Each year I like to create a new, fairly quick Christmas tree decoration pattern to give friends and family instead of cards. I make several dozen of them. That means they can’t be complicated. This is how I got to create this quick crochet snowflake.

The snowflake looks different according to the yarn you use. The ones at the top of the page are different size but made exactly the same way. One is mercerized crochet thread, the other thin wool. This one is mohair with glitter:

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This snowflake is in silver glitter thread:

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Here is one example of yarn you could use:

Patterns

There is both a YouTube tutorial and a free Ravelry written pattern for you to choose from.

Download the written pattern at www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/2-row-snowflake

Here is the video:

You can tag me in Instagram @tuulamaaria or Twitter @_Tuulamaaria and use hashtag #knitcrochetchristmascom with a photo of your snowflake. I would love to see them!

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