If you’re looking for how to crochet snowflake Christmas ornaments these free and easy crochet snowflake patterns are the perfect project to make. This is my collection of crochet snowflakes which has all my simple crochet patterns, quick and easy to crochet.
Because never it’s too early to start crocheting for Christmas I’ve already started to crochet my gifts for my loved ones and of course, I’m crocheting my snowflake Christmas tree decorations. You can crochet snowflakes for sale, you can add them to other projects, attach them to gift bags, string them into garlands, or use them as ornaments.
Every year in December I crochet snowflakes for all of my friends in the colors they choose for the decoration of the Christmas Tree. This is one of my favorite things to crochet in winter. I love white snowflakes and I think they bring a very cozy atmosphere when it’s cold and snowy outside, and you are safe and warm at home. They will look magical on a Christmas tree, or as a festive table decoration.
The patterns are very easy to crochet, the charts only use simple stitches: single crochet, double crochet, and treble crochet so if you know how to make these stitches you won’t have problems crocheting these beautiful snowflakes.
For my crochet snowflakes, I’m using this yarn and a 2mm hook.
This mercerized cotton yarn of the highest quality is perfect for these crochet snowflakes, it has a glossy surface and is extra strong. This yarn is especially suitable for crocheting lace, tablecloths, placemats, fine crochet decorations, and much more. Daphne 100% mercerized cotton comes in a classic thickness, suitable for crochet and knitting projects on a thin hook. has a fantastic color intensity as mercerized yarn absorbs color better. In addition, the glossy surface gives the colors an exceptional depth.
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Easy crochet snowflakes:
This snowflake is one of my favorites so I’ve made a video tutorial and here is the written pattern too: Easy to crochet snowflake.
PDF Pattern: Snowflakes charts
I hope you enjoyed crocheting these easy snowflakes. I can’t wait to see what colors you choose for your snowflakes. Also, I can’t wait to see your photos with these easy crochet snowflakes. Also, feel free to tag me when you share your snowflakes on Instagram or Facebook, or you can use the hashtag #turquoisewithvanilla.
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Great patterns! Thank you for sharing.
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Thank you for the pattern
Thank you for sharing. I’ve been trying to collect a few snowflake patterns.
You’re welcome! I’m happy you like them.
Thank you, can’t wait to make these. I haven’t made in for a while. Hands give me pain from working muscles not worked in a while.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!! These are beautiful. I was looking for snowflake patterns.
Do you have a written pattern for these?
no, no written patterns.
Thank you for sharing the free patterns! Love them <3
Thanks for the patterns! Can’t wait to get started!
Have been looking for snowflakes patterns. Please send a pdf to my email so I can copy. Thanks.
Hello, you find the PDF at the end of the article, you can download from there.
Hi, I went to download the PDF and my window sat blank, is that link still valid? Thank you.
Hello,yes, the link is valid, try to open it in chrome.
What type of thread do you use to make these snowflakes with?
Usually I’m using lace yarn (fingering) and a 1-1.5 mm hook.
Zou ik AUB ook in PDF de grafieken kunnen krijgen , zodat ik ze ook kan uitprinten?
I’ll send you the pdf on email.
thank you for sharing…..they are beautiful
Is there any way I can print a copy of a design? I find it hard to follow on a computer screen.
I will send you an email with the charts in pdf so you can print the charts.
Could I get the pdf also please thank you
Hello, you can find the PDF pattern at the end of the article, just click the link.
Thank you so much for sharing these charts! Do you have any photos of the finished products and/or measurements of the final snowflakes. I made one and it seemed much smaller than the snowflakes I usually make so I’m not sure if I misread the chart or if they are meant to be small. Thank you again!
Thank you so much for sharing. Just what I was hoping to find. These will decorate my tree this year plus a few may find their way onto a package or two.
Thank you! I’m very happy 🙂
What size hook and how do I save this pattern
The size of the hook depends of the yarn you use, on the label of the yarn always writes the size of the hook you have to use.