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Pine Tree Crochet Pattern

Pine Tree Crochet Pattern

December 26, 2020 /
pine tree crochet pattern

Just a few days left until 2021, and I am here to share my last free pattern – Pine Tree Crochet Pattern with you before I go off for a short holiday 😊 Christmas may be over, but I’m sure a lot of us are still in the festive mood. Not to worry! We can keep the winter crafts coming and turn them into winter decoration ideas. Scroll down to see this beautiful crochet pine tree’s free pattern in three different designs with three different sizes!

winter tree

My little forever friend bear has decided to come out to say hello with his Santa hat and red pouch. Yes, he’s still feeling the Christmas vibe 😉 If you take a closer look, you’ll notice his small protruded belly from eating too many cookies, tarts, cakes, puddings, rum balls… All of those festive treats were gifted by his dear friends and family! 

Pine Tree Crochet Pattern

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scandinavian pine tree

Since I incorporated some red yarns into the crochet amigurumi tree above, it looks more like a Christmas tree as compared to the other two designs. Hence, if you’re looking for something a little more challenging to craft, feel free to try out this pretty colorwork pine tree crochet pattern. Similarly, if you wish to decorate your home for the winter season, you may crochet the pine tree with snow garland!

Those of us living in a tropical country would usually spend our holidays in a colder place. Be it in a city with or without snow, we’d be happy just to be out and about with our sweaters and coats. It sucks not being able to travel this year, but I guess we have the malls and our homes with festive decorations to make up for it!

winter snow garland

The use of evergreens as Christmas trees were first brought to America in the 1800s. 🌲 Pine trees are the most common type of coniferous tree in the world and are often used as Christmas trees. If you’re looking for a tree that is low maintenance, these trees would be the best option. They have sturdy needles that do not shed as much as the other trees, making it easier and more convenient for cleanup!

Fun fact: While some trees may not survive through the harsh winter season, Scandinavian pine trees are known to be stronger, denser, and more stable!

pine tree crochet pattern

You could probably tell that this amigurumi tree is adapted from the cone tree crochet pattern. The overall required time to make this crochet pine tree takes only about an hour, so it is a rather quick and simple craft to make! The materials you need are green, white, red, and brown color acrylic yarns, Polyester fiberfill as well as skewer stick & woodblock for the standing tree.

The height of the tree without the wooden base stands at 7” for the large Green Pine Tree with Snow Garland, 6” for the Medium Colorful Scandinavian Pine Tree, and 3” for the Mini Pine Tree. Since they’re all quite small, they will look great if you place them in your foyer area.

Christmas bear

Finally, craft these crochet amigurumi trees and turn them into a winter decoration for your home. You may check out the Christmas tree amigurumi and Christmas tree crochet pattern for more crochet tree idea, and other tree patterns for more related inspiration!

And there you go, the last craft of 2020! Along with my forever friend bear, I would like to wish you a fruitful New Year ahead. May you stay healthy and joyous in the days of 2021! I will be back soon.

pine tree crochet pattern

Pine Tree Crochet Pattern

Yield: Pine Tree (Various Height)
Active Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $2 - $5

The overall required time to make this pine tree takes only about an hour, so it is a rather quick and simple craft to make! The materials you need are green, white, red, and brown color acrylic yarns, Polyester fiberfill as well as skewer stick & woodblock for the standing tree.

Height of the tree (without the wooden base)

Large Green Pine Tree with Snow Garland: 7"

Medium Colorful Scandinavian Pine Tree: 6"

Mini Pine Tree: 3"

For advance crocheter, you may create your own size by adapting this Pine Tree from the Cone tree crochet pattern

Since they’re all quite small, they will look great if you place them in your foyer area.

Materials

  • Acrylic yarn, DK/Worsted Weight: Green, White, Red, Brown Color
  • Polyester fiberfill
  • Skewer Stick (Optional, For Standing Tree)
  • Wood Block (Optional, For Standing Tree)

Tools

  • 3mm hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Hot Glue Gun (Optional, For Standing Tree and Attaching Snow Garland)

Instructions

Abbreviations

sc: single crochet
inc: 2sc, increase
dc: double crochet

PINE TREE CROCHET PATTERN

Large Green Pine Tree With Snow Garland

christmas tree

Pine Tree Base
With Brown Yarn:
Round 1: sc 8 in magic ring. {8}
Round 2 - 7 : sc around. {8}
Change yarn to Green color
Round 8 : [inc] around. {16}
Round 9 : [sc, inc] around. {24}
Round 10 : [sc, inc, sc] around. {32}
Round 11: [sc3, inc] around. {40}
Round 12 : [sc2, inc, sc2] around. {48}
Round 13 : [sc7, inc] around. {54}
Round 14 : [sc4, inc, sc4] around. {60}
Round 15 : [sc9, inc] around. {66}
Fasten off.

