Christmas Seasonal

The Perfect Snowflake Pattern Is Coming

And since we’ve no place to go, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.

Snowflakes will be ideal for decorating your Christmas tree or as additional appliqués for your holiday spirit. Undoubtedly, they’ll also be a great addition to gifts or as stocking stuffers. Moreover, you can also vary and customize them, so that just like the real thing, each one is unique and individual. Truly, there are few patterns that are as suitable for making rare little masterpieces as snowflake-inspired designs. So, without (much) further ado, here are some ways of conjuring up a little winter magic with crochet.

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Perfect Crochet Snowflakes

Have you seen snowflakes as perfect as these? These popular Christmas ornaments measure 3″ and one ball will be enough to make around 10 crochet snowflakes. Of course, you can make different hues, to make things more colorful and joyful. A link to the free pattern is below.
Skills: Easy          Designer: Patons

Perfect Snowflake

The full article about this pattern is here:

Perfect Snowflakes

More info about Project 1 and Project 2.

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Winterlore Snowflake

The Winterlore snowflake is a beautiful design that’s evocative of Celtic knot work. Indeed, the intricate “flow” of it’s yarn is a wonderful way of bringing some of the fractal complexity of real snow to life at home.

Skills: Easy          Designer:  Julia Hart

Winterlore Snowflake

The full article about this pattern is here:

Winterlore Snowflake

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2 comments

Paula Sibert 27 September 2020 at 7:46 pm

No mistakes can be made in this pattern; no two snowflakes are the same, in nature.that is. God bless.

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Kimberly A. Cook 29 September 2020 at 5:58 am

i love snowflakes

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