Snowflakes! An Etsy Treasury and 5 Free Crochet Patterns

Snowflakes are so amazing. They’re an iconic winter symbol, known for being unique. Individual flakes are fragile but together they can become avalanches. Stunning. So I wanted to celebrate the coming winter with a couple of roundups. First we’ve got this week’s Etsy crochet treasury: A Snowflake Collection. And following that I’ve included some links to great free crochet patterns for people who want to make some snowflakes of their own.

Etsy Crochet Snowflakes

‘Stunning Snowflakes in Crochet’ by CrochetConcupiscence

Snowflakes are one of the best symbols of the holiday season that I can think of. They are both delicate and strong, unique and beautiful. Here’s a roundup of how this symbol works in crochet.


Crochet Snowflakes Scarf. Ne…

$39.60

PDF Snowflake Hat Crochet PA…

$3.99

Crochet Christmas Ornament S…

$12.00

red snowflake coffee snuggie

$8.00

Crochet Snowflakes earrings

$9.00

Red Snowflake Mittens Gloves…

$27.00

Dusty Snowflake Throw

$30.00

Chic glitter crochet snowfla…

$8.60

White Snowflake Crochet Neck…

$18.00

Handmade Snowflake Vintage D…

$40.00

Falling Snowflakes crochet s…

$25.00

Snowflake applique set : Gra…

$5.00

Treasury tool by Red Row Studio.

5 Great Free Crochet Patterns

CRAFT shares Haley Pierson Cox’s tutorial for these great crochet snowflake ornaments

Aesthetic Nest shared a tutorial for crochet snowflake appliques

CrochetMe has ideas for a super quick crochet snowflake

One Crochet Day at a Time shares how to make these crochet snowflake squares

And finally a classic crochet snowflake pattern from Snowcatcher

If you’re going to crochet snowflakes this year then you might want to also check out the article on how to block snowflakes by Yarn Round Hook.

And finally I wanted to point out that @nexstitch has some crochet-themed snowflake items like coffee mugs available for sale through CafePress.

Will you be crocheting snowflakes this year? How will use them.

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Kathryn

San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!

2 Comments:

  1. I’ll be making some in a couple weeks for a winter wreath to put up after Christmas.

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