Snowflake Sugar Cookie Blanket Crochet Pattern: 30 Days of Cozy

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I’m so excited to share today’s free pattern with you. It’s Day 19 of our 30 Days of Cozy and today’s pattern comes from Claire of E’Claire Makery. It’s a Snowflake Sugar Cookie Blanket for you to crochet and snuggle under the tree…and best yet, it’s sugar-free!  Here’s what Claire has to say about it:

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Hi makers! I am so excited to bring you my Snowflake Sugar Cookie Blanket that I made especially for the Crochetprenuer Blog. All of my designs are inspired by my love of food, cooking, and baking, with this design coming from all of my memories of baking sugar cookies growing up. It’s super soft, sweet, and almost looks good enough to eat! I can’t wait to snuggle with this blanket by the fire this holiday season, and I hope you enjoy snuggling with it as well. 

The free pattern, below, includes instructions for the child-size blanket. Want to make a bigger blanket? Check out the downloads section for the premium pattern which includes instructions for an adult size blanket with photo tutorials for the snowflake!

 

 


Close up photo of the Snowflake Sugar Cookie Blanket on a white sheet

Are you ready to make your own?

 

 

PATTERN DOWNLOADS

There are two ways you can access the pattern for this lovely Sugar Cookie Blanket:

  1. Follow along with the free child-size pattern, below.
  2. Purchase the premium PDF including instructions for child and adult size blankets and a photo tutorial for snowflake construction on Etsy or Ravelry.

MATERIALS

  • Hook size: US L 8.00mm
  • Yarn type and yardage:
    • Bernat Blanket Baby (Yarn weight, 6 Super Bulky) in: Overcast (Child: 2 Skeins; Adult: 3 skeins)                         
    • Bernat Blanket (Yarn weight, 6 Super Bulky) in:                                                       Almond (Child: 1 skein; Adult: 1 skein)                 
    • Bernat Soft & Chunky (Yarn Weight, 5 Bulky) in: White (Child: 1 skein; Adult: 1 skein)
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Crochet Row Marker (if you don’t have any, I’ve found that a bobby pin works really well.)

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STITCHES USED

  •             CH:     chain
  •             HDC:  half-double crochet
  •             SLST: slip stitch
  •             MC:    main color
  •             CC:      contrasting color
  •             ST(S): stitch(es)
  •             Magic Circle = A technique used for amigurumi that creates a loop of crochet stitches.

Photo of the crocheted blanket with a snowflake design at the middle

PATTERN DETAILS

  • Skill Level: Intermediate (the pattern might cause frustration for beginning crocheters)
  • US Terminology
  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • US Terminology
  • Gauge: 7 stitches X 5 rows = 4” square
  • Stitch used for gauge: hdc = half double crochet
  • Size(s): Child & Adult (The child size is included in the free pattern here on the Crochetprenuer blog, and the Adult Size is included with the paid pattern in my store.)
  • Measurement(s): Child = 41″ across (Adult size = 54″ across and is available in the E’Claire Makery Shop or 30 Days of Cozy Pattern Bundle)
  • This pattern is worked in continuous rounds with no joining from the top down, with the blanket made in one piece. Snowflake is sewn on after the cookie blanket part is finished.
  • The Snowflake is made in 5 separate pieces that are sewn onto the Cookie after you’re finished crocheting it.
  • Pattern is made using US Crochet Terminology. UK terminology conversion for single crochet is included in Stitches Used Section

Photo of a sleeping woman covered with the Snowflake Sugar Cookie FREE Beginner Crochet Pattern

SNOWFLAKE SUGAR COOKIE CROCHET PATTERN

BLANKET

With J 8.00mm size hook and Bernat Overcast…

Rnd 1: hdc 6 in magic circle (6)

Rnd 2: hdc 2 in each hdc around (12)

Rnd 3: *hdc 1, 2 hdc in next st,* repeat 5 more times (18)

Rnd 4: *hdc 2, 2 hdc in next st,* repeat 5 more times (24)

Rnd 5: *hdc 3, 2 hdc in next st,* repeat 5 more times (30)

