DIY Crochet Christmas Tree Ornament Free Pattern

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Making DIY crochet Christmas tree ornaments is a fun and rewarding way to get in the holiday spirit.

And if you want to add a personal touch to your holiday decor, try to crochet some festive decorations. Handmade crochet Christmas ornaments can add a unique charm to your tree. And create a warm and inviting atmosphere in your home.

One way to add a personal touch to your holiday decor is by creating your own DIY crochet Christmas tree ornaments

The Christmas tree ornament is one of the easiest and most popular crochet holiday decor items. These tiny treasures can be whipped up in no time and make great gifts for friends and family. 

DIY Crochet Ornament

Crocheting your own ornaments is the perfect way to use leftover yarns. Because they are small in size, you can make a bunch of them in a few hours.

Personally, I am preparing a gift box for my friend, which will include this DIY ornament, a coffee mug and the Santa mug cozy. Plus, maybe a few sweet treats for her.

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Christmas tree ornament- free crochet pattern


Yarn- Hobbii Friends cotton 8/8, 50gr/1.75 oz, 75m/82yds in white color yarn and Hobbii Flash it! 80% Viscose, 20% Metalyarn, 50gr/90m in red color. The total amount I used is 20gr. If you will use one color, you need 20 gr. If you will make it two colors, 10gr per color will be fine.

Crochet hook – 4mm


Yarn needle

8 cm Acrylic Balls Transparent ( optional )

poly fiberfill ( optional )


8.5 sts x 4 row = 4 cm

Overall pattern notes

For this Christmas ornament, I used the Trio cup cozy pattern.

The difference is in the starting chains. For the ornament, start with ch25, not 21, and follow the written instructions and video tutorial of the Trio cup cozy pattern.

I used red and white color yarn for the ornament.

Finishing touches and how to close the bubble.

If you prefer to fill the ornament with poly fiber, check the detailed photo instructions of the easy crochet Christmas tree ornament pattern. The method is the same.

If you are going to use the acrylic ball, here is the photo tutorial on how to close and form the ornament.

Written step-by-step instructions:

Leave a longer tail for sewing after you join your flat piece into a tube.

After that, close both sides with a needle going through some of the rows.

Firstly, Sew the bottom part, then insert the bubble, and start closing the upper part of the bubble. If you feel it is loose and not tight enough, go through some of the rows one more time.

Happy crocheting!

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