An Early (Crocheted) Snowfall! Lovely Crochet Snowflake Patterns to Enjoy

It’s September. Is it snowing yet? No? Well who cares if it’s too early for a blizzard; I love crocheting snowflakes.


Hexagon Crochet Snowflake Motifs to Use for Christmas Tree Ornaments: These ornaments are made using a hexagon motif pattern from Crochet Kaleidoscope by Sandra Eng, published by Interweave. Crocheted and photographed by Amy Solovay.
Hexagon Crochet Snowflake Motifs to Use for Christmas Tree Ornaments: These ornaments are made using a hexagon motif pattern from Crochet Kaleidoscope by Sandra Eng, published by Interweave. Crocheted and photographed by Amy Solovay.

Here at KnittingandCrochet.net, snowflakes are one of our favorite design themes. There’s something irresistible about them; every time I see one, it seems to me that their symmetry and their intricacy just beg to be captured in crochet. I adore beaded crochet snowflakes, filet crochet snowflakes, and just about every other type of snowflake you could dream of.

Where to Find Snowflake Patterns and Other Fancy Crochet Hexagon Motifs

There are bunches of places you can go to grab gorgeous snowflake patterns. One of my favorite resources for hexagon-shaped crochet motif patterns that you can use for making snowflakes is a book called Crochet Kaleidoscope by Sandra Eng, published by Interweave. This book includes a spectacular variety of different motif patterns, plus finished projects like blankets, a table runner and others. So if you don’t want to spend all your crafting time making snowflakes, you’ll be able to use this book for crocheting some snowflakes as well as some other sorts of projects, too.


If you’d prefer to have a pattern book that’s completely dedicated to crocheted snowflake patterns, check out Crochet Snowflakes Step-By-Step by Caitlin Sainio. This book is published by St. Martin’s Griffin. If you’re a beginner to crochet, this is exactly the book you want — because it has some beginner-friendly projects, plus each snowflake is demonstrated using step-by-step color photo tutorials. The book also includes international symbol crochet charts, which are easy and intuitive to understand.

More Crochet Snowflake Patterns:

Be sure to check out our list of snowflake crochet patterns, which includes some excellent free snowflake patterns as well as some options for snowflake patterns for sale
(that are worth the money, in my opinion).

More Wonderful Crochet Patterns for Winter:

I hope you’ll take advantage of these and all the other outstanding winter knitting and crochet patterns we’ve made available for you — and that you’ll enjoy them. Many of our winter crochet patterns are available for free.

See Also: Hexagon Patterns to Crochet and Knit

2 Warm, Trendy Crochet Cowls for Winter 2017

Are you looking for stylish ways to bundle up this winter? If so, a crocheted cowl is a fantastic wardrobe piece to consider making. These two warm, trendy crochet cowls are both perfect additions to any stylish lady’s winter 2017 wardrobe.

1. Quick, Easy Jumbo Crochet Cowl: A Free Crochet Pattern by Amy Solovay

Crochet Stitch Pattern on the Quick, Easy Jumbo Crochet Cowl
Crochet this quick, easy jumbo crochet cowl using Knitpicks Knitpicks Super Tuff Puff jumbo weight yarn, a large crochet hook and our free crochet cowl pattern.

This thick, warm, textured cowl is a super quick crochet project that’s as easy to make as it is to wear. I’ve used a jumbo-sized vivid teal-colored wool yarn to crochet my project sample; this color is really trendy right now, and it pairs well with lots of other colors for maximum versatility. If your winter 2017 wardrobe basics are black, gray, navy blue, khaki or brown, this color will complement them beautifully.

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