Saturday, December 13, 2008

Christmas Light Bulb Ornament



By Jocelyn Sass
Light Bulb Ornament is copyrighted by Cute Crochet 2008

You may print it for your personal use, but you may not copy, distribute it, or sell it. You may link to the main page of Cute Crochet from your personal website, if desired at: http://www.cutecrochet.com.

CHRISTMAS LIGHT BULB ORNAMENT

Size: Measures 4-1/2" long

Gauge: 9 sc = 2 inches
4 rows = 1 inch
Materials: Red Heart Super Saver 4-ply worsted weight yarn, 1/2 oz. ea #319 Cherry Red, #324 Bright Yellow OR #672 Spring Green (MC), small amount #412 Silver,
F (3.75mm) hook; ornament hanger; polyester fiberfill; sewing and tapestry needle;

NOTE: Do not join rnds unless indicated. Mark first stitch of each rnd.
SHOWN BEST WHEN MADE IN SEVERAL BRIGHT COLORS AND GROUPED TOGETHER

ORNAMENT BODY

Rnd 1: Starting at bottom of ornament, with MC and F hook, ch 2;
6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. (6).

Rnd 2: Sc in ea sc around. (6).

Rnd 3: (Sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc) around. (9).

Rnd 4: (Sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around. (12).

Rnd 5: (Sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around. (15).

Rnd 6: (Sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around. (18).

Rnd 7: (Sc in next 5 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around. (21).

Rnd 8: (Sc in next 6 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around. (24).

Rnd 9: (Sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around. (30).

Rnds 10-14: Sc in ea sc around. (30).

Rnd 15: (Sc in next 3 sc, dec over next 2 sc) around. (24). Begin stuffing ornament.

Rnd 16: (Sc in next 2 sc, dec over next 2 sc) around. (18).

Rnd 17: Sc in ea sc around. (18). Continue stuffing.

Rnd 18: (Sc in next sc, dec over next 2 sc) around. (12). Finish stuffing ornament.

Rnd 19: (Dec over next 2 sc) around. (6).

Fasten off, leaving length for sewing. Sewing opening closed.

Metal Socket/Plug

Rnd 1: With Silver and F hook, ch 2; 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. (6).

Rnd 2: 2 sc in ea sc around. (12).

Rnd 3: Working in Back Loops only, sc in ea sc around. (12).

Rnd 4: Sc in ea sc around, join with a sl st to first sc.

Fasten off , leaving length for sewing. Stuff socket lightly with a small amount of Silver yarn. and sew to top of light bulb as shown in photo.
Attach ornament hanger.
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14 comments :

vegasangelbrat said...

These are great! Thank you for sharing! I'll be making several to replace some broken glass balls from doggie shanagins..lol At least they can't hurts these.

jocelyn said...

What a great idea! We had to leave glass ornaments off the tree this year because of all the little ones! I am going to remember this for next year!

titus2woman said...

OH THANK YOU! This is sooooo cute!!!! Can't wait to make some! (((((HUGS))))) sandi

christmas gift crafts said...

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tara said...

oh thank you SO much! your pattern is so great ! ! !

Anonymous said...

Wow so cute gonna save tuis idea

danamom said...

I just made one and Itss SOOOOOO CUTE!!!

Shanti said...

Thank you!! I've had this for so long in my queue and finally I'm making them today!!
Thanks, thanks!!

Megan said...

Wanted to let you know this craft was highlighted on the At Play blog today

http://atplayonline.com/2013/07/16/christmas-crochet-inspiration/

Emily McFarlane said...

Perfect!!! I have made over a dozen of these for my school friends as xmas presents!!!

Jocelyn Sass said...

Emily, I am so glad that you like the pattern! Thank you for posting.

Eric McGriff said...

can anyone tell me how to close the bulb... it says not to join rounds unless told and none of the rounds for the bulb say to join them?

Jocelyn Sass said...

The bulb is made in one continuous Rnd. You do not join or turn the rnd. You just keep working round and round until you get to Rnd 18, where you start to decrease the stitches. When you have 6 stitches left and the ornament is stuffed, you fasten off and sew the small opening closed. I hope this helps you!

Eric McGriff said...

it helps a lot... thanks. I am pretty new to crochet and was very confused. I will continue on and see what happens!!!