Christmas Tree Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern

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Add some rustic interest to your holiday decor with this Evergreen Christmas Tree Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern. Tassels and garland really make this motif the star of your holiday decor. Get the pattern for free! #christmastreewallhanging #wallhangingcrochetpattern #freecrochetpattern #crochetforchristmas

Day 26 of our 30 Days of Cozy brings us this rustic and festive Evergreen Christmas Tree Wall Hanging from Sarah of Crochet Pretty. Here’s what she has to say about her design:

Who doesn’t love decorating for the holidays when there are so many options to play with to make your home cozy and inviting! The Evergreen Christmas Tree Wall Hanging will add some color and some cozy to your home for you and your family to enjoy! This pattern works up quick, so put on your favorite Christmas movie and have some fun making something beautiful for your home!

 


 

 

Christmas Tree Wall Hanging Crochet PatternAre you ready to make your own?

 

 

 

MATERIALS

Hook size: 6mm/5.5mm/4.5mm/4.0mm

Yarn type and yardage: Red Heart with Love (Evergreen & Tan), Caron Simply Soft (Bone & Autumn Red)

Scissors

Tapestry Needle

Button of your choice

Branch (for hanging finished piece)

Jute or twine

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STITCHES USED

  • CH:      chain
  • SC:       single crochet
  • SLST:   slip stitch
  • ST(S):  stitch(es)
  • HDC:   half double crochet
  • DC:    double crochet
  • HDC FLO: half double crochet front loop only
  • HDC BLO: half double crochet back loop only

PATTERN DETAILS

  • Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate
  • US Terminology
  • Gauge: 10 SC x 10 rows = 4×4 inch square (using 6mm hook and holding two strands   together)
  • Stitch used for gauge: single crochet
  • Measurement(s): 12.5” wide x 27” long (this is measured at the widest part of the tree and the length is measured from top of tree topper to bottom of tree trunk)
  • Yarn is always being help using 2 strands, except when making tree topper and ornaments.
  • No matter your skill level, I always suggest that you read through the pattern from beginning to end before beginning your work just to be sure you don’t have any questions that might cause frustration during your project.
  • This pattern is made in 3 sections for the tree (bottom, middle, top) which are then stitched together. The tree topper, tree trunk and ornaments are then sewn onto the tree.
  • Chain(s) at beginning of rows DO NOT count as a stitch.
  • 6mm hook is used for tree sections and tree trunk

Special Stitch

BOBBLE: Yarn over, insert hook into designated stitch (3 loops on hook)

Yarn over (5 loops on hook). Yarn over (7 loops on hook). Yarn over (9   loops on hook). Yarn over and pull through all 9 loops. Chain 1.

 

EVERGREEN CHRISTMAS TREE WALL HANGING CROCHET PATTERN

Using 6mm hook

BOTTOM SECTION OF TREE

Chain 17

Row 1 – SC in 2nd chain from the hook. 1 SC in each stitch across. (16 SC)

Row 2 – Chain 2, turn. 2 DC in first stitch. 1 DC in next stitch. *2 DC in next, 1 DC in next* repeat * to end. (24 DC)

Row 3 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC in each stitch across. (24 DC)

Rows 4-6 Repeat row 3

Row 7 – Chain 2, turn. *2 DC, 1 DC* repeat * until last stich, place 2 DC. (26 DC)

Rows 8-10 Repeat row 7

Row 11 ALL STITCHES IN THIS ROW WILL BE DONE IN THE BACK LOOP ONLY     Chain 1, turn. 1 SC in the same stitch, skip next stitch, 4 DC in next stitch. Skip next stitch. *1 SC, skip one stitch, 4 DC in next, skip one stitch, 1 SC* Repeat across until the last 2 stitches. 4 DC in next and 1 SC in last stitch. (9 SC) (32 DC)

Row 12ALL STITCHES IN THIS ROW WILL BE DONE IN THE FRONT LOOP ONLY     Chain 2, turn. 1 SC in same stitch as chain 2. *1 DC into each of the next 4 stitches (which will be the 4 DC from the previous row). 1 SC in the next stitch* (which will be the SC from previous row). FASTEN OFF. Leave a long tail.

