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Four easy traditional crochet snowflakes in one pattern. Yes, there are some picots but not too many. Use them as ornaments to decorate a tree, as gift package decorations, or strew them across the center of a table.
If you are new to crocheting with thread, start with the smallest snowflake first and work your way up to the larger. Making snowflakes is also a good intro to making doilies. Or, make the snowflakes in yarn for larger decorations.
Written instructions only.
US crochet terminology.
Level of Difficulty: Easy
FINISHED SIZE: Snowflake A = 2.5" (6.5cm) across, Snowflake B = 2.75" (7cm) across, Snowflake C = 3.5" (9cm) across, Snowflake D = 4.25" (11cm) across
GAUGE: Gauge is not critical for this project.
STITCHES USED: Chain stitch (ch). Slip stitch (sl st). Half double crochet (hdc). Double crochet (dc). Double treble crochet (dtc). Picot.
Copyright 2013 by Joy Prescott. This pattern is for personal use only and may not be resold. The finished product made from this pattern may be sold.
• Size 10 crochet thread: 5.5 yds (5m) for Snowflake A; 6.5 yds (6m) for Snowflake B; 8 yds (7.5m) for Snowflake C; 12 yds (11m) for Snowflake D.
• Steel crochet hook size 6