Christmas Tree Free Crochet Pattern Main Image

Christmas Tree Free Crochet Pattern – Holiday Home Decor

I don’t know about you, but holiday home decorating is SERIOUS business around my house. There is a whole tradition around it and adding any new decorations to the mix takes family meeting decision making. Lucky for me, these crochet Christmas trees passed the family vote! This tree trio will add a simple yet elegant touch to your holiday home decor. Start this christmas tree free crochet pattern tonight and you’ll be done with it before your favorite show is over!

OR PIN IT FOR LATER…

Christmas Tree Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

Made with increase rounds of double crochet, and a special twist to add some texture, these trees come together SUPER quick and easy. Perfect for the beginner to show off your crochet skills with this as the centerpiece of your Christmas dinner table!

If you’re ready to go, you can find the printable pattern available for free in the Resource Library here!

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Materials you will need for the Christmas Tree Free Crochet Pattern:

Valley Yarns Berkshire Bulky | 85% Wool/15% Alpaca | Bulk weight
BURGUNDY (small tree) x1 skein – you’ll use 37g of a 100g skein
DARK BROWN HEATHER (medium tree) x1 skein – you’ll use 66g of a 100g skein
OLIVE (large tree) x1 skein – you’ll use nearly the whole 100g skein
– 6.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
– 12″ x 18″ thick art paper (or other heavy duty paper or cereal box, or similar) for making cones to hold the shape of the trees. Alternatively, you could lightly stuff them.

Christmas Tree Free Crochet Pattern Image with Lights and Holiday Sign

Skills & Pattern Abbreviations:

  • st (stitch)
  • sl st (slip stitch)
  • hk (hook)
  • sc (single crochet)
  • dc (double crochet)
  • bpdc (back post double crochet)
  • inc (increase)
  • (…) x – repeat instructions within parenthesis indicated number of times
  • […] – number of stitches in row/round

Get the full printable PDF for the Christmas Tree free crochet pattern here!

Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern Close up of Base

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Size & Gauge:

Size:
Small tree: 8.5″ x 4.5″
Medium Tree: 11″ x 5.25″
Large Tree: 15″ x 7″

Gauge: 4”x4” of double crochet = 10 stitches x 7 rows. Ultimately with these, gauge doesn’t matter. It won’t have to fit someone’s body or a specific space. My patterns will include the size of the finished piece based on the yarn and hook I use. But if you want it smaller or bigger, just use a bigger yarn and hook!

Christmas Tree Trio Crochet with Owl

I’d love to see your finished Christmas trees! Post pics on instagram and tag me @offthebeatenhook. Enjoy!

Love free crochet patterns? Here’s a couple more seasonal patterns you might be interested in, but there are MANY more in my free crochet pattern library!

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Apple Free Crochet Pattern

Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Honeycrisp, Gala or Fuji – there’s something for everyone in this crochet apple pattern! Pick your favorite and dive in. Whether it’s for a teacher’s gift or an addition to your own collection, these apples come together super quickly and easily with continuous rounds of single crochet. So in celebration of this juicy autumn bounty, here is an apple free crochet pattern for you!

Apple Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

Realistic and charming, these crochet apples will make the perfect, vibrant addition to your little one’s toy food collection or to your crochet fruit and veg centerpiece. The pattern includes the method for crocheting the apple in 2 different color ways – solid green or red, and a combo of green & red like a honeycrisp apple. So, pick your favorite and go for it!

If you’re ready to go, you can find the printable 7-page pattern available for free in the Resource Library here!

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Materials you will need for the Apple Free Crochet Pattern:

Stylecraft Naturals 100% Organic Cotton: (DK/light worsted)
LEAF (green) x1 ball
POPPY (red) – x1 ball
-Brown leftovers (stem)
-Dark green leftovers (leaf)
3.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
– Stuffing (here’s a great chance to use all those tiny yarn snippets you’ve been saving for stuffing!)

Crochet Apples Image Box

Skills & Pattern Abbreviations:

  • st (stitch)
  • sl st (slip stitch)
  • hk (hook)
  • sc (single crochet)
  • hdc (half double crochet)
  • dc (double crochet)
  • inc (increase)
  • dec (decrease)
  • (…) x – repeat instructions within parenthesis indicated number of times
  • […] – number of stitches in row/round

Get the full printable PDF for the apple free crochet pattern here!

Crochet apples in a line green red honeycrisp

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Size & Gauge:

Size: The apple will end up being 2.5″ tall x 3″ wide – a realistic size for an apple.

