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Ever-Gorgeous Christmas Tree

By: Pradeepa from
Ever Gorgeous Christmas Tree
Ever Gorgeous Christmas Tree
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The Ever-Gorgeous Christmas Tree is cute, realistic, and easy to work up. Just like your real one, you can decorate this miniature Christmas tree pattern with beads or sequins to fully complete the look. You only have to know single crochet to master this design, which makes it a great project for crocheters of all skill levels. This free Christmas crochet pattern would be perfect for a snowy afternoon of relaxation, and you could make several to decorate your shelves for the holidays. Homemade Christmas decorations like these are sure to keep your house feeling merry all season.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeApproximately 3.5 inches tall

Materials List

  • DK/light worsted weight yarn
  • Size G/4.00 mm crochet hook
  • Stitch marker
  • Bead and sequins for decoration (optional)

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These are so detailed. From the different color of green used to the little glass beads for the actual decorations is just yummy. I think these are some of the best that I have ever seen as far as crocheted trees are concerned.

These are too cute! The pattern looks easy to crochet and I am saving them to my crochet patterns and hope one day to be able to make a couple. Thanks for sharing!

Without seeing that the finished Christmas trees are 3 1/2 inches tall you would think by the picture that they are much larger than that. These are so detail oriented that for a small tree you will be happy with the finished results. I love the little beads as or ornaments. I want to make a few of these for my tabletop Christmas village. It is never too early to start.

These are so cute. I love the ooks and the size. I have a Christmas village that I put up every year. I think it needs some of these added to it. How cute will this be? They are extremely easy, make up quickly and I have many different shades of green to use! One forest coming up!

No fancy stitches on these Christmas trees, just basic everyday crochet. Love the added touch of the tiny beads that look like ornaments hanging from the trees. These are so cute and so clever and they remind me of pine cones for some unknown reason. They are actually quite easy to make.

Last holiday season, I saw so many variations of this little tree on my facebook groups. I really wanted to find a pattern for them and I am glad that you shared this one. They are adorable and you could make a hoard of them to decorate a mantle or add some trimmings to decorate them like little Christmas trees. Or like another commented said you could add them to a Christmas village. I wonder how it would look to most some white paint on them like snow?

These are so cute. I really have to make up a few. Maybe some in white too. They will go so nicely with my little Chrustmas village. And if the grand kids get into them, they won't get broken. What a great idea. Thank you so much for sharing it with everyone.


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