Christmas time is a great time to make snowmen because they are so festive and fun! You will enjoy enjoying this little snowman ornament every year for years to come as a wonderful addition to your ornament collection.
Even though this ornament is a snowman, he somehow just looks very, very cozy with his scarf wrapped up on his face!
Additionally, this snowman ornament is handmade and makes a great last-minute Christmas gift for anyone who loves the holiday season. It’s perfect for hanging on the tree or for giving as a gift. The ornament will last for many years, and it is sure to bring joy and laughter for years to come.
It is so easy to crochet this beautiful snowman ornament crochet pattern that you will not only be able to complete it in a short amount of time but it will also look great once it has been hung up. This pattern is easy to follow and does not require a lot of materials. It is a great project for beginners and experienced crocheters alike. The resulting ornament is sure to bring a festive touch to your holiday decorations.
All you need for this quick crochet project is the following:
- Worsted-weight yarn in white, black, red, and orange
- Black crochet thread or embroidery thread
- Two 9mm safety eyes
- A small amount of stuffing
- Tapestry needle
The stitches and skills you will need to create this ornament include the following:
- Ch – Chain
- Slst – Slip stitch
- MR – Magic Ring
- Sc – Single Crochet
- Inc – Increase. Work a regular sc increase
- Inc twice – Work a regular sc increase in each of the next 2 sts
- Dec – Decrease. Work a regular sc decrease
- Dec twice – Work a regular sc decrease two times over the next 4 sts.
- Sc3tog – Single crochet three stitches together
- Hdc – Half double crochet
- Dc – Double crochet
- FLO – Front loops only
The pattern for the head of the snowman is very simple. It is basically made up of two circles that are crocheted flat and then sewn together around the edges. Stuffing is added after the edges are sewn, which gives the snowman its unique 2D appearance!
Image and Pattern Source: spinayarncrochet.com