Picot Tree Ornament Crochet Pattern
Can you believe we’re less than 3 weeks away from Christmas?! This week I’ll be sharing TWO holiday themed patterns here on my blog. Up first is the Picot Tree Ornament! This quick and easy crochet Christmas tree ornament is the perfect handmade decoration for the tree!
The Picot Tree Ornament uses the picot single crochet stitch (you guy’s know I love it!) to create tiny, mini bobbles and tons of fun texture! This pattern seriously works up so fast. If you’re in need of some last minute Christmas gifts, this is it!
This pattern calls for a medium weight yarn and you can use whatever fiber you’d like! I used Circulo Natural Cotton for the mustard yellow and grey ornament, and used I Love This Cotton for the green. I love cotton for this pattern as it doesn’t fuzz and keeps the ornament very neat and clean looking. Since this pattern uses so little yarn, it’s a great stash busting project, so use what you have and it’s going to look great!
You’re also going to need a 3.25″ round ornament. I used clear, glass ornaments I got from Hobby Lobby (you can use these similar ones from HERE). Since we’ll be covering it, it can be any color and you can also use plastic or acrylic so it’s not so easily breakable!
Follow along with the video tutorial on YouTube!
● This pattern starts with a magic circle but will be worked in rows. Once completed, we will wrap the cover around the ornament and sew up the side.
● The number in parenthesis at the end of each row represents the total number of stitches to be worked in each row.
● Beginning chains do not count as stitches throughout the whole pattern. At the end of each row, chain 1 and turn, work the first stitch into the last stitch from the previous row.
● Stitches between ** are to be repeated until the end of the row or until otherwise stated.
● The right side of your work will show the texture from the PSC stitches. The wrong side will be flat.
● Measure the diameter after working row 4. It should measure between 3”-3.5”. If yours measures smaller or larger, go up or down a hook size until proper gauge is reached.
Abbreviations (US Terms)
ST(s) – Stitch(es)
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
SC2TOG – Single Crochet Two Together
HDC – Half Double Crochet
PSC – Picot Single Crochet
Check out the video tutorial if extra assistance is needed for the special stitches.
PSC – Picot Single Crochet
Insert your hook into the designated stitch. Pull up a loop, yarn over, and pull through the 1st loop on your hook. Yarn over and pull through the 1st loop again. Yarn over and pull through the 1st loop once more. Yarn over and pull through both loops on your hook. Push the CH 3 you just created behind so that it bumps out on the right side of your work and work the next ST.
Magic Circle, CH 1
Row 1: SC x8 inside circle. CH 1 & turn (8)
Row 2: 2 HDC in each ST across. CH 1 & turn (16)
Row 3: *HDC in 1st ST, 2 HDC in next* CH 1 & turn (24)
Row 4: *HDC in 1st 2 STs, 2 HDC in next* CH 1 & turn (32)
Diameter should measure between 3”-3.5”
Row 5: SC in each ST across. CH 1 & turn (32)
Row 6: *PSC in 1st ST, SC in next* CH 1 & turn (32)
Row 7: SC in each ST across. CH 1 & turn (32)
Rows 8-11: Repeat Rows 6 & 7
Row 12: HDC in each ST across. CH 1 & turn (32)
Row 13: *SC in 1st 2 STs, SC2TOG* CH 1 & turn (24)
Row 14: *SC in 1st ST, SC2TOG* CH 1 & turn (16)
Row 15: SC2TOG x8 (8)
Tie off yarn leaving a 6” tail.
Closing & Finishing
Wrap cover around your ornament with the right side facing out. Using a yarn needle and a whip stitch, sew down the side of the ornament cover to close. Secure with a few knots at the bottom and weave in ends.
And you’re all done! I hope you enjoyed the Picot Tree Ornament pattern! I can’t wait to see your finished creations, so be sure to tag @theturtletrunk on Instagram!
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