Make an eye-catching statement with a hand-crocheted Christmas tree skirt. A tree skirt covers the tree trunk, Christmas tree stand, and unsightly tree light wires, and it also protects your floors and carpets from any fallen pine needles. A crocheted Christmas tree skirt adds color, texture, and handmade fun to your Christmas tree and home.
Whether you seek a neutral color palette for a sophisticated Christmas party or a boldly colorful graphic design to make a statement piece out of your tree, one of these crochet patterns is right for you.
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Red, white, and green are the quintessential Christmas colors and are perfect for a crochet tree skirt. This one from Kristine Mullen on Ravelry has color changes in each row for eye-catching striping. The sections are separated with post stitches and cables, adding texture and design interest. This skirt is a beautiful choice for any classic Christmas tree.
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Learn how to crochet a granny hexagon, a fun twist on the classic crochet granny square. Join five of these granny hexagons together to create this lovely crochet tree skirt from Petals to Picots. The finished tree skirt measures approximately 55 inches by 55 inches. Work each hexagon in the same color for a chic design, or make them in varied colors to add more pop to your Christmas tree.
Note: You could also use a large crochet pentagon pattern to do something similar.
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Crochet granny squares are also significant motifs for Christmas tree skirts, primarily when worked as just the border, as seen in this design. The combination of white and cream with red and green gives this design from One Acre & Pumpkin Patch a vintage feel perfect for the nostalgia of Christmas. Get creative and mix up a unique color scheme to suit your home.
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If you want to add unique texture to your holiday season, then the bobble stitch on this crochet tree skirt from Red Fawn Designs on Ravelry is a perfect choice. Worked all in white, this crochet pattern is designed to look like falling snow, adding magic to Christmas. Add 12 buttons to create a beautiful closure after it is wrapped around the tree.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
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You can also bring the feeling of snow into your home with this crochet tree skirt from Yarnutopia with snowflake appliqués attached. If you want a simpler, more sophisticated design, you can make just the blue crochet skirt or add just a few of the appliqués instead of all of them. Change colors to make it one of a kind.
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Crochet chevrons have been one of the most popular crochet designs over time, making them an excellent choice for any season. Here, it's red for this tree skirt by Ali Craft Designs; they are perfect under the tree. Some vivid color changes create unique details that set this crochet pattern apart from others made with the chevron stitch.
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Plaid is a typical Christmas skirt pattern. You don't often see plaid worked in crochet, but it is always stunning when you do. This plaid tree skirt by Whistle & Ivy is no exception. It is easier to crochet than you expect and works relatively quickly, thanks to chunky yarn.
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The terrific texture on this crochet tree skirt by Moogly is created easily using a combination of regular double crochet stitches, and double crochet worked in the back loop only. If you're ambitious, you can complete this Christmas crochet pattern over a weekend. Work it in the red, white, and green stripes for a traditional design, or change the colors to suit your holiday design scheme.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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Use the niche technique of filet crochet to create this Christmas tree skirt by Crochet by Kathy. The design gives you a classic symbol of the season: the angel and extra details that look like starbursts or snowflakes. Worked all in one color; this design can be passed on as an heirloom piece.