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Macchiato Wreath Tree Skirt Free Crochet Pattern

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For years I've meant to crochet a Christmas Tree Skirt. It's been on my wish list for a long time, but the inspiration just hadn't ever struck. This year I am so excited to knock this crafting project off my bucket list. And I hope you love the Wreath Tree Skirt Free Crochet Pattern too! I have also created a video tutorial to guide you through the steps. If you have a mini tree, or a large tree, this crochet pattern has got you covered with different tree skirt sizes. If you love the look of these crochet puff stitches, I've also created the Macchiato Crochet Beanie or the flat crocheted Autumn Wheat Hat.

Wreath Tree Skirt

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When you create the Crochet Wreath Tree Skirt. it's an opportunity to customize your holiday decor with color and a fresh look. And the stitches from the Macchiato Poncho and Macchiato Sweater have been so popular I decided to use them for a tree skirt, which ended up being neutral and elegant. If you wanted to mix up colors, I could see the bands of puff stitches being red or green or whatever matches your home decor.

Wreath Tree Skirt

The size of the tree doesn't matter, your festive spirit does. So if you have a small table top tree I've also included options for different sizes.

Looking for more tree skirt inspiration? Check out my other tree skirt pattern Pine Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt Free Pattern which uses fair isle crochet colorwork.

Crochet Tree Skirt Supplies

Crochet Hook:
Size P (10 mm) Furls Crochet Hook

Notions:
Removable stitch marker
Yarn needle to weave in ends
Scissors

Yarn:
Lion Brand Wool Ease Quick and Thick
Super Bulky Weight Yarn
80% Acrylic, 20% Wool

Yardage:
Large: 830 yds (759m), 8 balls
Medium: 460 yds (421m), 5 balls
Small: 100 yds (92m), 1 ball

Abbreviations/Stitches:
BLO -back loop only
Ch -chain
FLO -front loop only
Hdc -half double crochet
Inc. - increase
Lp(s) -loop(s)
St(s) -stitch(es)

Gauge:

7.5 sts by 4.8 rows = 4” square
in established stitch pattern

Measurements/Sizes:
Large Diameter: 47” (119cm)
Medium Diameter: 37” (94cm)
Small Diameter: 17” (43cm)
The schematic is below

Skill Level:
Skilled Beginner

A Christmas tree is standing on a wooden floor.

Notes For Success

The Wreath Tree Skirt can be made to a variety of sizes. For a table top tree skirt stop on row 6. For a medium tree skirt st op on row 18.

The chain can be omitted from the beginning of each row if the first hdc is replaced with a Stacked Single Crochet.

Special Stitches:

Puff Stitch: Yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull lp through st and make lp same height as previous sts in working row, (yo, insert hook in same st, yo, pull lp through st and make lp same height as working row) twice, yo, pull through all 7 lps on hook

Established Stitch Pattern for Even Rows: hdc in blo, hdc in flo; repeat from * to * aross increasing by placing two stitches in indicated increasing stitch.

Established Stitch Pattern for Odd Rows: hdc in flo, hdc in blo; repeat from * to * aross increasing by placing two stitches in indicated increasing stitch.

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Wreath Tree Skirt Schematic

Wreath Tree Skirt Schematic
Wreath Tree Skirt

Tree Skirt Video Tutorial

Macchiato Wreath Tree Skirt Instructions

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Row 1: Ch 29, hdc in the 2nd chain from the hook and across, turn. | 28 sts

Row 2: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for even rows while ALSO increasing every 2nd stitch, turn. | 42 sts

Row 3: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for odd rows while ALSO increasing every 3rd stitch, turn. | 56 sts

Row 4: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for even rows while ALSO increasing every 4th stitch, turn. | 70 sts

Row 5: Ch 1, skip the first st, hdc in the next, work a puff st into the skipped st; repeat from * to * across, turn. | 70 sts

Row 6: Repeat Row 5 (Puff Row). | 70 sts

Row 7: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for odd rows while ALSO increasing every 5th stitch, turn. | 84 sts

Row 8: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for even rows while ALSO increasing every 6th stitch, turn. | 98 sts

Row 9: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for odd rows while ALSO increasing every 7th stitch, turn. | 112 sts

Row 10: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for even rows while ALSO increasing every 8th stitch, turn. | 126 sts

Row 11: Ch 1, skip the first st, hdc in the next, work a puff st into the skipped st; repeat from * to * across, turn. | 126 sts

Row 12: Repeat Row 11 (Puff Row). | 126 sts

Row 13: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for odd rows while ALSO increasing every 9th stitch, turn. | 140 sts

Row 14: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for even rows while ALSO increasing every 10th stitch, turn. | 154 sts

Row 15: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for odd rows while ALSO increasing every 11th stitch, turn. | 168 sts

Row 16: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for even rows while ALSO increasing every 12th stitch, turn. | 182 sts

Row 17: Ch 1, skip the first st, hdc in the next, work a puff st into the skipped st; repeat from * to * across, turn. | 182 sts

Row 18: Repeat Row 17 (Puff Row). | 182 sts

Row 19: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for odd rows while ALSO increasing every 13th stitch, turn. | 196 sts

Row 20: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for even rows while ALSO increasing every 14th stitch, turn. | 210 sts

Row 21: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for odd rows while ALSO increasing every 15th stitch, turn. | 224 sts

Row 22: Ch 1, work in established stitch pattern for even rows while ALSO increasing every 16th stitch, turn. | 238 sts

Row 23: Ch 1, skip the first st, hdc in the next, work a puff st into the skipped st; repeat from * to * across, turn. | 238 sts

Row 24: Repeat Rnd 2 (Puff Row). | 238 sts

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Finishing The Crochet Tree Skirt
Slip stitch around all edges, join and fasten off. Weave in all ends.

Wreath Tree Skirt

Now that your tree skirt is complete, let's ensure its longevity with a couple of handy tips for cleaning and storage. To keep it looking pristine, gently spot clean any stains with a damp cloth, avoiding harsh chemicals. For storage, fold the tree skirt carefully to prevent creases, and store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Consider placing tissue paper between folds to minimize friction and potential damage. Following these simple steps will help preserve your crochet masterpiece, ensuring it brings joy to your holiday decor for seasons to come. Happy holidays and happy crocheting!

If you enjoy holiday decor, also check out How to Crochet A Christmas Ornament and the popular Crochet Granny Hexagon Stocking.

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