What do you associate with winter? For me it is blue sky and sparkling white snow, falling snowflakes which you can catch with your hand, sleeping nature covered with a white cozy snow blanket, and of course, Christmas and New Year.
I live in the Pacific Northwest where we have a lot of rain and no snow. If we want to see snow, we have to drive to the mountains. I grew up in a place with a beautiful white winter and sometimes I am missing snow during rainy winter days.
So, I decided to create this Winter Wall art with a tree covered in snow to have beautiful winter in my room all the time.
I love to use my crochet appliques to create wall arts. You can find many crochet wall art/wall decor ideas on this website, I hope you will like them and get inspired to create your own crochet art!
How to Make Crochet Winter Wall Art
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Materials I used for this project
For the tree:
For the snowflakes:
For the background I’ve used 9 x12 canvas.
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For this Winter Wall Art project, you need to crochet a tree and a lot of small snowflakes and then glue them to the canvas.
- Paint a canvas in some shade of light blue.
2. Crochet Snowflakes.
Snowflakes for this project I made using patterns from the book “White Christmas in thread crochet” by Kathryn Clark. I chose only small snowflakes in diameter 2-3/4” the biggest.
3. Crochet a Tree.
The pattern for the Tree which I used for this Crochet Wall Art can be found in my Etsy shop.
Later on, I designed a pattern for a very small snowflake, which is about only 1” in diameter. These tiny snowflakes are made from crochet cotton size 20 and I used a crochet hook 1.5 mm.
Using patterns for this small snowflake and the same tree, I created another Winter wall art.
The crochet pattern for this Winter Tree is available in my Etsy Shop. It includes instructions for the Tree and small Snowflake.
I hope you enjoyed these Winter crochet wall art ideas!
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