amigurumi, misc-pattern

Free pattern: Tiny Christmas tree

This pattern looks super cute together with my patterns for a reindeer and a snowman. They are all similar in size and style!

I used a 2,5 mm crochet hook and Scheepjes catona yarn. My tree was 4cm tall. Do you want a bigger tree? Then you can use a thicker yarn and bigger crochet hook like I explain in this blog post

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  • Green yarn
  • Green thread
  • Little beads
  • Yellow felt
  • Fabric glue
  • Crochet hook
  • Filling
  • Yarn needle
  • Optional: Plastic mesh


  • sc – single crochet
  • inc – increase (sc2 in one stitch)
  • dec – decrease (go from 2 stitches to one), I recommend using invisible decrease
  • slst – slip stitch
  • BLO – work in back loops only


1. sc4 in MR

2. BLO: (inc, sc) 2x (6)

3. BLO: (inc, 2sc) 2x (8)

4. BLO: (inc, 3sc) 2x (10)

5. BLO: (inc, 4sc) 2x (12)

6. BLO: (inc, 5sc) 2x (14)

7. BLO: (inc, 6sc) 2x (16)

8. BLO: (inc, 7sc) 2x (18)

9. BLO: (inc, 8sc) 2x (20)

10. BLO: (inc, 9sc) 2x (22)

11. BLO: (inc, 10sc) 2x (24)

12. BLO: (dec, 2sc) 6x (18)

Fill the tree. If you want you can place a piece of plastic mesh on the bottom like in this video, to make the bottom more flat before you continue crocheting

13. (dec, sc) 6x (12)

14. dec 6x (6)

Finish off


Are you finished with crocheting? Now it’s time to decorate 😀

  • Cut a small star out of the yellow felt and glue it to the top of the tree. My tree was 4 cm tall and my star was 1 cm in diameter.
  • Sew the beads around the tree like they’re ornaments

You can loop a piece of yarn to the top of the tree, so that you can hang the tiny tree in your big Christmas tree! This tree is also small and light enough to send in a letter.

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