Thursday, November 21, 2013

Tree Ornaments Free Pattern

Tree Ornaments Free pattern

By AnnooCrochet designs



I created these Cute Ornaments for my Crocheted Xmas tree, they are fun, whimsical and easy to make. I hope you'll enjoy personalizing them with your own special touch. 



You will need

Crochet hook : 2.75 mm
Berroco Comfort in Color 9752 (for the Green one)
Polyfill
Tapestry Needle
Colorfull Beads



Stitches used

ch: chain
sc: single crochet
flp: front loop only






Pattern:




Round 1: with Green Yarn, in a magic ring, ch, 6sc

Round 2: 2sc in each st all around (12sc)

Round 3: In Front Loop only, sc all around (12sc)

Round 4: In Back loops or Round 2( Pay attention not from round 3, or you will not have the volume effect you need!!!), [sc, 2sc in next st] all around (18sc)

Round 5: sc all around (18sc)

Round 6: In Front Loop only, sc all around (18sc)

Round 7: In Back loops or Round 6( Pay attention not from round 7, or you will not have the volume effect you need!!!), [2sc, 2sc in next st] all around (24sc)

Round 8: sc all around (24sc)

Round 9: In Front Loop only, sc all around (24sc)

Round 10: In Back loops or Round 9( Pay attention not from round 10, or you will not have the volume effect you need!!!), [3sc, 2sc in next st] all around (30sc)

Round 11: sc all around (30sc)
Round 12: In Front Loop only, sc all around (30sc)

Round 13: In Back loops or Round 12( Pay attention not from round 13, or you will not have the volume effect you need!!!), [4sc, 2sc in next st] all around (36sc)

Round 14:  sc all around (36sc)

Round 15: In Front Loop only, sc all around (36sc)


Round 16: In Back loops or Round 15( Pay attention not from round 16, or you will not have the volume effect you need!!!), [5sc, 2sc in next st] all around (42sc)


Round 17:  sc all around (42sc)

Round 18 : In Front Loop only, sc all around (42sc)

Round 19: In Back loops or Round 18( Pay attention not from round 19, or you will not have the volume effect you need!!!), [6sc, 2sc in next st] all around (48sc)
Round 20:  sc all around (48sc)
Round 21:  In Front Loop only, sc all around (48sc)

Round 22: In Back loops or Round 21( Pay attention not from round 22, or you will not have the volume effect you need!!!), [7sc, 2sc in next st] all around (54sc)


Round 23:  sc all around (52sc)
Round 24:  In Front Loop only, sc all around (52sc)



Round 25: In Back loops or Round 24( Pay attention not from round 25, or you will not have the volume effect you need!!!), [8sc, 2sc in next st] all around (60sc)

Round 26:  sc all around (60sc)
Round 27:  In Front Loop only, sc all around (60sc)


Round 28: In Back loops or Round 27( Pay attention not from round 28, or you will not have the volume effect you need!!!), [9sc, 2sc in next st] all around (66sc)




fasten off

Tree Base:
Round 1:With  Brown, in a magic ring, ch, 6sc



Round 2: 2sc in each st all around (12sc)


Round 3: 2sc in next st, sc (18sc)
 Round 4: 2sc in next st, 2sc (24sc)

Round 5:  2sc in next st, 3sc (30sc) feel free to make the base as big or small as you wish, I like mine to be smaller then the circumference of my Tree Body to make it look real, if you like your base bigger, continue to increase until your base matches the number of stitches from your tree bottom.










Trunk:


Round 1:With  Brown, in a magic ring, ch, 6sc ( 6sc)




Round 2:, [sc, 2sc in next st] 3 times, (9sc)

Round 3: [sc, 2sc in next st] 3 times, (12sc)


Round 4: in back loop only, sc all around, (9sc)

Round 5 -15: sc all around, (9sc)



Fasten off...sew in all loose tails

with your tapestry needle, sew beads around your tree
My Crochet Buddy

Take your base and sew it, at one row before the end of your tree part, 

when 3/4 done stuff firmly with polyfill 

Now stuff the trunk with polyfill and sew it to the center of the base of your tree



At the top of your tree, with green yarn sl st and ch 20

sl st at base of ch, and fasten off 
sew in all loose tails




Happy Crochet my Fellow artists!!!!

