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Free Pattern: Princessy Christmas Tree

Updated: Aug 9, 2021

Hello all!

Here comes another free pattern for Christmas this year! I wanted to try combining crochet techniques with basic decorations so it feels like decorating your own mini Christmas tree 🎄😍



Only for personal use, not for commercial use.

If I find out anyone who's selling this tree with the exact pattern I made/ claiming as theirs, you will be hunted down. Mark my words (ಠ益ಠ╬)

Difficulty level: Beginner


-For crocheters who already knew how to make a magic circle, single crochet, increases and decreases.


-Crochet hook of 2.5mm

-8 ply yarn of desired tree colour

-Thick fluffy yarn (for tree decoration)

-Ribbons and sequins (for tree decoration)

-Needle for threading


-Embroidery thread of desired colour (for eyes)

-Felt (for mouth)



Magic circle: check out my tutorial at

sc: single crochet

inc: increase

dec: decrease



Row 1: magic circle of 3

Row 2: Inc to 6 (2sc in a single stitch x 6)

Row 3: Inc to 9 (1sc, 2sc in a single stitch, x 3)

Row 4: Inc to 12 (1sc, 1sc, 2sc in a single stitch, x 3)

Row 5: Inc to 18 (1sc, 2sc in a single stitch, x 6)

Row 6: Inc to 24 (1sc, 1sc, 2sc in a single stitch, x 6)

Row 7-9: Sc all around for 3 rows (24)

Row 10: Inc to 30 with back loop (1sc, 1sc, 1sc, 2sc in a single stitch, x 6)

Row 11-13: Sc all around for 3 rows (30)

Row 14: Inc to 36 through back loop (1sc, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc, 2sc in a single stitch, x 6)

Row 15-18: Sc all around for 3 rows (36)

Row 19: Sc all around through back loop (36)

Row 20: Dec to 30

Row 21: Dec to 24

Row 22: Dec to 18, start stuffing tree

Row 23: Dec to 12

Row 24: Dec to 6

*Finish off with sewing the ends into the crochet*

*back loops are markers for the tree's garland)


Eyes and mouth

Eye position: embroider eyes in the 6th row from the top, with 4 stitches space in between

Mouth: cut felt shaped into the mouth of your choice

Blush: to add on the sides of the sides of the cheeks as you wish


Ribbons and sequins

Place ribbon and sequins on top of tree and sew them on. I used a very thick ribbon of organza ribbon (5cm wide, folded into half), leaving a tail of ~5cm, for my tree.

To achieve the curly ribbon effect, I twirled the ends of my ribbon and sew it onto the sides of the tree.


With the 3 back loop rows of the tree, either:

-Wrap and sew fluffy yarn along the rows

-Crochet through back loops using fluffy yarn all around

-Crochet little edges of your own choice using single stitches, or any kind of stitches!

This was done using single crochets through the back loops with fluffy yarn.


And you're done with your very own Princessy tree! It looks good as a life sized tree for other palm sized crochets!

Hope that you guys enjoyed the tutorial and do tag me in your creations on Instagram (@momo.rave) if you have tried my pattern!





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