Get creative and crochet your own Christmas Tree decorations by starting with this absolutely gorgeous crochet Julia snowflake.
Julia crochet snowflake is a pretty textured snowflake that is so much fun to make around the holidays. It’s delicate, beautiful, and looks so great in different colors, make lots of them in colors that match your holiday colors or in unexpected colors for Christmas gifts.
The best part of this crochet Julia snowflake is that it doesn’t need stiffing and I love that! The texture of this crochet Julia snowflake makes it stiff enough so you won’t need to try all these techniques which might work or not. By the way, what do you use for stiffing? Please share your tricks with me I might need it in the future!
Here is a photo with my boy thinking if he should kill the tree or not! The first time when I put up the tree in the first 10 minutes he knocked it down three times! It was such a chaos! He was attacking the tree, playing with the ornaments, chewing the tree lights, he was in the full ferocious feline mood! It was a few funny days: he knocking down the tree and me putting it up again and again. In time he got used to it and now he just sits and stares at it!
For the crochet Julia snowflake you will need:
For this project, I’ve used the Daphne Cotton yarn ( 5 g for each snowflake) (50g= 282m/ 1.76oz= 308 yards) and a 1.75 mm hook.
The Daphne cotton yarn is a great mercerized cotton yarn of the highest quality perfect for projects on thin hooks. This yarn has a fantastic color intensity as mercerized yarn absorbs color better. In addition, the glossy surface gives the colors an exceptional depth. The yarn is especially suitable for crocheting lace, tablecloths, placemats, fine crochet decorations, and much more.
Here you can buy this great yarn: http://bit.ly/3e8hULU
This mercerized cotton is perfect for this project. Lilac: http://bit.ly/2AvAEGJ
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The Video Tutorial for Julia Snowflake:
The written pattern and charts for Julia snowflake:
Start with a magic ring.
The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
sl. st= slip stitch;
sc= single crochet;
hdc= half double crochet;
dc= double crochet;
tr= treble crochet;
dtc= double treble crochet;
fpsc= front post single crochet;
fpdc= front post double crochet;
fphdc= front post half double crochet;
1. Round 1:
Ch 2 (count as a dc), 11 dc, finish the round with a sl st.
2. Round 2:
Ch 1, sc, ch, *sc in next dc of the previous round, ch*, repeat *-* until the end of the round, then finish the round with a sl st.
3. Round 3:
Sl st in 1st ch of the previous round, ch, sc in the same ch of the previous round, ch 2; *sc in next ch of the previous round, ch 2*, repeat *-* ten times, dc in 1st sc of the round.
4. Round 4:
Ch, sc in dc of the previous round, fpdc in dc of the 1st round, sc in dc of the previous round, ch 3; * in the next “ch 2” of the previous round: sc, fpdc to the dc of the 1st round, sc, ch 3*, repeat *-* ten times; in the last “ch 2” of previous round: sc, fpdc, sc. Then finish the round with a hdc.
5. Round 5:
In the hdc of the previous round: ch, sc, 3 fphdc cluster with ch (to sc of the previous round), sc. In fpdc of the previous round: make a fpdc and on the top of this stitch ch 3 and make a dc in 3rd ch of the hook, then make another fpdc in the same st as the 1st fpdc. Then crochet *in next “ch 3” of the previous round: sc, 3 fphdc cluster with ch (to sc of the previous round), sc. In fpdc of the previous round: make a fpdc and on the top of this stitch ch 3 and make a dc in 3rd ch of the hook, then make another fpdc in the same st as the 1st fpdc*. Repeat *-* until the end of the round, then finish the round with a sl st.
6. Round 6:
Ch, *3 fpdc cluster in 3 fphdc cluster of the previous round, ch; (sc, ch 3, sc) in the ch 3 of the previous round *; repeat *-* until the end of the round. Then finish the round with a sl st.
7. Round 7:
Ch, *fpsc in 3 fpdc of the previous round; in the ch 3 of previous round: (2 sc, ch 3, 2 sc)* repeat *-*. Then finish the round with a sl st.
8. Round 8:
3 sl st to reach the ch 3 of the previous round and start this round from here; ch, *sc, 3 ch picot, sc; ch 3 and make a dc in 3rd ch from the hook, in next ch 3 of the previous round: (dc, tr, dtr, ch 3 and make a dc in 3rd ch from the hook, 5 ch picot, ch 3 and make a dc in 3rd ch from the hook, sl st on the top of the dtr, dtr, tr, dc), ch3 and make a dc in 3rd ch from the hook*; Repeat *-* until the end of the round. Finish the round with a sl st.
Here you can find the patterns for my other snowflakes:
1. Easy snowflake;
2. Collection of 15 snowflakes charts;
And here is the free pattern for a crochet Heart Christmas Tree ornament.
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