A white snowflake is hung in a christmas wreath.

Noelle Crochet Snowflake Ornament [Free Crochet Pattern]

Welcome to the last part of the snowflake mini CAL! The last design of the series is quite a strange one, with lots of lacy eyelets and dramatic spiky arms.

Beginners will practice working with chains and basic stitches while making this crochet snowflake. It requires patience and focus, but doesn’t include any advanced techniques.

Thank you for taking part in my wintery crochet-along! Subscribe to my newsletter to get notified first about future projects and free patterns.

SAVE IT IN FAVORITES ON RAVELRY

or follow me on PINTEREST and INSTAGRAM

VIDEO TUTORIALS

See the tutorial for right-handed crocheters:

coming soon!

See the tutorial for left-handed crocheters:

coming soon!

Below you will find links to the 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 in November 2020. Start now, so that you are ready before Christmas!

DISCOVER THE REST OF THE PATTERNS

A snowflake is placed in a wreath of pine cones.

PATTERN NOTES

LEVEL

  • beginner

TERMS

  • standard US

TECHNIQUES and ABBREVIATIONS

MATERIALS AND TOOLS

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

MEASUREMENTS

  • 11,5 cm (4,53″)

Remember that your yarn weight of choice, hook size, and crocheting style can affect the final size of the ornament. Blocking and stiffening are crucial to make it look good.

NOELLE SNOWFLAKE

A white crocheted snowflake on top of a christmas tree.

START

magic ring (click for the tutorial)

ROUND 1

13 sc into the loop, sl st.

ROUND 2

5 ch, *1 dc, 2 ch* x12, sl st (you should end up with 12 chain spaces)

ROUND 3

4 ch, 1 hdc into the loop, *1 hdc, 2 ch, 1 hdc* in each next ch-sp, sl st

In this round we are working only in the big chain spaces:

ROUND 4

6 ch, 1 dc into the loop, [*1 hdc, 2 ch, 1 hdc* in one loop, *1 dc, 3 ch, 1 dc* in the next loop] x5, *1 hdc, 2 ch, 1 hdc* in the last loop, sl st

ROUND 5

3 ch, *1 dc, 5 ch, 2 dc* into the nearest loop, 2 ch, 1 hdc in the small loop, 2 ch, [*2 dc, 2 ch, 2 dc* in the bigger loop, 2 ch, 1 hdc in the smaller loop, 2 ch] x 5, sl st in the third chain stitch.

ROUND 6

2 sl st (one in the stitch, one in the loop), 2 ch, *1 dc, 1 tr, 5 ch, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 hdc* all in one loop, 4 ch, 1 sl st in the hdc from the previous row, 4 ch, [*1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 5 ch, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 hdc* all in one loop, 4 ch, 1 sl st in the hdc from the previous row, 4 ch] x5, sl st in the third chain stitch.

ROUND 7

2 sl st (one in the stitch, one in the loop), 2 ch, *1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 4 ch, 1 tr, 1 dc, 2 hdc* all in one loop, 6 ch, 1 sl st in the hdc from the previous row, 6 ch, [*2 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 4 ch, 1 tr, 1 dc, 2 hdc* all in one loop, 6 ch, 1 sl st in the sl st from the previous row, 6 ch] x5, sl st in the third chain stitch.

ROUND 8

1 sl st, 1 picot (meaning: 1 sl st, 3 ch, 1 sl st in the same st), *2 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 1 picot (meaning 3 ch, sl st to its base), 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 hdc, 2 sc* all in one big loop at the top of the arm, 1 picot (meaning sl st, 3 ch, sl st), 2 sl st, 6 sc, 1 sl st (in the sl st of the previous row), 6 sc,

repeat for the rest of the round:

[2 sl st, 1 picot (1 sl st, 3 ch, 1 sl st in the same st), *2 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, picot, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 hdc, 2 sc* all in the big loop, 1 picot, 2 sl st, 6 sc in the ch-sp, 1 sl st (in the sl st of the previous row), 6 sc in the ch-sp] x 5, sl st.

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

YOU ARE DONE!

A white crocheted snowflake sitting on a pine tree.

You may also like these free patterns:

Share, like, and subscribe!

If you happen to make this project, I would love to see it, so don’t hesitate to contact me! Please share the results with us in the comments or on social media. Of course, if you find any mistakes in the pattern or find it hard to understand, please let me know, so I can learn and improve!

Sharing is caring, so if you liked this project, be sure to share it with your friends and spread the word, because I really appreciate it! For more free tutorials, patterns, and interesting articles – follow my social media pages and allow notifications to get a pop-up whenever a new post is published.

FOLLOW ME ON PINTEREST AND INSTAGRAM

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *