More Snowflakes in a Hurry

A couple of weeks ago I gave you a recipe for a snowflake in a hurry. Really, you can be done in while you take just a couple sips of latte.

These snowflakes can be done pretty darn fast. Probably in a half a latte's time.

All of these snowflakes are based on motifs from the Winter 2011 issue of Interweave Crochet. If you're a subscriber, you probably already have this. If you're waiting for it to hit the newsstand, this will have to be a January project (the issue goes to newsstand Dec. 30.) You can order a print copy (they're available in the Interweave store now). Or you can download a digital version right this very minute. Then you can spend January making one of the fabulous projects (I'll be making the Aslan Shrug next week!)

 

Snowflake 1

Pattern: Amaryllis Tunic by Robyn Chachula, first four rounds.

Thread: Aunt Lydia's Metallic Crochet Thread size 10 in white/pearl

 

Snowflake 2

Pattern: Amaryllis Tunic by Robyn Chachula, first four rounds.

Thread:  Universal Nazli Gelin Garden Metallic size 10 color 702-22

Snowflake 3

Pattern: Abelia Jacket by Judith L. Swartz, first three rounds, then: * sc in ch-5 sp, ch 2, ch-3 picot, ch 2, rep from * to end, sl st in first sc. Fasten off.

Thread: Aunt Lydia's Fashion Crochet Five, size 5, silver/silver

 

Snowflake 4

Pattern: Abelia Jacket by Judith L. Swartz, first three rounds, then: *(sc in ch-5 sp, ch 2, ch-3 picot, ch 2) two times, ch 5, ch-3 picot, ch 5, rep from * three times, sl st in first sc. Fasten off.

Thread: Aunt Lydia's Fashion Crochet size 3, purple

These little snowflakes were very eager to have their pictures taken and didn't want to stop to primp. But I'll give them a little smoothing out with a blast of steam before they get attached to presents.

Do you have quick crochet gifts to share? Do tell.

Also, if  you need to make a bigger present in a hurry, check out our Simple Crochet Patterns.

Happy holiday crocheting!

Marcy

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