Wee Find: Christmas Tree Wall Hanging
After a touch of vintage Kitschmas to add to your Christmas decor? How about this amazing vintage macrame-inspired crochet Christmas tree by Pilgrim Lee of Draw!Pilgrim?
Inspired by the knit and macramé wall hangings of the 60s, Pilgrim has created a detailed PDF crochet pattern that’s available to purchase from drawpilgrim.com and Etsy. It’s an instant download so you don’t have to worry about delivery dates!
It’s a very ‘now’ look for Christmas this year, as vintage-inspired macrame and textile wall hangings are one of this year’s biggest trends in design and interiors.
It’s also perfect if you don’t have the space for a Christmas tree, and it’s perfectly proportioned to hang on the back of a door and lend some Christmas kitsch to even the tiniest apartment.
The pattern includes a glossary of crochet terms, a list of supplies, written instructions AND a stitch diagram. Pilgrim tells me that if you can crochet a granny square, you can make this!
Wouldn’t it make a very cute and thoughtful present for a crafty friend and vintage lover: just download and print out the pattern and instructions, and bundle it up in a box with the supplies listed in the pattern (crochet needles, yarn, and maybe a box of chocolates).
I’m also loving Pilgrim’s dedication to Kitschmas and her approach to decorating her home for the festive season. Get a load of her Christmas tree!
She made that incredible stained-glass effect backdrop herself by cutting and pasting individual shapes of tissue paper to her windows. Amazing, right?
And she grabbed her glue gun and a bunch of discount-store baubles to fashion this kitsch-tastic Christmas wreath.
I salute Pilgrim’s dedication to a very crafty Kitschmas!