Snowman Snowballs

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Snowman Snowballs Pattern


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Embroidery: Snowman Snowballs
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Snowman Snowballs Snowman Snowball Fight Set

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Machine Embroidery

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knowledge of you embroidery machine and software and basic sewing skills

Pattern Description:

*As seen Vol 83 Nov/Dec Issue of Designs in Machine Embroidery Magazine*

Is it too cold to go outside? Are the kids bored?
Let them have an indoor snowball fight with our softie Snowman Snowballs!

The snowballs are easy to make with our included pattern.
They're made from fleece so they're soft and safe.

The faces are machine embroidered and require an embroidery machine to use the included files.

The snowballs are stitched together using a sewing machine.

A bucket is used to store the snowballs and you can use it for a snowball toss game too.

Add the included tag and cute vinyl snowman cutout and you have a great gift or craft show item.

3 different snowman faces are included.
Finished, the snowballs measure about 4" high depending on how firm you stuff them.

The snowballs (actual spheres) are stitched together using a sewing machine.
The tag is made 'in the hoop'.

Basic instructions are included for cutting the optional snowman face freehand for the bucket from vinyl.
It's super simple.

The 3 snowman faces - 2 are included mirror imaged - fit well within the 4x4 hoop

Tag design ~ 4.87" x 3.67"
ART, HUS, JEF, PES formats included

PDF instructions

There are no refunds, returns or exchanges on these digital files.

(c)Embroidery Garden - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


  • fleece, embroidery thread, stuffing, embroidery machine, sewing machine

About Designer

About Designer

EmbGarden on

I think I've been crafting from the moment I was born :)
I love working with fabric, felt, yarn ~ just about any medium.

I started creating and selling my original machine embroidery designs back in 2000.

I've been published in Designs in Machine Embroidery several times.

If you looking for something 'new, fun & creative in machine embroidery' visit my web site Embroidery Garden ...

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