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Thank you so much for the great picture tutorial and very clear instructions, even though I had to remind myself often that a dc was a sc in the U.S. :-). It is a beautiful pattern...I attached thin gold metallic yarn to chain stitch loops for hangers - very pretty. Thanks again for sharing this!


These are beautiful, thank you so much for sharing. The instructions and photo's you've given make it so simple to hook away without fear! I also love your idea for blocking the snowflakes and having just made my first 2 I shall be buying some spray starch later today. I have a nice foam block from my needle felting so that will be ideal for the job. I will be making some snowflakes to give as little gifts.


Hi, Lucy!! I loved your crochet star. Thank you!! I try do it, too
I`m Edilane and I`m brasilian. Adore you history and your blog.

Anna Moritz


Amy Snow

This was brilliant! Thank you so much, I've mad five of them already!

Judy Malone

I love your blogg it is awesome you give me such inspiriation!!

Brett Rodgers

This was so nice to have. Thanks for your post. I have been looking into some machine embroidery projects for a hobby now. I also hear that you can get it done online for really cheap and high end products.

Mama Adia

I saw the question on a spanish tutorial ... I'm dutch, translated the pattern quickly to our terminology. If helpfull, I'm happy to send a "neat" version!

michelle gast

Awesome. thank you so much. I've visited tons of sites, and youtube videos, and I fianlly got a nice easy snowflake at your site :)


These are super gorgeous Lucy (as are all your hooky projects!) I just made one to see how it went and it was really easy, off to make more now to turn into a garland. Thanks so much for sharing
Jo :)


Thank you so much for sharing! I've made a load of snowflakes out of chunky wool as Christmas bunting. I don't know if I was doing something wrong, but I've found if I omit the third round then they don't curl up and need "fixing" quite so much. Your blog fills me with such inspiration, you're a genius! Thanks again! x


Thanks for sharing! I am featuring it as Day one of my Snowflake Christmas series on http://www.SunflowersatHome.blogspot.com


I love this pattern! I just used it to make a Christmas tree ornament, which I posted on my blog: http://notyouraveragecrochet.wordpress.com/2011/11/26/more-ornaments/ Thanks for providing this easy and quick pattern!

Angie Macmillan

Very good tutorial! x

Gillie on Nb Vox Stellarum

Just discovered your great blog yesterday when searching for a snowflake pattern..Your pictures and explanations are really good, so clear and explicit:~)
It is one of the nicest blogs I have come across..I wanted to comment on the Walking in the neighbourhood entry but for some reason the comment box never appeared...I live on a narrowboat ( at the moment in Wiltshire on the Kennet & Avon canal) and next year we are hoping to travel to Liverpool..your bit of canal looks amazing as does the rest of your town, waterfall & woodland!..I was wondering if you could tell me which canal it is?..I appreciate that you do not want to be too explicit about where you live on the net but could you email me?..I was thinking maybe it is the Huddersfield Narrow but maybe not!..Anyway thanks for a spledid blog I just wish I had a faster internet speed so I could download you patterns.
Gillie :~)


Love these!!!! I just wanted to know how many inches big the largest one is. If you could write back, that would be awesome! emkaraswafford@gmail.com

Eva Mari Kirkvaag Bjørgum

This was SO easy and the outcome SO cute! Thank you very much, - loved it!

Best regards from Eva Mari in Norway :)


A lovely and simple pattern - I posted pictures of a couple of things I'd made and got requests from friends for some of these as Christmas decorations pretty much immediately!


Thank you so much for this gorgeous pattern. Christmas presents = Sorted!

Lee Ann

Thank you for the snowflake patterns. They are beautiful! :)
Crochet...Gotta Love It!

Renee Hobson

Love your snowflakes....I also love the fact that you give a step by step tutorial with each project. So much easier for me!

Thank You!

vera beatriz da silva santos

Muito lindo seu trabalho. Você tem didática para ensinar. Parabéns.
Moro no Brasil, São Paulo-SP


Thank you for this pattern, it's lovely :) x

maisie sparrow

What an easy tutorial to follow thanks for sharing this and explaining it so well I love your blog it's very interesting. Am going to give this a try!


Grazie infinite per questa chiarissima spiegazione!!!!! Buona giornata Donatella

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