When the winter chill sets in, it means it’s the perfect time to bring out your crochet hooks and yarn. So, I thought, why not focus on crocheting snowflake patterns that blend the timeless charm of granny squares with the beauty of snowflakes.
I found some snowflake square patterns that I’ll share below that are not only beautiful, but they’re also a fun way to add your own festive touch to your holiday decor.
How to Crochet a Snowflake Square
Take a look below at some of the supplies and crochet stitches you’ll need to know before you start crocheting a snowflake pattern.
Materials and Tools
To start your snowflake square project, choose yarns in winter hues like white, blue, or even silver for a sparkly effect.
My Favorite Yarns for Snowflakes
A comfortable crochet hook, scissors, and one of the square patterns below are all you need! Whether you’re a fan of single crochet or ready to experiment with double crochet, the patterns below are for all skill levels of crocheters.
Crochet Snowflake Patterns: A Winter Wonderland of Squares
Whether you’re making a blanket, a garland, or simply adding a festive touch to your home, these snowflake squares are sure to bring a winter charm to your space.
So, pick up your hook, pick a pattern, and let the magic of crochet snowflakes fill your home with warmth and beauty! Take a look below at some of the top crochet snowflake squares you can make for Christmas and the holidays this year!
1. Classic Granny Square Snowflake
This pattern combines the traditional granny square with a snowflake motif at the center. This square is not only simple to make, it looks fantastic when finished and way more complicated than it actually is.
It can even be joined together to create a snowflake square pillow, which is a perfect holiday decor piece for your home. Plus, it’s also great for blankets, coasters and more!
2. Repeat Crafter Me’s Snowflake Square
This square snowflake pattern has a finished size of about 8 inches x 8 inches big and starts with a magic circle. It is great for crocheters who are new to crochet but want to try something a bit more because of the basic crochet stitches used to make it.
You’ll love using this square to make a winter-themed blanket or some fun decorations as well!
3. Expanding Snowflake Square
This winter crochet square comes with a handy video tutorial, perfect for visual learners. The pattern uses a variation of the spike stitch worked in the round, creating a unique and eye-catching snowflake design.
Imagine a blanket or a cushion cover made from these squares, which would bring a cozy winter and holiday feel to your home.
4. Snowflake Drop Square
You can make the square as big as you want by simply adding more rounds. Plus, it has a video tutorial to help with the parts of the square that may seem tricky.
It’s a beautiful festive snowflake square that could easily turn into a lovely seasonal throw with squares joined or made into a set of snow place mats for your holiday table.
Share Your Squares
Once you’ve created your snowflake squares, why not share them with us? Post your creations on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram, especially during November and December. It’s a great way to connect with fellow crocheters and spread some festive cheer.