t forget to subscribe and click Bell button to get notifications about my new videos. The list of all the required supplies along with the link to the PDF pattern are in the video description below. To make the 1st ring, tat 5 stitches, a picot, 3 stitches, a picot, 5 stitches. If you don’t know yet how to make a double stitch, a picot, a ring or a chain, you can watch a detailed lesson on this topic on my channel. There’s a link to it at the top right corner or in the video description. Make small picots, about 3-4 mm. Close the ring. Reverse your work and tie a knot. Now let’s make a chain of 11 stitches. Close the chain, reversing your work. Make another ring, joining it to the 1st one. Make 5 stitches, then make a join, then tat 3 stitches, a picot, 5 stitches. Close the ring, reversing your work. Make another chain of 11 stitches. Tat another ring and join it to the previous one. Keep alternating chains and rings so that you have 5 rings and 5 chains in total. The 6th ring should be joined to the previous ring and to the 1st one. Close the ring, reversing your work. Make the last chain of 11 stitches and join it to the 1st ring. Cut the thread off and hide the ends into the nearby stitches. Our first row is completed. Now we should tat around it. Make a chain of 11 stitches. Pull your thread through the stitches, holding the loop at the beginning of the chain. Take the 1st motif and run your needle under one of the chains. Then run your needle through the loop and close the ring. Tie a knot. Place your needle under the chain, next to the 1st ring and tat 11 stitches. Hold the loop and pull your needle through the stitches. Run your needle through the loop and close the ring as usual. Tie a knot. You should have 2 rings placed around the chain. Now let’s make another chain of 11 stitches. Repeat the 2 rings placing them around the next chain. Keep alternating the chain and 2 rings up to the end of the motif. The last chain of 11 stitches should be joined to the 1st ring. Cut off the thread and hide the ends into the stitches. Now it’s time to run a ribbon under the chain of the 1st row, then around the 2 rings of the 2nd row, and again under the chain of the 1st row. Up to the end of the motif. In the end, you need to pull the ends of your ribbon through one of the rings of the 1st row so that the ribbon ends are next to each other. Then make a small bow. Lightly burn the cut ends of your ribbon. That’s it, our Christmas wreath is ready. I hope you’ve enjoyed the video! If it’s so, I’ll be glad to see your Likes and Comments down below the video.