MIDDLE SECTION OF TREE

Chain 12

Row 1 – SC in 2nd chain from the hook. 1 SC in each chain across. (11 SC)

Row 2 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC in same stitch. *2 DC in next stitch, 1 DC in next* repeat from * to end. (16 DC)

Row 3 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC in each stitch across. (16 DC)

Rows 4-6 Repeat row 3

Row 7 – Chain 2, turn. 2 DC in same stitch. 1 DC in the next 14 stitches. 2 DC in last stitch. (18 DC)

Rows 8-10 Repeat row 7

Row 11 – Repeat row 7 until you have a total of 28 DC.

Row 12ALL STITCHES DONE INTO THE BACK LOOP ONLY.     Chain 1, turn. 1SC. Skip one stitch, *4 DC in the next stitch, skip one stitch, 1 SC in next* repeat from * until you have 2 stitches left. 4 DC in second to last stitch, 1 SC in last stitch. (28 DC) (8 SC)

Row 13ALL STITCHES DONE INTO THE FRONT LOOP ONLY     Chain 2, turn. 1 SC in same stitch as chain 2. *1 DC into each of the next 4 stitches (which will be the 4 DC from the previous row). 1 SC in the next stitch* (which will be the SC from previous row). FASTEN OFF. Leave a long tail.

TOP SECTION OF TREE

Chain 4. In 4th chain from hook place 2 DC. (2 DC)

Row 1 – Chain 2, turn. 2 DC into each stitch across. (4 DC)

Row 2 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC into each stitch. (4 DC)

Row 3 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC in first stitch, 2 DC into each of the next 2 stitches. 1 DC into the last stitch. (6 DC)

Row 4 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC in the first 2 stitches. 2 DC into each of the next 2 stitches. 1 DC into each of the last 2 stitches. (8 DC)

Row 5 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC in each stitch across. (8 DC)

Row 6 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC in next 3 stitches. 2 DC in next 2 stitches. 1 DC in the last 3 stitches. (10 DC)

Row 7 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC in next 4 stitches. 2 DC in next 2 stitches. 1 DC in the last 4 stitches. (12 DC)

Row 8 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC in next 5 stitches. 2 DC in next 2 stitches. 1 DC in the last 5 stitches. (14 DC)

Row 9 – Chain 2, turn. 1 DC in each stitch. (14 DC)

Row 10 – Chain 2, turn. 2 DC in first stitch. 1 DC in next 12 stitches. 2 DC in last stitch. (16 DC)

Row 11 – Chain 2, turn. 2 DC in first stitch. 1 DC in next 14 stitches, 2 DC in last stitch. (18 DC)

Row 12 – Chain 2, turn. 2 DC in first stitch. 1 DC in next 16 stitches. 2 DC in last stitch. (20 DC)

Row 13 – Chain 2, turn. 2 DC in first stitch. 1 DC in next 18 stitches. 2 DC in last stitch. (22 DC)

Row 14ALL STITCHES DONE INTO THE BACK LOOP ONLY     Chain 2, turn. 1 SC in first stitch. *Skip one stitch, 4 DC in next stitch, skip 1 stitch, 1 SC in next stitch* repeat from * until you reach the last 4 stitches. Skip 1 stitch, 4 DC in next, skip 1 stitch, 1 SC in last stitch.

Row 15ALL STITCHES DONE INTO THE FRONT LOOP ONLY     Chain 2, turn. 1 SC in same stitch as chain 2. *1 DC into each of the next 4 stitches (which will be the 4 DC from the previous row). 1 SC in the next stitch* (which will be the SC from previous row). FASTEN OFF. Leave a long tail.

TRUNK

Chain 12. In 3rd chain from hook 1 HDC. 1 HDC in remaining chains across. (10 HDC)

Row 1 – Chain 2, turn. 1 HDC in each stitch. (10 HDC)

Row 2 – Chain 2, turn. 1 HDC in back loop only into each stitch. (10 HDC BLO)

Row 3 – Chain 2, turn. 1 HDC in front loop only into each stitch. (10 HDC FLO)

Row 4 – repeat row 2

Row 5 – repeat row 3

Row 6 – repeat row 2

FASTEN OFF

ORNAMENTS

(using hook sizes 4.0 and 4.5mm) (colors are bone & autumn red)

Magic Ring. Chain 1. Place 5 SC into MR. Slip stitch into first SC. FASTEN OFF

Magic Ring. Chain 1. Place 4 SC into MR. Slip stitch into first SC. FASTEN OFF

Alternate between hook sizes and number of SC to make different size ornaments. Make as many as you want to add to your tree.

