This is a pattern for 24 little Christmas trees to hang on an advent garland. Knit one a day for the days leading up to Christmas, or get ahead and knit them all now. They are quick and easy to make and great for using up yarn in your stash.
They also look good tied to parcels or hung around the house.
The trees are made in one piece and the trunks are knitted on afterwards, so no sewing up to do.
The trees in the photos were made in Jamieson and Smith yarn. However,the trees can be made in any kind of yarn, with the appropriate needle sizes. The instructions will be the same, but the size of the trees will differ, according to the yarn.
You will also need 24 buttons.
The pattern is a 12 page pdf with instructions for 4 different types of Christmas tree. There are photos of the finished trees to give you ideas for colour combinations.
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I've always loved making things and have memories of happy evenings by the fire when I was a child, playing with wool.
I design and produce knitting patterns and kits which use 100% British wool and I sell the kits, patterns and British yarn in my shop at madebyewe.co.uk.
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