Pine Tree Body
With Green Yarn:
Round 1: sc 3 in magic ring. {3}
Round 2: [inc] around. {6}
Round 3: sc around. {6}
Round 4: [sc, inc] around. {9}
Round 5: sc around. {9}
Round 6: [sc, inc, sc] around. {12}
Round 7: sc around. {12}
Round 8: [sc3, inc] around. {15}
Round 9: sc around. {15}
Round 10: [sc2, inc, sc2] around. {18}
Round 11: sc around. {18}
Round 12: [sc5, inc] around. {21}
Round 13: sc around. {21}
Round 14: [sc3, inc, sc3] around. {24}
Round 15: sc around. {24}
Round 16: [sc7, inc] around. {27}
Round 17: sc around. {27}
Round 18: [sc4, inc, sc4] around. {30}
Round 19: sc around. {30}
Round 20: [sc9, inc] around. {33}
Round 21: sc around. {33}
Round 22: [sc5, inc, sc5] around. {36}
Round 23: sc around. {36}
Round 24: [sc11, inc] around. {39}
Round 25: sc around. {39}
Round 26: [sc6, inc, sc6] around. {42}
Round 27: sc around. {42}
Round 28: [sc13, inc] around. {45}
Round 29: sc around. {45}
Round 30: [sc7, inc, sc7] around. {48}
Round 31: sc around. {48}
Round 32: [sc15, inc] around. {51}
Round 33: sc around. {51}
Round 34: [sc8, inc, sc8] around. {54}
Round 35: sc around. {54}
Round 36: [sc17, inc] around. {57}
Round 37: sc around. {57}
Round 38: [sc9, inc, sc9] around. {60}
Round 39: sc around. {60}
Round 40: [sc19, inc] around. {63}
Round 41: sc around. {63}
Round 42: [sc10, inc, sc10] around. {66}
Round 43: sc around. {66}
Stuff the tree with fiberfill
Round 44: Crochet Together With Tree Base by inserting the hook through both stitches of the pine tree and tree base, sc around. {66}
Fasten off and weave in end.

Snow Garland

With White yarn, make a slip knot and crochet *ch3, 2dc in 3rd chain from the hook. Repeat * 54 times or until you have reached the length that's enough to wrap the tree.

Medium Scandinavian Pine Tree


scandinavian pine tree


Pine Tree Base
With Brown Yarn:
Round 1: sc 4 in magic ring. {4}
Round 2 - 6: sc around. {4}
Change yarn to Green color
Round 7 : [inc] around. {8}
Round 8 : [inc] around. {16}
Round 9 : [sc, inc] around. {24}
Round 10: [sc3, inc] around. {30}
Round 11 : [sc2, inc, sc2] around. {36}
Round 12 : [sc5, inc] around. {42}
Round 13 : [sc3, inc, sc3] around. {48}
Fasten.

Pine Tree Body (with color pattern)
With Red Yarn:
Round 1: sc 3 in magic ring. {3}
Round 2: [inc] around. {6}
Round 3: sc around. {6}
Round 4: [sc, inc] around. {9}
Round 5: sc around. {9}
Round 6: [sc, inc, sc] around. {12}
Crochet the next round with Red and Green yarn on alternating stitch.
Round 7: sc around. {12}
Crochet the following 3 rounds with Red yarn only
Round 8: [sc3, inc] around. {15}
Round 9: sc around. {15}
Round 10: [sc2, inc, sc2] around. {18}
Crochet the next round with Red and White yarn on alternating stitch.
Round 11: sc around. {18}
Crochet the next round with White yarn only.
Round 12: [sc5, inc] around. {21}
Crochet the next round with White and Red yarn on alternating stitch.
Round 13: sc around. {21}
Crochet the following 3 rounds with Red yarn only
Round 14: [sc3, inc, sc3] around. {24}
Round 15: sc around. {24}
Round 16: [sc7, inc] around. {27}
Crochet the next round with Red and Green yarn on alternating stitch.
Round 17: sc around. {27}
Crochet the following 3 rounds with Green yarn only
Round 18: [sc4, inc, sc4] around. {30}
Round 19: sc around. {30}
Round 20: [sc9, inc] around. {33}
Crochet the next round with Green and White yarn on alternating stitch.
Round 21: sc around. {33}
Crochet the following 2 rounds with White yarn only
Round 22: [sc5, inc, sc5] around. {36}
Round 23: sc around. {36}
Crochet the next round with White and Red yarn on alternating stitch.
Round 24: [sc11, inc] around. {39}
Crochet the following 2 rounds with White yarn only
Round 25: sc around. {39}
Round 26: [sc6, inc, sc6] around. {42}
Crochet the next round with White and Green yarn on alternating stitch.
Round 27: sc around. {42}
Crochet the following 4 rounds with Green yarn only
Round 28: [sc13, inc] around. {45}
Round 29: sc around. {45}
Round 30: [sc7, inc, sc7] around. {48}
Round 31: sc around. {48}
Stuff the tree with fiberfill
Round 32: Crochet Together With Tree Base by inserting the hook through both stitches of the pine tree and tree base, sc around. {48}
Fasten and weave in end.


