Easy Crochet Snowflake Pattern & Winter Projects with My Favorite Bloggers

 

I came up with this pattern to put on my small crocheted stockings, however you could also use them for Christmas tree ornaments, garland, or put them on a gift, or as a last minute gift themselves.  They are pretty easy and quick once you have made a few.

 I have to say, this is the first time I have ever written out a pattern and posted it.  I feel a little sick to my stomach about it.  If you try it and it doesn’t work please let me know. I will try to fix it or answer any questions you have.  This is for you Terry. :) And of course anyone else who feels like trying it.

You will need:

  • size 3 crochet thread (I used a glitter white color, Red Heart)
  • #5 (1.90 mm) metal crochet hook

Round 1

Chain 2, sc 8 into 2nd chain from hook.  Join with slst into first sc.

Round 2
work 2 dc into each stitch (16 dc) join with slst.

Round 3
Chain 7 *skip next dc, work 2 dc into next stitch chain 4** repeat from *to **.  Work one double crochet in stitch next to the 7 chains join with a slst into 3rd chain. (this makes 8, dc 4chain loops.)

Round 4 
*sc 3 into chain 4 space, chain 3, sc 3 into same 4 chain space** repeat from *to**.  Join with slst into first sc.  Leave the tails long to make a loop to hang on tree or to tie onto stocking.

Abbreviations:
dc-double crochet
slst-slip stich
sc-single crochet

You may want to iron and starch them if you are going to put them on a tree.

I hope you get a chance to try them. 

My Favorite Bloggers have teamed together again to bring you some awesome WINTER projects.


From left to right, top to bottom: Sky from Creative Capital B, Adrianne from Happy Hour Projects, Melanie from It Happens in a Blink, Amy from One Artsy Mama, ChiWei from 1 Dog Woof, Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me, Kadie from Seven Alive, Bethany from Pitter and Glink, Kara from Happy Go Lucky, Lauren from Thinking Closet, Tara from Suburble, Nancy from Do Small Things with Love, Meredith Wait Til Your Father Gets Home, and Kirsten from One Tough Mother
Click on the links below the image to hop around and see their amazing talent! Trust me you are going to find something you want to make. ;)

Peppermint Sugar Cookie Snowman,   Zippered Snowflake Pouch,   Crocheted Winter Gnome,   Crocheted Snowflake Pattern,  Winter Princess Pearl Necklace,   Safety Pin Ice Skates,   15 Winter Boredom Busters for Kids,   Winter Party Favors,   Gold-Brushed Pine Cone Ornaments,   Winter Gift in a Jar,   Candy Swirl Winter Centerpiece,   Egg Nog Cookies,   Easy Beaded Snowflakes,   DIY Christmas Trees.

Happy Winter Crafting.

 

 

Comments

  1. says

    Hi….I’m visiting from Tip Junkie and love this idea! I have some that my great grandmother made so I really like the idea of having something to pass down through the generations. :)

  2. says

    He he. I’m so excited to give them a try. I’ll let you know how I do (and you know if I can do, anybody can, lol). Thanks so much for getting this pattern up so quickly.

  3. Anonymous says

    So simple to make. Kinda made up my own instructions. beg. with chain 4 sls tog. chain 2 sc 7 sls dc ineach 8sc makes 16dc. ch 7 etc ok row 4 sc along edge in each ch4 sc 3 then sc seperate then sc balance of 4 ch sc on each dc. Thank you for your posting.

  4. Anonymous says

    Do you have the pattern for the Christmas stocking–and what size is it? I made a similar one but with knit-crosheen. Thanks! really cute!

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