CROCHET PATTERNSCrochet Pineapple Snowflake

Crochet Pineapple Snowflake

You can make a bunch of these stunning snowflakes in whatever colors you like and hang them on your tree or adorn your windows and walls. Pineapple Snowflake is one of the three snowflake patterns in Set No4.
The size of the motif depends on the thread or yarn and the hook you are going to use. I crocheted my Pineapple Snowflake with cotton thread size 5 and a 2,5 mm crochet hook. The finished snowflake measures almost 12 cm (about 4,6 inches) in diameter.
Besides your thread and hook, you will also need a needle to weave in loose ends and a pair of scissors, as well as white school glue or your favorite starch, stainless steel pins, plastic wrap and some kind of blocking board in order to block your snowflakes.

Snowflakes Set No4
Pineapple Snowflake • Pinwheel Snowflake • Naxos


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Wishing you a joyous Holiday season!

Christmas is just around the corner and a lovely way to get into the festive spirit is to crochet your own snowflake ornaments, perfect not only as unique decorations but also as gifts for friends and family.

The Snowflake Set No4 PDF contains written instructions for 3 different snowflakes, photos of the finished snowflakes, 1 free blocking template, stiffening and blocking instructions, as well as informative and helpful active links.
The patterns are written in American English crochet terms. However, there is a helpful conversion chart inside the PDF for those who use British English crochet terms.

You should be familiar with basic crochet stitches, terminology and working in the round. The skills you need for this pattern are: magic ring (magic circle), chain, single crochet, double crochet, slip stitch.

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Looking for a free, pretty snowflake pattern? Check out Crochet Snowflake Patmos.
All the patterns in are written in American English crochet terms. If you are familiar with British English crochet terms, here is a very helpful US/UK Crochet Terminology Conversion Chart.


  1. When you live in northern Canada, you would think one would have enough snowflakes! But no I still keep crocheting them. Thank-you for such a beautiful design.
    Zuzanna wishing you a warm peaceful day with plenty of creative energy!


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