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Crochet Snowflakes... Pattern #10

Crochet Snowflake #1 is 6 1/4 inches in diameter.

Crochet Supplies: 2mm Crochet Hook & Size 30 Crochet Cotton

I use the British Names for the Crochet Stitches. Click Here for a Conversion Chart to American Stitch Names.

Click here for the Common Abreviations used in the patterns.

Click here for instructions for Basic Crochet Stitches

Snowflakes are very limp, without a stiffener. My favourite is the the old fashioned sugar & water mixture. This makes the crochet snow flake rock hard and gives it a slightly translucent white almost sparkly apperance. It is a little sticky to work with but I've explained the procedure on the page for crochet stiffeners. Once you've got it down it not a big deal. A lot of the finished shape of the crochet snowflake is created by the way you mold with your fingers and pin it in place.

This is a very special vintage design. It is a recreation of a snowflake doily that belonged to my grandmother's sister Mary and is a very old pattern. I don't know who crocheted the original, it might well have been my grandmother as she crocheted non stop when I was a child.

Crochet Snowflake #10

Work 6ch. Join into a circle with ss into first ch.

1st. Round

7ch, *1tr, 3ch. Repeat from * 6 more times. ss into 4th ch of first 7 ch.

2nd. Round

1ss into each of first 2ch, 11ch, * 1quad tr, 6ch. Repeat from * 6 more times. ss into the 5th ch from previous round.

3rd. Round

ss into first ch, 5ch, 6trtr, 5ch *7trtr, 5ch. Repeat from * 6 more times. ss into the 5th ch from previous round.

4th. Round

5ch, 6trtr, 3ch, 1tr into loop, 3ch, *7trtr, (3ch, 1tr, 3ch) into loop, Repeat from * 6 more times. ss into 5th ch of the first 5ch.

5th. Round

5ch, 6trtr into trtr in round below, (4ch, 1tr into dtr, 4ch), *7trtr, (4ch, 1tr into dtr, 4ch), Repeat from * 6 more times. ss into 5th ch of the first 5ch.

6th. Round

5ch, 6trtr, (1ch, 1trtr in 2nd ch in loop below, 3ch, 1trtr into the same ch, 1trtr into 3rd ch in the next loop, 3ch, 1trtr into same ch, 1ch) * 7trtr, (1ch, 1trtr into 2nd chain in loop below, 3ch, 1trtr into the same ch, 3ch, 1trtr into 3rd ch in the next loop, 3ch, 1trtr into same ch, 1ch). Repeat from * 6 more times. ss into the 5th ch of the first 5ch.

7th. Round, snowflake point zigzags
...working back & forth as in rows

Crochet Snowflake #10

2ch, 2dc,(1dc, 3ch, ss into dc),--called 1picot--into 4th trtr 'the center one', 3dc (# location marker),

**{2dc next sp, 3dc next space, 5ch, 3dc next sp, 2dc next sp, ss to anchor/end,

5ch, turn work, 1trtr into centre loop, 3ch, 1trtr into same loop, (2ch, 1trtr into same loop) 2 times, 3ch, 1trtr into same loop, 5ch, turn work, ss into the dc at (# location marker)

(2dc, 1 picot, 2dc) into loop created by 5ch, (2dc, 1 picot, 1dc) into next loop, (2dc next loop) 2 times,

ss into trtr, turn work,
5 ch, 1trtr into centre trtr between the 2dcs, (2ch, 1trtr into same trtr) 2 times, 5ch, turn work, dc into trtr,

(3dc, 1 picot, 1dc) into next loop, (2dc next loop) 2 times, turn, ss into trtr,

9ch, turn work, dc into trtr close to picot,

turn work, (4dc, 1picot, 4dc), into next loop, (1dc, 1 picot, 3dc) into next loop, (1dc, 1 picot, 2dc) into next loop, (2dc, 1 picot, 2dc)into next loop, 1dc into same space where the point starts.} ** END of first point, Repeat for all points. --[On the last repeat ss to finish]

3dc, 1 picot into 4th 'the center trtr', 3dc, ss to anchor/end(#),

Start Point at **{ Repeat 7 more times.

Cut cotton, slip end through and darn ends invisibly into work.

It required 7 pins on each point, to stretch it while starching.

 

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