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!
Below you will find links to next parts of this CAL, which is and will remain free, so you will always have the chance to make it. They will be published every Tuesday during November 2020. Start now, so that you are ready before Christmas!
DISCOVER THE REST OF THE PATTERNS
- INTRODUCTION – general info, links, FAQ
- 27 October 2020 / Part 1 – Crystal Star Snowflake
- 3 November 2020 / Part 2 – you are here 🙂
- 10 November 2020 / Part 3 – Crown Jewel Snowflake
- 17 November 2020 / Part 4 – Icy Lace Snowflake
- 24 November 2020 / Part 5 – Winterland Snowflake
- 1 December 2020 / Part 6 – Bonus Pattern! Winter Crystal Snowflake
LEVEL – beginner
TERMS – standard US
MATERIALS AND TOOLS
- yarn: 100% cotton thread – I used an unpopular Polish one, but something like Scheepjes Maxi Sugar Rush should be ok, too!
- crochet hook 1.5 mm
- 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.
Frozen Flower Crochet Snowflake
chain 6, close with slip stitch.
chain 3, 2 dc, *2 ch, 3 dc* x 5, 2 ch, close with sl st.
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.
*3 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc, 5 ch, 3 dc, 3 ch, 3 dc* all into big chain space x 6, close with sl st.
Fasten off, secure the yarn, and don’t forget to block and stiffen your snowflakes!
you are done!
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