Happy Holidays!! Today I share my 2021 Snowflake with you!
Every year, I make snowflakes to giveaway to friends, family and my co-workers. These little snowflakes make great little ornaments for a Christmas tree or to decorate a snowy window. This snowflake works up quick in 3 rounds.
Finished Size 2.75” diameter
- Aunt Lydia’s Classic Crochet Cotton, Size 10, 100% Cotton Thread, White or color of choice
- Size 7 (1.65mm) Steel Crochet Hook or size to obtain gauge
- Tapestry Needle
- Glue & Water
- Craft Paintbrush
Gauge It is not critical for this project.
- Join with slip stitch as indicated unless otherwise stated.
- Round 3 alternates working in back or in front of round 2.
- Stiffen with 1:2 parts glue to water and brush with paintbrush on back side of snowflake.
Picot (picot): Ch 5, sl st in 5th ch from hook.
Rnd 1: Make slip ring, ch 3 (counts as a dc), 11 dc in ring, join. –12 dc
Rnd 2: *(Ch 4, picot, ch 4), sk next dc, sl st in next dc; rep from * 5 times, working final sl st in the first dc of round 1. –6 picot stems
Rnd 3: Ch 1, *working behind previous picot stem, sl st in next skipped dc, (ch 7, picot , ch 7), working in front of next picot stem, sl st in next skipped dc, (ch 7, picot, ch 7); rep from * 2 times, sl st to first sl st of round. Fasten off. –6 picot stems
Stiffen by brushing on the glue/water mixture and pin to shape.
Abbreviations (US Terminology)
dc: double crochet
ch-sp: chain space
sl st: slip stitch
yo: yarn over
© 2021, Gwen Buttke McGannon, GwenGoods design. All rights reserved.
Pattern for personal use only.
Happy Holiday! Enjoy!