How to Crochet Mini Snowflakes



How to Crochet Mini Snowflakes – Free Crochet Pattern From Crafty Guild

Christmas is almost here and this mini snowflake pattern would be very great to work on. This can be used as appliques and its so easy to make. You can also join snowflakes together to make a table runner, curtain, scarf or even a dress.


Materials Needed:

size 10 crochet thread

1.60 mm. crochet hook

pair of scissors



Ch – chain

HDC – half double crochet

DC – double crochet

Tr – triple crochet

sl st – slip stitch

DC2tog – double crochet 2 together

DC3tog – double crochet 3 together


Free Crochet Pattern:

Magic Ring

Round 1: Chain 2, (DC3tog , Ch 3)* repeat 6x around, sl st

Round 2: On the Ch 3 space, Ch 2, DC3tog, Ch 3, DC3tog, Ch 3,

(On next Ch 3 space, DC3tog, Ch 3, DC3tog, Ch 3, )* repeat around, sl st

Round 3: (On the Ch 3 space, SC, HDC, DC, Ch 3 picot, Tr, Ch 7 picot, on the next Ch 3 space, Tr, Ch 3 picot, DC, HDC, SC)* repeat around, sl st, fasten off

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14 responses to “How to Crochet Mini Snowflakes”

    • You’re welcome Mari. I can’t share as many patterns as others do but I’ll try my best. I have made a daisy granny square pattern and I’ll try to make it into a pillow. I’m still busy with my work. How i wish I could post the pattern asap 🙂

  1. Thank you for sharing this pattern. It is a cute snowflake. I think I will add them to my bows on my Christmas presents.

  2. Made this cute snowflake with Aunt Lydias #3 thread and a 2.5 hook. Turned out great, thank you for such an easy pattern to follow. I did find tho that the start of Row 2 and 3 are slightly different in the written pattern than on the video. I followed the video. Not sure if it would make a difference or not. Will be making more!!

  3. I’m left handed and always had trouble when my mom tried to show me how to crochet. Your video was perfect. I could watch each step over till I could get my brain to understand how to reverse it. I’ve made a dozen of these snowflakes to share with my children and family. It was special to continue giving crochet snowflakes out since my mom is no longer with us. Thank you so much. They are beautiful

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