How to Make a Bobble Christmas Tree – Quick and Easy Crochet Pattern

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Please note that some third party individuals have created Pinterest pins of this design, indicating that it is free. You may have clicked that image and arrived here. However, this is a premium design that can be purchased via the shop links, below. To find my other Bobble Tree designs, check out these patterns: Free Bobble Tree Ornament, Free Bobble Tree Beanie.

For weeks, I’ve been wanting to create some home decor items that I could sell at my November craft fairs. I know pumpkins are hot (and I have a great pumpkin pattern that I may have to save until next year), but most of my buyers are Christmas shoppers. So, when Mary Maxim asked if I wanted to design something special with their yarn, I thought these bobble Christmas trees would do the trick!

And I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out.

Introducing the Bibbledy Bobbledy Christmas Tree

The Bibbledy Bobbledy Christmas Tree crochet pattern is so named because I’m at Disney World as this pattern launches…and, yes, I purchased a new Mickey Christmas decoration!

The crocheted pine tree is three dimensional and can be made any size you wish. The pattern includes instructions for three sizes (measurements listed below) but experienced crocheters will be able to increase the size easily.

If you’re not experienced, simply choose a size 6 yarn and use a hook just one or two sizes smaller than recommended by the manufacturer to create a chunkier tree.

Want a tiny tree? Use size 4 yarn, similarly, and you’ll have a Christmas village sized decor….and keep an eye out for an add-on modification for this pattern as earring sized trees are in the works!

See…these beauties are so versatile! I can’t wait to see yours. Be sure to share your trees on social media and tag @madewithatwist so I can share your handiwork with all my followers. (I love to see your take on my designs!)

Sizes/Finished Measurements

Large tree: 8″ tall x 6″ across at base

Medium tree: 7″ tall x 4.5″ at base

Small tree: 6″ tall x 3″ at base

Pattern Notes

  • Skill Level: Easy/Intermediate
  • US Terminology 
  • Permission to sell the finished product – kindly credit @madewithatwist in online listings.
  • See suggested retail pricing, below.
Image of three crocheted Bobble Christmas Trees home decor in brown, blue, and white colors on a circular wooden plank
It’s too bad I didn’t send this photo to my tech editor! Did you catch the mistake? Since I’m on vacation right now, I’m going to leave the spelling error. When I get home, I’ll retake this photo. Merry Christmas!

Get the Downloadable, Ad-free PDF of this Design

If you’d love to make these adorable trees, I’ve created a beautifully formatted, large print, ad-free PDF of this pattern with instructions for 3 sizes of trees for you to use at your convenience and you can get it on Ravelry for less than the cost of a cup of coffee…or join the Made with a Twist Makers Club to get lifetime access to all Made with a Twist PDF patterns for just $25!

Copyright notice: This pattern and its images are copyright protected and the sole property of Made with a Twist by Crochetpreneur®, a division of Montgomery Grice Enterprises, Inc. Please do not redistribute, transfer, or sell the pattern, or alter it to claim as your own  You may sell any products you create from this pattern. Please credit the designer by linking online listings to or tagging @madewithatwist.

Suggested Pricing for Crochet Sellers

Photo of a chart with the suggested pricing for crochet sellers


*Marketing to bargain shoppers is not recommended.

*Increase value for boutique buyers with luxury yarns, packaging, and/or embellishments for boutique shoppers.

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  1. Very cute trees!

    (You spelled Christmas wrong on your display sign)

    1. Thank you for your sweet words and, oh my gosh, I know about the spelling error! I think I added a little blurb that I realized the mistake too late. I try to teach my followers that mistakes are OK and perfection can keep you paralyzed. So, instead of taking an hour to rephotograph, edit, and upload the picture, I just left it as a reminder that 🤷‍♀️ sometimes good enough is good enough. 👩‍🦱

  2. Pam, I just love these little trees! So adorable! I will be buying the pattern for sure! Thanks for creating such a cute design! 🙂

    1. Thank you, Carol! I can’t wait to see your little finished trees!

  3. OMGosh! These Christmas trees are absolutely adorable!!! I can see them used so many different ways. Thank you so much for sharing with us. ♥️🌲♥️

    1. Thank you, Teri! I’m in the process of making them unstuffed with a tealight inside and they’re adorable. I’m having so much fun experimenting with them. 🙂

  4. Hi Pam
    Fell in love with this little work of art the minute I saw it!
    I crochet and knit for friends and family..
    Every time I’ve turned a hobby into a little business it becomes “work” for me…
    You’ve made my friends and family very happy!

    1. Hi Jessika,

      Thank you for your kind words. I can certainly understand how creating a business can turn something fun into work but it sounds like you’ve found a way to get your lovelies into the hands of people who will appreciate them while still having fun. Yay!


  5. Tory Turner says:

    Hi there Pam! I really want to subscribe to your blog so that I can follow you and so that I can learn how to really start my business in the crochet world but I can’t seem to figure out how to do that. Can you point me in the right direction? Thank you!

    1. Hi Tory,
      Thank you so much for wanting to subscribe! You can subscribe to the Made with a Twist newsletter here: and you can subscribe to my Crochetpreneur newsletter (business tips for crochet business owners)

      Just so you know, if you subscribe to both, you may get some duplicate emails right off the bat, but that will resolve after about 3 days. I apologize for that and am working on a solution.

      Would love to have you join us in our Crochetpreneurs Facebook group, too! You can do that here:

      I hope to see you there!

  6. Amanda Wilson says:

    I don’t see the directions for how to make these? Pinterest said it was a tutorial/free pattern. Am I missing something?

    1. Hi Amanda,
      I’m so sorry for the confusion. A scraper site created a false Pinterest pin in order to make ad revenue from my image (click bait). From there, they linked to the actual post, here. This pattern has always been a premium pattern and not offered for free.
      I know that’s really frustrating, it’s frustrating for me, too. I hope you understand that errant pin wasn’t my doing but was copyright infringement.

    2. Amanda, I have the pattern, if your’re still interested ? Tell me Bye

      1. Hi Sammie,
        As you know, as a blog owner yourself, it is against copyright law (see: illegal) for you to offer to share a copy of someone else’s copyrighted design. 👀

  7. Darlene Clark says:

    I made a set with worsted yarn to try the pattern. They turned out really nice, and work up fast. I thought I might try some holding 2 strands together of some sparkle yarn I have. Thank you for the great pattern. Well written, and easy to follow.

  8. It says that there is a free option for this pattern. There is no such pattern. Just showed the home page info.Frustrating

    1. Hi Beverly,
      I apologize that there is no free version of this pattern. However, there was some nastiness with a “scraper site” creating a Pinterest pin that indicated that the pattern was free in order to draw people to their own site (to get ad revenue) before redirecting them here. I thought I had gotten all of the errant pins removed, but you may have gotten caught in that process. There is a free pattern for the bobble tree ornament, if you’d like to check that out. It can be found here:


  9. Where’s the pattern? I’d like to make one of the trees, but i can’t find the pattern. ( I’d really like to make a tree since i can’t afford one of my own.)

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