Gauge: 4”x4” of single crochet = 28 stitches x 30 rows. Ultimately with toys, gauge doesn’t matter. It won’t have to fit someone’s body or a specific space. My patterns will include the size of the finished toy based on the yarn and hook I use. But if you want it smaller or bigger, just use a bigger yarn and hook! Just remember, when crocheting toys, crochet tightly and choose a hook one size smaller than the yarn size recommends in order to avoid holes between each stitch where the stuffing will show through.

Crochet apples green and red

I’d love to see your finished apples! Post pics on instagram and tag me @offthebeatenhook. Enjoy!

Love crochet amigurumi? I have more free food toy patterns! Here’s a couple you might be interested in, but there are MANY more in my free crochet pattern library!

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Crochet Rainbow Carrot Main Image in Burlap Sack

Rainbow Carrot Free Crochet Pattern

Carrots have always been one of my very favorite vegetables. I remember as a small girl, pulling them up out of our garden with my dad, rinsing them in the hose and eating them fresh within minutes of pulling them from the warm earth – long dangly root and all. When it comes to eating vegetables it just doesn’t get much better than that. These days, I absolutely love cooking with rainbow carrots in-particular. Their vibrant and interesting color adds such a special touch to the dinner plate. So in honor of these beautiful market vegetables, here is a rainbow carrot free crochet pattern for you!

Rainbow Carrot Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin Image

Realistic and adorable, these crochet rainbow carrots will make the perfect, vibrant addition to your little one’s toy food collection or to your crochet fruit and veg centerpiece. The pattern includes the method for crocheting the carrots in 2 different sizes. So, if you want to make an entire interactive bunch of carrots, the different sizes will make it more interesting.

If you’re ready to go, you can find the printable pattern available for free in the Resource Library here!

Rainbow Carrot Crochet Pattern Preview Photo

Materials you will need for the Rainbow Carrot Free Crochet Pattern:

Stylecraft Naturals 100% Organic Cotton: (DK/light worsted)
JADE (large carrot stems) x1 ball
SEAGREEN (small carrot stems) – x1 ball
BUTTERMILK (carrot) – x1 ball
BLUE DUSK (carrot) – x1 ball
CARROT (carrot) – x1 ball
BONE (lateral root scars) x1 (or any leftover yarn you have in a cream-ish color)
3.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
– Stuffing (here’s a great chance to use all those tiny yarn snippets you’ve been saving for stuffing!)

Crochet Carrots Small and Large

Skills & Pattern Abbreviations:

  • st (stitch)
  • sl st (slip stitch)
  • hk (hook)
  • sc (single crochet)
  • inc (increase)
  • dec (decrease)
  • (…) x – repeat instructions within parenthesis indicated number of times
  • […] – number of stitches in row/round

Get the full printable PDF for the Rainbow Carrots free crochet pattern here!

Market Vegetable Carrot Bunch Crochet

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I’d love to see your finished rainbow carrots! Post pics on instagram and tag me @offthebeatenhook. Enjoy!

Love crochet amigurumi? I have more free food toy patterns! Here’s a couple you might be interested in, but there are MANY more in my free crochet pattern library!

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Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern Image of all 3 sizes

Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern

I have a love/hate relationship with broccoli. I LOVE to eat it, and fortunately, my husband and my son do too. Give it to me raw with a bit of ranch or hummus, steamed with butter and salt, cooked into a casserole, as a pasta topping, as a salad with a creamy or vinaigrette dressing, grated, stir fried, in soup, in your eggs. The ways to eat it are endless and it makes an appearance once a week on our dinner table in some way, shape or form. So, when Benjamin requested broccoli to be added to his crochet toys, I was surprised that I hadn’t made a stalk for him yet! So finally, here it is… for him and for you…a broccoli free crochet pattern!

Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

Realistic and charming, these crochet broccoli bits will make the perfect, colorful addition to your little one’s toy food collection or do your crochet fruit and veg centerpiece. The pattern includes the method of crocheting the broccoli 3 different ways: the large stalk, large floret with stems and small floret. The printable pattern is available for free in the Resource Library here!

Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern Preview Image

Materials you will need for the Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern:

Schachenmayr 100% Organic Cotton: Sea Green x1 (DK/light worsted)
Stylecraft Naturals 100% Organic Cotton: Artichoke – x1 (DK/light worsted)
3.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
– Stuffing (here’s a great chance to use all those tiny yarn snippets you’ve been saving for stuffing!)

