This crochet Christmas tree garland is another DIY holiday decoration idea. The combination of traditional-shaped Christmas trees and small snowflakes makes this garland very charming!
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For this garland I’ve used my previously designed patterns for the crochet Christmas tree applique and crochet small snowflake. You will be able to find all links below in the Patterns I used section.
This crochet Christmas Tree garland is made in turquoise and cream color combinations. Turquoise is one of my favorite colors and it is associated with freshness, calm energy, and emotional balance.
Garlands are easy to make and perfect to add handmade décor to your home for the holidays.
Besides decorating your Christmas tree, crochet garlands will also look great on the fireplace, on your window, in your office, above the door or across the wall!
I love to make crocheted garlands. They are wonderful easy projects where I can use my crochet appliques.
You can check my other crochet patterns for Christmas ornaments that could be used for making garlands as well!
If you like Christmas garlands, you may also like my crochet Reindeer garland. The Reindeer is one of the kid’s favorite Christmas characters and such garland will be very fun to have in your kid’s room.
All my crochet garland ideas can be found on this website HERE.
I hope you will enjoy them and get inspired to make your own!
Materials I used:
Crochet hook size 2 mm
Patterns I used:
For this crochet Christmas Tree garland I used the following patterns:
These patterns are also available as a print-friendly, styled, and advertisement-free PDF file. You can get it from my Etsy Shop.
- Make Christmas trees and snowflakes, block all the pieces.
For my garland, I’ve made five Christmas trees (three in aqua and two in cream) and six snowflakes (three of each color).
You can always make your garland shorter or longer and adjust the number of pieces as needed.
2. Making a garland.
You have a couple of options on how to make the garland. One option is to crochet a chain and join each piece to the chain as you go with a slip stitch evenly.
You can also crochet a chain first and then carefully sew each piece to the string. Also, you can use small 1-inch craft clothespins to hang pieces.
The length of the chain depends on how long you want your garland to be. Leave on each end about 5-7 inches for tying the garland, then arrange the pieces.
How would you like Christmas in neutral? After I made first garland, I liked it a lot and I decided to make another one with different materials.
So, here is my second crochet Christmas tree garland I made using neutral color.
For this garland, I used Paton’s Grace light weight cotton yarn, color – natural, also I attached pieces onto the string with craft clothespins.
I hope you enjoyed this crochet Christmas tree garland idea!