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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

At least when they snowflakes are crocheted out of #10 cotton, it's really easy to brish them off your car... and they don't melt into a solid block of ice! Snowflakes are probably one of my favorite instant gratification projects to crochet - but then there's the little issue of washing, blocking, and stiffening them. That part I don't like so much. So I usually have a big pile of floppy, freshly crocheted flakes laying around. They look pretty nice when I do finally get around to finishing them:

The best way I've seen to store/gift them is something my mom came up with - just slip a colored piece of cardstock into a CD envelope, slide the hanger through a slit in the cardstock, and let the snowflake dangle through the window! Simple and easy, and most importantly - pretty AND cheap!


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