Mini Pine Tree

crochet mini pine tree
Pine Tree Base
With Brown Yarn:
Round 1: sc 4 in magic ring. {4}
Round 2 - 4: sc around. {4}
Change yarn to Green color
Round 5: [inc] around. {8}
Round 6: [inc] around. {16}
Round 7: [sc, inc] around. {24}
Round 8: [sc7, inc] around. {27}
Fasten.

Pine Tree Body (with color pattern)
With Green Yarn:
Round 1: sc 3 in magic ring. {3}
Round 2: [inc] around. {6}
Round 3: sc around. {6}
Round 4: [sc, inc] around. {9}
Round 5: sc around. {9}
Round 6: [sc, inc, sc] around. {12}
Crochet the next round with Green and White yarn on alternating stitch.
Round 7: sc around. {12}
Crochet the following 3 rounds with Green yarn only
Round 8: [sc3, inc] around. {15}
Round 9: sc around. {15}
Round 10: [sc2, inc, sc2] around. {18}
Crochet the next round with Red and White yarn on alternating stitch.
Round 11: sc around. {18}
Crochet the next round with White yarn only.
Round 12: [sc5, inc] around. {21}
Crochet the next round with Green and White yarn on alternating stitch.
Round 13: sc around. {21}
Crochet the following 4 rounds with Green yarn only
Round 14: [sc3, inc, sc3] around. {24}
Round 15: sc around. {24}
Round 16: [sc7, inc] around. {27}
Round 17: sc around. {27}
Stuff the tree with fiberfill
Round 18: Crochet Together With Tree Base by inserting the hook through both stitches of the pine tree and tree base, sc around. {27}
Fasten and weave in end.

DETAILS ON HOW TO MAKE THE PINE TREE

  1. Choose your choice of pine tree to crochet, with snow garland or with color pattern.
    Prepare both parts for assembly: A tree base and the cone-shaped's pine tree body.
    Note: Crochet the base before crocheting the pine tree body.
    Before proceed to the last round of the tree, stuff the pine tree body evenly with fiberfill. *Read Notes 1.pinetree1
  2. Crochet to join the base to the body at the final round of the tree.
    Hold the pine tree body with your "yarn" hand, and, with the bottom pointing upward. Place the tree base on its top. Then, align the stitches where the last stitch of the base is corresponding to the next stitch of the tree body.
    Insert the hook into the next stitch of the pine tree body, followed by inserting it into the last stitch of the base, crochet a single crochet stitch.pinetree2

    This is how it looks like after the first stitch that joins the base to the body is done.pinetree3

    Continue to crochet in the same manner to complete the round.pinetree4

    Once you have completed the round, cut the yarn and pull the loop to bring out the tail.
    Insert the tail into a tapestry needle.pinetree5

    Insert the needle through the top loops of the second stitch from the last stitch. Pull through the tail.pinetree6

    Insert the needle back to the space between the top loops of the last stitch, pull the tail through the back loop of the stitch, as shown in the picture.pinetree7

    Here is the outcome of the front and back loops created for the invisible fasten off (before tightening the tension of the loops).pinetree8

    Lightly pull the tail to tighten the top loop to mimic a normal crochet stitch. Weave in tail.pinetree9
  3. Attaching Snow Garland. If the snow garland option is chosen, crochet a separate piece of snow garland according to the written pattern.Follow the snow garland crochet pattern above to crochet a length that's enough to wrap the tree. If you are not sure if the length will be too short or too long for the tree, don't fasten off the tail and leave the loop loose so that you can add or reduce stitches later.attach snow garland to pine tree
  4. Glue or stitch the snow garland to the tree in a spiral from top to bottom. If your garland is too short, crochet more accordingly, vise versa, undone some stitches to get the right length.
    Weave in the tails to hide them inside the tree.crochet pine tree
  5. Make Tree Stand, or attach a string to hang the tree as a hanging ornament.
    If you wish to make the tree stands on its own, insert a wooden skewer stick from the trunk of the tree. * Read Notes 2.
    Extend the skewer into the tree to about half the height, cut off the balance outside the trunk. Apply some glue to the end of the stitch before pushes it into the trunk.
    Apply a substantial amount of glue at the bottom of the trunk and stick the trunk to a wooden block.pine tree stand

Happy Crochet

and have a wonderful time building your forest of pine trees.

pine tree crochet pattern

Notes

1. If you have trouble getting the straight cone shape after stuffing (cause by lumps of stuffing material), you may make a simple paper cone to insert into the tree body before stuffing it. I shared the method of making the paper cone in the Cone Tree Crochet Pattern.

2. For safety purposes, I clip off the sharp end of the wooden skewer stick before inserting it into the tree, it is more difficult to insert but it is safer.

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