To add to tree, place ornaments where you would like them positioned and using a tapestry needle sew directly onto tree.

TREE TOPPER

(using 5.5mm hook)

Magic Ring. Chain 1. 7 HDC into the ring, slip stitch to first HDC.

Row 1 – Chain 2. 2 HDC in each stitch. (14 HDC)

Row 2 – Chain 2. 1 Bobble stich into each HDC. (14 Bobbles)

Row 3 – Chain 2. 2 Bobble stitches into each bobble stitch and chain 1 space from previous row. Before completing the slip stitch to first bobble, change color to red, then complete your slip stitch.

Row 4 – Chain 1. 1 SC into each bobble stitch.

FASTEN OFF

Attach your button of choice to the middle of the tree topper with your tapestry needle.

ATTACHING TREE PIECES

To attach the tree together you will: Lay out the 3 sections from the top piece to the bottom with wrong side facing you (picture below shows how it should look with wrong side facing). Lay the bottom section overlapping the middle section by an inch and a half. Take the long piece of yarn you left after you fastened off the middle section and sew together. Repeat the same with the top and middle section except overlap 2 inches.

ATTACHING TREE TRUNK

To attach tree trunk, you will use a tapestry needle. Position the trunk between the middle two shells (there should be a total of 8 shells at the bottom). Using the tapestry needle go through the bottom stitches of that last row (which will be row 12 of bottom section of tree) and then back through the tree trunk, continue doing this until the tree trunk is fully attached.

ADDING TASSELS

To make tassels, cut yarn in 6” pieces. Taking two strands at a time attach to the last row of shells in the middle section and to the last row of shells of the top section as well.

ADDING “GARLAND”

Garland, as I like to think of it, would be referring to the red and gold yarn that is woven into the loops of each of the bottom 2 rows of shells on each section of the tree. To do this cut a long piece of yarn and thread it through your tapestry needle. Take your needle and insert it into the outer loop of shell section, weaving around each loop (see picture below).

Christmas Tree Wall Hanging Garland Tutorial

 

ATTACHING TREE TOPPER

To attach tree topper, take a piece of yarn in the gold color and thread through your tapestry needle. Then insert it through the middle section of the back of the tree topper. Place the tree topper on top of the top section of the tree, overlap as much or as little as you would like. Then just take your tapestry needle and sew directly onto the tree top section. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Christmas Tree Wall Hanging Topper Tutorial

ATTACHING BRANCH

*You can omit attaching the branch to your wall hanging and just use pushpins as stated below*

To attach the branch to your wall hanging, thread yarn through your tapestry needle. Place branch right below the tree topper on your wall hanging, with your tapestry needle go in through the back side of one side then over the branch and then back through the same spot that you came in first. Repeat this until you get to the end of the tree top. Weave in ends.

To hang I used 3 small pushpins and placed them at the top of the tree topper and on both sides of it. The pushpins I used were clear.

Branch Tutorial for Christmas Tree Wall Hanging

And that my friends is how you make your very own Evergreen Christmas Tree Wall Hanging! Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday season!!!!

-Crochet Pretty

ONCE YOUR PROJECT IS FINISHED

I know you’re going to love making the Christmas Tree Wall Hanging and I so look forward to seeing your finished product.

Be sure to share photos on social media using the hashtag #30DaysofCozy so we can all see your project and give you all-the-hearts. 💖💖💖

I can’t wait to see your creations!

Until then, stay cozy and keep on yarning. ♥

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Crochet Designer Sarah CarverSarah Carver

Sarah Carver is the face behind the blog Crochet Pretty. She is a self-taught left-handed crochet designer and lover of anything handmade. A Kansas native with two boys ages 16 and 13, married to her high school sweetheart for 17 years. Drawing inspiration from anywhere she can her ultimate goal is to give fellow crochet artists quality patterns and to leave her blog with the desire to come back! As a maker she finds that crocheting allows self-expression through the pieces she designs.

WEBSITE: Crochet Pretty

 

 

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Add some rustic interest to your holiday decor with this Evergreen Christmas Tree Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern. Tassels and garland really make this motif the star of your holiday decor. Get the pattern for free! #christmastreewallhanging #wallhangingcrochetpattern #freecrochetpattern #crochetforchristmas

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