The possiblities are endless with this adorable crochet snowflake! It works up in about 10 minutes, and each snowflake gets a little faster and easier to complete. We used ours as ornaments to spruce up the mantle, but these would make cute gift tags, or even a full garland to wrap around the tree! What will you use yours for? Go ahead and watch how it’s done in the video below, and get the free pattern beneath the video. Happy crocheting, friends!
If you’re looking for a more detailed and intricate snowflake pattern, check out this article on another version of the crochet snowflake!
Crochet Snowflake Pattern:
Chain 5, join into 1st chain with a slip stitch.
Round 1: Chain 4, half double crochet and chain 2 into the circle. Repeat five times, join with a slip stitch in first space.
Round 2: For the snowflake cluster: *chain 3, slip stitch into same space, chain 5, slip stitch into same space, chain 3, slip stitch into same space, chain 1, slip stitch into NEXT space.* Repeat in each of the 6 spaces.
To finish: chain 1, slip stitch into first slip stitch of the round. Bind off.
Optional: Stiffen using mod podge, and use as gift tags or ornaments.