27 Christmas Tree Knitting Patterns

Liven up your Christmas decoration by including some of these fun Christmas tree knitting patterns.

A lot of people look forward to putting up their Christmas tree. It is a holiday tradition that can bring back some strong memories. Ornaments are passed down from generation to generation. You do not have to stop at one large Christmas tree. You can decorate your home with tiny trees too.

We know that a knitted Christmas tree will never be able to replace your full-sized tree. But there is no reason you cannot enjoy small trees throughout your house.

We have included Christmas tree knitting patterns for every area of your home. From your living area to your kitchen and even your bathroom.

27 Knitted Christmas Tree Patterns

Below are 27 great Christmas tree knitting patterns. We have included both free and paid patterns, we are sure you will enjoy.

1. Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by lavenderhillknits

Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by lavenderhillknits

You can add a hand knitted touch to your Christmas decor with these knitted Christmas trees. If you can knit socks and hats, you can easily make these cozies.

These adorable trees are knitted in the round with circular needles and double-point needles. They are then fitted over styrofoam cones. The pattern includes instructions for all three trees. The Christmas tree knitting patterns can be completed by an advanced beginner.

Find the Pattern by lavenderhillknits HERE

2. Jingle Bells Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern Hanging Decoration by BooBiloo

Jingle Bells Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern Hanging Decoration by BooBiloo

Make several of the fun, jingly Christmas tree ornaments for your friends and family. Hang them on the tree or add them to your gift wrapping to add a personal touch.

These ornaments are quick and easy to knit. They are knitted flat on 2 needles. Finished, the tree measures approximately 5.25” tall, not including the ribbon.

Find the Pattern by BooBiloo HERE

3. Bruce the Spruce Tree from Underground Crafter

Bruce the Spruce Tree from Underground Crafter

Here is a free Christmas tree knitting pattern that makes a cute little amigurumi doll.

With this pattern, the gauge is not important. You can use any weight yarn you like. Just make sure to use needles a tad smaller than you would usually use with that yarn.

This pattern is easy and can be finished by an advanced beginner. The completed amigurumi Christmas tree measures approximately 3.75” tall, depending on the yarn and needles you use.

Find the Pattern from Underground Crafter HERE

4. Pot Holder Easy Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by MelodysMakings

Pot Holder Easy Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by MelodysMakings

Add some holiday cheer to your table with this adorable Christmas tree pot holder. It is a quick and easy pattern that can be knitted in no time. The pot holders also make excellent Christmas gifts.

Find the Pattern by MelodysMakings HERE

5. HAT “Noel Trees” Super Bulky Knitted Christmas Tree Pattern by Patternery

HAT Noel Trees Super Bulky Knitted Christmas Tree Pattern by Patternery

Make one of these wonderful hats for yourself or a friend. These hats are comfy and charming.

The pattern includes sizes from newborn to adult. There are instructions for both tall trees and short trees. You will need to know how to knit and purl, and a basic understanding of colourwork.

Find the Pattern by Patternery HERE

6. Potted Button Knit Christmas Tree Pattern from Just Craft Enough

Potted Button Knit Christmas Tree Pattern from Just Craft Enough

These free knitted christmas tree pattern will look delightful sitting on a table or a mantle. They knit up quickly using medium weight yarn.

When you make these Christmas trees, you will also get to incorporate other crafting techniques. To finish this fun project you will also need wood dowels, terra cotta pots, florist foam and paint along with your knitting supplies.

Find the Pattern from Just Craft Enough HERE

7. Knit Christmas Tree Pattern by LittleRedWindow

Knit Christmas Tree Pattern by LittleRedWindow

These lovely knit Christmas Trees are a fun holiday project. The pattern includes instructions for all three trees. The trees measure 4.5”, 8”, and 10” tall.

To make these trees you will need green worsted weight yarn, 7” double pointed knitting needles, yarn needle, cable needle, manilla file folder, and tape.

Find the Pattern by LittleRedWindow HERE

8. Christmas Tree Cushion Cover Pattern by TheLonelySea

Christmas Tree Cushion Cover Pattern by TheLonelySea

Here is a fun Christmas tree knitting pattern you can use to cover an existing pillow. The pattern makes an envelope cushion cover that is secured with buttons. Use traditional Christmas colours or change them up to match your decor.

The cushion cover is knitted flat on 2 needles and sewn up the sides. The cover will fit a 16” x 16” pillow.

