I wish you could see the sparkly silver thread in the white yarn. These will make pretty tree ornaments. The patterns are from the book 100 Snowflakes to Crochet by Caitlin Sainio. The snowflakes in the book were made with crochet thread, but I'm using #4 weight yarn and an H crochet hook -- my snowflakes come out about twice the size of those in the book but still only 4-5" in diameter. Half my snowflakes are made with the white holiday yarn, while the others are made from a variegated pastel baby yarn. We're supposed to have another week of this icy cold weather, so maybe I'll get enough snowflakes done to decorate with and give as gifts. But I'd rather be in my studio sewing.
In case you're wondering why I'm not hand quilting something, I have a 20-pound dog who thinks my lap belongs to him. I can crochet above him, but any craft involving sharp needles is out of the question during the winter unless I'm sitting at a table. During the warmer months, he's too busy playing outside to care about my lap.