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Pine Trees Mini Sock

By: Nuts About Needlepoint

You'll love the look of this needlepoint pattern from Nuts About Needlepoint! Once you make a Pine Trees Mini-Sock, you'll want to make many more!


Pine Trees Mini-Sock



  • 8″ x 10″ 18 mesh mono needlepoint canvas
  • 1 card Rainbow Gallery Rainbow Tweed RT35 (brown)
  • Scraps of green thread of various kinds
  • 1 skein oatmeal overdyed thread (background)



Pine Tree Mini-Sock


  1. Using the mini sock outline, trace the ornament onto the canvas.

    Pine Tree Mini-Sock
  2. This is the chart for the pine trees. It’s made from Diagonal Gobelins over three threads. The slant of the Gobelins reverses on each side of the tree. I found it easiest to stitch the top of a pine tree, then add the trunk and then move on to the next tree.
  3. There are six open threads between the trees.

    Pine Trees Mini-Sock
  4. The background is Alternating Diagonal Gobelin Stripe over six threads. The stitch is done in columns with the slant of the stitch alternating.


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