Here’s another pattern I polished up for the Facebook Pin Loom Weaving Support Group September 2017 Square Swap. I originally worked on several, several, SEVERAL Christmas tree patterns in June 2016. I became SO SICK of them that I couldn’t bring myself to work on them again till a whole year-plus had passed; I even got tired of using green yarn—ME, I know!!!

Guess what? I finally decided that “Christmas Tree 1” looked the best. But hey, I tried just about everything (including several iterations of a tiered tree—you know, two triangles stacked on each other—didn’t look so good, but I may post some of them anyway because you might like them).

Christmas Tree 1

The diagram works just as well as the written instructions.


R1: P
R2: P12, U3, O1, U3, P12
R3: P14, U3, P14
R4: Rpt R2
R5: P6, (U3, O1) x 4, U3, P6
R6: P4, (U3, O1) x 5, U3, P4
R7: Rpt R5
R8: P8, (U3, O1) x 3, U3 P8
R9: Rpt R5
R10: Rpt R8
R11: P10, (U3, O1) x 2, U3, P10
R12: Rpt R8
R13: Rpt R11
R14: Rpt R2
R15: Rpt R3
R16: P

The diagram shows where to add beads (on L3 warps). Originally I only added seven beads. Later I tried adding 11. I like it both ways, but I think I prefer 7. I used a variety of yarn types and beads in the following samples. The second photo shows the back view of some of the trees. (I used 6/0 Rocaille, or seed, beads.)


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