Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
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Crochet Candle Centerpiece
Crochet Candle Centerpiece

Snowflake Candle Holder Centerpiece

This Snowflake Candle Holder Centerpiece Pattern is my very first design. I was looking for something holiday related and I couldn’t find exactly what I had in mind. I put my hook into the wind with my pad of paper by my side and made up on my own version.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Candle Centerpiece

Please enjoy my new pattern as I am giving it out for free.

by Jeanne Steinhilber

  • Bernat Handicrafter “Holiday” in White Sparkle
  • Hook size 5.0mm H
  • Stitch marker
  • Candleholder with a 2.5″ base.  I picked up my candle at my local drug store.

Never leave any candles unattended in your home. Using a glass candle will protect your centerpiece and keep the flame away from the yarn. 

Free Pattern

Round 1 – Start with Magic Ring and 5 SC into ring.  Pull tight and SL ST to first SC.

Round 1 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Round 1 – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

 

Round 2 – Ch 1 and do 2 SC into each SC around, SL ST to first SC.  (10 SC total).

Round 2 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Round 2 – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

 

Round 3 – Ch 1 and do 2 SC into each SC around, SL ST to first SC.  (20 SC total).

Round 3 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Round 3 – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

 

Round 4 – Ch 1 and do *1 SC into SC, 2 SC in the next SC.  Continue from * and do not join at end.  (30 SC total).  I like to mark the last stitch at this point.

Round 4 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Round 4 – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

 

Round 5 – Work 1 HDC into the back loops only (BLO) of each SC of the previous round.  Do not join at end.  (30 HDC total).  Move stitch marker.

Round 5 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Round 5 – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

 

Round 6 – Work 1 HDC into both loops of each HDC of previous round.  Join with SL ST to beginning stitch and finish off.  (30 HDC total).

Round 6 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Round 6 – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

 

Your piece is now cup shaped.  Turn the piece over and the next round will be worked into the front loops of round 4.

Round 7 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Round 7 – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

 

Round 7 – Attach yarn to any free front loop from round 4 with a SC and SC into each loop around, SL ST to first SC.  (30 SC total).

Round 7 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Round 7 – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

 

Round 8 – Ch 1 and SC in first stitch and then the next stitch.  *Ch 7, skip 3 SC, SC in next 2 SC.  Repeat from *.  Join with SL ST to first SC.  (6 chain loops and 12 SC)

Round 8 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Round 8 – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

 

Round 9 – Ch 2, DC in next SC.  *2 DC, CH 3, 2 DC all in CH 7 loop, DC2TOG in next 2 SC.  Repeat  from * to end.  SL ST to top of first DC of round (skipping over beginning CH 2).

Round 9 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Round 9 – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

 

Round 10 – CH 1 and SC in beginning stitch.  *CH 3, skip the next 2 DC’s and into the CH 3 loop, HDC, DC, TC, CH 5, SL ST to 3rd CH, CH 2, TC, DC, HDC, skip the next 2 DC’s CH 3, SC into the next stitch.  Repeat from *.  SL ST to beginning SC and finish off.

Round 10 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern   Round 10 - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

Blocking will give it a better finished look.

Blocking - Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern
Blocking – Crochet Snowflake Centerpiece Pattern

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Be creative! 🙂 – Jeanne – The Crochet Crowd

11 thoughts on “Snowflake Candleholder Centerpiece

  1. Just trying out your snowflake candle holder. Could you explain round 9. It says 2DCTOG . Does it mean double chain 2together or 2 double chain together. Not quite sure.

  2. I am making this pattern but will have to redo as my 4th row did not end along same line of row 4. At any rate, what does “Blocking” mean?

    Thank you so much for this lovely pattern 🙂

  3. Jeanne made 2 adorable dresses for her granddaughters (they were playing in the leaves). Could you ask her to reveal the pattern? Many ladies are requesting it. Thanks so much for making us happy hookers happy!

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