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  1. https://www.snowcatcher.net/2018/05/cake-flake-monday.html?m=1
  2. Some little birds visited my tree
  3. Hi Crocheters, I've made some snowflakes for gifts when I visit my sister during the holidays. Six each for a neighbor, a lovely 90 year old and for my sister. Try as hard as I could the pictures do not show that there is silver glitter on them but I'm sure with the twinkling lights on the tree that they will show. I followed a tip and used equal parts of white glue and water (plus the silver glitter) and after pinning the snowflakes onto the cardboard, I painted each, they dried really stiff and great!! Thanks for looking!!
  4. Here are 4 tiny snowflakes I created, NOT made with thread! I used white baby yarn and an E crochet hook. They measure 1.75-2 inches from corner to corner. Starting with the snowflake on the top left and working right: A: 1. Ch 4, sl st to first ch. 2. Ch 1, 6 sc in ring, sl st in 1st sc 3. *Ch 5, sl st in 2nd & 3rd cos from hook, (ch 2, sl st in 2nd & 3rd chs from hook) x2, sl st in 2nd ch of ch 5, sl st in next sc* x6. End off. B: 1. Ch 4, sl st to 1st ch. 2. *Ch 5, sl st in ch 4 ring* x6 3. sl st in 1st ch 5 space, *ch 4, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, ch 2, sl st in next ch 5 sp* x6. End off. C: 1. Ch 4, sl st to 1st ch. 2. Ch 1, 6 sc in ring, sl st in 1st sc. 3. *Ch 4, sl st in 2nd, 3rd, & 4th cos from hook, sl st in same sc, ch 2, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next sc* x6. End off. D: 1. Ch 4, sl st to 1st ch. 2. *Ch 5, sl st in 2nd & 3rd cos from hook, (ch 2, sl st in 2nd & 3rd chs from hook) x2, sl st in 2nd & 1st chs of ch 5, sl st in ch 4 ring* x6. End off. I hope you enjoy these cute little flakes! Let me know if I made any mistakes or if anything isn't clear enough.
  5. I just couldn't help it - I felt I needed to make some snowflakes! Maybe I needed something cool in this hot summer.... Here you can see some flakes (and a lacy bird) I kept making during my vacations I'll post pictures of starched snowflakes later
  6. Here are my twisted snowflakes. Well, they are not mine anymore The patterns are from Polish crochet magazine.
  7. Welcome to 2013! May this year be better than last! This Snowflake CAL was born about five years ago, and the goal is to make at least one snowflake every Monday (or whatever day of the week is best for you), with the goal of 52 snowflakes by Christmas, more than enough to decorate your tree with plenty leftover to gift. All participants are welcome and encouraged to post links to their own patterns and/or pictures throughout the year to keep us all enthused and motivated. Please help keep this thread alive by sharing your work!Snowflakes make us drool! Throughout the years, participants have asked if they must stiffen flakes, if they can use yarn instead of thread and how to do specific stitches and/or patterns. You may make your snowflakes with whatever fiber you choose. You may even make them with embroidery floss, plarn or ribbon! Stiffen them if you like, and don't if that's not your cup of tea. Feel free to ask questions here any time, and someone here is sure to try to help. Many snowflakers will pitch in and help whenever anyone has a question. Ravelry has a snowflake group here, and a new Yahoo group will be starting soon. I will update this post and add the link as soon as it is available. Let's cover the world with a blanket of snow that doesn't cause frost bite! Happy 2013! And let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! Here is the best list of free snowflake links I know of. Here is the list of 2008 snowflakes. Here is the list of 2009 snowflakes. Here is the thread for the 2010 CAL. Here is the thread for the 2011 CAL. Here is the thread for the 2012 CAL. Snowflake Books or Leaflets 99 Snowflakes More Snowflakes to Crochet by Mary Thomas Our Best Christmas Thread Crochet has 12 snowflake patterns out of 42 projects. Copyright 1997. White Christmas in Thread Crochet 25 snowflake patterns. Copyright 2001. American School of Needlework's 101 Snowflakes by Delsie Rhoades and Kathy Wesley. Crocheted Snowflakes and Angels by Wilma Stash. Leisure Arts leaflet 255. Big Book of Thread Ornaments by Leisure Arts. Copyright 2009. 100 Snowflakes to Crochet: Make Your Own Snowdrift - to Give or to Keep by Caitlin Sainio. Copyright 2012. (Special thanks to Marikamum and Apak for helping compile the above list!) Other snowflake-related links: Stiffening Snowflakes Blocking Snowflakes Snowflake Blocking Diagram (Very special thanks to Noël V. Nevins for providing such timeless information for free for more than a decade now!)
  8. The Connecticut PTSA says they have a semi truckload full of snowflakes. WOW!!! They have enough snowflakes. Read more here. Please send any snowflakes you are still making for this effort to your own elementary school. Thank you for making this possible!
  9. Welcome to a new year! I hope you had a great Christmas and at least one day off to breathe and relax! This CAL was born about four years ago, I think, and encourages snowflake aficionados to make at least one snowflake every Monday (or whatever day of the week is best for you), with the goal of 52 snowflakes by Christmas, more than enough to decorate your tree with plenty leftover to gift. Last year, I added my new pattern each week to the CAL to keep the thread from getting buried and lost. Maintaining a weekly list is overwhelming for anyone, so this Crochet-A-Long is evolving yet again. All participants are welcome and encouraged to post their own patterns and/or pictures throughout the year to keep us all enthused and motivated. Please help keep this thread alive by sharing your work! Throughout the years, participants have asked if they must stiffen flakes, if they can use yarn instead of thread and how to do specific stitches and/or patterns. You may make your snowflakes with whatever you choose. You can even make them with embroidery floss, plarn or ribbon! Stiffen them if you like, and don't if that's not your cup of tea. Feel free to ask questions here any time, and someone is sure to try to help. Many snowflakers will pitch in and help whenever anyone has a question. Hopefully this CAL has not seen its glory days and instead will continue to grow. Let's cover the world with a blanket of snow that doesn't cause frost bite! And PLEASE share photos of your snowflakes! Snowflake photos make us drool! Happy 2012! And let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! Here is the best list of free snowflake links I know of. Here is the list of 2008 snowflakes. Here is the list of 2009 snowflakes. Here is the thread for the 2010 CAL. Here is the thread for the 2011 CAL. Snowflake Books or Leaflets 99 Snowflakes More Snowflakes to Crochet by Mary Thomas Our Best Christmas Thread Crochet has 12 snowflake patterns out of 42 projects. Copyright 1997. White Christmas in Thread Crochet 25 snowflake patterns. Copyright 2001. American School of Needlework's 101 Snowflakes by Delsie Rhoades and Kathy Wesley. Crocheted Snowflakes and Angels by Wilma Stash. Leisure Arts leaflet 255. Big Book of Thread Ornaments by Leisure Arts. Copyright 2009. 100 Snowflakes to Crochet: Make Your Own Snowdrift---to Give or to Keep by Caitlin Sainio. Copyright 2012. (Special thanks to Marikamum and Apak for compiling the above list!) Other snowflake-related links: Stiffening Snowflakes Blocking Snowflakes Snowflake Blocking Diagram (Very special thanks to Noël V. Nevins for providing such timeless information for free for more than a decade now! Noël, if you ever read this, I still would sure love to meet you one day!)
  10. ... and the first part of a test of different stiffening methods... Lollipop Snowflake patterns
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