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This is the first of many snowman I will be making for my relatives. I wish the colors showed up better in this picture. The yarn is burgundy/hunter green. Real pretty in person.

 

My apologies to those who have clicked on my picture links and they did not work. I have added a new pic.

 


 

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Cute snowman! Love the hat!

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Very cute and a great gift idea - snowman, cocoa, mug, etc. Thanks for sharing.

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You did a great job!:)

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Very cute Pam! :U

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what a nice idea for a gift - you did a great job :cheer

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Very cute! Your choice of yarn for the hat/scarf completes the look.

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Awww - he turned out adorable! My sister loves snowmen and has been after me to crochet her some....one of these days!

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Thank is adorable!:cheer

 

Thanks for the christmas pattern link!:hook

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Really cute! Think i'll make one for MIL. Thanks for sharing link.:sman

 

Marlene

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Adorable :sman....thanks for the link....and one more project added to my list of "someday"s!

 

~Kelle

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Thanks for sharing....I just printed the pattern!

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This is the first of many snowman I will be making for my relatives. I got the pattern from Priscilla Hewitt's Snowman Cocoa Mix Jar. I just LOVE her patterns and she has lots more Christmas patterns here. I wish the colors showed up better in this picture. The yarn is burgundy/hunter green. Real pretty in person. :2snowman :2snowman :2snowman :2snowman :2snowman :2snowman :2snowman :2snowman :2snowman :2snowman

I'm making this pattern and I need to know what kind of elastic is used and what size of a piece is needed. thanks Barb

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that is so cute. I went to the web site and now I want to do more of her stuff . There is some beautiful work on there and on this site . Everyday I get on line and I am so overwhelmed with all the work that you members do and how beautiful it looks.

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Barb,

 

I got a package of "goody" "ouchless" ponytail holders from Wal-mart. They were the standard size - 1 1/2" to 2" unstretched.

 

I used "Lion Brand Wool Ease" yarn for the body and it was too big for the jar, so I changed to an f hook. Also, when I made the hat, it turned out way too big, so I frogged it and instead of going up to 20 sc for the last few rows, I stopped at 18. Your tension and type of yarn are probably different than mine, but just thought I'd share. :)

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That is so adorable!!!:manyheart Thanks for sharing!

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