Now that Halloween is over and done with I’ve started thinking about my next big favorite occasion… Christmas! The only pattern that I designed specifically for Christmas last year was Beau and Belle. Here they are, daydreaming about the joys of Christmas morning already.
This year I plan to do a whole collection of Christmas themed amigurumis.
So here is my first pattern – Frosty, Freezy and Fred. They each have their own matching sets of stylish winter woollies. I thought they might help herald in an early flutter of snow. We don’t get much of the white stuff here in Worcester so I always get ridiculously excited about it when it does happen!
But even if it rarely, or never, snows where you live there’s no need to miss out on all the fun, you can still make your very own set of smiley snowmen with a hook and a few oddments of yarn. No frostbite to worry about and no chance of them melting into a depressing sludgy puddle either! At just over 7″ tall a whole bunch of these little fellas can be made in double quick time. I plan to do a few more yet so I can experiment with some different color combinations. I hope you like them.
December 30, 2013 at 4:08 pm
Hi! I love these cute snowmen – is there a pattern for them? I don’t see any link to one. I understand if this one is not free, but would you have one for sale? I’d love to make them! Thanks! 🙂
December 30, 2013 at 6:51 pm
Hi Laura, Thanks, I’m glad you like the snowmen. There is a free pattern for a small snowman on my free patterns page here: http://mojimojidesign.com/teeny-tiny-snowmen/ The Frosty, Freezy and Fred Snowmen pattern can be purchased from my Etsy,Ravelry and Craftsy shops. The links are all in the sidebar of my blog. Just click on one and you will be able to purchase, or click directly on the photo of the three snowmen to go directly to my Etsy shop. Hope that helps!
September 14, 2016 at 2:50 pm
Oh so cute!