These pretty crocheted snowflake crafts are perfect for the cold winter months. Make a handful to display in shadow boxes on your wall, string up as garland or adorn a front door wreath.
Skill level: Intermediate
“This star-shaped snowflake might be dropped by an Alberta Clipper, a low-pressure system originating near Alberta, Canada.”
This is Snowflake #41 in the book of 100 Snowflakes. Instructions are on Page 66. Pictured on page 29 in Showcase.
Finished diameter: 3-1/8 in. (79 mm)
Can also be made with worsted weight yarn and a G hook for a larger, equally lovely, snowflake.
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