Skills & Pattern Abbreviations:

  • st (stitch)
  • sc (single crochet)
  • dc (double crochet)
  • hdc (half double crochet)
  • TcBo (triple crochet bobble)
  • BLO (back loop only)
  • FLO (front loop only)
  • inc (increase)
  • dec (decrease)
  • sl st (slip stitch)

Get the full printable pattern for the Broccoli here!

Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern Image Large Stalk

This post contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you. If you purchase materials through these links I earn a small commission which helps support my small business and allows me to continue to create free patterns for you! So, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support!

I’d love to see your finished broccoli bits! Post pics on instagram and tag me @offthebeatenhook. Enjoy!

Love crochet amigurumi? I have more free food toy patterns! Here’s a couple you might be interested in, but there are MANY more in my free crochet pattern library!

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Alpine Bath Loofah Free Crochet Pattern Main Image

Loofah Free Crochet Pattern – the Alpine Bath Collection

Add a little luxury spa to your bath with this handmade crochet loofah. Made with 100% organic cotton, this washable shower pouf is the perfect balance between gentle exfoliation from the texture and soft cleansing from the super soft cotton fiber. This loofah also makes a great gift individually or as part of the complete Alpine Bath Spa Set. The printable Loofah free crochet pattern can be downloaded from the Resource Library here.

Alpine Bath Loofah Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

One of the things I love about this loofah is the perfect texture. The super soft organic cotton is made up into a scrunchy fabric that’s perfect for gentle exfoliation and washing. Plus, since it’s 100% cotton, you can simply machine wash and dry!

The Alpine Bath Loofah pattern is also available for instant download from my Etsy shop.

Alpine Bath Loofah Free Crochet Pattern Preview Image

This loofah pattern is part of the complete Alpine Bath Spa Set which includes 4 crocheted bath items that make a perfect gift for yourself or someone you love! The spa set includes patterns for soap saver, loofah shower pouf, washcloth and face scrubbies with a basket to hold them in. You can find the Alpine Bath Spa Set pattern bundle here.

Materials you will need for the Alpine Bath Loofah Free Crochet Pattern:

Rico Essentials Organic Cotton Aran | 100% organic cotton
4.50 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers

Skills & Pattern Abbreviations:


ch (chain)
st (stitch)
hk (hook)
sl st (slip stitch)
dc (double crochet)
inc (increase)
(…)x (repeat instructions indicated number of times)
[…] total number of stitches in round

Get the full printable pattern for the loofah here!

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Arkose Duster Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern Main Image

Arkose Duster Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

My favorite thing about this duster cardigan is the drape. Even though I use worsted weight yarn, I’ve increased the standard “recommended” hook size and used a long stitch pattern to create a really loose and delicious drape. The duster provides cover and warmth, but is much lighter than a jacket. In fact, the duster is made up with 100% cotton which not only makes it machine washable but makes it breathable and super soft. It is named Arkose after a sandstone with a similar color as the yarn I used, but you can choose your favorite color for your version of this duster cardigan free crochet pattern!

Arkose Duster Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

This free pattern is supported by ads on my blog. You can also purchase the ad-free, printable pattern from my Etsy shop.

The 10-page PDF printable pattern includes lots of helpful in-the-making photos as well as a size chart that includes measurements and stitch counts for all the different sizes. The size chart and related tips show you how to customize the sizes to fit you perfectly. Whether you want the length longer, the sleeves shorter, the body wider – it’s all there!

Otherwise, let’s get to the Arkose Duster Cardigan free crochet pattern right here and now!

Arkose Duster Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern Preview Image

Gauge:

4”x4” = 13 stitches x 5 rows of double crochet.

I encourage you to make a small rectangle swatch to be sure your gauge is correct. It’s also a good idea to measure now and again and try it on as you go along. This will ensure your duster will fit right when it’s done! This cardigan has a lot of drape and flexibility so gauge is a general guideline.

Sizing:

This pattern is written in size XS with sizes S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL & 5XL following in parenthesis like this: XS(S, M, L, XL)(2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL). The size can be easily modified by taking your measurements and adjusting the number of stitches or rows. The model pictured is wearing size XS with height 5’4 and a bust of 33″.

TIP: The written pattern also includes a detail sizing grid with measurements in inches and the number of rows and stitches for each size. Using the sizing grid compared to your measurements will allow you to easily customize the coverup to your exact measurements.

