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I began knitting just over a year ago with my first craftsy class, and I began designing my own patterns earlier this year. I am a doctoral student, a mother of one beautiful two year old girl, a ...

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Let it Snowman

from Pear Tree Knits
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Let it Snowman
Let it Snowman
Let it Snowman

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit in the round, increases, decreases, pick up stiches, i-cord

Pattern Description:

Let it Snowman was my stocking stuffer for all the cousins, nieces, nephews, etc.. this year. Each snowman took me approximately two days to finish, knitting while my daughter napped and I watched television. It was a fun project and I matched the snowman hat and scarves to each kids hat and scarf. After first ten, I began to play with using different kinds of yarns from my scrap pile and the snowmen continued to look adorable. The only think I made sure to stick to in cotton was the i-cord nose and arms so that they would remain stiff. It was a fun project and I hope all the kids love them as much as my daughter who has claimed three of them as hers. Enjoy.


Not really important Just follow pattern, and take time to measure snowman head before starting hat

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • approximately 8 inches tall


  • double pointed needles sizes 3.25mm (US 3) & 8.0mm (US 11) sets of 4
  • poly-fill
  • straight needles size 8.0mm (US 11) (for scarf)
  • 1 skein of sugar and Cream Yarn in "white" (1 skein is axtually almost enough for three snowmen) (120yds/70.9g; 100% cotton)
  • scrap amounts of sugar and cream yarn in "warm brown" and "hot orange" (120 yds/70.9g; 100%cotton)
  • small amount of embroidery floss in black and red for eyes, buttons, and mouth
  • scrap amounts of super bulky yarn in any collor for hat and scarf
  • tapestry needle
  • stitch marker