Christmas Tree Amigurumi

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The closer it gets to Christmas the more tense I get… Just wish that I have 2 more hands and 1 more brain to help me out. I Still have a bundle of s that need to be done, including the Gift Socks for my daughter and son which I just put them into my to-do list. Anyway, I work well with tension, the more I get, the harder I work… but it is not good for my health, I have been weak recently, especially during weather change. For my 2010 new year’s resolution, guess I have to lower down my target to suits a normal human’s ability.

This is an amigurumi type of crochet  Christmas Tree. Quite simple to make.

It consists of 3 parts:
1. The main Christmas Tree
2. The star on the tree top
3. The snow garland

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{CLICK HERE to get the Christmas Tree Amigurumi Pattern.}

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  1. This is such an adorable tree! Thanks for the pattern :)

  2. Wish I had more hands, time, and ENERGY! Always trying to do too many things at this time. Was going to make knitted socks, but time got away. I have 1 big sewing project to do, a few small ones, another craft I won’t mention, and then baking. Running out of steam! Your crochet trees are beautiful!

  3. It’s nice meeting you (the superwoman behind this wonderful blog). Health is wealth. Do take good care of yourself, friend! Merry Christmas and Happy 2010 to you and your family!

  4. Linking in my holiday roundup today! Sooo cute! Merry Christmas!

  5. hi im new to this what does the (9st), mm at the end of each line mean pls help xx

  6. Thanks for great pattern
    I get all of my crochet and knitting patterns from michaels.com nice site too

  7. I love this pattern! I actually used this as a base for my own pattern and it turned out beautifully! I think I want to try to make a smaller one in the future. ^_^

  8. Hi, this is very cute, but I need a little more info before I can try to make it. Here’s my questions:

    1. are you using USA crochet terms or UK terms?

    3. when you say crochet yarn… what size do you mean?

    4. what is the finished size of the one you made with the yarn you chose?

    Thank you, very much, in advance. It is a very cute little tree, and I hope to make it :)

    • It is in USA crochet terms. The yarn and finished size aren’t important as long as they are matching, as a rule of thumb, the lighter or thinner the yarn is, the smaller your christmas tree will be if crochet with the recommended hook of the yarn.
      Hope this help for you to start crochet it. Happy crochet :)

  9. This is such an adorable tree! Thanks for the pattern

  10. i am usually able to crochet patterns, but im having trouble with this one:(
    Somehow I have more stitches then I should..
    Anyone else having trouble?

    Also, when you say two strands does that mean two seperate yarn bundles? Or two tiny strans ?

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  13. Hi. A friend of mine requested me to make a christmas tree for her by using your pattern because she likes it, but she insisted on paying. therefore, can I request your permission to make and sell them?
    best regards.

  14. Hi

    I used this pattern
    and posted the result on my blog
    and linked your site !

    If you like to check out:

    http://lanathewoolydog.wordpress.com/2013/12/02/christmas-mood/

    Wish you a Merry Christmas from Germany

    Marli

    Reply

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