1. It can be used as a refrigerator magnet during the Christmas season. Just glue a magnet on the back like shown below.
2. It can be used to decorate a gift wrapping, and still be a magnet. Just pin it to the bow.
3. It can also be used on a cardSupplies used for the tree
Paddy Green and Wood Brown yarn (Red Heart Super Saver)
Plated beads (sewed to the tree)
Adhesive star (you can use a fabric one, if you prefer)
2 1/4 in piece of magnet from roll
Hook size F - 3.75mm
Begin with the green yarn
Row 1: ch 13, ch one to go up and sc in each st. ch 1 and turn
Row2: sc in the next 12 st, leave the last sc undone, ch 1 and turn
Row 3: sc in 11 st, leave the last sc undone, ch 1 and turn (repeat the process through the next 9 rows. Fasten off and weave the end.
Count the st at the bottom of the tree. Use the 4 st in the middle.
Join the brown yarn in the beginning of the 4st with 2ch
Row 1: sc in 4 st (the smaller side of the brown yarn should be held behind the st, so the 4 sc will hide it), ch 1 and turn
Row 2: sc in 4st. fasten off and weave end in.
Supplies used for the card
Paper: Dark red and white (the Paper Studios)
Tools: Cutting/ embossing machine (Sizzix), Ornament frame embossing folder (Darice), green metallic gel pen.
Stamp: Merry Christmas (Stampabillities)
Ink: Grass green marker (Recollections)
I want to make several of these little trees as refrigerator magnets, put them in a tulle bag and add a handmade tag that tells about what the tree represents. How about you? How are you going to use your crochet tree?
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