20 Crochet Christmas Tree Patterns to Capture the Christmas Spirit

by craftyclub

Tis the season to be crafty!


Whether you’re making gifts for everyone on your list or decorating your house, your crochet hook is a handy tool for the holiday season. With these crochet christmas tree patterns, you are sure to find a style that suits your taste and fits your decor.

1. Mini Christmas Tree Amigurumi

Christmas Tree Amigurumi – Free Crochet Pattern
Christmas Tree Amigurumi – Free Crochet Pattern (via Stringy Dingding)

Easy

This cute and cartoonish Christmas tree pattern is bound to spread holiday cheer. It has all the tell-tale marks of the season, from snowy branches to a bright and shining star.

This is a great project to make for a household with kids or a classroom, because the smiling faces send a sweet message to enjoy the season.

2. Snowy Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern and Tutorial

Crochet Christmas Tree Pdf Pattern/tutorial
Crochet Christmas Tree Pdf Pattern/tutorial (via Ludovic Toys)

Easy

For a more classic take on the iconic Christmas tree, try this beautiful crochet pattern. It swaps baubles for smiles and creates a much snowier scene with interchanging white lines with green.

Easy to make and an instant classic.

3. Flat Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern

Flat Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern
Flat Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern (via Desert Blossom Crafts)

Easy

Forget plastic and paper Christmas tags and bows. You can make your own to attach to a gift with this christmas tree crochet pattern.

These flat trees come together quickly and easily, and have so many purposes. From gift tags to ornaments, this simple crochet pattern is a must-have for the season.

4. Christmas Tree in a Cup

Christmas Tree in a cup
Christmas Tree in a cup (via Crochet Toys Ukraine)

Intermediate

Cozy up with your crochet hook and a mug of hot cocoa and prepare to make this Christmas tree in a cup. The pattern is the perfect blend of holiday winter cheer that would make a beautiful decoration for a kitchen, breakfast nook, or coffee table.

5. Bobble Stitch Christmas Tree Trio

Bobble Stitch Christmas Tree Trio – Free Crochet Pattern
Bobble Stitch Christmas Tree Trio (via See Love Share)

Easy

This pattern is repetitive, but still has plenty of personality thanks to the 3D bobble stitch. If you’re experienced with the stitch or want to learn, try this crochet pattern in your favorite Christmas color.

It looks great when you have a few of them to set the scene, but you could even spice up the pattern and make one with varied colors. The choice is yours, the result is stunning.  

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6. Little Colorful Christmas Trees

Little Colorful Christmas Trees
Little Colorful Christmas Trees (via Zoom Yummy)

Easy

These colorful little crochet Christmas trees can hang from the ceiling or sit on a desk.

The pattern gives you plenty of options in terms of the look you want to create. Whether you’re going for solid green with ornaments or festive season stripes, this simple pattern can make your crafty Christmas dreams come true.

7. Simple Crochet Tree Set

Simple Crochet Tree Set Perfect Winter Pattern
Simple Crochet Tree Set Perfect Winter Pattern (via Winding Road Crochet)

Easy

You can have your very own Christmas tree farm with this simple crochet pattern. The best thing about this pattern is its versatility.

You can play with colors of the yarn, and create either a forest of standing trees or turn them into ornaments. With an easy pattern like this, there’s plenty of creative wiggle room.

8. Minimalist Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern

Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern
Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern (via Renee Scholes Handmade)

Easy

Tiny, tall, or in between, this crochet christmas tree pattern is a simple reference for making minimalist Christmas trees.

It all starts with a magic ring, and then works through rounds using single crochet, double crochet, increases and decreases. It’s relatively easy to make, but having a little experience with these stitches would be helpful.

9. Small Foldable Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern

Small Foldable Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern
Small Foldable Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern (via Nicki’s Homemade Crafts)

Easy

Don’t like the stuffed-tree look? Try this foldable style instead.

Building it only requires four basic stitches: chain, single crochet, decrease and slip stitch. That means that no matter your experience level, you can create this fanciful tree for the holidays.

10. XL Christmas Tree Amigurumi Pattern

Christmas Tree XL - amigurumi crochet pattern
Christmas Tree XL – amigurumi crochet pattern (via Dinegurumi)

Intermediate

At 50 cm tall, this is an extra large decor pattern with lots of personality. The pattern walks you through the process, step by step, but this isn’t one you can expect to finish in one sitting.

Instead, the elaborate design is really only made from simple stitches, but the many elements –like the face, the baubles, and the candy canes, require a little extra attention.

