Leaves are flying around outside like the winds of a tornado and the temperature dropped over twenty degrees just within a day. My teeth are chattering as I anxiously anticipate the winter season to arrive. No, I don’t like the cold weather, but I do enjoy the snow that comes with it. Only when it snows do I actually appreciate the cold weather. When I say “let it snow” in my head I’m not actually hoping it’ll start snowing, but I do imagine how pretty it will be when it does. To prepare for the beautiful scenery that awaits I have adorable crochet patterns that are meant for the winter season. Let’s stitch a flurry, or two or three. These cold-weathered patterns are well worth the chattering teeth, except you get to enjoy them from indoors.
Let it Snow! Stitch a Flurry or Two
These little waddly friends can make your winter a fun one. Traditionally in my mother’s home were snowmen each winter, but penguins are a great symbol as well. Go black and white with your winter decor this year and make your home more cheerful with these penguin pals.
Bring snowmaggedon inside your home without the mess of having to shovel the driveway. These beautiful crochet snowflake patterns will brighten up any home. The dainty, delicate designs will stun all who come over.
- Lacy Snowflake Pattern
- 3D Wild Rose Snowflake
- Beautiful Snowflake Pattern
- Irish Snowflake
- Pretty Snowflake Coaster
- Sparkle Snowflake Applique
- Holiday Snowflake Scarf
- Winter Snowflake Garland
- Snowflake Pot Holder
“Hi, I’m Olaf and I like warm hugs.” Snowmen are the greatest symbol that winter is upon us. Crocheting cute snowman decor this winter is a must. What’s great about the following crochet designs is that they can be given as gifts.
- Olaf the Snowman
- Snowman Candy Holder
- Snowman Family Trio
- Easy Crochet Snowman Applique
- Crochet Snowman Motif
Winter Buddy Crochet Hats
Make any winter enjoyable with these fun crochet hats. Adding silly faces to these hats can really change the look. Any child, or even adult would love to wear a hat like this during those cold winter months. Adding the braids on the side add all the more character.
What type of snowy item have you crocheted before?