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Littlest Ever Snowman!

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This little guy only takes a few minutes to finish, but he's cute as can be. Sorry there's no picture, I am blind. He is 3-d and will look cute hanging from a tree.

 

LITTLE SNOWMAN

 

Size: About 2-1/2 inches tall.

 

Materials: Worsted weight yarn, small amount white and desired

color for hat and scarf; G crochet hook; fiberfill; yarn needle.

 

Starting at bottom with white, ch 2.

 

Rnd 1: 6 Sc in 2nd ch from hook. Do not join, mark beg of rnds.

 

Rnd 2: 2 Sc in each sc around: 12.

 

Rnd 3: * Sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc; rep from * around: 18.

 

Rnds 4-6: Sc in each sc around.

 

Rnd 7: * Sc next 2 sc together; rep from * around: 9.

 

Rnd 8: Sc in each sc around.

 

Rnd 9: * Sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc; rep from * around: 14.

 

Rnds 10 & 11: Sc in each sc around.

 

Rnd 12: * Sc in next sc, sc next 2 sc together; rep from * around:

9. Fasten off white and sew in ends.

 

Hat:

 

Rnd 1: (brim) Working in front lps only of Rnd 12, join hat color

and work 2 sc in each sc around, join with sl st in first sc, sl st

in back lp of rem lp of same rnd: 18.

 

Rnd 2: (hat top) Working in rem back lps only of Rnd 12, sc in each

sc around.

 

Rnd 3: Sc in each sc around. Stuff body and hat.

 

Rnd 4: Working in back lps only, * sc next 2 sc together; rep from

* around, join with sl st in next st. Fasten off leaving a long end

for sewing. Working through front lps only, sew top of hat closed.

 

Scarf: With desired color, ch 30 or so. Fasten off. From same color

or scarf color and hat color, cut 2 pieces of yarn about 4 inches

long and work fringe on each end of scarf. Tie scarf around neck.

 

Finishing: With black, work two small french knots for eyes just

below brim of hat. Attach a hanger to top of hat for hanging

snowman on tree.

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Thanks for the pattern! Sounds like he is really cute - can't wait to make him.

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2-1\2" is really small! That beats the smallest snowman I've ever made it was 4" and I thought that tiny! Thanks for sharing the pattern. I think I'll give it a try tonight!

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Well, I love snowmen, and this being a 'tiny' one gave it a try ~ He is so cute:

 

tinysnowman.jpg

 

I am going to make many more with other colors as gift tags.

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Hi guys, I do hope someone will post a picture. I have been crocheting for almost 30 years! I learned after I went blind at the age of 7. It took some time, but I love it. I have a computer that talks to me and I do more typing than my husband! I will post more as I can.

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Hi guys, I do hope someone will post a picture. I have been crocheting for almost 30 years! I learned after I went blind at the age of 7. It took some time, but I love it. I have a computer that talks to me and I do more typing than my husband! I will post more as I can.

 

I posted a picture of the little guy ~ made him a red hat and scarf, such a great pattern, Thanks again for sharing ~ sheryl.:cheer

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many thanks for this adorable pattern. i already made this cute tiny man and he is soo sweet.:clap

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Thanks for the adorable picture! Now I have to make some too :)

 

Well, I love snowmen, and this being a 'tiny' one gave it a try ~ He is so cute:

 

tinysnowman.jpg

 

I am going to make many more with other colors as gift tags.

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I bet if you use a larger hook, you can make them bigger, and make a family of snowmen???? Thanks for the idea!!

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Wow Sheryl:

 

I'm in awe with your talent and design abilities ... that shows that there is no limitations if we set our minds to it..

thank you for sharing this pattern with us. I'm going to give it a try and make some girls happy with their ornaments that i will attach with their x-mas gifts.

God bless you.

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Thanks for posting a pattern. I wish I could do that too, but I guess I'll just settle for crocheting! Like I said, they are samll, but then I love small things. I like dressing tiny stuffed animals, and so far, the smallest thing I have ever dressed is a tiny baby doll on her tummy. she is about 2 inches long. I do panties and a dress out of crochet thread.

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brenda..I am totally in awe..thank you ...not only for sharing this wonderful pattern..but also telling me that there are no limitations once we set our minds to do something..i\

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Thank you so very much for sharing your pattern...so nice of you!!

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