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PDF pattern for three crochet snowflakes. Crochet snowflake pattern. Winter decor pattern. Christmas decor

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NB: this is a pattern for making the snowflakes, not the actual snowflakes.

This pattern includes instructions for making these three crochet snowflakes. The instructions are written out and one of the patterns includes photographs illustrating the different stages of the pattern. It is suitable for anyone who knows the basic stitches (slip stitch to double treble) and is in UK terms with a table showing a translation into US terms included. It also includes a thorough explanation of how to block out the snowflakes and a template to use when blocking out so that they become straight.

I make the snowflakes with 3-ply linen yarn from a shop here on Etsy, but they can be made with any yarn; photo 5 shows one of the snowflakes in 4 different yarns: (clockwise from top left) 4-ply cotton, 3-ply linen, 2-ply linen, Coats Aida 20.


You are welcome to sell the snowflakes that you make with this pattern, but please don't sell them for less than what I sell them for and please mention where you got the pattern or post a link if you're selling online – thanks! You may not re-distribute or sell this pattern in any way. Please note that once you have downloaded this pattern it is non-refundable.

If you would like to buy the actual snowflakes please see:

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Saraphir?section_id=16193568&ref=shopsection_leftnav_5
NB: this is a pattern for making the snowflakes, not the actual snowflakes.

This pattern includes instructions for making these three crochet snowflakes. The instructions are written out and one of the patterns includes photographs illustrating the different stages of the pattern. It is suitable for anyone who knows the basic stitches (slip stitch to double treble) and is in UK terms with a table showing a translation into US terms included. It also includes a thorough explanation of how to block out the snowflakes and a template to use when blocking out so that they become straight.

I make the snowflakes with 3-ply linen yarn from a shop here on Etsy, but they can be made with any yarn; photo 5 shows one of the snowflakes in 4 different yarns: (clockwise from top left) 4-ply cotton, 3-ply linen, 2-ply linen, Coats Aida 20.


You are welcome to sell the snowflakes that you make with this pattern, but please don't sell them for less than what I sell them for and please mention where you got the pattern or post a link if you're selling online – thanks! You may not re-distribute or sell this pattern in any way. Please note that once you have downloaded this pattern it is non-refundable.

If you would like to buy the actual snowflakes please see:

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Saraphir?section_id=16193568&ref=shopsection_leftnav_5

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141 Granton Road
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EDINBURGH, EH5 3NJ

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