Snowman Amigurumi Ornament

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Snowman Amigurumi Ornament Pattern


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Crocheting: Snowman Amigurumi Ornament
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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • increasing, magic ring, crocheting in the round, decreasing

Pattern Description:

No sharp edges here... and should Mr. Snow fall off the tree he will not break, nor will he melt ;). He is complete with a carrot nose and top hat, corn cob pipe and button nose have been omitted to make him more kid friendly ;).

Finished Mr. Snow will have a loop to hang him onto the tree - no hooks needed! :)

Mr. Snow came to fruition because a friend of mine wanted her little guy (who is just over a year old) to be able to play with the ornaments and not worry about choking hazards. This ornament was made as well as others ( Rudolph, Brown Bear, Polar Bear - see them all here: more patterns to come!) to give some life to their tree and some peace of mind to the parents. Whether you buy Mr. Snow's pattern for yourself or a friend know the end result will be cherished for years to come and will withstand any beatings it may endure (packing and unpacking holiday decor, falling off the tree, ending up in fidos mouth, etc. ;))

***You may sell items made from this pattern. Please credit me as the patterns author. Patterns and images are copyright protected and may not be used to sell your finished items. Thank you!***

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • finished product will be approximately 3 1/2 inches tall, 2 1/4 inches wide


  • set of safety eyes, blue yarn, white yarn, polyfil, tapestry needle, red yarn, orange yarn

About Designer

About Designer

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While growing up I could always draw and articulate images in realism I also appreciated how a single string could hold a world of possibilities. I enjoyed the hours I had to pour over images with pencils, pastels, acrylics and inkwashes... but I also wanted to see some tangilibity of my efforts beyond pictures I drew... I wanted to learn how to make this one string loop and loop into various ...

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