Length Measurement:

XS: 42″
S: 43.2″
M: 45″
L: 46.5″
XL: 48″
2XL: 49.5″
3XL: 51″
4XL: 52.5″
5XL: 54″

Bust Measurement: the bust measurements here are based on the cardigan laying flat and closed. Just remember when you wear it, it will add several inches across the front because it will be worn open (as pictured). So, don’t let these measurements throw you off because they will definitely “look” too tight.

XS: 32″
S: 34″
M: 36″
L: 38″
XL: 40″
2XL: 42″
3XL: 44″
4XL: 46″
5XL: 48″

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Materials you will need for the Arkose Duster Cardigan free crochet pattern:

Abbreviations used in this pattern:

ch – chain
st – stitch
sk – skip
sl st – slip stitch
fdc – foundation double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
dc – double crochet
tc – treble crochet
[…] – number of stitches in row
(…) x – repeat instructions indicated number of times

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The Pattern

Main Body:

NOTES:

  • The main body is worked in rows, turning at the end of each row – the number of turning chains will be specified per row and will vary from 2-4
  • The turning chain always counts as a stitch
  • Wrong side (ws) will be indicated so you can keep track of the outside and inside of the cardi

Row 1 (ws): fdc 96(102, 108, 114, 120)(126, 132, 138, 144), ch 3, turn

Row 2: (fpdc in next st, bpdc in next st) x across, ch 3, turn

Row 3: (bpdc in next st, fpdc in next st) x across, ch 3, turn

Row 4-7: sk next st, dc across, ch 4, turn

Row 8: sk next 2, tc in next, tc in last skipped st, (sk next st, tc in next st, tc in last sk st) x across, ending with tc in turning ch), ch 2, turn

Row 9: sk next st, hdc across, ch 4, turn

Row 10-15: repeat rows 8-9 (ending with the hdc row)

Row 16-19: repeat rows 4-7

Row 20-27: repeat rows 8-15

Row 28-31: repeat rows 4-7

Row 32-39: rep rows 8-15, ending with a ch 3 rather than a ch 4, turn

At this point, the rest of the body of the cardigan is worked using dc rows. Soon, you will divide the rectangle into 3 section – 1 for the back and 2 for the front panels. You can easily adjust the length of the cardigan by adding dc rows before you do the dividing as just described.

Row 40-43(45, 46, 48, 49)(51, 52, 54, 55): dc in each st across

Divide work into 3 sections for back & front panels: The back will have 54(58, 60, 64, 66))(70, 72, 76, 78) st, each side panel will have 21(22, 24, 25, 27)(28, 30, 31, 33) st

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Panels:

NOTES:

  • You will now be working on the 3 panels as divided above
  • You will be working turning rows of dc
  • chain 3 and turn at the end of every row – the turning chain counts as a stitch
  • If you want the cardigan longer, continue to add dc rows to the panels until you find your perfect length

FRONT RIGHT PANEL:

Row 44-53(46-55, 47-57, 49-59, 50-61)(52-63, 53-65, 55-67, 56-69): dc in each st across [21](22, 24, 25, 27)(28, 30, 31, 33)

Fasten off.

BACK PANEL:

Rejoin yarn with a sl st in the next st marker for the back panel. When you make your first dc of row 44, be sure to not forget to dc in the st where you just rejoined the yarn with a sl st.

Row 44-53(46-55, 47-57, 49-59, 50-61)(52-63, 53-65, 55-67, 56-69): dc in each st across [54](58, 60, 64, 66))(70, 72, 76, 78)

Fasten off.

FRONT LEFT PANEL:

Rejoin yarn with a sl st in the next st marker for the front left panel. When you make your first dc of row 44, be sure to not forget to dc in the st where you just rejoined the yarn with a sl st.

Row 44-53(46-55, 47-57, 49-59, 50-61)(52-63, 53-65, 55-67, 56-69): dc in each st across [21](22, 24, 25, 27)(28, 30, 31, 33)

Fasten off and weave in end.

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Assembly of the main body:

  • Choose the side you want facing out, they will be very similar and it’s just up to you which side you like the look of better! But don’t stress about it, it’ll look great either way!
  • Lay the piece flat and fold the front panels inward to lay on top of the back panel, with the right side facing out.
  • Using a length of yarn and a tapestry needle, seam across the shoulders from the outside corner into the center using the whip stitch.
  • Fasten off and weave in all ends.

Ribbed border / collar:

Rejoin yarn at the front bottom corner (right or left, depending on if you’re right-handed or left-handed).

