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Roses in the Snow Ornament

By: Dawn from
Updated June 26, 2019

Make your Christmas tree standout with an elegant Roses in the Snow Ornament. This handmade holiday crochet idea puts a creative spin on your average circular ornament. Have fun with different color combinations! No matter what you do, it is sure to look unique, beautiful, and colorful against your tree. Buying Christmas ornaments can be expensive, so it's much more budget-friendly and neat to make your own!


Crochet Hook7 or 1.65 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

The original pattern from Teresa Richardson is called Holiday Lace Ornament.

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I am disappointed that in order to create the Roses in The Snow ornament, I must source three different patterns that are in three different places (two of which I must either pay to buy the books or be lucky to find a copy of them in the library). On the other hand, thank you for pointing out the project, because it is beautiful. I want to make the Roses in the Snow ornament and not the Holiday Lace ornament. So I will make an effort to find the exact patterns.

Very pretty and I love the name roses in the snow. How fitting for Christmas. I wonder if there is a way to make the flower a poinsettia instead of a rose since the poinsettia is more of a holiday flower? Just a thought I am throwing out there because I would have no clue as to how to do that myself. Im not that gifted.

I love the idea of this ornament even though Im not sure Id be able to work it. After a car accident, I needed surgery on my wrists, so its difficult for me to work crochet thread any more. I may try working this with my smallest Boyle hooks to see how that might work out. Im also thinking about using metallic balls instead of the clear plastic. The roses Ill definitely keepwonderful little pattern.

After finding the pattern I love this Roses in the Snow Ornament. After you click here for the pattern, there is a video link that will have a video and the written pattern. The video is 23 minutes long and very well done, and easy to follow. I saved that site to my in box and saved it here. I will be making a few of these in different colors and mixing up the flowers for each one. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I have gone to the Holiday Lace ornament site and what she has is not Roses in the Snow, it's another pattern. I am really disappointed that I can't the pattern or video to make this.

I found the pattern after "clicking here"

I think this is my christmas blub project this year love it , Just trying to figure ot how to put it on my facebook so I will remember that this is it

can not find the pattern

No pattern there. Why bother including things if you haven't checked to be sure there is a pattern available without cost. Free is your title.

Click on this link on this page then click on Teresa's video tutorial then scroll down you see video and also written out pattern I just did 2 ornaments already.

I really am getting tired of looking at an item, going to the site, and cannot print the pattern. I don't want the video tutorial, I am not on twitter or any other site - I just want to see the list of patterns, click on one and print it. How do I do that? Can't rate it as I cannot see it!!!

Sorry, found the pattern under Holiday Lace Pattern instead of Click her for pattern.

No pattern here, just some nice photos and the photos of the books she got the patterns from. Didn't help me at all> Was looking for the All Free Pattern.

@csmbarbann 5027533: this pattern is demonstrated in a video tutorial. There is no written pattern for the Roses in the Snow Ornament. We apologize for any inconvenience. -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

How do i get the pattern for this ornament? I tried printing it and it does not print the pattern part.


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