How to tie a snowflake with a crochet for the New Year's decor of the interior? A crochet lesson on the openwork snowflake with detailed recommendations and step-by-step photos

How to tie a snowflake with a crochet for the New Year's decor of the interior? A crochet lesson on the openwork snowflake with detailed recommendations and step-by-step photos

Soon the streets will begin to sell trees, and will smellneedles in the apartment. We will dress up the New Year's beauty. Of course, now the choice of Christmas-tree toys is huge. But you can create your own original toy or decoration. In this master class we will tie a small snowflake, which you can decorate the Christmas tree or put on the table as a decorative napkin.

Materials and tools

  • Yarn of blue or white color;
  • Hook.

Stages of work

So, let's start knitting a snowflake from a sliding loop. Next, we will connect 8 air loops and we will fasten 1 column without the crochet inside the ring. We will repeat all this five more times. That is, we need to bind only six identical elements, which will form the rays of the future snowflake. Slip a loop we pull. Photo to a lesson on crocheting snowflakes and napkins. Photo №1 Now under the air chain we will connect twoconnecting loops. And then we will connect two air loops and two bars with a crochet we will tie under the air chain. We will connect 3 air loops and under the same air chain we will bind 3 columns with a crochet. Photo to a lesson on crocheting snowflakes and napkins. Photo # 2 And so we need to tie all the elements of the previous ryadochka. Next, connect the first and last stitches of the row with a connecting post. Photo to a lesson on crocheting snowflakes and napkins. Picture №3 At the beginning of the series, we will fasten 3 half-columns and so weWe will be under the arch of the air loops, which we did in the previous series. Now we will connect two air loops (replace 1 column with a crochet) and in arch 1 a column with a crochet. We will connect 3 air loops and in the same arch 2 columns with a crochet. We will connect five air loops and two columns with a crochet. Tie again 3 air loops and 2 columns with a crochet. We knit all the posts under one arch. Photo to a lesson on crocheting snowflakes and napkins. Photo №4 Then we just tie the remaining arches of the previous row. At the end of the series we connect the first and last stitches of the row with a connecting post. Photo to a lesson on crocheting snowflakes and napkins. Photo №5 Now let's put the final row. Under the air chain we will fasten six columns without a crochet. Photo to a lesson on crocheting snowflakes and napkins. Photo №6 Under the second arch of the air loops, we connect two columns without a crochet, two air loops and one column with one over. Again, we will fasten two air loops and then connect the column without the crochet. Photo to a lesson on crocheting snowflakes and napkins. Photo №7 Further we will connect 3 air loops and a column with twocapers. We will connect 3 air loops and a column without the crochet. We connect two air loops and a column with one overtone. Again, we connect two air loops and two bars without a crochet. Photo to a lesson on crocheting snowflakes and napkins. Photo №8 The next (small) arch will be fastened with six columns without a crochet. We pass to the second ray and knit it in the same way as the first. Photo to a lesson on crocheting snowflakes and napkins. Photo Number 9 Everything, our snowflake is ready! You can hang it on the tree. Photo to a lesson on crocheting snowflakes and napkins. Picture №10

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