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Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern

My son requested for Christmas Trees as a gift for his teachers in Nursery, all I could do is work something up. To our surprise, we brought love the trees and can’t wait to gift these in few days.

This pattern is fun to make and you can make 1 or 2 over a couple of hours.

Another Interesting thing about this Christmas Tree Pattern is that you can make it in any color(s) of your choice and also in any length. Plus, you can make this pattern using either chunky or worsted weight yarns.

Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern

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Christmas Tree Pattern

Yarn

Stylecraft special chunky, (100% acrylic 157 yards/144 m per 3.5 oz/100g skein)

1 skein in Green

1 skein in Red

1 skein in white/cream

OR

Worsted weight yarn

1 skein in Green

1 skein in Red

1 skein in white/cream

Optional – Glittery yarn in white about 10 yards

Hook and other materials

US size I/9 (5.5 mm)

Poly fiber or Duraform Cone

Stitch markers Gauge – gauge isn’t important as far as you make this pattern using either chunky or worsted weight  yarn

Chunky yarn – 14 sts x 10 rows = 10 cm/4” measured over hdc

Difficulty – Easy Terms – US TERMINOLOGY

Stitch Abbreviations –

 Chain – ch

 Slip stitch – sl st

 Single Crochet –  sc

 Half double crochet – Hdc

 Double crochet – dc

 Shell – 5 dc

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Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern

Pattern Notes

The pattern here is for the Small sized Tree, for Medium and Large tress, Get the pattern on ESTY or RAVELRY

Pattern construction – Cone and Tree skirt are worked in rounds, with the “leaves” in rows Pattern is worked in 3 parts, the cone, skirt “leaves”, with each part worked separately.

Place stitch marker after end of each round, moving it as each round is completed, do not join

Yarn Color key:

Green – A

Red – B

White – C

Note, you can use any color(s) of your choice.

Finished Dimension

Finished dimensions given using Chunky yarn – small – 6” •Medium – 10” •Large – 15”

Cone

Small Tree

Round 1: With A, in a magic ring, ch 1, 4 sc into magic ring. (4 sc)

[if you are not familiar with magic ring, you can ch 2, 4 sc into 1st chain]

Round 2: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next, repeat from * to end of the round. (6 Hdc)

Round 3: Hdc in each st. (6 Hdc)

Round 4: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 2 sts, repeat from * to end of the round. (8 Hdc)

Round 5: Hdc in each st. (8 Hdc)

Round 6: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 3 sts, repeat from * to end of the round. (10 Hdc)

Round 7: Hdc in each st. (10 Hdc)

Round 8: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 4 sts, repeat from * to end of the round. (12 Hdc)

Round 9: Hdc in each st. (12 Hdc)

Round 10: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 5 sts, repeat from * to end of the round. (14 Hdc)

Round 11: Hdc in each st. (14 Hdc)

Round 12: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 6 sts, repeat from * to end of the round. (16 Hdc)

Round 13: Hdc in each st. (16 Hdc)

Round 14: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 7 sts, repeat from * to end of the round. (18 Hdc)

Round 15: Hdc in each st. (18 Hdc)

Round 16: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 8 sts, repeat from * to end of the round. (20 Hdc)

Round 17: Hdc in each st. (20 Hdc)

Fasten off

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Tree Skirt

Round 1: With A, make a magic ring, ch 2, 6 hdc into the ring.

 (6 hdc)

Round 2: 2 Hdc in each st around; (12 Hdc)

Round 3: Working in BLO, *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next st, repeat from* around; (18 Hdc) 

Working in both Loops –

Round 4: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 2 sts, repeat from* around; (24 Hdc)

Round 5: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 3 sts, repeat from* around; (30 Hdc)

Round 6: Round 7: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 4 sts, repeat from* around; (36 Hdc)

Round 8: *2 Hdc in next st, Hdc in next 5 sts, repeat from* around; (42 Hdc)

Fasten off A

A

Join glittery yarn

With Glittery yarn, work 1 Hdc around

B

Petals – Ch 3, 1 shell in same stitch, skip next 2 stitches, sc in next, skip next 2 stitches, 1 shell in next st, repeat from * across, sl st to 3rd chain.

Fasten off weave in ends

To fill –

Fill your cone with either polyfiber or place in duraform.

Place on the tree skirt made and join with a sl st across the FLO left from Round 6 •

Tree Leaves

1. Number of chains would depend on how tall your cone is and also on how close you’d love your leaves to be.

2. For different layers/colors of leaves, this can be done in Row 2, simply fasten off a color and join the next color of your choice.

3. For 2 colors on a leaf (white and red shown in the picture) – join color C, with a slip stitch, working around the petals/leaves, sc in stitch around. • •Using Color B, Chain 154 (220, 300) – in multiples of 6 + 4

Note :

1. The leaves uses crocodile stitch pattern

2.  For accurate number of chains, wrap your chains around the cone

Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook, *ch 1, skip 2 chs, dc in next ch, ch 1, skip 2 chs, 2 dc in next ch. Rep from * across, ending with 2 dc, turn;

25 – 2 dc/ 24 dc(36 – 2 dc/35 dc, 50 -2 dc/49 dc)

Row 2:  Ch 1, *working sideways around post(dc), work 5 dc in first st, ch 1, working sideways around next post (dc), work 5 dc in next st, skip ch 1 sp, sc in next dc, skip ch 1 sp. Rep from * across.

25 leaves/ 24 sc(36 leaves/35 sc, 50 leaves/49 sc)

Fasten off

•With cone placed upright, starting from the widest part of the cone,  wrap your leaves around the cone, using a yarn needle join this point together.

•To secure the leave to your cone, you can stitch around the leaves to the cone or just at each intercepts.

•Continue to wrap the leaves around the cone till the tip.

•Secure the last leaf by sewing it on the cone.

•Sew in all ends

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