How to Crochet a Christmas Snowflake Ornament – Video + Written

Hello, my lovely. My previous crochet snowflake video was so popular that we decided to make another! Woop!

This one is pretty straight-forward. You can use any size yarn and needle, but this one used a US Size F hook and our Pearlescent Fingering weight yarn in colorway, Eggshell.

Make one to two dozen to hang on your tree this holiday season! You’ll only need about 15 yards per ornament.

You can also download the written version of this pattern here by adding to your cart and completing checkout. It’s free!

Alright, enjoy this precious day!

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You can see our first, Version 1, snowflake ornament tutorial here!




PS – I’m wearing this sweater pattern in the video, if interested.

how to crochet a snowflake ornament!

By | 2018-02-19T21:07:11+00:00 December 5th, 2017|Crochet, Finished Objects, Video Tutorials|3 Comments


  1. Kimberly December 22, 2017 at 1:50 pm - Reply

    This is so cute! I’m thinking this will be a last minute addition to the homemade gifts I usually do! Thank you so much and happy Christmas to you and yours.

  2. Pia Østergaard December 3, 2018 at 3:07 pm - Reply

    helllo Chandi… Realy nice snowflakes – an a very good tutorial to follow.. I loved it… and I also love you written pattern … I’m from Denmark, and I know at lot of my chrochetfriends also would like to make these snowflakes – but a lot of them aren’t so good at using english written patterns. They can floow the tutorial, but when they don’t understand english so well, they think it’s not so easy. My question to You is therefore — could I get Your permittens to translate the written pattern??? I will naturally refer to both the english pattern as well as youtube and your blog. If it’s not ok, I will resepct this fully. I’m looking forward to hearing from you. Have a merry Christmas. Pia

    • Chandi December 4, 2018 at 11:25 am - Reply

      Of course you can! That would be fine. Have a wonderful holiday season!

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