Crochet Make It Merry Tree Pattern

Crochet Make It Merry Tree Pattern

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Crochet Make it Merry Tree

Crochet Make it Merry Tree

Crochet Make It Merry Tree

The Crochet Make It Merry Tree is adorable. Small enough for someone to use as a table setting or for those where space is a problem.

Whether someone is in a senior facility or a place where setting up a large tree isn’t possible. You can customize the tree colours to suit a personality too. Maybe even a frozen blue tree or even white to name a couple of ideas.

The Crochet Tutorial Version

I saw this tree as a regular home decor item minus out the Christmas flare to it. I used the same hook size but switched the yarn for Red Heart Colorscape. I used almost 3 balls of yarn. The yarn changes on its own. For the upper leaves where there is just a row or two, when I was doing the bigger leaves, I would make a smaller leave in the same colour tone. If you wait, the top leaves will be very close to the same colours as they don’t take much yarn. I talk about it in the tutorial as well.

Crochet Tree Decor

Crochet Tree Decor. 3 Balls of Red Heart Colorscape. The colour shown is called Paris.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Make It Merry Tree

Tutorial

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