This beautiful crochet snowflake pattern works up very quick and it so pretty. Snowflakes can be used for decorations for the whole winter. String them together, sew them onto something else that you created, or just tuck them into your Holiday decorations. No matter where you choose to place yours, I am sure that it will be just perfect.
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Handmade Holiday DIY
These snowflakes may seem complicated, but they really are not. It took a little bit to figure out the first one, but once I did, I just couldn’t stop making them. I actually wanted to make them in white and light blue. However, I ended up making them in white and red.
There is a cute Christmas hat that I made and it seemed like snowflakes would be the prefect adornment. You be the judge. Taking the time to create handmade DIY items for your home and family can be so rewarding.
Easy Crochet Snowflake Pattern
This Winter Holiday decoration is made in just four rounds. Therefore, they work up quickly. Experiment with various colors of yarn. Additionally, varying the thickness of the yarn will also make a difference in the look and feel of this pattern. Create unique handmade pieces to decorate gifts, hang on the Christmas tree, adorn a window, or just scatter in a coffee table as a coaster.
Create the look you love in your home.
With handmade DIY, you leave a little bit of yourself in each item you make.
Crochet Snowflake Pattern Directions
Just a bit beyond beginner
Boye Crochet Hook Size E
Red Heart Love Metallic Red (Partial Skein)
Red Heart Love Metallic White (Partial Skein)
CH = chain
DC = Double Crochet
SC = Single Crochet
SL ST = Slip Stitch
ST = Stitch
Begin with a magic circle. Red Heart Love Metallic Red (Partial Skein) Here is another post with complete directions on how to make a magic circle.
CH 1, SC 12 times into the magic circle. Join with a SL ST into the first SC.
CH 3, DC into same ST, CH 3, Skip a ST, *2 DC in next ST, Ch 3, Skip ST*. Repeat between * 5 times. Join last CH 3 into 3rd CH of first CH 3 (the starting DC).
CH 1, SC in next DC, [2 SC, CH 5, 2 SC] in CH 3 space, *SC in next 2 DCs, 2 SC, CH 5, 2 SC, in CH 3 space.* Repeat between * 5 times. Join with a SL ST in CH 1 at the start of round.
*CH 3, SC in next SC, CH 2 skip 2 SCs, [SC, 3 CH, SC, CH 5, SC, 3 CH, SC] in CH 5 space, CH 2 Skip 2 SCs, SC in SC* 5 times. *CH 3, SC in next SC, CH 2, Skip 2 SCs, [SC, 3 CH, SC, CH 5, SC, 3 CH, SC] in CH 5 space, CH 2 SL ST into SL ST on previous round.
Pull the yarn through the last loop and weave in the end.
Enjoy your handmade snowflake
Stiffening the Crochet Snowflake
I did not use any type of stiffener for these snowflakes; however, I think that they would look nicer if I did.
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You can find Victoria crocheting, quilting, and creating recipes. She has worked in restaurants for many years. Her many crochet patterns and quilt patterns are enjoyed by many. In her professional career, she has worked in management in a wide variety of businesses including higher education as a dean of a division. All the while attending college part-time to achieve her doctorate in higher education with an emphasis in e-learning.