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A while back I was approached by Red Heart to make a throw with snowflake squares. Well, I thought that could ¬†be fun, and it turns out I wasn’t the only one. The Snowflake Throw is the January Featured Throw, and it is quite popular!

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Isn’t that nifty? To add to the niftyness, guess who the Featured Designer is this month?

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Neat!

So, back to the point…

Last week Red Heart had another request for me: could I make some videos to help out those making the Snowflake Throw? Let’s be honest, there is a reason for the intermediate rating on the pattern. However, if you just take it one row at a time, I do believe most crocheters can create this fun throw!

So, to help you all out, here are a videos for both of the squares used in the Snowflake Throw pattern. You can find the pattern itself here. Enjoy, and stay warm!

Snowflake Throw

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  1. Lexi
    January 28, 2015 at 10:21 pm (2 years ago)

    Wow! Thanks for posting these! I have been working on this for a couple weeks now (saw it on the RH blog) and I am finally to the popcorn edging. It is a great pattern, even with all the darn SCs that I had to recount a grazbillion times. Lol. Seriously, I am loving this! I didn’t think I would be able to do this, I had never worked with two strands at once, but I felt pretty confident with your directions. Thank you!!!

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