Please mention me, the source if you find yourself in a sharing mood ;-)))



All Images and texts are Copyright of AnnooCrochet Designs, unless otherwise stated. Feel free to share but please do not forget to mention your source.Thank you xoxoxoxo


33 comments:

  1. I love these little Christmas trees. Thank you so much for sharing the pattern!

    Groetjes, Monique

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  2. Beautiful....great project for the season ......!...Thanks for sharing !

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  3. Thank you very much for this beautiful pattern!

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  4. amazing work and tutorial!!!!
    thank you for sharing, xxxx Ale

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  5. Beautiful and thanks for the pattern

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  6. it a beautiful little tree but i think there is a mistake in the pattern every round you increase with 6 in round 16 you increase with four afterthat there are again increase with 6 ( 6,12,18, 24,30,36,40,46 52,58,64) i think it has to be 6,12 18 24,30 36,42,48, 54,60 ,66

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    1. Thanks Hannie...I am fixing it right now

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  7. Por favor me puede explicar del anillo magico a la primera vuelta y luego las sucesivas en modo gráfico? No entiendo las fotos, muchas gracias!!

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  8. Hi Rosa, they have amazing videos on you tube to explain the magic ring, another option would be to ch2, then to crochet 6sc in second ch from hook to create our first round.
    Happy Crochet.

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  9. Fabulosos, te quedaron fabulosos, gracias por el paso a paso. Desde Buenos Aires, Feliz Navidad para todas!!!

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  10. I am planning a blog post about Christmas Crochet again this year and would like to link to your cute Christmas Tree Pattern. Would I please be able to post your photo of the finished trees on the page when it is published?

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    1. Absolutely!! Thank you so very much and have a great Holiday Season

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    2. Thank you! I am compiling some Christmas links and it is always nice to have a picture so visitors know what they can find on your link. I will use the picture with your name on it. I hope to have it posted before the weekend.

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    3. Your photo is now in my post http://lupeyloops.blogspot.com.au/2013/12/christmas-tea-towels-other-ideas.html
      I have also made mention of your gorgeous Father Christmas tree ornament. He is so cute! I hope my readers will follow the link to your page. You have beautiful work. Thank you for sharing. Merry Christmas

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  11. Where can I find the yarn used??? I am going to make these for friendsand coworkers

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    1. Your Local yarn store should have it, but if they don't, i love this on line store :
      http://www.yarn.com
      Webs, has a huge selection
      HappyCrochet

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  12. podia ter em português rsrsrsr fica a sugestão....

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  13. The green ends with a 66 round but the brown base ends with a 30 round. Where are the extra 36 stitches

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    1. You are supposed to place your brown base and sew it, not to the last green round, but more inside to create the illusion of a real tree, then stuff it with Polyfill .To make the tree base more real the brown bottom needs to be smaller...but feel free to continue with a simple increase on every round i you prefer, my pattern are merely a Free guideline to your imagination....
      Happy Crochet and have a great Holiday season my dear Anonymous ;-)

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  14. Total stitch count for rows 17 and 18 is 42 - not 40. You are increasing by increments of 6. Notice that the next row goes up to 48.

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  15. Rounds 20 and 21 should also read 48 stitches.

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  16. love your little crochet trees!!!Merry Christmas!

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  17. Thanks for the great pattern. I tweaked it a bit by threading all my beads onto my yarn before I started and then just crocheting one in every so often. I also crocheted the trunk and base as one piece to save sewing time:) it turned out great. thanks again and Merry Christmas.

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  18. Thank you for this fantastic tutorial!

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  19. Thank you for this interseting pattern.
    I translated it to swedish and shared it on my blog http://fagerfarg.blogspot.se/2015/01/det-snoar.html.
    I evan linked to your blog so everyone can see that it is your pattern.I hope you don´t have anything against it but if you do, please let me know so I will take away it.
    Kind regards
    Gordana

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  21. Thanks for the tutorial! Love the photos and the feedback from other crochet folks on the counts to make sure I am on-track. Question: My 10yr old loves to crochet, do you think if I do it with her she'll be able to make one o.k.? The stitches look straightforward enough, but I am wondering how long this takes to crochet before you are sewing on the bead ornaments. 2 hours max is probably her limit. so 1 hour 1 day and 1 hour the next...what do y'all think?

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  22. Hi
    Just walked through your blog to say
    Thank you Love your trees xx

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  23. This is so cool! I always give my boys christmas ornaments in their stockings every year and this year they are getting these! In fact I think I am making some for the whole family! Thank you.

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  24. What is the size of the finished tree? Thank you for sharing your pattern. They are so cute!!

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