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Crocheting for Christmas part 4: Rudolph Christmas Tree Ball

Unbekannt(5)I promised you some Christmas patterns that provide you with ideas for both – advent calendar and Christmas Tree. We started of with a Christmas Tree Ball in form of Frosty the Snowman, now here comes somebody absolutely essential for Christmas. Of course it is Rudolph the rednosed Reighndeer! I hope you like the cute little guy and have fun crocheting.

Of we go:

1. Round: 6 sc into a magic ring
2. Round: [sc, inc] 3 x (9 sc)
3. – 4. Round: 9 sc
5. Round: inc 4, sc 5 (13 sc)
6. Round: [inc, sc] 5x, sc 3 (19 sc)
7. Round: [sc 2, inc] 6x, sc (25 sc)
8. Round: [sc 3, inc] 6x, sc (31 sc)
9. – 12. Round: 31 sc
13. Round: [sc 4, dec] 5x, sc (26 sc)
14. Round: [sc 3, dec] 5x, sc (21 sc]
15. Round: [sc 2, dec] 5x, sc (16 sc)
16. Round: [sc, dec] 5x, sc (11 sc)
17. Round: dec until the ball is closed

Cut yarn and sew up the end


Left ear
1. Round: ch 4
2. Round: sl in 2nd chain from hook, sc, 3 sc in last ch, sc, sl

Cut yarn and sew up the end

Right ear
1. Round: ch 4
2. Round: sc in 2nd chain from hook, sc, sl in last ch, sl, sc 2 in last ch

Cut yarn and sew up the end


1. Round: ch 21

2. Round: sc in 2nd chain from hook, sc 3, put ch 8 into a loop and tie ch no. 5 and 8 together, crochet sc 3 in the ch on the bottomside, then 2 sc in the last ch, sl 3 on the other side, form another ch 8 loop and sl it together, then put sc 3 into the ch on the bottom and 2 sc into the last ch, sl 9 all the way to your first starting point.


Cut yarn and sew up the end

Now stitch the eyes on with 2 cross stitches in black on each side. Then stitch on the nose with red yarn and simple stitches.

Got it!


As always, this pattern is a prototype and could contain some errors. If you realize something is wrong, don’t hesitate to contact me and I will try to fix it asap.

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