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Super Easy Christmas Tree

By: gnathalie2.wordpress.com

Crochet Christmas tree patterns like this Super Easy Christmas Tree make the holidays a little bit funkier and a whole lot cleaner. By crocheting your Christmas tree instead of bringing in a real one, you don't have to worry about pesky needles falling all over the place or your cat trying to eat it constantly. All you have to do is work it up, surround it with other decorations, and then you have your holiday spirit all in a DIY crochet project!

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Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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For those that are saying these aren't the best... they are great for a retro-60's type look. you can make them in all the hot colors and use them as a centerpiece... just make them with different sized yarn and/or hooks, and they can be outright practical too! use them for putting your pierced earrings in... keep the backs in a dish to use easily, and decorate the tree with the earrings! honestly, for a simple craft, it's great! i remember the ONE Christmas i didn't have a tree... so my friend's girl drew me one... THESE would have been heaven to have!

Yeah but you can dress 'em up anyhow you want rather than just following somebody else's ideas.

i think they are sleek and modern, of course you can fancy them up. sometimes less is more.

Not to be mean or anything, but those trees are ugly.

@Crochet Ginger- Then why don't do something better & post it?

If you are a true crafter you can make anything look good your taste doesn't really matter to each his own. Better to say something nice than say something at all, but in this case you need to be told.

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