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Christmas Tree Round-Up

Haha, I just love the way the title sounds. It’s so fitting for this post, as it’s all different Christmas Tree patterns I found all over the web. So here is to the Christmas Tree Round-Up. Below you will find pattern descriptions, a photograph, and link back to the pattern site. I hope you find these tree’s as adorable as I did. Just click the link or the picture for patterns. Enjoy!

Christmas Tree Kawaii Cuddler

Image By: 3 AM Grace Designs

There is nothing about this tree that would deter me from cuddling up on the sofa with it in front of a warm fire. It is just so adorable. It would be cute as a stuffed animal under the Christmas tree as well. To make this cuddler you will need worsted weight yarn in green, brown, and yellow, small scraps of pink, small scraps in desired colors for the ornaments, 18 mm black safety eyes, poly fill, and of course your 5.0 mm crochet hook. The pattern is brought to us by 3 AM Grace Designs Christmas Tree Kawaii Cuddler.

Amigurumi Christmas Tree

Image By: Lilleliis

These mini trees stand about 12 cm tall; 4 inches tall. I especially love that she used mini terracotta trays for the base. The ornaments add a little extra touch. She used some sequins, beads, pearls, or buttons for the embellishments. There are no special stitches for these, and are worked in the round in one piece. To make these you will need a worsted (10) or DK (8 ply) weight yarn, poly fill, 5.5 mm flower pot base, and of course your 3.5 mm crochet hook. This pattern is brought to us by Lilleliis-Amigurumi Christmas Tree.

Image By: Lilleliis

Crochet Christmas Tree

Image By: The Lazy Hobby Hopper

When I first saw this Christmas tree I loved how it looked real. The way its felted makes it look textured. This tree stands about 4 inches tall when completed. This pattern may need a little working with, it is hard to read. It is made in continuous rounds, so you may need a stitch marker. Looks like you will be making a cone and then doing branches next. Rounds 20 till the end, are worked in the round WITH a join at the end. No special stitches needed to make this little guy! You will need a 4.00 mm crochet hook, and a small amount of DK/light worsted weight yarnThis tree has been brought to us by The Lazy Hobby Hopper-Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern.

Image By: The Lazy Hobby Hopper

Cone Christmas Tree’s

Image By; Petals to Picots

You probably recognize this website, as I have used her patterns in previous posts. I guess I really love her style of work. I am so happy I was able to find a pattern that made a “set” of trees, not just one. These cone trees come in 3 different sizes and styles. They are to die for and I bet they work up quickly. They are made in the round without joining at the end. You may want your stitch markers for this one. To make the 3 trees you will need; 3 coordinated colors of worsted weight yarn, (less than 1 full skein. She used Knit Picks Brava Worsted.) a 5.9 inch, 9.85 inch, and a 15 inch durafoam cone, 1 small skein of glitter yarn, 1 inch white corsage pins, and of course your 4.00 mm crochet hook. This pattern has been brought to us by Petals to PicotsCone Christmas Tree

Image By; Petals to Picots

Amigurumi Christmas Tree

Image By: ZanCrochet

I particularly chose this one to feature because I love the white tip branches. You could make these in any type of yarn, based on the picture I think she chose a worsted weight yarn like Red Heart. If you choose to do a finer yarn or smaller worsted weight the tree may come out super tiny. This tree is worked in continuous rounds, stitch markers may be needed. You will need yarn in 3 colors; dark green, white and brown; poly fill, beads for ornamentsand of course your 2.0 mm crochet hook. This pattern is brought to us by ZanCrochet-Amigurumi Christmas Tree

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