Crafty Christmas Trees

Posted by Amy | Posted in Creative Christmas | Posted on 14-12-2015


A couple of weeks back we asked on social media and here on the blog for photos of your Christmas makes. Whether they were old or new we wanted to see what handmade decorations are part of your festive display. I have also been pottering around the likes of Pinterest and Ravelry for inspirational patterns that could prove to be positively quick and effective makes. There’s always a bit of time to make a quick decoration using up some of those unwanted oddments you can’t quite part with. We all have that stash whether it is big or small, a few lonely scraps lurking at the bottom of your knitting bag, always helpful when it comes to mini makes. Today I will start with craft Christmas trees.

First of all I have to share our fabulous crocheted Christmas tree that was kindly donated to us by the winner of our 2014 Christmas competition – Mary and her craft group.


A customer called Tracy sent in a photo of Christmas trees she has crocheted.


Sam from Re-Made by Sam sent in a photo of her Christmas tree bunting. This is a free pattern available on her blog.


If you prefer a spot of needlecraft then this cross stitch kit from The Historical Sampler Company fits the theme of a crafty Christmas tree.


One more Christmas Tree decoration to share. This was a huge hit on our Facebook page and it is already on our to do list. The crocheted tree pattern is by Poppy & Bliss blog.


Comments (4)

Thank you so much for sharing my Christmas tree ornaments. I hope everyone will enjoy making them xx

They are amazing! Such a good idea 🙂

Amy x

Look more closely at the “felt” trees in crocheted pots, I think you will see that they are crocheted. The pattern was in Simply Crochet magazine.

I love that crocheted tree!

Whoops! All changed now 🙂

Merry Christmas x

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