Crochet Snowflakes for the Win!


If you're looking at your holiday make list and starting to panic, we've got you! These crochet snowflakes are fast, easy, cute and totally giftable. Stitch up a flurry and show that list who's in charge.

Quick Crochet Snowflake Pattern


Pro Tip

You can use any hook/yarn combination you prefer. If you crochet loosely, I suggest that you use a smaller hook than suggested for the yarn, otherwise your snowflake will be floppy.


  • Ch – Chain
  • Rnd – Round
  • Sc – Single crochet
  • Sl st – Slip stitch
  • St/sts – Stitch/stitches
  • () and * – Repeat instructions between parentheses and asterisks the number of times specified
  • {} – Total number of stitches in the round


Start with a magic ring .
Rnd 1: Make 6 sc into the ring. Join to the first sc with a sl st. {6 sc}

Rnd 2: Ch 6. (Sl st in the next st, ch 6) 5 times. 

To join, sl st into the back of the sl st join from the previous round. {6 ch-6 spaces}

Rnd 3: (3 sc, ch 3, 3 sc) into each ch-6 space. Join to the first sc with a sl st. {36 sc and 6 ch-3 spaces}

Rnd 4: Sl st in the next 2 sts and in the ch-3 space.

(Ch 4, sl st, ch 6, sl st, ch 4, sl st) into the same ch-3 space. 

Sl st in the next 2 sts, then skip the next 2 sts (indicated with arrows in the photo above). 

*Sl st in the next 2 sts and in the ch-3 space. (Ch 4, sl st, ch 6, sl st, ch 4, sl st) into the same ch-3 space. Sl st in the next 2 sts and skip the next 2 sts.* Repeat from * to * 4 more times.

Join to the next sl st with a sl st (indicated with an arrow in the photo above). {6 ch-6 spaces and 12 ch-4 spaces}

Fasten off and weave in your ends. If you stitch tightly and use a dense yarn like cotton, you won't have to block your crochet snowflakes. If you crochet loosely, or you prefer a crisp, pointy snowflake, go ahead and block 'em . Want them even stiffer? Use liquid starch.

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