Posted by: mamas2hands | December 24, 2011

Happy Holidays

Wishing everyone a beautiful holiday week-end and a wonderous New Year in 2012.

Little Snowflake Ornament / Copyright 2011 M2H Designs

In celebration of this time of year I am sharing a fun little snowflake pattern with you.  For now it is just a stitch diagram, so my apologies to those of you who can’t read those yet.  Maybe a good New Year’s resolution is to learn that skill as it does open the whole world of international patterns to you.  If you have trouble reading the chart because of size, click on the photo and it should enlarge it.

Once you’ve stitched up your snowflake and tucked in the ends, pin it out and use your favorite fabric stiffener to make it into an ornament. I prefer to brush the stiffener on once the snowflake is pinned out, instead of dipping the fabric in the solution first.  Once one side is dry I un-pin the flake and if needed will brush more stiffener on the back.

You can also sprinkle a bit of glitter over the flake while the stiffener is wet to create a sparkly snowflake.



  1. […] There is this pattern available here on my blog for a sweet little snowflake. […]

  2. […] My favorite projects to make in thread are Snowflakes for decorating my Christmas tree, or sending as gifts with Christmas cards. I have family and friends all over, so it’s nice to be able to send a pretty crocheted gift that will travel flat. I offered a pattern for the little snowflake on the right last December here on my blog. […]

  3. […] snowflakes check out my Little Snowflake here on the blog from December 2011. It is only 5 rounds of simple stitches so is very quick to crochet […]

  4. […] 28. Little Snowflake Ornament by Andee Graves […]

  5. […] Little Snowflake Ornament (this pattern is a stitch diagram only, but that big circle in the middle is your first chain, and it’s much easier to work into if it’s an Adjustable Slip Knot) […]

  6. […] Happy Holidays #FreeCrochetPattern by @Mamas2hands […]

  7. […] Little Snowflake Ornament – This was the first snowflake pattern I shared here on the blog and it is a stitch chart only pattern. […]

  8. […] Little Snowflake Ornament – Pattern available here. […]

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