Snowflake Crochet Christmas Ornaments


Snowflake Crochet Christmas Ornaments

Snowflake Crochet Christmas Ornaments
Snowflake Crochet Christmas Ornaments

"Create a beautiful snowflake decoration following our video instructions. To crochet this snowflake first we make a round volumetric center of single crochet stitches with picots on top, we work the single crochet stitches in front loops of stitches of the first round. Then continue and work the body of the snowflake working the next round in back loops of the same stitches on the first round. This incredibly beautiful snowflake ornament consists of two elements or petals: one is the small element or petal make of chain stitches and slip stitches; and the second element is a big petal made of big loops with picot trim around. You need to work only four rounds to create an awesome decoration for the winter holidays. Thank You! Steel Crochet Hook 2mm or 2.25mm or 3.00 (#4 or #2 US standards) and yarn: 31% Lurex, 69% Polyester, 190m/100g."


Crochet Hook2 or 2.25 mm hook (steel)

Yarn WeightOther

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This is a beautiful snowflake. I love that the flake is crocheted in this pretty shade of pink. A steel hook is used but I am not clear on the type of yarn. I would guess a fingerling weight or thread. This pattern is provided in video format.

This Snowflake Crochet Christmas Ornament is so beautiful! I wish there was a written pattern for it and no just 2 videos. I'm not sure what type of yarn she used too. She says done in the comments under the video, but I have never heard of it and when I googled it I couldn't find any thing. ?? I have saved this one and hope to find something that will compare to the yarn used. Thank you for sharing this free crochet ornaments pattern.

These elaborate concoctions are so tempting! Unfortunately, when you go to the link above, it takes you straight to a YouTube tutorial and nary a written pattern in sight. This is a two parter as well, but it almost functions as a crochet along. I probably will go back and either chart out or write out the actual pattern because I will want to make it again and again. I cant get other that yarn she uses either. It looks like its already a chain.


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