Dec
15

5 Knit Tree Ornaments

5 Knit Tree Ornaments

Around the holidays I love working on quick, thematic projects, and tiny tree ornaments are a personal fave during wintertime. Here’s a round-up of 5 Knit Tree Ornaments that I love, and links to the patterns so you can knit them, too, this holiday season!

 

Scrap Bin Tree Ornaments

I designed Scrap Bin Tree Ornaments as an eclectic option for mixing and matching scrap yarn, especially those special novelty yarns that you can’t bear to throw away even a few yards of. They’re puffy, unique, and adorable!

Scrap Bin Tree Ornaments | Vickie Howell Ask Me Monday (weekly series) [VIDEO] and free #knitting pattern #knitornament

Probably my favorite of the ornaments I’ve designed.

Get the pattern.


Nicky’s Glorious Tennenbaum

My colleague, veteran designer Nicky Epstein mixed beads with the loop stitch to create a cleverly fluffy fir!

Nicky's Glorious Tannenbaum Pattern

by Nicky Epstein

Get the pattern.


Jingle Bells Tree Ornament

This stripy ornament from BooBiloo, adorned by a pompom and jingle bells, is both classic and whimsical.

Jingle Bells Christmas Tree Ornament

by BooBiloo

Get the pattern.

 

Wine Cork Trees

Deck the halls … or bottles, as the case may be, with my cork tree patterns! The make sweet toppers, and add a personal touch to that host-gift bottle of wine.

Knit Wine Cork Trees

by Vickie Howell

Get the pattern.

 

Bitty Beady Christmas Tree

Lace and i-cord mixed with beads, make Heartstrings Fiber Arts Bitty Beady trees light, airy, and happy!

Itty bitty beaded tree pattern

by Heartstrings FiberArts

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