Almost all of these projects were crocheted with fingering weight yarns; several of them were Madeline Tosh yarn.
What’s a “Frosty Flake”? Why, Frostyflakes is a way to crochet groups of harmless-ol’ double crochets in a gently increasing manner to a triangular point; then, gently decrease the frosty flakes to create the other end of a shallow triangular wrap. It’s addictive and it’s flexible because you can use any kind of yarn, any amount of yarn, and end up with something that looks fabulous several ways.
The Frostyflakes Crochet Along has been a warm cheerful spot during this year’s extended winter-into-spring season. (It’s been cold and dim in Florida too.) The great thing about hosting a CAL in a Ravelry forum is that anyone can start eh same project at any time, and be able to refer to the discussion thread as if were taking place today. Discussion threads about projects have a wealth of information and inspiration. Please visit and join Vashti’s Crochet Lounge to see all the lovely projects and meet new friends!