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Delicate Snowflake

Delicate Snowflake

"Crochet snowflakes are perfect for many holiday projects. Crochet yourself a snowflake garland to string over the mantle; embellish your holiday hats with a snowflake; attach them to a place mat or table runner; use them as Christmas tree ornaments or gift toppers; really, there are so many uses for them! Did I mention they only take about 20 minutes to make? You can whip up a dozen in no time. " Work this pattern in any weight yarn to suit your needs. Lightweight yarn yields a size perfect for a garland and bulky weight becomes the perfect holiday table centerpiece."

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Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook, L/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeLight weight yarn, 3.75 mm hook 4? Worsted Weight yarn, 5 mm hook 5? Bulky yarn, 8 mm hook 7?

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I recently saw a post for a snowflake that was made into a hair clip. This snowflake is way cuter. Even though I would never have used grey as a snowflake color, with them all stacked up it really does have a pretty presence.

There is a video to go along with this delicate snowflake pattern that was made very well. It really is an easy project and these little snowflakes can have multiple applications. I am planning to use them on a previous project. I made a shower curtain with a really cool snowflake pattern. These will be applied for a 3-D effect. I can't wait.

Whats ironic about the name of this project is that I dont consider these snowflakes to be delicate at all! Compared to some of the tatted versions Ive worked up, these are positively sturdy. The designer provides a short set of clear instructions as well as an embedded video on this specific snowflake. Theres an additional link to a left handed version, too.

These snowflakes are so pretty. There are so many things you could do with these the possibilities are endless! I am thinking you could have a bunch of them on your table as decorations, hang them on your tree as Christmas ornaments, and so many other ideas. They also look like they would make great coasters, perhaps if you use cotton yarn!

Using the delicate/lightweight yarn and a "g" hook, these snowflakes will turn out so sweet and delicate. They almost resemble lace. Personally, I do not think I would do them up in the bulky yarn. I think it would lose its charm and appeal by using yarn that chunky.

FROM WHAT I HAVE SEEN THIS A GREAT PLACE TO FIND STUFF. BUT I AM LOOKING FOR OLD PINE APPLE DOLIES PATTERNS. AND SO FAR I DID NOT FIND ANY. I HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME. THANK-YOU. HAZEL KROENLEIN. AT gkroenlein4445@mycci.net

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