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Oh Christmas Tree

By: Amanda Berry from fluff and fuzz

You may not be able to string lights this Christmas tree, but it is still sure to light up a room. The Oh Christmas Tree is an adorable stuffed Christmas tree pattern that will make a great holiday craft to get you in the spirit of the season. This cute little tree can easily be hung as an ornament on an actual Christmas tree or be placed on the table as a festive centerpiece. However you choose to feature the Oh Christmas Tree, it will be a great addition to your holiday decorating.

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Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is such a cute Christmas tree, raging I missed this one for Christmas just gone but no time like the present to start planning Christmas knits) I was thinking this could be a very cute doorstop, has anyone tried the pattern as this before? Would anyone have any recommendation as to what I could fill the knit with to give it the weight to stay and keep the door open?

Oh these are the cutest little trees ever. They'd look great hanging on a tree or as a bag charm. I think they'd also make great stocking fillers - especially for using up old wool. What about filling them with a scented Christmassy filling, with some nice clove, nutmeg or cinnamon?

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