33 Crochet Snowflake Patterns
Transform your home into a winter wonderland this holiday season with a bunch of colorful crochet snowflakes. You can hang these fluffy snowflakes on your Christmas tree or just use them as gift toppers. Passionate crochet lovers can check out these unique crochet snowflake patterns to make some funky Christmas decorations.
This double-stitched crochet snowflake is the perfect decorative piece for adding some festive vibrancy to your house.
Beat the winter blues while staying indoors by crocheting these snowflakes using skein yarn of different colors.
Decorate your frosty windows with these multicolored snowflakes to get the Christmas feel when you wake up in the morning.
Maintain the simplicity of your holiday décor with these cozy crochet snowflakes that requires only two rounds of stitching.
Use a small bundle of white cotton crochet thread to work on this neat snowflake pattern. If you want to make these snowflakes rigid, then apply some fabric stiffener and attach them to the walls or gift boxes.
Simple Crochet Snowflake Pattern
Another versatile pattern that can be turned into a lovely gift wrap accessory, Christmas tree embellishment, or a unique table decoration.
This puffy crochet pattern is obtained from a combination of double stitch, chain stitch and slip stitch.
You need to know the magic ring crochet stitch technique to make these colorful snowflakes.
Imagine how beautiful your Christmas tree will look when you adorn it with this unique set of crochet snowflakes along with the bells, glittery balls, and stockings.
Showcase these star and asterisk crocheted snowflakes anywhere in your house to create a lively atmosphere during the entire Christmas season.
Break the stereotype by crocheting these pretty handmade snowflakes together to make a bracelet, necklace, or a bookmark instead of a Christmas tree ornament.
Crocheted Snowflake for Decoration
If you belong to that part of the world where it hardly snows during winter then crochet these white snowflakes to bring some chill to your home.
Blazing Star Crochet Snowflake
Greet your guests with this eye-catching crochet snowflake hanging at the front door.
Amidst the lights and decorations, these crochet snowflakes hanging from the roof resembles a starry night sky.
Adding these snowflake trinkets to your Christmas tree entirely changes its look. Smear some sparkle on the snowflakes for that extra festive gleam.
Select any colored yarn and start working on this simple pattern to create an incredible crochet ornament.
Five-point Century Crochet Snowflake
Crochet Snowflake Do It Yourself
This eye-popping pattern makes an ideal winter project for crochet beginners.
This dainty crochet snowflake can be laid on the table or decorated on your Christmas tree to add a classy touch to your home.
Crochet Snowflake Instructions
Emulate the perfect snowfall indoors by decking up your house with these fabulous crochet snowflakes.
Medium One Round Crochet Snowflake
Make every day a snow day with these 6-pointed crochet snowflakes having a floral pattern at the center.
Another pattern worked with the magic ring stitch in various colors to give you the wintery feel.
How to Make an Easy Crochet Snowflake
Grace the arrival of winter with this aesthetically appealing crochet snowflake incorporated with beads.
Crochet Sugar Cookies Snowflake
Twine this stunning crochet snowflake scarf around your neck as a complement for your woolen outfit.
This cute crochet hat with a snowflake embellishment makes a cool fashion accessory, going well with your winter attire.
Bunny Slope Crochet Snowflake Blanket
This classy blanket is the perfect baby shower gift you can give to your best friend on her special day.
Christmas Crochet Snowflake Idea
Wooly’s Crochet Snowflake Square
You will be hooked to this pattern having gorgeous details with vibrant colors.
So now you have a wide collection of crochet snowflake patterns that will add a new meaning to your Christmas décor. If you have been managing all this while with paper snowflakes then it’s time to do something extraordinary.
Published on August 13th 2015 by Michelle Anderson
I love the snowflake patterns I may make a few myself