pinterest finds

Hi everyone, thanks for popping by! :) I hope you’re having a great Sunday.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… Well, at least where I live it does. It’s getting cold, really cold, lots of fog in the morning, and some slight drizzles that with a little imagination could easily become snow…

So I thought it would be appropriate to feature some crochet Christmas tree patterns! :)

1. First up, this free pattern from Craft-craft.net. Simple and adorable, you could use this pattern to make some stand-alone trees, or use them as ornaments in your own tree!

2. This free pattern from Annemarie’s Haakblog is cute and adorable. There’s a Dutch and an English version.

3. This is an Etsy listing from VendulkaM with 3 different patterns for ornaments, one being a Christmas tree. I love the use of buttons in this one! :)

4. And speaking of buttons… This free pattern from Sugarncream.com uses buttons to give an otherwise dull tree some kick!

5. And finally another Etsy find from beatakapturdesigns. This is the cutest ornament I’ve seen yet! :) You can go wild on this one with buttons and beads.

I’m off to go and disassemble my bed. Remember that crack in my bedroom window? They’re replacing it tomorrow, and in order to do that I have to make sure my bed is out of the way…. Oh well, it gives me a chance to clean up under there I guess! :)

xo,
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5 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing the free patterns. I particularly like the first one and would love to have a go at it in red and white – yes, I’m into the Scandi style this Xmas!
    Must have missed your post about the lovely crochet wrist warmers at the top of the page – they are just lovely.
    Hope all is well with you. Your ads down the side are looking great by the way.
    Becky x

  2. Lovely findings!!! Thank you for sharing,
    xxx Ale

  3. Me gusta mucho , me a encantado entrar y ver lo que haces son preciosos los arbolitos de navidad

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