These little Crochet Retro Christmas Tree decorations are a quick and easy way of adding some cheer to your festive season! You’ll need very little yarn to complete them and this basic tutorial gives you plenty of room to add your own creative flair. They are so easy to do and will give you a wonderfully rustic looking Christmas tree. Personally, I think crocheting and Christmas go hand in hand. Whether you are creating something as a gift or you want to add some down home country charm to your home this Christmas, crocheting is the perfect solution.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
- ‘4 Seasons’ Marvel 12ply 100g in various colours as desired
- 4mm crochet hook
- Scissors, yarn needle, tape measure
This pattern gives instructions for both hanging trees and standing trees, and there are two sizes available for both. Use scraps of yarn from your stash for an even more economical way of decorating for Christmas. Make them in single colours, or use two or more colours to add even more life and pizazz.
Gauge is not crucial to these patterns, but they should be worked on a smaller hook than usually recommended for the yarn, to give added rigidity to the standing trees particularly, since they are not stuffed with fibre fill.
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