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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.
• 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
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.