I love experimenting with textiles of all kinds. I am currently totally loopy for amigurumi. I hope you like my collection of patterns. I am working on adding more as often as I can. I have more wool ...
I love experimenting with textiles of all kinds. I am currently totally loopy for amigurumi. I hope you like my collection of patterns. I am working on adding more as often as I can. I have more wool in my stash than I could ever possibly use, but I still I intend to buy more! (Lots more!!)View all patterns by designer (64) »
Frosty, Freezy and Fred.
Amigurumi Crochet Pattern.
Three little holiday snowmen for you to make. You won't even need to wait for the snow and there'll be no chance of getting frostbite while making them either!
Frosty wears a pointy bobble hat and matching scarf while Freezy wears a body warmer and matching stocking hat. Last of all is Fred, who feels the cold the most, sporting a rather snazzy long sleeved sweater and matching beanie. (All hand crocheted by their moms, of course, because even snowmoms worry about their little ones catching a chill if they stay out playing for too long).
Pattern includes detailed instructions and clear photographs to help you create these cute snowmen and all their woolly accessories.
Each snowman measures approx. 7" (18 cm) tall when made with light worsted weight (DK/8 ply) yarn and a size D (3.25mm) Hook.
Just vary the hook size and yarn weight to create different size dolls.
This pattern is written in American crochet terminology and includes a handy stitch conversion chart so you can translate to British crochet terms instead should you wish to.