Crochet a Snowflake from Recycled Pop Tabs

comments (3) December 22nd, 2008     

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Make a delicate snowflake starting with the pop tabs from your soda cans!

Make a delicate snowflake starting with the pop tabs from your soda cans!

Photo: Alison Grenier

Crocheter Alison Grenier of Pepperberry Crochet shares this free PDF tutorial (click in the link to her blog in order to downlad the pdf), which shows you how to transform trash to treasure. You'll need five pop tabs for each snowflake you want to make, along with some crochet thread and the usual crochet supplies (hook, yarn needle, etc). Grenier shows you each round step by step, making it easy for you to replicate her pretty design just in time for the holidays.

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Comments (3)

daisy05duck writes: the link posted doesn't come up. let it idle for over 1/2 hr and nothing came up. really a neat idea for my troop. please help find link. thanks.
Posted: 11:43 am on November 23rd
marydelena writes: Snowflake or flower this is great....it would be a perfect gift for my childrens teacher....I cant find the pattern. Could you help =)....
Posted: 8:57 am on October 9th
snoflake writes: This is not a snowflake. Snowflakes all have 6 points. This is a flower.
Posted: 9:55 am on February 16th
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