Row 1: dc* up the front edge, around the neck, and back down the opposite front edge, ch 3, turn *Remember, your panels have rows of hdc, dc AND tc. As you go along, be sure to place 1 dc in the end of the hdc rows, 2 dc in the end of the dc rows and 3 dc in the end of the tc rows.

Row 2: (fpdc in next st, bpdc in next st) around to the start of the other front edge where you began

Row 3: (bpdc in next st, fpdc in next st) around to the start of the other opposite front edge

Fasten off and weave in end. You’re almost there! All you need to do now is add the tapered sleeves to your Arkose Duster Cardigan free crochet pattern and you’ll be modeling it in no time.

Sleeves (Arkose Duster Cardigan free crochet pattern):

NOTES:

  • The sleeves are crocheted directly onto the cardigan
  • The sleeves are made using turning rounds, slip stitching, chaining 3, and turning after each round unless otherwise specified
  • The sleeves should have 40(40, 44, 44, 48)(48, 52, 52, 56) stitches around based on the sleeve opening.
  • Check the length of your sleeves as you near the end and add or subtract rows to achieve your desired length.

Rejoin yarn at sleeve opening in the armpit using a sl st and ch 3 which counts as your first dc

Rnd 1: dc in each st around the arm opening, placing 2 dc in the end of each row [40](40, 44, 44, 48)(48, 52, 52, 56)

Rnd 2-3(4, 6, 7, 8)(8, 9, 9, 10): dc in each st around [40](40, 44, 44, 48)(48, 52, 52, 56)

Rnd 4(5, 7, 8, 9)(9, 10, 10, 11): dc2tog in next st, dc in each remaining st around [39](39, 43, 43, 47)(47, 51, 51, 55)

Rnd 5(6, 7, 9, 10)(10, 11, 11, 12): dc in each st around [39](39, 43, 43, 47)(47, 51, 51, 55)

Rnd 6-19(7-20, 8-21, 10-23, 11-24)(11-24, 12-25, 12-25, 13-26): repeat rounds 4 & 5 [32](32, 36, 36, 40)(40, 44, 44, 48)

Rnd 20(21, 22, 24, 25)(25, 26, 26, 27): dc2tog in next st, dc in each remaining st around, ch 2 turn [31](31, 35, 35, 39)(39, 43, 43, 47)

Rnd 21(22, 23, 25, 26)(26, 27, 27, 28): hdc in each st around, ch 4, turn [31](31, 35, 35, 39)(39, 43, 43, 47)

Rnd 22(23, 24, 26, 27)(27, 28, 28, 29): sk next 2, tc in next st, tc in last skipped st, (sk next st, tc in next st, tc in last sk st) x around, ending with a tc in turning ch), ch 2, turn [31](31, 35, 35, 39)(39, 43, 43, 47)

Rnd 23(24, 25, 27, 28)(28, 29, 29, 30): sk next st, hdc around, ch 4, turn [31](31, 35, 35, 39)(39, 43, 43, 47)

Rnd 24-25(25-26, 26-27, 28-29, 29-30)(29-30, 30-31, 30-31, 31-32): repeat rows 22-23, except end with a turning chain of 2 rather than 4 [15](15, 19, 19, 23)(23, 27, 27, 31)

Try on the cardigan and decide how you feel about the length of the sleeves. From here, you’ll be crocheting the cuff which measures 1.5″, regardless of the cardigan size you’re crocheting. If you want the sleeves to be longer, repeat rows XS 24 & 25 (or your corresponding size) until you’re happy with the length, then proceed to the next rnd.

Rnd 26(27, 28, 30, 31)(31, 32, 32, 33): sk 1st st, hdc2tog around, ch 3, turn [16](16, 18, 18, 20)(20, 22, 22, 24)

Rnd 27(28, 29, 31, 32)(32, 33, 33, 34): dc in each st around, ch 3, turn [16](16, 18, 18, 20)(20, 22, 22, 24)

Rnd 28(29, 30, 32, 33)(33, 34, 34, 35): (fpdc in next st, bpdc in next st) x around [16](16, 18, 18, 20)(20, 22, 22, 24)

Rnd 29(30, 31, 33, 34)(34, 35, 35, 36): (bpdc in next st, fpdc in next st) x around [16](16, 18, 18, 20)(20, 22, 22, 24)

Repeat with the other sleeve. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Try on your hard work, and go grab your drink. Well done – enjoy your new Arkose Duster Cardigan!

Please post your pictures on Instagram and tag me @offthebeatenhook!

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