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Crocheting birch trees is a whimsical journey into the enchanting realm of nature's magic. With each stitch, the delicate white bark emerges, capturing the ethereal essence of these majestic trees. Through the artful interplay of yarn and imagination, one can craft miniature forests that exude tranquility and wonder. As the crochet hook weaves its spell, the trees come to life, invoking a sense of awe and reverence for the natural world. In the quiet moments of creation, we are transported to woodland glades where the soft rustle of leaves and the gentle sway of branches beckon us to wander in the serenity of our own handmade oasis.


225 stitches wide by 259 rows.


No specific border


Experience: Beginner. There are no special stitches! Knit companion (free version) is a great tool for keeping track of where you are in the pattern too.

Language/Terminology: US Terms


Stitches used: Double crochet Front Loop Only (dcflo) and Single Crochet Back Loop Only (scblo)


Technique: Overlay Mosaic Crochet


Pattern Includes:
Chart with symbols.
Written directions with pattern notes/guides and stich notes/guides. Printable chart pattern and one large chart for devices and tools like Knit Companion.

No Border is called out.


You can use any yarn and appropriate hook size to work this project.

Estimates are based on DK yarn and 4 hook.
MC - est. 2900 yards
CC - est 1600 yards
(Estimates do not include a border. No specific border is required. Pattern notes talk about color changes for birches vs background. Video also on youtube )


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