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Snowman Sweat Shirt Pattern »
InstructionsI saw this pictured somewhere online, but could find no pattern when I searched for it; so I made my own pattern on heavy cardstock. The link to my free PDF pattern and instructions are included. One size fits all!
Type of item: Clothing
Style: Whimsical, Cute, Holiday
White T-Shirt or Sweatshirt Dark Blue Fabric Swatch (4" x 4") Orange Fabric Swatch (2" x 6") Black Fabric Swatch (3" x 6") White Embroidery Floss (12" x 6 strand) Large-Eye Embroidery or Sewing Needle Heat & Bond (heavy duty) Scissors Pencil Iron and Ironing Board Optional: Machine applique coordinating thread
What was your inspiration?
Online inspiration; I googled holiday craft photos and the snowman shirt photo came up; although I could find no pattern offered for this project.
What are you most proud of?
I made twenty-one sets of Christmas Eve PJ's for all of our children and grandchildren this year. Also made matching knitted slippers (but that's a separate project to add to craftsy)!
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Make sure to wash the white shirts before applying the fusible cut-outs. This will ensure they hold properly. Machine embroidery around the edges is optional, but highly recommended.
Also, The PDF pattern looks much bigger on my computer. When printing the PDF pattern, the eyes should be about 1 3/4" across; and the nose should be about 5 1/2" long. You may need to adjust your printer settings.