Christmas pearl tree amigurumi

Christmas pearl tree amigurumi

A little crocheted Pine tree for a lovely Christmas gift and decoration. You might want to crochet a few more for your Christmas tree ornaments. One thing for sure, working with cotton thread and beads is much fun for bead crochet lovers.

Crochet pine tree

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Materials: (I used)
5 mm and 2,75 mm crochet hooks
Cotton crochet thread: white and green blend
Worsted weight yarn: green
Scissors
Fiber fill
Yarn needle
Beads

Abbreviations

Note: This Christmas pearl tree amigurumi pattern can be crocheted with any hook size, choose a yarn type that matches your hook. Size and color of beads is your option.

crochet cotton thread

Start with 5mm crochet hook and green worsted weight yarn. Work all with front-loop crochet from R1 to R15

R1: magic ring, 6 sc, 6 sts
R2: (2 sc, inc) x 2 times, 8 sts
R3: (inc, 3 sc) x 2 times, 10 sts
R4: (4 sc, inc) x 2 times, 12 sts
R5: (inc, 5 sc) x 2 times, 14 sts
R6: (6 sc, inc) x 2 times, 16 sts
R7: (inc, 7 sc) x 2 times, 18 sts
R8: (8 sc, inc) x 2 times, 20 sts
R9: (inc, 9 sc) x 2 times, 22 sts
R10: (10 sc, inc) x 2 times, 24 sts
R11 to 15: sc around, 24 sts
Back to normal single crochet from this round. (This is the base)
R16: (2 sc, dec) x 6 times, 18 sts (start stuffing)
R17: (dec, sc) x 6 times, 12 sts
R18: dec x 6 times, 6 sts (fasten off)
You will have a green cone like this.

crochet Christmas tree

Crochet ruffle – branches with 2,75mm crochet hook,cotton crochet thread and beads. Use crochet thread to string beads before you start.

From the last back-loop stitch of round 15, join your crochet thread with sc, crochet 1hdc, 1dc, 1hdc into next st.

* Sc into next st, ( 1hdc, 1dc, 1hdc ) into next st* repeat ** ’till end.

Randomly pull a bead and close it with sc while you crochet the ruffles

crochet with beads

Dispart the beads around the tree. Attach a star or a big bead on top. (Fasten off, weave in end)

Enjoy crocheting xD

 

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8 comments

  1. Cari Spencer says:

    My sister explained how to read a pattern and then it worked. Thank you! Very cute! Mine are also about 3 – 4 inches tall. I want to increase the pattern to make one about 8 inches tall for my desk at work but I want to find the colors that you have because they look better than mine. Thanks for the beautiful pattern!!! You’re a peach!

  2. Martine says:

    Thanks for sharing! It looks lovely!
    I’m just a little confused about working in front loop only in rounds 1-15. Should it be backloop instead? So that the front loops show on the outside? Or do you turn the work before stuffing it?

    • Maz Kwok says:

      Hi Martine, actually you can work on front loops or back loops (keep it as it is or turn it inside out), just which is better for you. I found it’s easier to work on front loops and I didn’t turn it inside out 🙂

  3. Suzie says:

    Thanks. I looked for shaded green thread and didn’t find any, but I’m not discouraged…I will dye some.

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