Snowy Garland

Snowy Garland

Crochet a garland of white snowflakes to adorn your Christmas tree or hang from a doorway this holiday season. This Christmas crochet pattern is for intermediate level but works up quickly.


Crochet Snowy Garland


Materials:

  • Yarn: RED HEART® “Super Saver®”: 1 Skein 311 White will make 4 to 5 garlands.
  • Crochet Hook: 3.75mm [US F-5].
  • Split lock stitch marker
  • yarn needle

Finished Size: 48” long x 3¼” wide.

Gauge: Snowflake measures 3 ¼” across with smaller hook. 16 sts = 4”; 16 rnds = 4” in sc with larger hook.

Instructions:

First Snowflake: Ch 5; join with a slip st to form a ring.
Rnd 1: Ch 1, [2 sc in ring, ch 3] 6 times; join with a slip st in first sc – 6 ch-3 loops.
Rnd 2: Slip st in next sc, ch 1, [(2 sc, ch 3, 2 sc) all in ch-3 loop] 6 times; join.
Rnd 3: Slip st in next sc, ch 1, [(sc, ch 3, sc, ch 5, sc, ch 3, sc) all in ch-3 loop, ch 2] 6 times; join. Fasten off.

2nd Snowflake: Work same as First Snowflake through Rnd 2.
Joining Rnd 3: Slip st in next sc, ch 1, (sc, ch 3, sc, ch 2) all in next ch-3 loop, with wrong sides together, slip st in any ch-5 loop of First Snowflake, (ch 2, sc, ch 3, sc) all in same ch-3 loop, ch 2, [(sc, ch 3, sc, ch 5, sc, ch 3, sc) all in next ch-3 loop, ch 2] 5 times; join. Fasten off. Mark 3rd ch-5 loop from joining.

3rd-15th Snowflakes: Work same as First Snowflake through Rnd 2.
Joining Rnd 3: Slip st in next sc, ch 1, (sc, ch 3, sc, ch 2) all in next ch-3 loop, with wrong sides together, slip st in the marked ch-5 loop of last snowflake made, (ch 2, sc, ch 3, sc) all in same ch-3 loop, ch 2, [(sc, ch 3, sc, ch 5, sc, ch 3, sc) all in next ch-3 loop, ch 2] 5 times; join. Fasten off. Mark 3rd ch-5 loop from joining.

FINISHING: Weave in ends.

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This do not have to be sewn together to make a garland but could be left in singles for individual snowflakes to hang as ornaments as well. If you are industrious enough, why not make both?

This is the perfect binge tv watching crochet project. Now that the weather is getting cooler I need a mindless activity to work on while I binge watch my favorite shows. At the end, I will have a beautiful garland to hang during Christmas.

I just love crocheting all kinds of garland, and these little strings of snowflakes are just what I need for my winter decor! These would be adorable strung along my kitchen and dining room windows, along top of my bookcases, and strung over picture frames. I wish I had white yarn to start on these right now. Adding this to my project list!

I am still a bit of a beginner and I have been trying to teach myself how to crochet. I have never done a garland or snowflakes before so I am a little confused about the beginning. After the first ch 5; join with a slip st to form a ring, Rnd 1 starts with a ch 1. Is it off of that ring made from the previous ch 5? So then can someone explain where the [2 sc in ring, ch 3] is worked in at? Is it worked in the first two stitches in the round made by the original ch 5? I am sorry, I am just a little confused. Maybe someone can explain it to me or point me to a good tutorial or something? Thanks! :P

After you have joined the circle, you do the first stitch of Rnd 1 through the circle. Use your hook to draw up the thread through the circle, cast the loops on your hook over the top of the circle, then pull the thread through the loop or loops for the first stitch. Does that make sense to you? Look at the pics carefully, you'll see what I mean. Try tutorials for granny squares, almost all of them start the same way. Hope that helps.

this looks like a fun & easy summer project to be done during the hot summer weather! My so will enjoy these snowflakes hanging on his chriistnas tree. I'll be doing mine in the colors that he likes the most which are not the colors of a real snowflake but as long as he enjoys them I'll be happy to see him happy. So everyone out there enjoy this little project & you can call this a labor of love!

ReBuacksMommy when the instructions say "6 ch-3 loops" that means that the first round (or and other round) will have a total of 6 loops made with 3 chain stitches . For Ladyarcherus I've started this pattern only with a much smaller hook and bedspread cotton. The first couple of snowflakes were a bit confusing, but as I finished more and worked on the next, it gets easier. If the yarn and hook are not what the directions call for and you're still having problem. try a larger hook, maybe add an extra chain or 2 when you begin. It's really just a matter of practicing with each new snowflake. Before long, you could be doing them in your sleep. Good Luck

for BuacksMommy,"6 ch-3 loops" means that on the first round you have a total of 6 loops that are made of a chain 3 stitches . for Ladyarcherus, just keep trying, eventually, you will get the hang of it. If the yarn and the needle suggested in the instructions don't really work for you, then try a larger needle. I'm making my garland with bedspread cotton and a steel hook..as I make the next snowflake, it's easier than the last one. It just takes practice. Good Luck

I'm a beginner as well. To the point that I actually completed a scarf for me and one for my little boy... thats it. I haven't started this project yet, maybe I will understand it better once I do. But as of right now I do not know what 6 ch- 3 loops on the first round means. Obviously chain 6... past that just looking at it I am lost. Any comments?

ok i'm trying to get this but i'm still a beginner, any one mastered this one yet?

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