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Wobbly Snowman amigurumi free pattern

    Wobbly snowman amigurumi free pattern
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    Wobbly Snowman Crochet Pattern

    This wobbly snowman amigurumi free pattern is a nice and quick amigurumi project for the Christmas holidays! The cute crochet snowman has a traditional carrot nose, a winter scarf and of course, a little top hat! You can use this snowman plush as a kids toy or a Christmas decoration for your home. Also, the fast and easy design makes this the perfect pattern for bulk crocheting for gifts or market stalls too!

    Overall, this free crochet snowman amigurumi pattern is a must-have for anyone looking to add some festive Christmas cheer to their home or give a cute and easy gift. So, grab your crochet hook and some super bulky yarn, and get ready to make your very own wobbly snowman plush!

    How to crochet a wobbly snowman

    This free crochet snowman is an easy skill level project. There is minimal sewing and just one colour change. The wobbly snowman plush is a great scrap yarn buster and uses super bulky blanket yarn. This cute crochet snowman was designed as an unisex kids toy, but it could be used as winter decor or as a baby plushie by simply sewing on some eyes and avoiding plastic ones.

    Snowman amigurumi free pattern: The perfect Christmas gift idea

    Are you searching for the perfect Christmas gift for children or a new baby? Look no further than this adorable snowman amigurumi free pattern! With a traditional carrot nose, a cozy winter scarf, and a cute little top hat, this wobbly snowman plush is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face. Plus, with its easy skill level and minimal sewing, it’s a great project for beginners and experienced crocheters alike. This cute crochet snowman makes a great present for kids, family, friends, and even coworkers.

    The perfect DIY Christmas decoration

    This snowman amigurumi free pattern is perfect for anyone looking to add a touch of holiday spirit to their home. Use it as a decoration on your Christmas tree, mantle, or even as a centerpiece on your dining table. This crochet snowman totally works as a Christmas decoration as well as a toy.

    Is it easy to crochet a snowman?

    Whether you’re new to crochet or a seasoned pro, this snowman amigurumi free pattern is a breeze to make. With just one color change and super bulky blanket yarn, you’ll have your very own wobbly snowman plush in no time. The crochet pattern uses just basic crochet stitches with simple increases and decreases, you will need some very basic sewing skills too.

    Bulk crochet for Christmas market stalls or gifts

    Looking to make a bunch of these cute snowman amigurumi plushies? This free pattern is perfect for bulk crocheting! Whip up a bunch and sell them at your local market stall or give them as gifts to friends and family. With its easy and quick design, you’ll have a whole army of wobbly snowmen in no time

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    Supplies

    Yarn

    • Weight – Super Bulky/Super Chunky / #6
    • Brand – Marriner get cosy blanket yarn
    • A – Ivory : 42 yards
    • B – Black: 15 yards
    • C – Orange: 6 yards
    • D – Red: 6 yards
    • Total: 69 yards

    Size & Gauge

    • 4” x 4” gauge swatch = 8 rows of 8 sc
    • Finished size – Height 9″ x Width 5″

    Pattern Notes

    • Chains and finishing slip stitches are not included in the stitch count
    • The last numbers in brackets are the total number of stitches in the round
    • Stitches separated with a comma are to be made in separate spaces. eg. (sc, 2sc) would mean sc in first stitch then 2sc in next stitch
    • Change colour while completing the previous stitch
    • Use tapestry eyes for babies or young children
    • You can work ‘in the round’ by excluding finishing slip stitches and chains

    Abbreviations

    USA Terminology (UK Translation)

    • BLO – Back loop only
    • ch – Chain
    • FLO – Front loop only
    • MR – Magic ring
    • R – Round/Row
    • sc – Single crochet
    • 2sc – 2 sc in 1 space (increase)
    • sc2tog – sc 2 together (decrease)
    • sl st – Slip stitch
    • st/sts – Stitch/Stitches

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    Wobbly snowman – free crochet pattern

    Let’s begin the Wobbly Snowman free crochet pattern! Don’t forget you can purchase a premium version of this pattern if you’d like to less ads and more progress photos.

    Wobbly Snowman Head & Body


    Round 1

    • Use Ivory (A) yarn
    • sc x 8 in a MR
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    (8 sts)

    Round 2

    • 2sc x 8
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 3

    • (2sc, sc) 8 times
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    24 sts

    Round 4 – 6

    • sc x 24
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    3 rounds

    Round 7

    • (sc2tog, sc) 8 times
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 8

    • sc2tog x 8
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1
    • Insert eyes on R3, 3 sts between them
    • Fill with toy stuffing

    8 sts

    Round 9

    • 2sc x 8
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 10

    • (2sc, sc) 8 times
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    24 sts

    Round 11

    • (2sc, sc x 2) 8 times
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    32 sts

    Round 12 – 15

    • sc x 32
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    4 rounds

    Buttons

    • Cut 6″ of black (B) yarn & tie a double knot in the centre
    • Make another 2
    • Tie the knots between R10-R11, R12-R13, R14-R15

    Round 16

    • (sc2tog, sc x 2) 8 times
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    24 sts

    Round 17

    • (sc2tog, sc) 8 times
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 18

    • sc2tog x 8
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1
    • Fill with toy stuffing

    8 sts

    Round 19

    • sc2tog x 4
    • sl st to first st
    • Fasten off & sew closed

    4 sts

    Carrot Nose


    Round 1

    • Use orange (C) yarn
    • sc x 5 into a magic ring
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    5 sts

    Round 2

    • 2sc, sc x 4
    • sl st to first st, fasten off & leave tail for sewing
    • Fill with toy stuffing

    6 sts

    Assembly

    • Position nose over R4 & R5, inline with the eye gap
    • Sew nose on to snowman & weave in ends

    Snowman’s Hat


    Round 1

    • Use black (B) yarn
    • sc x 8 into a magic ring
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1
    • Do not weave in MR tail

    8 sts

    Round 2

    • 2sc x 8
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 3

    • BLO sc x 16
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 4

    • sc x 16
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 5

    • Change to red (D) yarn
    • sc x 16
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 6

    • Change to black (B) yarn
    • FLO (2sc, sc) 8 times
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    24 sts

    Round 7

    • sl st x 24
    • sl st to first st, fasten off, leave tail for sewing

    16 sts

    Assembly


    • Sew the MR tail to R2 of the snowman, this should flatten the top of the hat
    • Use R7 tail to sew the rim of the hat to the snowman

    Snowman’s Mouth


    • Use black (B) yarn
    • Sew a mouth over R6

    Winter Scarf


    Row 1

    • Use red (D) yarn
    • ch x 36 then start in second ch from hook
    • sl st x 35
    • Fasten off & weave in ends
    • Wrap around snowman’s neck and sew into position

    35 sts