Rnd 6: *hdc 4, 2 hdc in next st,* repeat 5 more times (36)

Rnd 7: *hdc 5, 2 hdc in next st,* repeat 5 more times (42)

Rnd 8: *hdc 6, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (48)

Rnd 9: *hdc 7, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (54)

Rnd 10: *hdc 8, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (60)

Rnd11: *hdc 9, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (66)

Rnd 12: *hdc 10, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (72)

Rnd13: *hdc 11, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (78)

Rnd 14: *hdc 12, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (84)

Rnd 15: *hdc 13, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (90)

Rnd16: *hdc 14, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (96)

Rnd 17: *hdc 15, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (102)

Rnd18: *hdc 16, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (108)

Rnd19: *hdc 17, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (114)

Rnd 20: *hdc 18, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (120)

Rnd 21: *hdc 19, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (126)

Rnd 22: *hdc 20, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (132)

Rnd 23: *hdc 21, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (138)

Rnd 24: *hdc 22, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (144)

Rnd 25: *hdc 23, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (150)

Rnd 26: *hdc 24, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (156)

Rnd 27: *hdc 25, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (162)

Rnd28: *hdc 26, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (168)

Rnd 29: *hdc 27, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (174)

Rnd 30: *hdc 28, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (180)

Rnd 31: *hdc 29, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (186)

Switch to Almond color

Rnd 32: *hdc 30, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (192)

Rnd 33: *hdc 31, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (198)

Rnd 34: *hdc 32, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (204)

Rnd 35: *hdc 33, 2 hdc in next st, * repeat 5 more times (210)

Fasten off, weave in ends, and make the snowflake.

SNOWFLAKE 

Short Spokes – make 2:

Ch 71, (starting in second ch from hook Sl st 6, *ch 7, starting in second ch from hook sl st 6, sl st in the 6th sl st on main piece* repeat once)

Repeat this on the side of the chains with the slip knot by slip stitching into the first chain.

Long Spokes – make 3:

Ch 91((starting in second ch from hook sl st 7, *ch 7, starting in second ch from hook sl st 6, sl st in the 7th chain st from original sl st, *repeat once, Sl st 5 on original ch stitches, *ch 5, sl st 4, sl st in 5th sl st you just did on original ch stitches,* repeat once)

Repeat this on the side of the chains with the slip knot by slip stitching into the first chain.

Photo of the crocheted cookie blanket

ASSEMBLY

To attach the snowflake pieces to the blanket, position them how they are in the picture above. Position the long pieces so that their points are lined up with the curves of the blanket. There are six curves, so each side of the long pieces matches up with one curve each. The small pieces go in between the spaces of the larger ones as pictured. Sew pieces on after positioning them. I position one at a time and then sew it on. Weave in ends when finished.

ONCE YOUR PROJECT IS FINISHED

I know you’re going to love making the Snowflake Sugar Cookie Blanket and I so look forward to seeing your finished product.

  • Be sure to share photos on social media using the hashtag #30DaysofCozy and #snowflakesugarcookieblanket so we can all see your project and give you all-the-hearts. 💖💖💖

I can’t wait to see your creations!

Until then, stay cozy and keep on yarning. ♥

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Photo of the guest designer Claire Goodale holding crocheted stuffed toys. She is behind the E’Claire MakeryClaire Goodale

Claire Goodale is the designer and maker behind E’Claire Makery. She has been crocheting since she was 7 years old when her Grandma taught her on her couch one winter evening. As soon as she picked up yarn and a crochet hook, she was completely hooked on all things fiber. This drew her to learn crocheting,  knitting, weaving, cross stitching, embroidery, and the list keeps on growing. She loves creating cute and cuddly things that make people smile, and her goal is to help people have no fear in making so that they can make the handmade items of their dreams. Besides all things fiber, she loves her husband, Stephen,  all things superhero, hiking, getting lost in a good book, her plants, cooking, baking, and anything creative. 

WEBSITE: E’Claire Makery                 INSTAGRAM: @ecliaremakery

 

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