This is the December Motif by Frivole. She has many excellent snowflake patterns, some for sale and some for free. This is probably the simplest one. Sorry it's such a poor scan.
I needed to make a lot of snowflakes for gifts, so I looked for strategies to make the work go quickly.
First, I chose a pattern pretty enough to be interesting, but simple enough it wouldn't take too long.
Next, I used a bead spinner to add a lot of beads to my ball of thread. For each individual snowflake, I only had to count out the number of beads I needed and wind the shuttles, pushing the extra beads further up on the ball. I measured the amount of thread on each shuttle for the first snowflake, and then knew just how much to wind on for each of the rest.
And then to make the working feel like it was going by quickly, I used my new favorite activity, reading while tatting. Well, not exactly reading, but listening to audiobooks. It's a lovely way to do 2 things at once. Don't audiobooks cost a lot, you may ask? Not necessarily! I discovered that I can borrow them with free downloads from the library without even leaving home. I use the North Carolina Digital Library. Check with your local public library to see if you can get them too.