If you know how to crochet a granny square, you know how to crochet a snowflake! This pattern is as easy as pie, and creates a lovely clustered snowflake.
One snowflake does not a winter make, so try crocheting up a dozen of these to hang in your tree or from a window.
You’ll need fine gauge craft wire. Look for one which is easy to manipulate, but holds its shape. I’ve compared it to fingering weight yarn for scale. You will also need:
A roll of wire set me back about £1.50 and made about 10 snowflakes. This is a very affordable project!
As always, I’m using American crochet terminology. For more details, check out this techniques page.
Want more? You can find four more free crochet snowflake patterns on this blog post.
If you make these snowflakes, I’d love it if you tagged me on Instagram!