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  • Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x




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My friend just put me In touch with theses adorable snow flakes , we are both beginners at crochet, but love Christmas ,to make a perfect white snowflake in crochet work is our aim .....so we are very glad to have found your page with easy to follow instructions I'm off to practise now thanks for sharing :-)


Thank you, lovely and easy to crochet! Couldn´t stop for making just one or few, but used whole white mohair yarn for these. =)

Evelyn Starfishy

Thank you for the instructions! I made snowflake garlands and hung them with paper lanterns for a winter party decoration - it came out so beautiful! I posted about it on my blog at www.scrappyhappystarfishy.blogspot and linked back to your site for the instructions! Very pretty!


Lucy - thanks so much for your lovely snowflake pattern. I used mine with out the starching when I made my WINTER crochet wreath. I linked back to your snowflake pattern from my wreath post here:http://flythecoopcrafts.blogspot.com/2013/01/double-crochet-wreath-instructions.html
I do always appreciate your free patterns and excellent tutorials.


Sorry, forgot to give the link!



Hi Lucy,
I'm such a fan of your blog and it was these snowflakes that first led me here! I've made a variation on these snowflakes and plan to post the pattern on my new blog. Is this OK with you? I've mentioned you as the source (I tend to mention you a lot in my blog, it seems - such a tragic fangirl)

If it's not OK, just drop me a line and I'll take it down.

Thanks for your lovely, colour-filled blog!


I know this is an older post, but thank you so much for it anyway! I love how easy these are to make. I'm teaching some of my friends to crochet, and it is wonderful to have a short project that yields a beautiful result. We will have fields of snowflakes by next Christmas. :)

Jan Lambert

That looks easy enough for even me to follow, thankyou.


Thank you for sharing and showing how to do it!


Thanks!! I've been looking for a quick, cute snowflake to make garlands with, and this is perfect!!!! I'm almost giddy!!


Foarte frumos si simplu de lucrat fulgul de nea ! Eu l-am crosetat cu fir subtire si mi-a iesit micut si dragut ! Multumesc !


I love these, just done one and planning to make more for my Christmas tree, thank you!


Thank you so much for posting this tutorial.
I really love these snowflakes.

I'd like to share this tutorial with Japanese bloggers.
Do you mind if I translate this tutorial to Japanese and post on my blog?
Of course with full credit and link back.
I hope that you are OK with that.


Thanks a mil, especially the starch tip:)


I have made ALOT of these since finding them on your lovely blog... thank you for your wonderful instructions. Enjoying the advent preparations this year.

Jo McGee

Aww Lucy thank you so much i have made a few and done the blocking and am sending them out in my christmas cards. Your tutorials are just the very best. I am a Yorkshire lass coming home for Christmas from Australia and i have to say your piccies and blogging keep me going over here i miss lots from there but you fill the gap. THANK YOU !!!!!
Love from Jo a 40 year old stay at home mum who learn't to crochet thanks to you this year xxxxxx

janet glyde

thankyou for making this seem so easy for a beginner. i have so much trouble reading patterns. made this in a flash. also i love your blog. it is so inspiring and colourful.

Little Susie Home Maker

This is just the best tutorial ever! Thank you so much!


Beautiful! I'm new to crochet but this was easy to do (even for a canadian gal, with the British terms). Made one already and even without blocking it looks super nice. Thank you so much for sharing! Co-workers who are working this Christmas Eve will receive one as a gift.

1 down, 48 to go... Should be easy thanks to your tutorial.


love blog . I had made some of crochet snow flakes a long time ago and had lost the pattern . Thanks you so much. going to do a few!


Thank you so much for such a brilliant tutorial - I've made quite a few and they look great! I've also made a few from other patterns which wouldn't have been possible without this one. It might be summer here in New Zealand but my house will be full of snow!


Thank you for this an AMAZING tutorial......well done to say the least! These will be my gifts this year as I taught myself to crochet 8 weeks ago and moving along nicely. .. This enables me to do wonderful gifts


Thanks for this lovely and simple pattern. I'm making Christmas cards and these are perfect! Just made my first one and I love it!

Jacky Wilkie

Such an easy snowflake. Happy christmas.


Are the ones of round 1 dc or sc?
I've tried the dc mentioned but it doesn't come out like this.with ch3 and 2sc it does..
Is it just me?

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