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FREE Wild Rose Beaded Snowflake Crochet Pattern

Updated on February 18, 2015
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SheilaSchnauzies is a Miniature Schnauzer rescuer, writer, crochet designer, gardener, crafter, wife, mom & friend living in Omaha, NE.

FREE Wild Rose Beaded Crochet Snowflake Ornament Pattern

Just sharing one of my designs with all my Crochet friends! To avoid any confusion, I write my crochet and other stuff as SheilaSparkles, and I do all my Miniature Schnauzer rescue stuff as SheilaSchnauzies. But we are one and the same person.

This is a little crocheted snowflake you could do in lots of different color combinations for your holiday tree! Or you could omit the hanger and use them as motifs for your other projects.

Pattern and images SheilaSparkles 2011. Please do not publish this pattern anywhere electronically, online or otherwise; please link to this page instead. Thank you!

Pattern Directions

Wild Rose Snowflake

SheilaSparkles 2011

Materials Required

Metallic Crochet Thread

Size 7 Hook

6 small beads of your choice (optional!)

NOTE: Color A is the Rose color.

Color B is the leaf color.

Color C is the border color.

Row 1

With Color A, Chain 6, join with sl st to form ring.

Row 2

Chain 3, 4 DC in ring, *ch 3. TURN WORK so that back side is facing you. DC in same st as ch 3 and in next 4 stitches. Ch 3. Turn work BACK to right side. ** 4 DC in ring. Repeat from * 6 times ending at ** on last repeat. Join to 3rd ch of first ch-3. Turn facing right side. You should have seven petals on the front and six ch-3 spaces on the back side. Fasten off.

Row 3

With Color B, Sl st in next loop, *ch 4. Work (TRC, ch 1) 7 times, SC in same loop, sl st in next loop. Repeat from * around, join to first sl st. Fasten off.

Row 4

With Color C, string 6 beads then join to any sl st between petals and *Ch 8, add bead; ch 2 more. SC in 2nd chain below bead. Ch 8, sl st between next two petals. Repeat from * around, join with sl st to first stitch.

Row 5

Sl st in next loop; *Work 7 SC, ch 2 (pushing bead out of way to front), 7 sc in each loop around, join.

Row 6

*Ch 8, SC in ch 2 sp above bead, ch 8, sc in first sc of next 7-sc group. Repeat from * around, join.

Finishing:

Sl st up to top of loop, ch 30. Join with sl st to 15th ch from hook. Ch 1 , turn. Work 25 SC in loop, join and fasten off. Weave in thread end to conceal.

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      julieannbrady 5 years ago

      Oh my, but I seriously do love crochet -- what a delightful little item -- I could see a Christmas tree all decorated with these.

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      Jeanette 5 years ago from Australia

      Oooh. I love this! I have featured this lens on my crochet flower patterns lens.

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      Jeanette 5 years ago from Australia

      Oooh. I love this! I have featured this lens on my crochet flower patterns lens.

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      JoshK47 5 years ago

      What a very attractive crochet pattern. :)

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      myraggededge 5 years ago

      These look so pretty - if I have some time left after crocheting scarves and making journals this year, I'll definitely give these a try. I have the perfect yarn too! Thank you x

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