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Bobble Stitch Christmas Trees- Free Crochet Pattern

I love the bobble stitch, it adds a really fun texture that can be used to create lots of different shapes and designs. Here they are the baubles to these cute little Christmas trees. 
These would make really fun decorations for the tree, gift wrapping or joined together for a festive garland
You will need dk yarn, a 4mm hook and some toy stuffing

Written in UK terms
Starting chain does not count as a stitch throughout.
Bobble stitches are worked on wrong side rows. Work 5 treble crochet together in 1 stitch eg. yarn over and and pull through 2 loops 5 times, yarn over and pull through 6 loops


Ch- chain
St(s)- stitch(es)
Htr- half treble crochet
Dc- double crochet
Bo- bobble stitch
Htr2tog- half treble crochet 2 stitches together
Htr3tog- half treble crochet 3 stitches together


Row 1: Ch 17, htr in 2nd chain, htr to end, turn. = 15 sts
Row 2: Ch1, 2 htr, bo, 12 htr, turn. = 15 sts
Row 3: Ch1, htr2tog, 11 htr, htr2tog, turn. =…
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