Nothing says Christmas like snow! But you don’t have to hope for snowfall to have a white Christmas. You can create your own winter wonderland by crocheting your very own Christmas snowflakes. Not only will they bring the holiday spirit to your home, but they will last forever! Below are some free crochet patterns to teach you how to crochet some pretty snowflakes. So, get your crochet hook out and start the flurries!
Crocheted Christmas Snowflake Pattern #1 – Snowcatcher Snowflake: This is a beautiful open work snowflake that is very rich and elegant looking. You not only learn how to crochet the snowflake, but you learn how to coat it with glue to stiffen it and how to decorate it with glitter. The designer also has other snowflakes on her site that you can look at. To see a photo of this Christmas snowflake and to print out the free pattern instructions click here.
Crocheted Christmas Snowflake Pattern #2 – Delicate Snowflake: This pattern is actually for 4 different snowflakes, all unusual and all beautiful! You also get instructions on how to stiffen the snowflakes. Your Christmas tree would be so pretty if filled with these snowflakes. Or just hang a few in your windows. To see a photo of this Christmas snowflake and to print out the free pattern instructions click here.
Crocheted Christmas Snowflake Pattern #3 – Snowflake Afghan: If you are looking for a larger snowflake project, this afghan might be just the crochet craft you are looking for! This is a most beautiful Afghan that would make a terrific Christmas gift for anyone. This afghan also makes a nice wedding gift for anyone who is getting married around Christmas time. To see a photo of this Christmas snowflake afghan and to print out the free pattern instructions click here.
Crocheted Christmas Snowflake Pattern #4 – Snowflake Garland: It might take you a little while to make this garland, especially if you need yards and yards of it, but hey, you can work on it all year long! This snowflake garland is very pretty and you can string it throughout your home, not just on your Christmas tree. To see a photo of this Christmas snowflake afghan and to print out the free pattern instructions click here.
Have fun crocheting these snowflakes, and remember, you are allowed to break the rules! Snowflakes do not have to be white. You could make some pretty pastel snowflakes or fuzzy snowflakes by using specialty yarns. Experiment and have fun crocheting!
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