Find the Pattern by TheLonelySea HERE

9. Little Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by GinxCraft

Little Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by GinxCraft

This knitted christmas tree pattern can be easily customised to make a wide variety of 3-D ornaments. They are a great project for using up your scrap yard.

The ornaments are knitted on two needles and only use approximately 20g of wool. The pattern has text instructions and photographs.

Find the Pattern by GinxCraft HERE

10. Cat Hat Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by OonaPatterns

Cat Hat Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by OonaPatterns

Your pet will probably not be happy wearing this Christmas tree hat, but they will surely look cute.

The downloadable PDF pattern has a lot of photos to help you understand the instructions. The completed hat will fit an average size cat, small dog, and other smaller animals.

Find the Pattern by OonaPatterns HERE

11. Easy Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by Gina Michelle

Easy Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by Gina Michelle

This free Christmas tree knitting pattern would be perfect for those with rustic holiday decor. The finished trees can be hung as ornaments or mounted on cinnamon sticks and a wood slice.

The trees are knitted flat, sewn together and stuffed with fibre fill.

Find the Pattern by Gina Michelle HERE

12. Snowman with a X-mas Tree Amigurumi Doll Pattern by jasminetoys

Snowman with a X-mas Tree Amigurumi Doll Pattern by jasminetoys

You will make everyone smile with this lovable snowman and Christmas tree knitting pattern. He looks so precious wearing his boots, gloves, scarf and hat.

Using the suggested yarn and needles, the finished project will measure approximately 10.6” tall. It is an intermediate level pattern that requires the knowledge of basic knitting.

Find the Pattern by jasminetoys HERE

13. Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by KnittingByPost

Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by KnittingByPost

This knitted Christmas tree pattern is tipped in snow and topped with an angel. It would make a great centrepiece on your holiday table.

The completed tree with the angel measures approximately 11.81” tall. Skills required include cast on, knit, purl, increase by knitting into the front and back of stitch, decrease by knitting two stitches together, cast off, and sewing pieces together.

Find the Pattern by KnittingByPost HERE

14. Festive Tree Stocking Pattern from Lion Brand Yarn

Festive Tree Stocking Pattern from Lion Brand Yarn

During the Christmas holiday, stockings look so charming hung on the mantle. And this is a free pattern that would be perfect for a boy or a girl.

The pattern is for a 13” tall stocking. It is an intermediate level pattern.

Find the Pattern from Lion Brand Yarn HERE

15. Children’s Knitting Pattern by CinderellaRags

Children's Knitting Pattern by CinderellaRags

If you are looking for a Christmas sweater for a child, this one is perfect. The red stripes along with the green Christmas tree make this a festive and fun design.

The pattern includes instructions for sizes 2,4,6 toddler and child.

Find the Pattern by CinderellaRags HERE

16. Spruce Socks Knitting Pattern by OrigianallyLovely

Spruce Socks Knitting Pattern by OrigianallyLovely

You can never have too many socks. And these would be the perfect accessory for winter. The socks have a subtle Christmas tree design that is delicate and simple.

The pattern includes instructions for four sizes. The socks are constructed from the top, down. The heel is shaped using a heel flap technique.

Find the Pattern by OrigianallyLovely HERE

17. Tree Scarf Pattern from Kidz Knitz

Tree Scarf Pattern from Kidz Knitz

This scarf is beautiful and will take some time to make. However, the finished results are worth it.

To make the free Christmas tree knitting pattern, you will need size 8 needles. They recommend using 6 balls of S. Charles Heather yarn. But it is quite expensive. You can use another type of yarn.

Find the Pattern from Kidz Knitz HERE

18. Christmas Dog Sweater Knitting Pattern by InspiredByMocha

Christmas Dog Sweater Knitting Pattern by InspiredByMocha

Your dog will look absolutely adorable in this Christmas dog sweater. You know your dog needs a sweater to get into the Christmas spirit too!

This is an easy pattern that uses knit, purl, cast on, bind off and sew your pieces together. The pattern uses 4 colours of yarn. There are instructions for sizes XS through large.

Find the Pattern by InspiredByMocha HERE

19. Knit Christmas Tree Pattern by FirFoodArtShop

Knit Christmas Tree Pattern by FirFoodArtShop

If you can knit a hat, you can knit these Christmas trees. The pattern has instructions for 3 different trees in 7 different sizes, so you can create your own little forest.

The pattern can be completed by a beginner / advanced beginner. You will need super bulky yarn, US 13 circular needles, stitch marker, scissors, yarn needle, fibre fill and optional sticks or wood bases.

