75 Free Crochet Snowflake Patterns + Ornaments


75 Free Crochet Snowflake Patterns + Ornaments

Crochet snowflake patterns to make your holiday decorating fun!


Free Crochet Snowflake Patterns

Crochet Christmas ornaments are so much fun to make around the holidays. Snow is what makes you think the holidays are just around the corner. Here, you can find a beautiful collection of 75 free crochet snowflake patterns to decorate hearth and home.

Snow inspires creativity. Whether you use snow to make a snowman, have a snowball fight, build an igloo, or make snow angels, your creative mind is at work. Of course, in the crafting world, you can make crochet Christmas ornaments in the shape of snowflakes.

Once you crochet your snowflake you can embellish it in any way. You can add glitter to make it sparkle, you can add beads, you can turn it into a pin or even earrings, depending on what size you make it. Here are some of our favorite crochet Christmas ornaments and other lovely snowflake designs!

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Free Crochet Snowflake Patterns

These crochet snowflake patterns will remind you of the beauty of winter! Like real snowflakes, each of these patterns is unique and absolutely stunning. You can make a simple snowflake using worsted weight yarn, or you can make a delicate lacy snowflake that's fit for royalty. This collection includes a pattern for everyone, including patterns for beginners and for more experience crocheters.

So, keep scrolling to find amazing patterns that will inspire you to enjoy the snowy season. You can use many of these crochet snowflakes as ornaments for your Christmas tree if you like! Or you can use them to decorate your home in other ways. There's really no limit on the ways to enjoy these pretty patterns.

Plus! If you've ever wondered how to starch or stiffen crochet snowflakes so that they hold their shape, head on over to our YouTube Channel and check out this great step-by-step video guide: How To Stiffen Crochet Snowflakes by Snowcatcher.

Delicate Snowflake

Make it in under 30 minutes!

Winter Snowflake Garland

Make it with worsted weight yarn!

Starflower Snowflake Pattern & Tutorial

Make it with worsted weight yarn!

Sparkle Snowflake

Make it with worsted weight yarn!

Winter Star Wall Hanging

Pattern for beginners!

Zeta Snowflake

Make it in under 30 minutes!

Irish Snowflake


Winter Wonderland Ornaments

Easy snowflake ornament pattern!

Quick and Easy Snowflake

Make it with worsted weight yarn!

Nathan's Crochet Snowflake

Make it in 15 minutes!

Falling Snowflake Coaster

Easy & made with worsted weight yarn!

Winter Night Crochet Snowflake Decoration

Pattern for beginners AND you can make it in 10 minutes!

Crochet Tiny Snowflakes

Crochet small snowflakes with this pattern!

Crochet Snowflake Granny Squares

These beautiful crochet granny square patterns are inspired by jewels and freshly fallen snow. If you're wondering how to crochet a snowflake granny square, then just look to these beautiful patterns for inspiration!

Snowflake Designs on Clothes, Afghans, and More

Snowflake designs can be incorporated in just about any winter fashion or decoration. Snowflake crafts can be time consuming to work up, but the end result will be well worth it. A steel crochet hook is used for many crocheted snowflakes resulting in the most intricate, dainty snowflake designs you can imagine. Make these for yourself, or give one to a friend. Make the chilly season worth it by creating your own winter wonderland.

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No two snowflakes are alike! I love to crochet, and all of these snowflakes are amazing! I want to make them all to hang on my Christmas tree! Wouldn't that be so beautiful? I am amazed that people have come up with so many different patterns for snowflakes! I will definitely be trying several of these before Christmas time!

I love getting free crochet patterns.

I want the instruction book for 31 snowflakes. Is it available?

Hi bjlaw, This is just a pattern collection page that links out to 31 different crochet snowflakes. If you're looking for downloadable eBooks of patterns, you can find all of them here: http://www.allfreecrochet.com/index.php/hct/Latest-Free-Crochet-eBooks Thanks! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

No way to get the pattern. Don't need run-arounds to waste my time. ) (

Hi - you have to click on the links to access the blogger's website where the patterns are located. AllFreeCrochet compiles all the free crochet patterns we can find and then links out to the blogger's website where the full pattern is. If there's a problem with one of the links, please let us know. Hope this helps - thank you! Julia Wiatr, AllFreeCrochet

don't see the download or where to buy pattern pleaase

Hi - you have to click on the links to access the blogger's website where the patterns are located. AllFreeCrochet compiles all the free crochet patterns we can find and then links out to the blogger's website where the full pattern is. If there's a problem with one of the links, please let us know. Hope this helps - thank you! Julia Wiatr, AllFreeCrochet

???where's the pattern?!?

I don't see how to download or buy the 17 Crochet snowflakes??? Can you help..with the one with the blue sign with the wording on it Velda

OK, I am a huge fan of your newsletter and site, but WHERE ARE THE SNOWFLAKE PATTERNS. Your handsome graphic does not link to anything but itself. I would like to get the seventeen snowflake patterns, please.

Are all of the "free" patterns here linked to someone else's pattern pages? It seems all the snowflakes belong to Snowcatcher.net - of which I am already aware and every other pattern is linked elsewhere as well. So, why do I need a membership to allfreecrochet.com?

For those of you that like to crochet snowflakes...make as many as you can of crocheted, knitted,tatted or paper and before Jan. 12, send them to Connecticut PTSA, 60 Connolly Parkway, Bldg. 12, Suite 103, hamden,CT 06514. These snowflakes will decorate a winter wonderland for the children at Sandy Hook Elementary School as they return to school in a new building. This request has been passed around, please do what you can with the talent you have and help make going back to school for these children a more wonderful experience than when they left school! This is not a joke, you can email me at mharju1@cox.net if you need further verification...otherwise I hope you can send some snowflakes to Sandy Hook Connecticut. God's Blessings to all

I looooove the Irish snowflake

Just beautiful! I love to crochet,and snowflakes are one of my favorites! They make the perfect background for my handmade silk flowers.Thank you for sharing.

I think these are some of the most beautiful snowflake patterns I have found. I have been making ornament covers lately and decided to try my hand with the snowflakes. I can hardly wait to get started.

Hi dmlaflamme, If you go to the page and highlight the text, then right click and you'll get a window that gives you the option to "copy". Do that, and then paste the text into a word document. You should be able print that document that way. Thanks!

Sorry I wanted to print the patterns for a snowflake. I wasted four pages of getting black ink and wasting my ink. I did not want 19 pages of black ink backgrounds. Maybe others have money to spend on ink cartrages I do not. i do not recommend this site for thst reason. Nice visual but unprintable for me. Is there a way I can print it without the black.

This is a good article, but I don't sit by my computer when I Crochet. I am unable to copy any of these to take the directions with me. I like the patterns, but am unable to use them in this form.


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