Monday, December 19, 2016

Crochet Snowflake

My daughter, Erin makes pretty snowflakes each evening as she sits on the sofa watching tv. I couldn't wait to finish my knitting projects so I could make some snowflakes too.


We followed a great how-to video by Chandi @ExpressionFiberArts (see below). The snowflakes work up quickly and the video is easy to follow.  You can use whatever yarn/cotton you like. I used Caron Simply Soft Party, Color Snow Sparkle and hook size H. With this yarn, the finished snowflakes measure 4.5-inches. 




  
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10 comments:

Lynn said...

Your snowflake turned out beautiful! Happy Christmas Week-enjoy:@)

Ann said...

Those are pretty. I crocheted snowflakes years ago with crochet cotton. I have a hard time working with that any more though. The stitches are too small. This would be perfect since you use the bigger hook

Shelia said...

What a pretty snowflake! Many years back I crocheted a bunch of snowflakes. Tell her she just may have inspired me to get out my hood and thread and make some my my next year's tree! Merry Christmas.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Barbara F. said...

Love these. So sweet!

Karen said...

These are so lovely on the tree!

NanaDiana said...

ONE of these years I AM going to learn how to crochet!!!! Those are beautiful!!!! Happy Christmas week- xo Diana

Nonnie said...

Those are beautiful. I treasure the crocheted snowflakes my mother made for me. I wish I had paid more attention and learned from her.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

They're beautiful, Lorraine! I can imagine how beautiful a tree loaded with them would be. Wishing you and your wonderful family a very blessed and Merry Christmas, Lorraine!

thesusanblog.com said...

The snowflakes are beautiful...thank you for sharing. Makes me want get out my crochet hooks and start making some snowflakes.

bj said...

OOO, I love your beautiful snowflakes...when I learn to crochet other than a long chain, I would love to make some....

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