Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Six Point Snowflake Ring Ornament

Six Point Snowflake Ring Ornament is the 6th in my "Ringing In Christmas" ornament series.  Each ornament is made by crocheting around a 2" plastic ring. 

A few have left comments saying they are having a hard time finding these 2" plastic rings.  I usually get mine at Joann's or Hobby Lobby, and they are usually in the same area as the crochet hooks and knitting needles, although I have also found them in the sewing dept.  They are also called "cabone rings". 

And Cathy left this helpful comment:  "Instead of buying 2" rings, I use drapery rings. They already have a hole on them in which to add an ornament hook, ribbon or other type of hanger. Plus, if you go to the thrift store, they are really cheap! I just purchased a bag of 25 for a quarter!"

And thank you for all the nice comments, I love hearing from you!  Many of the comments are coming thru as a "no reply-comment", which means I can't reply to you.  So even if I haven't been able to reply, please know I appreciate your comments very much.  But if you have a question or comment that you would like a response to, please make sure to change your user profile to show your email address, or include an email address in your comment.  :)

Stitches Used/Abbreviations:
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
st = stitch
sk = skip
beg = beginning
mp = make picot (see instructions below)
mst = make snowflake tip (see instructions below)

Pattern Notes:
Make Picot (mp) = ch 2, sl st in 2nd ch from hook
Make Snowflake Tip (mst) = ch 3, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and sl st in next ch st.

Caron Simply Soft Worsted Yarn:
  - White
2" Plastic Ring
Size G (4.25mm) Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle

Six Pointed Snowflake Ring Ornament:
Round 1) With white, join with a sl st around 2” plastic ring, ch 1, 36 sc around ring, join with a sl st to beg sc. Do not turn. (36 sc)

Round 2) Ch 1, sc in same st, sc in next st, *ch 5, sk next 3 sts, sc in next 3 sts*, repeat from * to * 4 more times, ch 5, sk next 3 sts, sc in last st. Join with a sl st to beg sc. Do not turn. (18 sc, 6 ch-5 loops)

Round 3) Ch 1, (sc, mp, sc) in same st as the beg ch 1, sk next sc st, and in 1st ch-5 loop work (sc, hdc, dc, mst, dc, hdc, sc), *sk next sc st, (sc, mp, sc) in next sc st, sk next sc st, and in next ch-5 loop work (sc, hdc, dc, mst, dc, hdc, sc)*, repeat from * to * around, sk last st, join with a sl st to beg sc. End off, weave in ends.

Ringing In Christmas Ornament Series:
Week 1: Lacy Snowflake Ring Ornament
Week 2: Peppermint Candy Ring Ornament
Week 3: Christmas Wreath Ring Ornament
Week 4: Snowman Ring Ornament
Week 5: Rudolph The Red Nose Ring Ornament


Beansieleigh said...

So CUTE!.. Thanks for sharing the pattern Doni! ~tina

Thimbleanna said...

Another cute ornament Doni. What a fun set these are -- thanks for sharing them all!

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I have some of these rings because I made Dorset buttons last year. I posted the other day about several different snowflake patterns I had tried out. Now I will be adding this to my list of things to do. Wish it wasn't bedtime now. :) Best wishes, Tammy

Annette said...

To Cute again!!!
You are making such beautifull Christmas Ornaments!!! love them all...
Is it done or is more coming???
Love to try them one time... but for now to busy maybe next year... but i do love them!!!

moovet said...

Thanks for another great pattern! I keep wondering what you are going to come up with and every week the designs just get better-which is pretty amazing since the first one was awesome. Thanks again and Merry Christmas!

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dalbax2 said...

LOVE these. Now to find some 2" rings locally as we have no big craft stores nearby. How about an angel?

Christy said...

I love all your patterns! The snowflake is really pretty and looks easy - gotta try it! :-)

Christy said...

I love all your patterns! The snowflake is really pretty and looks easy - gotta try it! :-)

Barbara said...

I really adore your Christmas ring ornaments, they're all so beautiful!! Thanks for sharing! Maybe you'd like to link them up at my Christmas crochet link party? The party is on all through December, I'd love to see you there :)

Have a great week-end!



Sweet Linda said...

Doni ~~
Just today came across your "Ring in Christmas" ornament series !!! So glad I did ~~ they are all lovely ~ easy to make/give. Am looking forward to the remainder of them. Thank you for sharing your patterns and ideas.

RaggedyKisses said...

Thank you for all the cute patterns. I have many a reindeer already. I added a pin backing to them and they make adorable coat pins! My co-workers are nuts over them!! Thanks again, I am in love with these little critters! Anne

sammieo said...

i too have a hard time in finding the plastic rings so i am using the plastic rings off the gallon containers of milk. there a little under 2 inches . they have a flex to them,an they work really nice

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Amanda said...

I really like these snowflakes but was wondering would they work with wooden curtain rings ?

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I really like these snowflakes but was wondering would they work with wooden curtain rings ?

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