6 Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt Patterns

6 Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt Patterns

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PomPom Trimmed Christmas Tree Skirt

PomPom Trimmed Christmas Tree Skirt

The Crochet Pompom Trimmed Christmas Tree Skirt is easy to follow the pattern.

There are two rows in this easy to repeat pattern. 1 row is double crochet, the next is a half double crochet. The colour changing is really up to your own personal choices. However, there is a colour sequence in the pattern if you wish.

You can also make pom poms.


Crochet Christmas Granny Tree Skirt

Crochet Flirty Tree Skirt

Crochet Flirty Tree Skirt

With the Crochet Flirty Tree Skirt pattern, I have additional resources to share with you.

The pattern grows out consistently and you have to watch the beginning of each row for the starting point. The number of stitches before the repeating is 1 less than the actual repeat number. It will be talked about in the tutorial.

Worksheet for the Flirty Tree Skirt

I have itemized the row counts and also given extra information in the event you want to add more scallops to your skirt. It will be explained in further detail in the tutorial. You can click the picture below to get the PDF or download the worksheet here.



Crochet Christmas Granny Tree Skirt

Granny Christmas Tree Skirt

Granny Christmas Tree Skirt

With the Crochet Boho Ornament Afghan, you will have yarn leftover. So why not pair a Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt with your afghan. Also, if you have spare yarn, this really hits the basket beautifully. You will be able to randomly put your crochet Christmas skirt together using the same balls from your Boho Ornament Afghan.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt

There are 12 trapezoid granny squares that force the shapes to form the circle.

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Then, once those are done and assembled, you fill in the center back to the stem of the tree.

There will be two tutorials. One for the trapezoid shape and one for the filling in and final border. Stay tuned. I’m willing to help you in the tutorial format!


Crochet Christmas Star Tree Skirt

Crochet Star Christmas Tree Skirt

Crochet Star Christmas Tree Skirt

The video that accompanies this pattern is the only resource available for this Star Christmas Tree Skirt. I filmed this back in 2010 prior to having a website. The video is the instructions itself.

It was filmed with Bernat Mosaic Yarn that transitioned on its own. You can control your colours if you wish. I did intentionally make the last round white to give it balance.

Crochet Hexagon Christmas Tree Skirt

Hexagon Tree Skirt by MIkey of The Crochet Crowd

Hexagon Tree Skirt by Mikey of The Crochet Crowd

Crochet Hexagon Tree Skirt has simplistic corners. I have included a rough diagram of the stitchwork so you can see exactly what is happening in this design.

I used Caron Simply Soft Party yarn for my version as it has a bit of sparkle to it.


Bernat Christmas Tree Skirt

Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt With Trees

Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt With Trees

The Bernat Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt has tree motifs crocheted into place. In fact, you can be creative and make each tree its own colour.

You will start off with a row that will be the centre point of all 11 Christmas Trees. From there, you will build on and each tree joins to each other as you make them.

The border is a little complicated to start but once it gets into your head, your will most likely succeed. There is an error in the crochet diagram but I followed it during the tutorial. In the tutorial, I show how to get back on track as by the time I noticed the error, I had already completed 2 trees. So there is always a way to fix things.

Stitch Work Example at Border

Christmas Tree Skirt Stitchwork

Christmas Tree Skirt Stitchwork. You can click this to download a copy for yourself.


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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

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