15 Crochet Patterns With Snowflakes
A while back, I rounded up 10 FREE snowflake crochet patterns which showed all sorts of techniques to crochet the most intricate, delicate snowflakes. This week, I’m back with a roundup of 15 free and paid crochet patterns WITH snowflakes. These are accessories, home decor items, squares, ornaments, and more which incorporate snowflakes.
By going through this roundup, not only will you get all sorts of new ideas on what to make while it snows outside, but you can also figure out what else you can do with the snowflakes you’ve made. These patterns will really get your creative gears turning!
Some of these patterns are more complex than others, some have fancy colorwork or are seamed together. They all come with very detailed instructions and you won’t get lost in between with these fabulous crocheters guiding you through.
15 Crochet Patterns With Snowflakes
These are crochet patterns that have some form of snowflake in them, whether appliquéd on or worked into the pattern as a tapestry. You can learn amazing new tricks and techniques from these patterns.
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The Nordic Snowflake blanket is worked by creating individual snowflake panels using the corner to corner method and then joining them together. The pattern is simple once you get the hang of it and by using two colors, the Nordic pattern really pops. This is a cozy blanket pattern which is great to curl up in while watching a movie or opening presents on Christmas day.
This is a lightweight poncho made from snowflakes motifs. If you want it to be cozier, you can make it with a thicker yarn but it’s also a great way to carry a bit of winter with you into springtime.
You can use this pouch for so many things including storing your own hooks and notions, makeup brushes, pencils, etc. It could make a handy gift for a traveler to use as for toiletries or for your child to put their crayons on. In my opinion, one can never have too many of these lying around.
If you’re a beginner at mosaic crochet, this pattern is a great way to start. There’s a video demonstration to teach you basics as well as clear instructions on how to crochet this coaster up. If you already know how to use a mosaic graph and do basic mosaic stitches, you’re good to go!
The Hometown Holiday Baskets crochet pattern has instructions to make a pine tree basket and a snowflake basket. They’re great for gifting if you decide to stuff them with goodies or you could use them for decor around the house with baubles, pinecones, and more! Baskets are always so useful to have lying around the house.
It’s not easy trying to fit your bun or ponytail under a beanie! That’s why this pattern is so great — it allows you to toss up your hair into a messy bun and keep your head warm. If you’re an experienced crocheter, you can make this in any size you’d like for gifting.
These are delicate crochet snowflake heart ornaments which you can use to decorate your tree or turn into a pair of stylish earrings. They can also be gifted as a keychain or put together into a wall hanging or garland. They definitely add a romantic touch to the classic snowflake!
The Snowflake Square uses two colors of yarn and an easy variation of the Tunisian Simple Stitch to create this square. You can crochet this in blue and white to make it seem like it’s snowing and add it to your collection of winter themed squares to put together as a cushion or afghan.
The crochet snowflake in this wall hanging consists of only 4 rounds. It works up very fast and you can make the whole wall hanging over the weekend. To hang it up, you can use a branch of holly or pine.
Another corner to corner square, this one is a part of the Nordic Winter Afghan C2C CAL which is made up of 12 fun patterns. If you’re looking for an heirloom blanket to pass down, this is the pattern for you!
The giant snowflake on this scarf really pops out because of that red background! This is great unisex crochet scarf pattern and the graph and detailed instructions will guide you through every round. This scarf would make a wonderful present or addition to your own wardrobe.
In this square, the snowflake emerges as you stitch it up using a variation of the spike stitch while working in the round. You can make a bunch of these to put together in a blanket. Or use it as a square in a winter-themed afghan!
This stitch uses different sized chain spaces alternating to create a neat snowflake effect. If you don’t want to embroider snowflakes or do fancy colorwork but still want to capture winter in your projects, you can use this stitch to make pretty much anything!
With a Christmas tree, peppermint circle, and snowflake, you can put together this crochet garland too. You can make this in whichever colors you have lying around and use the end product to decorate any surface. String them together as a garland or make each individual one into an ornament — the choice is yours!
The Oh So Merry French Press Cozy keeps all of your hot beverages warm any time of the day. It’s a green option for a reusable cozy that would make a great gift to coffee lovers in your life. In my opinion, not much beats a good cup of hot cocoa or coffee in the winter!