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Crochet Christmas Tree Wall Hanging/Dish Cloth Pattern

December 4th, 2011 · 14 Comments

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Wow! December got here so quickly! Here’s a really easy and pretty crochet decoration that you can make quickly!  You can also make this with cotton yarn and use it as a dishcloth!  I hope you enjoy it!

Free Crochet Christmas Tree Wall Hanging/Dish Cloth

Pattern created by Gayle www.planetmfiles.com

Size: Approximately  9 inches wide and 12 inches long (Length doesn’t include the hanger or the fringe.)

Materials:

  • I used Red Heart Super Saver in Green.  I don’t know the exact green I used because I lost the label!  If you want to make this a dishcloth, you can use cotton yarn.
  • Crochet Hook – Size H-8 (5mm)

Gauge: Not important

Abbreviations: ch = chain,  sc = single crochet, st = stitch,  spec st = three double crochets that are joined at both the top and bottom.  See my instructions on how to make this special stitch in the Notes section of this pattern.

Notes:

  • How to make the special stitch used in this pattern: My special stitch is 3 double crochets that are joined at both the top and bottom.  To make the special stitch:  yarn over hook, insert hook in next sc, pull up loop, yarn over hook, pull through 1st two loops on hook, yarn over, insert hook in same sc, yarn over, pull up loop, yarn over hook, pull through 1st two loops on hook, insert in same sc again, yarn over, pull up loop, yarn over hook, pull through all loops on hook. Special stitch made!
  • This pattern is worked from the bottom up.

Christmas Tree Wall Hanging/Dishcloth:

  1. chain 28.
  2. Turn. sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across – 27
  3. Turn. ch 1, sc across – 27
  4. Repeat row 3 – 4 times
  5. Turn. ch 1, 13 sc, 1 spec st, sc, 13 sc – 27
  6. Turn. ch 1, sc across – 27
  7. Repeat row 5
  8. Repeat row 6
  9. Repeat row 5
  10. Repeat row 6
  11. Turn. ch 1, 2 sc, *1 spec st, 1 sc* 12 times, 1 sc – 27
  12. Repeat row 6
  13. Turn. ch 1, 3 sc, 1 spec st, 19 sc, 1 spec st, 3 sc – 27
  14. Repeat row 6
  15. Turn. ch 1, 4 sc, 1 spec st, 17 sc, 1 spec st, 4 sc – 27
  16. Repeat row 6
  17. Turn. ch 1, 5 sc, 1 spec st, 15 sc, 1 spec st, 5 sc – 27
  18. Repeat row 6
  19. Turn. ch 1, 6 sc, 1 spec st, 13 sc, 1 spec st, 6 sc – 27
  20. Repeat row 6
  21. Turn. ch 1, 7 sc, 1 spec st, 11 sc, 1 spec st, 7 sc – 27
  22. Repeat row 6
  23. Turn. ch 1, 8 sc, 1 spec st, 9 sc, 1 spec st, 8 sc – 27
  24. Repeat row 6
  25. Turn. ch 1, 9 sc, 1 spec st, 7 sc, 1 spec st, 9 sc – 27
  26. Repeat row 6
  27. Turn. ch 1, 10 sc, 1 spec st, 5 sc, 1 spec st, 10 sc – 27
  28. Repeat row 6
  29. Turn. ch 1, 11 sc, 1 spec st, 3 sc, 1 spec st, 11 sc – 27
  30. Repeat row 6
  31. Turn. ch 1, 12 sc, 1 spec st, 1 sc, 1 spec st, 12 sc – 27
  32. Repeat row 6
  33. Turn. ch 1, 13 sc, 1 spec st, 13 sc – 27
  34. Repeat row 6 – 5 times
  35. This row makes the hanger for the wall hanging. Turn. *ch 8, sk 2 sc, sc in next sc* 9 times
  36. Finish off
  37. Weave in yarn ends
  38. If you are making the wall hanging, add fringe to the bottom!
  39. Push all of the bobbles to the front.
  40. I collected a stick from my yard and wove it through the hanger loops, then I tied a length of yarn onto the stick to hang it with.

This pattern is my own and is protected by copyright laws.  It is intended for your personal use only.  All other uses are strictly prohibited.  Do not reprint this pattern without my express written permission. This pattern and items made from it may not be sold or used for monetary gains.

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14 responses so far ↓

  • 1 SusanD1408 Crochet Addict // Dec 4, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    Very effective, I haven’t got time this year but I think I’ll be making one for next year.

  • 2 Selah // Dec 4, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    I’m still amazed that you create your own patterns. Cool!

  • 3 Tracy // Dec 5, 2011 at 8:52 am

    This is sooo PRETTY, Gayle… You are so clever! Thank you for sharing another lovely pattern. I need to dust off my hooks again. ;o) Happy Days. I think of you often… ((HUGS))

  • 4 Kelly @ JAX does design // Dec 6, 2011 at 12:17 pm

    Gayle, you are so creative and talented! This is too pretty to use as a dishcloth – I love how you’ve hung it from a branch :-)

    Hope you and your family are doing well..

  • 5 Anyes - Far Away in the Sunshine // Dec 7, 2011 at 7:26 pm

    Perfect timing for the season :-)

  • 6 relyn // Dec 8, 2011 at 12:26 pm

    You are always so creative.

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  • 8 germaine // Jan 6, 2012 at 6:09 pm

    may i have your permissin to make this im a new beginner this might be one for me to try

  • 9 Carol Cripps // Jan 3, 2014 at 8:52 pm

    Wow, Gayle, that’s much too pretty to use as a dishcloth. I think I know what I’m hanging on my door next holiday season – which gives me lots of time in which to do it. That means I’ll be scrambling on Dec 23 trying to get it done in between batches of cookies and gift-wrapping sessions. Ah, well, That’s just the way it goes. Thanks for creating this, and for sharing it, too.

    Happy New Year!

  • 10 Toni // Nov 1, 2014 at 4:01 am

    in the first row making the bobble, i count 28 stitches not 27…am i misunderstanding the pattern? help i’ve done this 3 times from the beginning just to make sure i’ve begun with the correct 28 chains…thanks for the pattern, it is really nice and easy to boot!

  • 11 Ismail // Nov 25, 2015 at 3:32 am

    Please tell me where to purchase this yarn. I would love to get stretad making lots of squares to donate to this project. I tried to locate where I could get some of this yarn sent to me but cant seem to find a good site.Thanks so much. I look forward to helping!!!

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    Love this! it’s macrame vs Crochet!

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