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Crochet Snowflakes

I have been starting off a bit earlier than I normally would with Christmas items, but I just can’t help myself – I LOVE Christmas! Here we have some crochet snowflakes. I made these last year and didn’t know what to do with them so I stored them away until I thought of something. I am very particular about what crochet snowflake patterns I like because some look more like stars and others look more like flowers.


I had to block most of them because they had got a bit squished from where I had stored them. Then I decided to join them together to make bunting. You could also put individual loops on each one and use them as Christmas tree decorations, or buy some of those suction cup hooks and put them in your windows.


I found the patterns for each snowflake in three different places:


Each pattern was very quick and easy to follow because they are very clearly written. I also got the books from the library, which was another bonus.


The finished size of each of them were (approx.):


I worked the snowflakes in UK Double Crochet/dc (US Single Crochet/sc), UK Treble Crochet/tr (US Double Crochet/dc), along with picots and working in the round.


Yarn

The yarn I used was free DK 25g balls that came with magazines, so I do not have a brand name for them. However, they were perfect for small stylish projects like this because they were easy to work with and came in great colours.



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