Christmas Tree Garland Pattern

Hello, all!  I hope you're staying safe wherever you are.  In my part of the world we're still dealing with a rising second wave of Covid cases, so I'm finding myself with a lot of free time (and yarn).  

The temperatures here in Canada are starting to drop, and the local stores have been full of Christmas decorations since before Halloween.  I've been seeing so many adorable Christmas and winter themed garlands, so I wanted to try making my own!

The trees can be sewn onto a garland, or left separate as a cute gift tag or tree ornament.  

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To make these you'll need:

  • Green Yarn (I used Scheepjes Catona in colour numbers 412, 515, and 244)
  • Dark brown yarn (same weight as the green yarn)
  • Beige yarn (or any colour you want for the garland chain)
  • A crochet hook to match your weight of yarn.  I used a 2.75mm hook.  If you use a thicker yarn, you might want a larger size
  • A tapestry needle for weaving in your ends
  • Green felt
  • Hot glue gun

  • Small led lights (optional)
  • Gold thread (optional)

  • SC = single crochet
  • BLO = back loop only
  • INC = increase
  • CH = chain
  • FO = fasten off

The Pattern 

Using either plain yarn, or yarn with gold thread held together

**At the start of each row (starting on Row 1), I began with a CH 1.  This helps transition you into the next row and shapes the tree a bit.  You can choose not to do this, but it won't look just like mine.  

Set up: CH 2, in 2nd CH from the hook SC 3 (3 stitches in row)
Row 1: SC, INC, SC (4 stitches in row)
Row 2: In BLO, SC across (4 stitches)
Row 3: SC, INC 2, SC  (6 stitches)
Row 4: In BLO, SC across
Row 5: SC 2, INC 2, SC 2 (8 stitches)
Row 6: In BLO, SC across
Row 7: SC 3, INC 2, SC 3 (10 stitches)
Row 8: In BLO, SC across
Row 9: SC 4, INC 2, SC 4 (12 stitches)
Row 10: In BLO, SC across
Row 11: SC 5, INC 2, SC 5 (14 stitches)
Row 12: In BLO, SC across
Row 13: SC 6, INC 2, SC 6 (16 stitches)
Row 14: In BLO, SC across
Row 15: SC 7, INC 2, SC 7 (18 stitches)
Row 16: In BLO, SC across
Row 17: SC across

To add the trunk, count across 7 stitches from row 17, and attach brown yarn, crocheting 4 SC.  Turn, and crochet four more SC, FO

Weave in all ends but the thread at the top of the tree (you'll use this to sew it to your CH)

Make a crochet CH the length that you want your garland to be. I added a gold thread into mine, but you can also just use plain yarn.

Attach the trees using that leftover thread.  I spaced mine 5 inches apart. 

I found that my trees were curling at this point, so I cut out felt triangles slightly smaller than the trees and glued them to the backs. 

Let me know if you have any questions in the comments, or feel free to get in contact with me using the contact form to the right.  

Also, don't forget to tag me on Instagram @loop.tee.loops if you make this or any other patterns, so I can see what everyone's creating :D

Happy crocheting!


Giant Squirtle Pattern


Two patterns in one month?  It's almost like I'm procrastinating from something.  (I am.)

I really need to take new pictures of Squirtle, but that update will have to wait for another time.  For now, happy crocheting! 

What You'll Need

Bernat blanket yarn in:

-Royal blue

-Vintage White


Scrap chunky white yarn (about 3 meters) (alternatively, use white bernat blanket yarn)

Brown, black, and white felt

Polyester stuffing

Glue Gun

Tapestry needle


6.5mm crochet hook

Each new line is a new row unless it says otherwise 


(Using blue)

SC 8 in magic loop

Inc x 8

*Sc, inc* X 8

*Sc 2, inc* X 8

*Sc 7, inc* X 4

Sc around for 4 rows

Sc 16, inc, sc 2, inc, sc 16

Sc around for 3 rows

Sc 3, Dec 16, sc 3

Sc 3, Dec 8, sc 3

Continuing on to the body

(using vintage white)

