Free Crochet Snowflake Patterns

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Crocheted snowflakes aren't just for tree ornaments. You can tuck one in with a Christmas card or use one as an applique. They make nice refrigerator magnets or used for many other designs. Here you will find a long list of free crochet snowflake pattern that are from all over the internet. Snowflakes are so delicate and most can be crocheted quickly.

Crochet lots of these this year for yourself and friends. Decorate an entire tree with them or place them on wreaths. Your tree will have a wonderful Victorian look if you combine the snowflakes with crochet thread angels. They take such a tiny amount of thread or yarn, so you can crochet lots.

These pretty designs use size 10 cotton crochet thread. The hook size isn't stated, but usually a size 7 crochet hook is used with size 10 thread.

Find patterns for a Lace Crystal Snowflake, Flower Snowflake, Snowdrop Snowflake, and a snowflake just names Crocheted Snowflake all on this page. All of the patterns use Coats and Clark Knit-Cro-Sheen and a size 7 or 8 crochet hook.

The snowflakes are created to use on Christmas cards. A variety of crochet threads can be used and a size 5 to 8 steel crochet hook.

You'll find 4 free snowflakes to crochet plus many other Christmas crafts on this page. Many of the other Christmas crochet items are easy crafts to make that aren't crochet, but the snowflakes are crocheted.

Wow! 21 snowflake patterns to choose from. Just click on your favorite snowflake and it will take you to the instructions.

The project uses size 20 thread and a size 7 crochet hook. The pretty snowflake is crochet with shells and V stitches.

This pretty snowflake can be created with the yarn you choose. You'll also need beads and wire to complete the project.

The pretty beaded snowflake was created with size 10 thread and 48 seed beads. The snowflake can be crocheted with or without beads. Using beads isn't hard, if you haven't tried it yet this is a good pattern to start.

This pretty pattern uses Patton's size 15 crochet thread and a size 9 hook. The flower snowflake would work well as an applique.

This coaster pattern was designed to be large enough for a mug. Use whatever colors you'd like to go with your décor. Worsted weight yarn was used to crochet this project, so these should be extra fast to create.

You'll need to scroll down the page a bit to find the snowflake pattern, but you'll view some beautiful photos while doing so. The finished snowflake will measure 5 1/2" in diameter when finished. She used size 10 crochet thread and a size 8 steel crochet hook.

This snowflake is rated easy to crochet. The snowflake is very airy. She used size 10 pearl cotton thread and a size 7 hook. You will need to download the pattern.

You will need to download a pdf file to print this free pattern. You'll also need Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer.

These snowflakes were created so you can use any size yarn or thread you'd like. They just end up different sizes. You can make lots of these since they take only 3 rounds to complete.

Snowflakes can be crocheted as a single flake or your can connect them together to make this stunning garland. The snowflakes are quick to crochet with Red Heart Super Saver yarn. Just 1 skein will make 4 to 5 garlands, so they'll wrap around a sizable tree.

YouTube Video - by tjw1963 Snowflake #6

Crochet a snowflake for a gift topper that will work well for a Christmas tree ornament as well. The pattern is crocheted with #1 crochet thread a size 7 steel crochet hook.

The pretty potholder is crocheted with worsted weight yarn and a size H crochet hook. This potholder would make a nice addition for any season.

This is an airy snowflake. You'll need size 10 crochet thread and a size 4 steel hook.

This snowflake just measures 3" across. It would work great as a smaller ornament or she suggests for a gift tag. The snowflake is crocheted with size 10 bedspread weight cotton and a size 6 steel crochet hook.

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Peggy W 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

This will be helpful for people who wish to make homemade gifts. I have received some crocheted snowflakes in the past and they are so pretty! Thanks! Rated useful.


Arlene V. Poma 5 years ago

Since I failed miserably at weaving a kitchen towel and need to start all over again, I can at least try crocheting a snowflake for the Christmas tree. Thank you for the assortment of patterns. Voted up!


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Jennifer Essary 5 years ago from Idaho

I love snowflakes! When I ride the chair lift to the top of the ski hill I study the different snowflakes that land on my coat sleeve. Perfect timing : )


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

Peggy, Arlene, Jennifer, Thanks for visiting the hub. Thanks for voting up.

Arlene, The snowflakes are quick to crochet, so you've got time. Best of luck.


4youreyes 5 years ago

Barbara Kay,

What a great collection of snowflake patterns. I can't wait to try them out. Thanks for putting together such a diverse list.

Have A Good Evening !


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

4youreyes, Thanks for viewing and you're wlecome. Have fun crocheting a few of them.


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lpanfil 5 years ago from Cleveland, Ohio

I took a crochet snowflake class and at the end of the night I had nothing but a knotted mess. But, I didn’t give up and now I can’t help but make a few each year. I spray them with “stiff n stuff” and sprinkle fine glitter on them. Thanks for all the patterns!


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

Ipanfil, I've seen the snowflakes tieht glitter. They are pretty. Some years they have thread with the sparkle in it too. Thanks for commenting.


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lucybell21 5 years ago from Troy, N.Y.

All of these snowflakes are great. Thinking i may try. My hand. At one.


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

lucybell21, This is another quick and easy project. I need to get busy too since I have leftover thread on hand anyway. Thanks for commenting.


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prettynutjob30 5 years ago from From the land of Chocolate Chips,and all other things sweet.

Very good and useful hub gave me a few things to try voted up.


Sheri *¿* 3 years ago

Well, Thanks to you, I believe that I solved the curtain problem for that huge sliding glass door of mine! I think that I will make a bunch of these... What's nice, I can join as I go! Big Hugs again, Sheri *¿*


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Barbara Kay 3 years ago from USA Author

Sheri, That sounds like a great idea. I'm happy you found the patterns.

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    I've been crocheting since I was a little girl. Since then I've designed for magazines and offer free patterns at my site.



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