Granny Hexagon Tree Skirt

Granny Hexagon Tree Skirt

Granny Hexagon Tree Skirt
Granny Hexagon Tree Skirt

"Stitch up this charming Christmas tree skirt for your holiday decor. The granny design gives this skirt vintage yet modern flair. The pattern is easy to follow and includes both the written pattern and stitch diagrams for those that prefer to follow visually. You will need two colors of worsted weight yarn in the yardage specified in the pattern as well as an I hook. No fancy stitchery required! Finished tree skirt measures approximately 55 in. × 55 in."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeFinished tree skirt measures approximately 55 in. × 55 in.

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I like that a pattern such as this allows me to create my own customized version of it, in smaller sized hexagons. I don't have to make them as big as the ones shown here. I actually have a small table top 3 foot tree that is in need of a tree skirt. I'd love to make it using a cheery red for the hexagon and white metallic for the border and trim!

This is an interesting design, but Im not sure how I feel about it. I do like the clean look of the individual hexagon, but Im just not sure if I like using them in this particular project. The mesh work does make it look vintageI will give it that. Maybe if the hexagons were smaller it might appeal to me a bit more.

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