Crochet Snowflakes Mini CAL – Part 2 + Video!

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Welcome to part two of my Crochet Snowflakes Mini CAL! This week I have a star-shaped piece with six arms, which is a little bit more dense than Crystal Star Snowflake from last week. It reminded me of a little flower, so I decided to call it Frozen Flower. Hope you like it as much as I do!

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three snowflakes in different colors on wood

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PATTERN NOTES

LEVEL – beginner

TERMS – standard US

TECHNIQUES

MATERIALS AND TOOLS

  • yarn: 100% cotton thread – I used an unpopular Polish one, but something like Scheepjes Maxi Sugar Rush should be ok, too!Β 
  • crochet hook 1.5 mm
  • scissors

MEASUREMENTS

  • small snowflake: circa 7 cm (2,75″)
  • remember that your yarn weight of choice, hook size and crocheting style can affect the final size of the ornament, as well as blocking and stiffening.

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Frozen Flower Crochet Snowflake

white snowflake with foliage and wood

START:

chain 6, close with slip stitch.

ROUND 1:

chain 3, 2 dc, *2 ch, 3 dc* x 5, 2 ch, close with sl st.

ROUND 2:

chain 3, *3 dc into the nearest chain space, 5 ch, 3 dc into the same chain space* x 5, 3 dc into the nearest chain space, 5 ch, 2 dc into the same chain space, close with sl st.

ROUND 3:

2 sl st, 1 sl st into big chain space, 2 ch, *2 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc, 5 ch, 3 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc* all into big chain space,

*3 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc, 5 ch, 3 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc* all into big chain space x 6,Β 

Close with a slip stitch into top of your “chain 2” (which works as your first double crochet of the pack) from the beginning of the round.

Fasten off, secure the yarn, and don’t forget to block and stiffen your snowflakes!Β 

three snowflakes on wood

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you are done!

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Hi! My name is Kate, and I'm a crafter and textile designer. I come from a family of makers who never stop creating. Crochet, knitting, sewing... Handmade is definitely my thing! Make yourself at home and let's create something together!

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  1. I have an Etsy shop (MountainLaurelLynne) and would like to ask permission to sell items made from your patterns, provided I attribute you as the designer.

    • Hi Lynne! You can sell the products, unless it’s for the mass production, and as long as you credit me and preferably link to my website, too πŸ™‚

  2. Just a beginner and getting back into my crafts and hopefully others including crochet. Can you tell me if Australia Abbreviation & Term Differences is the same as UK, I know its different to US, but I do have US books.

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