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Mini Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern

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Christmas is on it’s way! And what better way to prepare for the festive season than to crochet your own Mini Crochet Christmas Tree for your home. This adorable mini crochet Christmas tree works up in a flash and can be used for so many things.

Christmas is on it’s way! And what better way to prepare for the festive season than to crochet your own Mini Crochet Christmas Tree for your home. This adorable mini crochet Christmas tree works up in a flash and can be used for so many things.

Crochet these Mini Christmas Trees to decorate a corner of your home for the holidays or make a bunch of them as stocking stuffers. It’s one of the easiest crochet projects you can make for gifts.

You will need worsted or aran weight yarn for the small and super bulky yarn for the large.

All of the trees are worked in a spiral, not joined rounds. Use a stitch marker to indicate the first stitch of every new round.

Both small trees have the same structure and the only difference is the “snow”.

Materials:
Aran weight yarn, approximately 44 yds (40 m) in green, and a small amount of off-white, for the small tree.
Super bulky yarn, approximately 72 yds (66 m) in green, and a small amount of off-white, for the large tree.
US 7/4.5 mm crochet hook and US K/6.5 mm crochet hook
Polyester fiberfill
Stitch marker
Scissors

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Crochet these mini Christmas trees to decorate a corner of your home for the holidays or make a bunch of them as stocking stuffers. It’s one of the easiest crochet projects you can make for gifts.

This Mini Crochet Christmas Tree is a very easy pattern that can be made by any beginner. There are two versions included in the pdf. A small tree (approximately 4.5” x 4” or 11,50 x 10 cm), and a larger Christmas tree (approximately 7.5” x 7” or 19 x18 cm).

Crochet these mini Christmas trees to decorate a corner of your home for the holidays or make a bunch of them as stocking stuffers. It’s one of the easiest crochet projects you can make for gifts.

Pattern is available for free at mallooknits.com. You will also get two different versions of adding snow to your trees in this pdf.

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