If it does not, simply pull it out and re-do, adding a few more stitches to the initial CH. Row 2-212: Turn, CH 1, then work a DC into the very first and each stitch across. I just worked until the yarn had nearly ran out, leaving myself a good meter or so to sew it up with and for the hanging chains.
Rather than count the rows, you can measure it by seeing if it will fit around the perimeter of your wreath ring.
Sewing up: Sew the two short edges together with a whip stitch.
Now fit it around your wreath ring and start sewing the long edges together placing the seam on the inside of the ring.
Try and match the row ends, otherwise you will end up with uneven sides when you get to the end.
Now your wreath is ready to decorate.
Make 12 of these large snowballs in total and arrange and sew around the bottom part of your wreath as shown.
Add the beak to the top of the red breast and then sew the eyes in place.
Finally, make a CH of 10 from the Baby Sparkle and use it to attach the Robin to swing from the centre of the top of the wreath. Then make a CH of 30 and use it to make a hanging loop on top of the wreath.