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This free pattern is for a crochet Christmas tree skirt with spiraled red, white, and green stripes. This pattern is made using single crochet stitches as well as Brava yarn from WeCrochet.
Is it time to put up the Christmas Tree yet? Well, usually I put up all my Christmas decorations the day after Thanksgiving. I may not go Black Friday shopping unless it’s online, but I sure like to burn off as many calories as I ate the day before while decorating the entire house. It’s a workout for sure. Nobody will tell me otherwise. My sweaty clothes prove it. LOL
But this year I have 2 Christmas Pencil Trees already lit up. And surprisingly my hubby agreed and loved it.
In fact, I bought one of the Pencil Trees from Michaels just for this pretty Christmas Tree Skirt, because my other tree is way too wide and big. You would have not been able to see the skirt. LOL.
Once I got it and set it up in our dining room, but hubby suggested getting another one. “It’s gotta be even. One tree on the right and left side of the window behind the dining table” I will for sure not disagree with that! YAY! Now we have 2 and I have to crochet another Spiral Christmas Tree Skirt.
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Crocheting Christmas Tree Skirt Patterns
There are many different ways to crochet a Christmas Tree Shirt. You can crochet it with and without an opening.
To be honest, I tried crocheting this pattern with an opening, but it didn’t look right. So I crocheted it without an opening. That means you’ll need to insert the tree into the opening before adding any decorations.
Using the typical Christmas colors this Christmas Tree Skirts makes you dreamy and simply want to look at it long enough until all your problems, e.g weaving in your ends, disappear. LOL
So ready to make a spiral crochet Christmas Tree Skirt now?
Get the PDF of the Spiral Christmas Tree Skirt Pattern
This pattern is also available as an ad-free, printer-friendly pdf pattern that can be purchased at the links below for only a small fee.
If you like this Christmas crochet pattern, you might like these also:
- Gingerbread Tissue Box Cover
- Santa Belt Christmas Ornament
- Christmas Advent Calendar Pillow
- Nativity Scene Advent Calendar
So, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this cute pattern.
How to crochet the Spiral Christmas Tree Skirt
Materials you will need
- WeCrochet’s Brava yarn in these color:
- Red (3 skeins)
- White (3 skeins)
- Grass (3 skeins)
- 5.00 mm hook
- tapestry needle
4 sc stitches x 4 rows = 1 square inch
35-inch diameter (can be made larger or smaller)
Stitches used in the pattern
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- sc = single crochet
- sl st = slip stitch
- sk = skip
- ch = chain
Free Written Pattern for the Spiral Christmas Tree Skirt
This Spiral Christmas Tree Skirt was inspired by my Kitty Lovey Pattern, which includes a video tutorial here to explain the spiral pattern. Please that video to show how the spiral pattern is created.
Ch 61, connect first with the last ch to make a loop of 60 sts
R1: 1 sc in each ch (60 sts)
Will now crochet in 3 colors. I suggest dropping the color and weaving it in as you crochet over in the next row up OR cutting the yarn and weaving it in per color section. Since each color is present twice per row, either use 2 skeins per color at the same time or use bobbins.
Always switch colors before chaining 4!
R2: *ch 4, sk 1 st, 1 sc in the next 9 sts, repeat from *, until the end
R3: *ch 4, 2sc in the ch 4 space, 1 sc until 1 st is left before the ch 4 space, repeat from *, until the end
Repeat R3 until you reach 77 rounds. But feel free to make it larger or smaller depending on your tree and the space available.
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
Ideally, block your Christmas Tree Skirt before using it so it’s as flat as possible.
I used this steamer and this blocking mat set to block it using the steam blocking method since this is acrylic yarn.
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