When shops are starting to play Jingle Bells and the Little Drummer Boy, you need to take out your stash to knit or crochet Christmas decorations.
Quick and easy Christmas trees are no exception.
You are of course under no obligation but, let me tell you a secret - if you start and finish small makes, you'll be much more tempted to attempt bigger ones.
And because these little beauties are so adoring, you'll soon be knitting and crocheting more and more useful stuff.
Remember, handmade is the new Trend.
the most adorable patterns for knit & crochet christmas trees
Let Knit magazine calls their knit Christmas trees 'stylish' but to me it more than that. It reminds of Charlie's Chocolate Factory and a wonderful world of fables.
The pattern is free and downloadable in one click.
Requires some embroidery skills.
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Hang the garter stitch Christmas tree on your tree or add it to your gift tag for an extra special finishing touch.
The pattern is suitable for beginner knitters and even children.
If you can not crochet (making chain stitches only) you can learn with the help of my video how to chain stitch, here. Otherwise, you can thread some embroidery floss through your needle, stitch it through the top of the tree and knot it.
According to Wikipedia:
"Amigurumi is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small, stuffed yarn creatures. The word is a portmanteau of the Japanese words ami, meaning "crocheted or knitted", and nuigurumi, meaning "stuffed doll". Amigurumi vary in size and there are no restrictions about size or look".
Who can not adore a little friendly crochet amigurumi Christmas tree like this guy?
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There are so many variations of crocheted Christmas trees, but some are just a notch up!
This pattern immediately caught my eye. The little baubles attached to the tree, as well as the bright star, called me to include it in this list!
Have you ever attempted cables?
The pattern by Julia of The Sum of their stories and her photo tutorial explain it all.
The cable knitted christmas trees are stuffed and can decorate your entryway, table or lounge.
I am definitely adding this to my 'To make list'. And you?
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The Stacking Stars knitted Christmas tree, is not only colorful and lovely but also educational.
"This is a pattern for nine different sizes of garter stitch stars, ranging from 2" - 6” which can be stacked together to make a rainbow tree. All the stars are knitted from the same basic formula; you just work more repeats for the bigger sizes."
A stash-buster project!
who said christmas tree ornaments should all hang?
crochet this christmas tree pillow by crochet by darleen on etsy
The pattern of this Christmas Tree pillow intrigued me. It has a lovely texture and reminds one of everything warm and cuddly.
Can you see the picture - warm pj's, blankie and this lovely pillow under your arm, leaning on the sofa?
You walk into the entryway and a Xmas tree on a wingback chair greets you...
Make one for yourself, to spoil someone with a handmade gift or to even sell at fairs.
beginner knitting trees by easy on the tongue
I don't want you to miss these easy knitting patterns...
Here are 2 more super easy Christmas trees in garter stitch, just for you, if you've just started knitting or if you've been knitting all your life, but want something quick and easy.
In conclusion, Christmas preparations can be done all year round - don't wait until the last minute to make something.
Plan well and
create with a smile!
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