Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Ornaments, Lights and Stars!

I bought these last year for the first tree I made. They were from Joann's but any craft store will have them.The stars you can put the stick part right thru the tiny hole on top the tree!
Those little presents are so cute!
I used a rainbow variegated yarn to make a garland looking somewhat like lights. Looks good on the darker tree.
This one I made last year. The branches are a little smooshed from being stored.
That silly little boy again! :)
Here is the light green one from last year, the dark green one I just made, and the white one which is 2 strands, so it's a little bigger.

17 comments:

  1. Wow! your christmas tree is amazing!

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  2. wow your chirstmas tree is amazing please i would ask you are you have diagram or craft or paint patterns to tree please please share me the pattern my e-mail is helen_q@orange.jo

    thanks

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  3. Your Christmas tree is lovely!
    Hugs

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  4. Can you give me the translations for your abbreviations? I assume "ch" is chain, but I'm uncertain.

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  5. What a beautiful tree!! I'm going to share it tomorrow on my facebook page, Amigurumi Freely. It'll be loved by many I'm sure :)

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  7. I saw one of these trees made up at a Craft meeting yesterday - the owner kindly sent me a link, because I want to make it for myself. Many thanks for sharing, I think it''s a brilliant little tree!

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  8. Thank you for sharing, my holiday crazy friend will LOVE this.

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  9. It's the hat that's silly, the little boy is very clever to get on mommy's good side like that! :)

    Maybe I missed it but are you using worsted weight yarn? Think sport weight would work?

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  11. Hi Nancy! I did this pattern last year and I loved it! I would like to ask your permission permission to translate the pattern to Spanish and post it on my blog (El taller de Aracne)? I would link back to your blog :)

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  12. Great tutorial! Thank you so much. We had one of these trees when I was a kid but it was lost and I have wanted to make one but had a tough time with patterns I have found. This brought it all together for me. Thank you for putting this together. :)

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  13. LOL - he may regret those pictures lter, but the tree is just what my down-sized place needs. THANKS

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  14. LOL - he may regret those pictures lter, but the tree is just what my down-sized place needs. THANKS

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  15. Thanks for the pattern :) I used white cotton with a G hook for a petite version. It's adorable!

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