Christmas Tree Skirt

Christmas Tree Skirt

Christmas Tree Skirt
Christmas Tree Skirt

"Add some handmade charm to your Christmas decor with this beautiful skirt for your Christmas tree. The finished tree skirt measures approximately 46 in. from each point to the opposite point and has an opening to easily slip around the base of your tree. The pattern calls for red and white worsted weight cotton yarn (approx. 710 yds each), an H hook, scissors, and a tapestry needle. The pattern includes step by step pattern instructions, stitch diagrams, and schematics."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished Size Finished tree skirt measures approximately 46 in. from each point to the opposite point.

Christmas Tree Skirt

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This project strikes me as very Nordic looking. Maybe its the red and white color scheme, or it could also be I was just browsing the IKEA holiday decorations in search of another straw Julebok. The Grannies are huge, but I would think you could stop a few rows short of the directions to make it smaller. The edge shouldnt be a problem, but I dont know how that might affect the center Star portion.

I stocked up on red and white yarn recently when it was on sale. I always buys cotton. This looks simple enough, but it seems as if it would be heavy when finished?

Good question. Even if you make it in acrylic, it could still be heavy.

These granny squares are humungous! It is a pretty straightforward and easy to understand pattern, despite the fancy look of it. I think the style fits both a contemporary decor and a more traditional one. I would love to add a pop of green in there as well. Perhaps with some tiny pom-pom fringe around the edges?

I would go with fringe instead of pom poms. The maintenance over the years is just easier.

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