crochet christmas trees

Crochet Christmas Trees are the Cutest + Craftiest Holiday Trend

Somehow we're already into the holiday season so it's the ideal time to start planning ahead for ways to decorate your home for Christmas this year. Since the current pandemic will have everyone spending more time at home, it's the perfect excuse to turn your house into a cozy little winter wonderland. 

There are so many adorable DIY projects to try during the Christmas holiday but we are particularly excited about trying out these crochet Christmas trees. Crocheting may not be at the top of everyone's list of hobbies, but it's actually simpler than you might think. All you need is a helpful pattern to help you with your crochet projects and you could end up with one of these cute little Christmas decorations that you can use for seasons to come. If you aren't big on the crocheted Christmas trees, keep in mind that you can find crochet tutorials out there from anything from crochet snowflakes, a snowman, tree topper, crochet Christmas ornaments, or even a Christmas wreath. The sky is the limit! Here's a good resource with tons of free crochet patterns that are all Christmas themed. We definitely need to try out this ghost and pumpkin bunting next Halloween. 

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Though not a free crochet pattern, this option from Etsy has excellent reviews and is less than $5. A small price to pay to be able to create your own little Christmas trees. It's a fun project that you could even use to create Christmas tree decorations. Don't worry, it doesn't take an expert skill level to be able to try this craft. Even beginner crocheters will be able to take the crochet Christmas tree pattern and make it look exactly like the pictures. 

Here's everything you'll need:

Green yarn for your evergreen tree

Crochet hook 

Baubles for decorations

Video Tutorial:

For a detailed video tutorial on how to properly execute a crocodile stitch (basically the ruffles on the tree) to master your own mini Christmas trees, try watching the above video from YouTube. It's helpful to get more information on hook size, what weight yarn you'll need, and more details that beginners might not be aware of. It's a long video, but you'll get excellent instruction on how to properly do crochet stitches. It's a good refresher even for the seasoned crocheters.

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