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Crocheted Petite Snowflake

December 23, 2008

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I’ve made so many snowflakes recently, I decided to try my hand at whipping up a pattern of my own. There was a lot of ugly being produced for awhile, but I finally made something I like! This little guy measures only 1 and  7/8″ wide, so it would be perfect on a mini-Christmas tree or on a greeting card. They’re even small enough to put inside an ornament! My inspiration for attempting such a thing came from fellow Ravelry member, madamsewingstick.

I’ve tried to ensure there are no errors, but since this is my first snowflake pattern, I can’t promise perfection. If you do find an error, please let me know and I’ll gladly make the correction. PDF: Petite Snowflake.

Petite Snowflake

Materials: crochet thread; size 6 steel crochet hook.

Row 1: Ch 2, 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Join with sl st to 1st sc.

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in same st. Ch 4, sc in next sc around. End with sl st in 1st sc. (You should have 6 ch 4 loops when you’re done.)

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in joining st. *Ch 5, sl st in 2nd and 3rd ch from hook (1st picot made), ch 3 sl st in 3rd chain from hook and in base of 1st picot made. Ch 3, sl st in 2nd & 3rd ch from hook and in base of 1st picot made. Sl st in next 2 chains & in last sc made.

Sc in ch 4 loop, ch 3, sl st in 3rd ch from hook, sc in ch 4 loop, sc in next sc. Repeat from * around, finishing with a sl st in 1st sc. Finish off.

This is an original creation; the content of this pattern is copyrighted. You may print out pages for yourself, or for charity IF credit is given on each page to DIY Maven (aka: JoAnn Moser). You may link to this page with appropriate credit. However, publishing this pattern on other websites, in e-mails, mailing lists, in any print media, OR the selling of this pattern, or items made from it, is strictly forbidden.
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  1. Emma Zimmerman permalink
    December 27, 2008 11:02 pm

    Hi,
    I love your snowflake. I think you could do it in Sugar and Cream cotton yarn and a aluminum hook for a bigger snowflake. Just a thought for those who might want a bigger flake.

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