Inc 6, sc, inc 6 

*Sc 5, inc* X 2, sc 2, *inc, sc 5* X 2

*Sc 9, inc* X 3

Sc 9 rows

Dec to close, FO


(Using Taupe)

SC 8 in magic loop

Inc x 8

*Inc 5, sc 3* X 2

*Sc 2, inc* X 8, sc, inc

*Sc 3, inc* X 8, sc 2, inc 

*Sc 10, inc* X 4

*Sc 11, inc* X 4

(Switching to your white scrap yarn OR white bernat blanket yarn)

Slip stitch around the outside, creating the white border.  FO


Sc 8 into magic loop

Inc x 8

*Sc 3, inc* X 4

Sc around for 7 rows

*Sc 8, Dec* X 2

*Sc 7, Dec* x 2

*Sc 6, Dec* x 2

*Sc 5, Dec* x 2

Sc 12

Sc 4 more rows

DEC to close, FO


SC 6 into magic loop

Inc 3, sc 3

*Sc, inc* X 3, sc 3

Sc 3 rows

*Sc 2, Dec* X 3



CH 12 and join ends with slip stitch

*Sc 3, inc* X 3

Sc 3 rows

*Sc 3, Dec* X 3

Inc 4, sc 8

Sc 8, Dec 4

Dec to close, FO

Now sew all the parts together, making sure to stuff the arms, legs, and tail as firm as you want.  


I made the tail curl simply by folding over the top of the tail, and sewing that in place with extra yarn and the tapestry needle. 

For the eyes I cut out the felt, and simply glued it on with a glue gun.  

Have fun making him!  If you have issues, feel free to ask in the comments and I'll get back to you asap (I'm trying to check in on them more often)

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Giant Bulbasaur Crochet Pattern

 Well hello there.  I know I promised scheduled patterns when I published my Charmander pattern.... but it turns out I have once again underestimated my ability for procrastination.  

On the bright side I've cast on two blankets, a sweater, and started designing yet another knit top.  

On the not so bright side, I'm behind on publishing my Kanto set.  So it's time to get on that.  

Here's Bulbasaur.  Hopefully Squirtle isn't too long off (I know better than to make promises now.)

Enjoy making it!  If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments!

Bulbasaur Crochet Pattern

What You'll Need:

Bernat blanket yarn in Teal and Green

Dark Teal Felt

Red Felt

White Felt

7mm Crochet Hook


Hot Glue Gun

Tapestry Needle


Row 1: Make a magic loop and SC 8 into it

Row 2: INC x 8

Row 3: *SC, INC* x 8

Row 4: *SC 2, INC* x 8

Row 5: *SC 7, INC* x 4

Row 6-10: SC around

Row 11: INC 2, SC 9, INC 2, SC 23

Row 12-13: SC around

Row 14: DEC 12, SC 8, DEC 4

Row 15: DEC 7, SC 4, DEC 3

Stuff Head

Row 16-close: DEC to close, FO


Row 1: CH 24, join into a loop using a slip stitch

Row 2: SC 5, INC 2, SC 10, INC 2, SC 5

Row 3: SC 6, INC 2, SC 12, INC 2, SC 6

Row 4: SC 7, INC 2, SC 14, INC 2, SC 7

Row 5-11: SC around

Row 12-close: DEC to close, FO


Make 4

Row 1: SC 6 into magic loop

Row 2: INC 3, SC 3

Row 3: *SC, INC* x 3, SC 3

Row 4: SC 3, INC 3, SC 6

Row 5-7: SC around

Row 8: *SC 3, DEC* x 3, FO


Make 2

Row 1: SC 8 into magic loop

Row 2: *SC, INC* x 4

Row 3: *SC 2, INC* x 4, FO


Row 1: SC 6 into magic loop

Row 2: SC x 6

Row 3: INC x 6

Row 4: *SC, INC* x 6

Row 5: *SC 2, INC* x 6

Row 6: *SC 2, INC* x 8

Row 7: *SC 3, INC* x 8

Row 8: *SC 7, INC* x 5

Row 9-12: SC around

Row 13: *SC 2, DEC* x 11, SC

Now, stuff the body, and sew the head onto it.  I find it useful to use sewing pins to confirm the placement.  

