This is part 2 of the festive garland series of tutorials that will be up on the blog, and it continues to be simple for beginners with this Christmas tree crochet pattern. Part 1 was the Christmas Baubles crochet pattern, with the others linked below.
It’s made up primarily of one stitch, and works up really quickly as the cutest garland for a Christmas decoration you can make yourself for your home.
It would also make a sweet gift, and works individually as a Christmas tree crochet decoration as individual trees. Find more on Pinterest!
More Christmas Crochet Patterns
I’ve used a range of DK yarn from Aldi, a 3.5mm hook and a needle for sewing in ends.
Stitches are in US terms, DC is double crochet, SC is single crochet, SS is slip stitch, 2TOG is single crochet 2 together / decrease.
Stitch count is in brackets at the end of each row.
Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern
Row 1 – CH16, SC in 2nd CH from hook and every stitch until the last (15)
Row 2 – CH1, 2TOG, SC in next 11, 2TOG (13)
Row 3 – CH1, work 1 SC in every stitch until the end (13)
Row 4 – CH1, 2TOG, SC in next 9, 2TOG (11)
Row 5 – CH1, work 1 SC in every stitch until the end (11)
Carry on in this way, working one decreasing row and one maintaining row until you reach a stitch count of 3.
After you have worked the maintaining row at 3, CH1 and work 2TOG followed by a single SC (2). Then CH1, turn, and SS to close.
With your yarn choice for the base/bottom of the tree:
CH5, DC in 3rd CH from hook and DC until the end of the row (3). CH3, DC 3. Close off and join to the tree using a hook or needle.
Work a single bobble stitch in a contrasting stitch to use as the star of the tree and stitch on, or attach something sparkly of your choice 🙂
Weave in all ends, leaving a tail of around 10cm at the top of the tree to join to your garland if required.
Tag me in your finished versions on Instagram, or pin for later!