Bringing a bit of nature to life is very satisfying. Plant these trees across your mantle, bring them out at Christmas, or use them as a forest for your children’s toys. 

I’ve provided two yarn weights and two finishing options here (with and without the wrapped cord), but once you start, you will easily see how to do them in other weights and with modifications to make them delightful. I’m really looking forward to your creativity. Or should I say creativi-tree?Wee Evergreens knitting pattern from Imagined Landscapes, in fingering and worsted

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Skills Used
•knit and purl in the round
•k2tog, k3tog
•i-cord or crochet chain (optional)
Video tutorial for sewing down the cord

Sizes tiny (medium, large)

  • Fingering Weight Height: 4.5” (6”, 8.5”) / 10 (15.5, 23) cm 
  • Fingering Weight Circumference: 4.5” (6.5”, 9.5”) / 11.5 (17, 25) cm
  • Worsted Weight Height: 6.5” (10”, 12.5”) / 16 (45.5, 36.5) cm
  • Worsted Weight Circumference: 6” (9”, 13”) / 15 (23, 33) cm

Wee Evergreens knitting pattern from Imagined Landscapes, in sock weight Stroll Tweed yarn


Approximate Yardage (with a 15% buffer)
tiny (medium, large)
•Fingering Weight: 32 (68, 91) yd. / 29 (63, 84) m; 7 (15, 20) g
•Worsted Weight: 32 (66, 110) yd. / 29 (60, 100) m; 17 (33, 55) g

Yarns shown:

Knit Picks Stroll Tweed; colour shown: Dill Heather

Knit Picks Chroma Worsted; colour shown: New Leaf

yarn needle, removable stitch markers, a beginning of round marker, fluffy stuffing like roving/polyfill stuffing, weighted stuffing like poly pellets/aquarium gravel/dried beans, cardboard (or plastic container lid), crochet hook (optional)

Wee Evergreens knitting pattern from Imagined Landscapes, in Chroma worsted