The first month of the Snowflake crochet-along has got off to a flying start. So it’s time to “wrap up” January. Our snowflake choices were as follows:
- My choice: (7) Droxtal, page 47 – this simple design is named after droxtals, tiny ice particles formed from fine water droplets.
- Jen’s choice: (4) Spring Snow, page 45 – spring snow is a wet, granular snow. As its name suggests, it is usually found in spring.
I enjoyed crocheting both of these snowflakes and was pretty pleased with the results. I’ve set a How to make a project tab for your snowflakes. As you can see, I plan to work my way through the book.
You can check out Jen’s snowflakes on her Instagram feed. Here are a few of the lovely snowflakes that have been shared in the iMake Ravelry group SnowflakeCAL thread. Please note that the photos are not mine so do not copy and reuse them, seek permission from the photographers. I have included their Ravelry names:
So it’s been a lovely month. I am looking forward to announcing February’s snowflakes on Saturday! Thanks to everyone who has been involved. It’s not to late to join in the fun…