Vintage Tabletop Tree


If you're not big into cutting down a fresh tree or even buying an artificial Christmas tree then you'll love this Vintage Tabletop Tree. Measuring in at just over three inches this tabletop tree will look perfect in any room of the house. Make one for yourself or make one for each of your friends; this small gesture will be remembered forever. Best of all, you can bring out this crocheted Christmas tree year after year without worrying about all the pine needles falling off.


Crochet Hook6 or 1.8 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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Yes, thats right. This Vintage Tabletop Tree is perfect to be placed on a small table in a corner of your living room. You can use this as your tree for the holidays season or you can have another big tree if you want. You can decorate your tree with your favorite Christmas ornaments.

I love vintage look projects. Especially ones from the sixties, seventies, and eighties. Those were the best of times. The picture for this pattern is missing on this site, but thankfully the pattern is shown somewhere else so we can get a glimpse of it before we dismiss it because of the lack of a picture.

Christmas tree would go nicely with the x-mas swag I designed.

This is a vintage pattern so there are no accompanying photos other than the finished project. I would like to have more direction or illustrations when attaching the yarn at the point where the tree branches begin. Im an experienced crocheter, and Im still a little confused. It is a pretty project, so I think Ill work a few up in various shades of green instead of the white and silver.

This is very nice and will come in very handy for me. Being that it is just 3" tall, I want to make a bunch in green to set around my nativity set. Maybe add some glitter to the branches too. Then I want to make a bunch in different colors to put in he bows on the gift packages. That way they have a keepsake and will remember me.


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