Saturday, December 3, 2011

Crochet christmas tree

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Hi everybody, and a special "hi" to all my new friends. Happy to see you all here.  You all make me feel great. Thanks for all the lovely comments you leave here.

I guess all of you have started your Christmas preparations. I haven't got into the Christmas mood yet, or rather I should say I lost it in between. I had planned so many things. I wanted to do this, I wanted to do that...but somehow I got bogged down by other things and now I lost the mood. I am trying very hard to get my mojo back. 


This Christmas tree is one successful thing I completed out of many that I had planned.  The pattern for this tree is from here. There were also other Christmass tree patterns that I wanted to try... may be for next Christmas.


That's it for now ladies. Have a great weekend.

39 comments:

  1. Beautiful!! Your crocheting skills are exemplary.

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  2. Thsnks for the heads up about this very cute tree. Love it. Hope you get your mojo back, this is a tough time of year trying to get everything done.
    Meredith

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  3. Just amazing ! Your Christmas tree is perfect !
    Have a delight week-end.
    Anna

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  4. How cute! Never would have thought to do that - turned out great!

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  5. I love the Christmas tree - very nice. :)

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  6. Superb Crocheted Christmas tree... Loved it.... I also downloaded few Christmas tree patterns... Wish to try it before christmas....

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  7. I spent much of last night searching for a pattern for a tree like this. Michaels! I didn't look there! It was right under my nose and I didn't know it! Thank you SO MUCH for this link! Your tree is adorable! I hear you about losing the mojo. It's all so quick and overwhelming! It sneaks up because we don't want to think about it too early and then when it's time to think about it, there are so many other things to do, we just can't get it all done! Please find comfort in knowing that you are NOT the ONLY ONE who has lost her mojo! There's something very pacifying about deciding to do it for next year. We just need to start in January! LOL Hugs to you. Annette

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  8. This is so beautiful!!! would love to try it out!! btw, picked up a needle and thread after years, yesterday and thought of u...

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  9. Looks so nice! I've been the same way with Christmas projects this year too.Its cold so all I can think about is Shawls and scarves :D

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  10. Es muy bonito el árbol de navidad¡¡¡¡

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  11. Wow amazing creation never seen anything like this!
    Cheers
    Sonia
    cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  12. I second the wow and amazing! It's a work of crochet art!

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  13. Love your blog, love this crocheted tree. WELL DONE. Shared this on my COM-FB page. winks, jen

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  14. What a gorgeous tree!! You really outdid yourself,Pradeepa!

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  15. How perfectly awesome is this tree!! I love it! New follower here. Would love it if you would stop by and share this at my linky party going on right now :) http://everything-underthemoon.blogspot.com/2011/12/bedazzle-me-monday-11.html

    Have a great week!!

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  16. Wow, I'm seriously impressed. My crocheting skills are in infancy, I can't believe the possibilities people like you show on blog hops like the one I found you on, You're Talking Too Much.
    Janet

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  17. That is so pretty! Crocheting is one skill I was never able to get ahang of. Knitting-yes, crocheting-no. We'd love you to share it with our readers as well for Fun Stuff Fridays linky party. http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2011/12/fun-stuff-fridays-2.html

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  18. That is adorable! I would love for you to submit this to the Make and Takes spotlight page (http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight)

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  19. So beautiful, your crochet skills are just WOW. Thanks so much for the link, no time this year but I might be adventurous and try it for next Christmas.

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  20. This is adorable! A tree that my toddler wouldn't destroy or be hurt by.

    So glad to have you at our Pin'Inspiration Party this week.

    Happy follower, would love if you popped over and grabbed a button.

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  21. The tree is beautiful. Thanks for the link to the instructions
    KATRIN W.

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  22. the tree is very beautiful! Merry Christmas!

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  23. Nice work, will add to my to do list in 2012, thanks for the inspiration! Happy xmas and new year to you :)

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  24. wow your tree is so beautiful :) I love the flower decorations, I should have used something like that. Maybe next year :)

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  25. increible!! me encanta, te felicito porque es un gran trabajo además de bonito, me lo apunto en mis labores pendientes que ya tendrá que ser el proximo año

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  26. Christmasy...festive...lovely...

    ...oh, so perfectly crocheted. I simply love it!

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  27. wow ths s superb....love it ma

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  28. wowwww pradeepa am seeing it noww only!! really outstanding it is!!!luks so real!!congrats!

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  29. Hi
    I had seen this pattern at Michael's and wanted to make it. The amount of yarn needed for this is not specified in the pattern. It would really help me out a lot if you could direct me as to how much of each yarn is required for this. Also, did you use the two colors as specified in the original pattern?

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    1. I'm sorry, Joyce. I made it long ago and don't remember how much yarn I needed, also I used yarn from my stash and not the ones specified in the original pattern.

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  30. Hi Pradeepa,
    thanks for replying! I got a 100g ball of acrylic DK yarn. I've now finished the base and run through around half a ball of the yarn (I made the base a little longer).. I think 100g yarn must be plenty for this.. will let you know how it turns out. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  31. I can´t find this pattern and I can´t find an enail adress to Michaels either (if I don´t live in the USA).
    Can you help me? This is by far the best tree I ever seen, and I looked a lot ;0)
    Regards Agneta

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    1. I don't think the pattern is available anymore in their site. I too checked but couldn't find it. I made it long back and don't remember the pattern. I don't even have the tree with me anymore.

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  32. I think the old page is available via the web archive here: https://web.archive.org/web/20110928093225/http:/www.michaels.com/Crochet-Christmas-Tree/h00062,default,pd.html

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