Find the Pattern by FirFoodArtShop HERE

20. Last minute Bulky Tree Coasters Knitting Pattern by SealedbyaKris

Last minute Bulky Tree Coasters Knitting Pattern by SealedbyaKris

If you are looking for some last minute Christmas gift ideas, knit up a bunch of these bulky tree coasters. Simple and stylish, this cowl knitting pattern can be worked up quickly. It was designed to be pulled down over one or both shoulders or pulled up and used as a hat.

The pattern uses US 8 (5 mm) knitting needles and bulky weight yarn. It is a quick knit. They can be used as coasters, blanket squares, or sweater patches.

Find the Pattern by SealedbyaKris HERE

21. Christmas Tree GIFT CARD-igans from Simply Notable

Christmas Tree GIFT CARD-igans from Simply Notable

Do not give a gift card in a generic envelope. Instead, use a knitted gift card-igan. What a clever idea. Not only can these be handed out, but they can also be hung on a tree using the button closure.

To make this Christmas tree knitting pattern you will need US 5 needles, worsted weight yarn, tapestry needle, crochet hook, and a button.

Find the Pattern from Simply Notable HERE

22. Christmas Trees 1 Knitting Pattern by Squibblybups

Christmas Trees 1 Knitting Pattern by Squibblybups

You can use this download PDF knitting pattern to make 9 different Christmas trees. They are perfect baubles, hanging ornaments, garlands, wreaths and other decorations. You can leave them as they are or add your own decorations.

The trees are knitted flat and sewn up with a tapestry needle. Completed, they are approximately 4” tall. The pattern also includes instructions for using the trees to make a wreath,

Find the Pattern by Squibblybups HERE

23. Kertasnikir Boot Toppers from Berroco

Kertasnikir Boot Toppers from Berroco

There is no reason why you should be wearing plain drab boots in the winter when you can add these festive boot toppers. And they are not only cute, but they will also help keep you warm.

The finished toppers measure approximately 14” around and 7 ½” high (not folded).

Find the Pattern from Berroco HERE

24. Washcloth or Afghan Square Knitted Christmas Tree Pattern by DaisyAndStorm

Washcloth or Afghan Square Knitted Christmas Tree Pattern by DaisyAndStorm

This Christmas tree knitting pattern can be used as a dishcloth or a washcloth. Or you can create a bunch of these and make a blanket or afghan.

The download includes easy-to-follow instructions and a chart. You will need to know how to cast on, cast off, knit and purl.

Find the Pattern by DaisyAndStorm HERE

25. Knitted Christmas Trees Pattern from The Twisted Yarn

Knitted Christmas Trees Pattern from The Twisted Yarn

Decorate your tabletop or mantle with these cheerful knitted Christmas trees.

The free Christmas tree knitting pattern is knitted flat, rolled up, stuffed and sewn shut. Then you can decorate it as you please.

Find the Pattern from The Twisted Yarn HERE

26. Worsted Hat Festive Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by Patternery

Worsted Hat Festive Christmas Tree Knitting Pattern by Patternery

Stay warm and cosy wearing one of these Festive Tree hats.

The hat is knitted in the round. The download includes 8 pages of instructions, including colourful photos. It also includes a snowfall chart, faux pom-pom instructions and bead instructions.

Find the Pattern by Patternery HERE

27. Colorwork Sock Knitting Pattern by FiberandFernDesigns

Colorwork Sock Knitting Pattern by FiberandFernDesigns

The Arendelle Socks uses colourwork and lace to create these whimsical socks. They were inspired by the city of Arendelle in the animated film Frozen.

This is an intermediate level pattern. You will need to be familiar with colourwork/stranded knitting, lace stitches, and basic shaping techniques. The patterns include instructions for sizes small, medium, and Large.

Find the Pattern by FiberandFernDesigns HERE

IT IS NEVER TOO EARLY TO GET INTO THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT. AND WHAT BETTER WAY THAN BY WORKING ON SOME CHRISTMAS TREE KNITTING PATTERNS.

The Christmas holiday is like no other. It is a magical time that creates memories that will last a lifetime. You get to spend time with family and friends, lavishly decorate your home, and give heartfelt gifts.

If you are a knitter or a crocheter and are looking for some decorating ideas or gift ideas, we have listed some amazing holiday knitting patterns.

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Do not wait until the last minute to get started. Instead, start working on some Christmas tree knitting patterns right now.