Sharing Crochet and Knit Goodies Worldwide!
December 3, 2012By:Tamara Kelly11 Comments
Celebrating with evergreens and lights is important to so many this time of year, no matter what meaning their own beliefs and traditions ascribe to it. But what to do if you dont have the space for a big tree, want to spruce up your desk at the office, want to cheer up someone stuck in the hospital or long term care, and what if you just want to have a tree in every room of the house? Then you make your own crochet Christmas tree! (Or yule tree, or solstice tree, or whatever makes you happy!)
♪♫O Christmas Tree, Crochet Christmas Tree!
Ill use these 10 free patterns to make you!♪♫
10 Free Crochet Christmas Tree Patterns
Christmas Treeby Helen Free: You can use thread to make the tiny tree, or heavier yarn to make the bigger tree and instructions are included to go even bigger!
Christmas Treeson Sugarn Cream: This one comes in two sizes as well and with the buttons its a great match for any crafty decor!
Merry Christmas Treesfrom A La Sascha: Made with worsted weight yarn, this one looks like itd work up in a snap!
Chain Treeon Seams of Life: This is an absolutely perfect project for the beginner crocheter as long as theyre old enough to use hot glue! And I dare say even a few of us experienced crocheters will want to make these too!
Crochet Christmas Treefrom The Crochet Crowd: This one is for all you fans of the crocodile stitch its used perfectly to make this lovely tree!
Little Treesby Kala Hotakainen: Aran weight green yarn held together with colorful novelty yarn makes for a sweet little tree with instant decorations!
Mini Christmas Treeson Annaboos House: If youre really short on space (or time) these tiny trees will squeeze right in! Use up any yarn youve got laying around, just a pinch or two of stuffing, and a couple buttons to decorate. Done!
Easy-Peasy Christmas Trees-y Tutorialby PJ Allen: Two strands of bulky weight novelty yarn held together make this funky and fun tree! One of the best uses Ive seen for sparkly fun fur!
: Unfortunately, this pattern is not currently available. Found it somewhere new? Leave a comment and let me know!
Pink Friday Christmas Treeon Snowcatcher: Honor those battling cancer, or give it as a gift to little fans ofPinkaliciousand those who just love pink above all other colors.
Are you putting up a tree this year? What about a crochet Christmas tree? Have you made a holiday tree of your own before, or is there a handmade tree thats been passed down in your family? Share you stories in the comments!
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You dont lose this one, is very nice.
I like those a lot Lorena!! Thank you for sharing them! (And I love that google translate plugin youve got I need one of those!)
Im glad you like it, I just want to clarify that are not mine, was made by Sonia Maria, this is her blog
Thanks, Moogly! That was a real treat! I also enjoyed Lorenas link to the crocodile stitch tree. Id thought about doing one after my three crocodile-inspired snowflakes but hadnt had a chance to play with it yet. I might try one in sock yarn now that ve seen they do look pretty awesome!
Thank you so much for sharing your patterns! Im always amazed by your creativity!
Number 5 is also a crocodile stitch tree with a great tutorial!! 🙂
I just love those little Christmas trees and all of them.they are awesome.Id love the patterns either free or purchase.Im not good on computer.I usually get some one to help.I thought they would be nice for neighbor gifts Thank you. P.S.I probably already ask you theistic I need to pay my daughter will do that tomorrow.I think they are just. ALL THAT.I dont know what a website is,can you help me.
Hi Ann! If you click on the names of the patterns you like, that should take you to the actual patterns. 🙂
I found a link to the White Christmas Tree
I am trying to find the pattern for the Christmas tree sections that slip over a paper towel holder. Any help??
Hi June! Im so sorry, I havent been able to find anything that fits that description.
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