This easy to crochet snowflake is perfect if you are a beginner and you want to crochet your own Christmas Tree decorations. It’s a beautiful and delicate snowflake and looks great in any color you like. Bring some winter magic into your house and decorate your interior with these beautiful snowflakes.
Every year in December I’m crocheting snowflakes for all of my friends in the colors they choose for 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 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.
This pattern only uses simple stitches: single crochet, double crochet and treble crochet so if you know how to make these stitches you you wont have problems crocheting this beautiful snowflake.
For this easy crochet snowflake I’ve used this yarn ( 5 g for each) and a 1.75 mm hook.
For this easy to crochet snowflake this mercerised cotton is perfect:
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The pattern for easy crochet snowflake:
The Video Tutorial:
The chart and the written pattern:
The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
sl st= slip stitch;
sc= single crochet;
dc= double crochet;
tc= treble crochet;
Start with a magic ring (if you can’t make a magic ring crochet 6 ch and close the ring with a sl st and start to crochet round 1).
4 ch, *dc, 2 ch*, repeat *-* 11 times, finish the round with a sl st;
2 ch (count as a dc), *2 dc in next “2 ch” space of the previous round, dc in the dc of previous round*, Repeat *-* until the end of the round, finish the round with a sl st;
Ch, sc, *3 ch, skip 1 dc and crochet a sc*, repeat *-* 17 times, ch, 1 hdc in first sc of the round;
Ch, sc in the hdc of the previous round, *5 ch, sc in next “3ch” space of the previous round*, repeat *-* 17 times; 2 ch, dc in first sc of the round;
Ch, sc in dc of the previous round; *in next “5 ch” space: (dc, 5 ch, tc, 5 ch, tc, 5 ch, dc); sc in next “5 ch” space, 5 ch, sc in next “5 ch” space*, repeat *-* until the end of the round;
Sl st to go to the *next “5 ch” space and crochet 6 sc; in next “5 ch” space: (sc, hdc, 4 dc, 5ch, 4 dc, hdc, sc); in next 2 “5 ch” space crochet 6 sc for each space*, repeat *-* until the end of the round, finish with a sl, st.
For the handle I’ve used golden strings bought with my Christmas tree ornaments.
Here you can find the patterns for my other snowflakes:
And here is the free pattern for a crochet Heart Christmas Tree ornament.
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