11. Three-sided Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern

Free Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern
Free Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern (via Favecrafts)

Easy

This christmas tree pattern brings you back to basics. While the tree itself is very simple, it pops with the addition of easy-to-crochet stringing “lights” and buttons as Christmas baubles.

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Using just single, double, and chain stitches, this is a wonderfully easy pattern to follow to kick off the holiday season.

12. Christmas Tree Applique Crochet Pattern

Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern
Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern (via Golden Lucy Crafts)

Easy

For a Christmas tree applique, try this pattern. It works up quickly and very simply, and the flat style makes it an easy add to any attire or gifts.

The simple pattern is one that you’ll be able to revisit for plenty of crafting opportunities. Attach it to bags, hats, or sweaters, or string it up as garland.

13. Crochet Christmas Gnome pattern

Crochet Christmas tree Gnome pattern
Crochet Christmas tree Gnome pattern (via Pam Pinostore)

Intermediate

Gnomes are considered symbols of good luck, making them a creative element to bring to any season. This one which is tucked under an adorable Christmas tree can only really be spotted by his great beard.

14. Lily Sugar’n Cream Christmas Trees

Lily Sugar'n Cream Christmas Trees
Lily Sugar’n Cream Christmas Trees (via Yarnspirations)

Easy

Showcase your love for crafts with this Christmas tree pattern. A classic cone shape, what really makes it stand out are the button ornaments. Spice up the pattern with a star on top and you have the perfect addition to your decoration collection.

15. Crochet Christmas Tree Hat

Crochet A Christmas Tree Hat For Baby
Crochet A Christmas Tree Hat For Baby (via Too Cute Crochet)

Easy

If you’re a fan of wearing your excitement of the season, try this pattern.

Although it looks undeniably cute on babies, you can make it in sizes that reach up to adults. It has a lot of fun texture and detail, but really it comes together with very basic stitches.

15. Cone Christmas Tree Crochet Patterns

Cone Christmas Tree Crochet Patterns
Cone Christmas Tree Crochet Patterns (via Petals To Picots)

Easy

The cone Christmas tree decor is a classic holiday look, and now you can make it yourself with this crochet pattern.

It starts with a magic ring and works up using single crochets. Varying your shades of green gives you this beautiful striped-look, but it’s just as festive in a solid hue with a star on top.

16. Christmas Tree Cuddle Buddy Crochet Pattern

Christmas Tree Cuddle Buddy Crochet Pattern
Christmas Tree Cuddle Buddy Crochet Pattern (via HC Crochets)

Easy

For a simple and adorable amigurumi Christmas tree pattern, you have to try this cuddle buddy. It’s easy enough to make in an afternoon through single, half double, and double crochet stitches.

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Of course, the happy face is optional, but it’s easy to do and really adds a cheerful element to the end result.

17. Decorative Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern

Christmas Tree – Free Crochet Pattern
Christmas Tree – Free Crochet Pattern (via Hello Yellow Yarn)

Easy

Classy and cute, this Christmas tree pattern works plenty of holiday details into its minimalist design. The classic, every day stitches used means that beginners can jump into this pattern and create an impressive end result.

18. Tiered Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern

Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern
Crochet Christmas Tree Pattern (via Hooked On Fandom)

Easy

If you love the look of layer branches of the Christmas tree, try this crochet pattern. The pattern is beginner-friendly, but will call for various-sized hooks to achieve the Christmas tree shape.

Bring in white yarn for the snow-capped look or drape yours in colorful lights, but the real highlight of these patterns is the Christmas skirt and option for presents under the tree.

19. Simple Amigurumi Christmas Tree

Little Amigurumi Christmas Tree
Little Amigurumi Christmas Tree (via Lilleliis)

Easy

These little amigurumi Christmas trees are easy to make and give you room to add your own flair. The crochet element is very easy, using just single crochet chain, and slip stitch.

To complete this craft, you’ll need super glue and a pot to “plant” it in so that it stands and gives you the full Christmas tree effect.

20. Farmhouse Tree Crochet Pattern

Farmhouse Tree Crochet Pattern
Farmhouse Tree Crochet Pattern (via Firefly Crochets)

Easy

If you’re’ someone who struggles to keep indoor plants alive, or you just love the idea of a realistic-looking evergreen, this is the best crochet Christmas tree pattern for you.

The beautiful branches are inspired by nature realism, and add a touch of class and style to any decorated space.

Closing Thoughts

Whether you do a lot of decorating or prefer a subdued holiday season, a crochet Christmas tree is the perfect addition. They make for beautiful center-pieces, festive ornaments, or easy-to-do gifts to send seasonal greetings.

These patterns all have a different personality, giving you the chance to find and create the perfect decoration or holiday gift.

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