Starflower Snowflake Pattern & Tutorial


Starflower Snowflake Pattern & Tutorial

Starflower Snowflake Pattern & Tutorial
Starflower Snowflake Pattern Tutorial

This is an easy and quick crochet snowflake pattern and tutorial that can be made using any yarn you have hiding in your stash drawer. They would look great as a Christmas tree decoration/ornament or even as a festive garland that comes out of the attic every year to announce the arrival of the holiday season! You could also make these snowflakes using fabric yarn and use them as doilies or crochet mats. Trust me, you won't be able to stop at making just 1!!!


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gaugenot required

Materials List

  • Any yarn
  • Crochet hook
  • darning needle
  • scissors

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I love the dual nature of these dainty little works of art! Worked in white (or a frosty light blue) they certainly resemble snowflakes. In bright colors, they become exotic flowers. I use a lot of appliqus and flowers in my other projects, so I can see several uses for these. The designer provides a wonderful photo tutorial. She uses a fairly good size hook, but you could easily drop down a few hook sizes to adjust the diameter of the flake.

What a refreshing treat to find all of these new free patterns on your site that have just been posted within the last few months. I am usually late to the party and find the patterns a year or so after they first posted. This snowflake pattern would make a great garland to hand over the fireplace.

Beautiful as ornaments, too.

How pretty! What I like the most about these snowflakes is the out of the ordinary color scheme that she chose. They are modern yet vintage at the same time. Much more appealing than classic red, green, and gold. Of course these are perfect for a gift bag tie on, in addition to being used as an ornament.


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