Sew the ears onto the head, sew the pod and legs onto the body.  

Lastly, add your felt details!  I've provided some pictures below for felt placement as well as limb placement when sewing stuff on.

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Giant Charmander Crochet Pattern

Hello, all!

It's (once again) been a while since I've posted a pattern. But I have THREE lined up, which I'll be posting over the next three weeks.

With the pandemic still keeping me home, I have a bit more time on my hands. In between working on a few paid patterns, I really wanted to publish a few free ones for those of you who are also stuck inside.

The first patterns I shared on this blog were tiny versions of the original Kanto starters. My next three will be GIANT versions of them.

First up: Charmander.

Each of these next three patterns are made using Bernat Blanket yarn. I suggest that you use the recommended yarns, as I haven't tested with any other materials or weights.

If you do try out a different yarn, be sure to let me know how it went in the comments!

The Pattern

What You'll Need

6.5mm crochet hook

Bernat blanket Yarn in Pumpkin Spice

Felt in:





Tapestry Needle

Glue Gun


Polyester stuffing

Acrylic yarn in:




Pattern Notes:

Each new line is a new row, unless I say otherwise

Head and Body

SC 8 into magic loop

INC (16)

*SC, INC* x 8 (24)

*SC 2, INC* x 8 (32)

SC for 4 rows

INC 3, SC, INC 3, SC 25 (38)

SC for 3 rows

DEC 11, SC 10, DEC 3 (24)

DEC 5, SC 12, DEC (18)

Stuff Head

*SC 5, INC* x 3 (21)

SC 7, *SC, INC* x 7 (28)

*SC 6, INC* x 4 (32)

SC for 9 rows

DEC to close, stuff body before it's fully closed, FO


SC 6 in magic loop

INC (12)



DEC 4, INC 4 (12)

SC 6, INC 2, SC 4 (14)

SC 9, INC 2, SC 3 (16)

DEC 4, SC 6, DEC (11)

Stuff legs

DEC to close, FO


SC 5 into magic loop

INC (10)

SC 4 rows

DEC, SC 3, DEC, SC 3 (8)


Stuff Arms


SC 4 in magic loop

INC 2, SC 2 (6)

SC, INC 2, SC 3 (8)

SC 2, INC 2, SC 4 (10)

SC 3, INC 2, SC 3, DEC (11)

SC 4, INC 2, SC 3, DEC (12)

SC 4, INC 2, SC 4, DEC (13)

SC 5, INC 2, SC 5, DEC (14)

SC 6, INC 2, SC 5, DEC (15)

SC 6, INC 2, SC 6, DEC (16)

Now to shape the tail, I did SC on the bottom (no increases or decreases), and slip stitched on the top. The top of the tail will be with that line of increases you made pointing up.

Should you not want to bother with this, you can just put some modeling wire in the tail to shape it.

I did 5 more rows after the increases and decreases.

Stuff Tail

Putting it all Together

At this point I made the flame for the tail. I took acrylic yarn in orange, yellow, and red, and unraveled it giving it a looser, softer look, I tied a large knot in it, and put it through the magic loop in the tip of the tail. If the loop was still too loose I tightened it at this point.

I then sewed the tail on, and cut the beige felt to size to cover the tummy and underside of the tail. Then I just glued it on. 


Next sew your arms and legs on, weaving in all ends as you go (including the tail end.

For the eyes I examined many pictures of Charmander until I found my favourite design, and cut the pieces of felt out. Set them up before you glue them together to make sure they're perfect.

Glue the eyes together, and stick them on your Charmander.

And you're done!

Let me know in the comments if you have any questions, if I missed a step, or if anything was unclear. 

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Stay safe and healthy <3  

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