Plush Little Snowman Crochet PDF Free Pattern

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Today, I would like to share a snowman doll amigurumi pattern, especially for Christmas. Would you like to make a nice snowman amigurumi before Christmas comes and winter is over? If your answer is yes, today we will make a very cute and very simple plush snowman amigurumi. More precisely, I will share the crochet pattern with you for free. I hope you will like it. All the accessories you see in the picture are fully present in the pattern. I hope you will like it.

Designer: boulette_crochet

• Chunky plush yarn (white) & —0 5,5mm hook
• Thick cotton yarn (black + another color) & 3,5 mm hook
• Thin cotton yarn (orange) & 2,5 mm hook
• Tapestry needle, filling, a piece of cardboard & a couple of sticks from your garden.

sc : Single Crochet
inc : Increase
dec : Decrease
st: Stitch
hdc: Half Double Crochet
sl-st : Slip Stitch
ch : Chain : make increase into same stitch as many as the number which is given in front of “inc” abbreviation (exp; 3inc, 4inc..).
FLO : Crochet into front loops only
BLO : Crochet into back loops only

• The Snowman measures about 15cm with recommended yarn and hook size
• Work in spirals, do not join rounds.
• This patter was designed by Boulette & Cie, it’s a FREE pattern. It’s prohibited to sell, distribute or copy any parts of this pattern without my consent. You’re more than welcome to sell the finished product.
• This is supposed to be a decoration, it’s not suitable for children under 3 years old.
• Don’t forget to tag @boulette_crochet if you post your Snowman, I would love to see your pictures!

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Body and Head
Chunky plush yarn (white) and 5.5mm hook
1) 6 sc in mr (6)
2) 6 inc (12)
3) (1 sc, 1 inc) x6 (18)
4) (2 sc, 1 inc) x6 (24)
5) (3 sc, 1 inc) x6 (30)
6) BLO 30 sc (30)
7-12) 30 sc (6 rounds)
Cut a circle using cardboard or plastic and place it on the bottom so your snowman can stand without falling over.
13) (3 sc, 1 dec) x6 (24) * start stuffing the body*
14) (2 sc, 1 dec) x6 (18)
15) (1 Sc, 1 dec) x6 (12)
16) 12 sc (12)
17) 12 inc (24)
18-23) 24 sc all around (6 rounds)
Insert security eyes between rows 21 & 22, leave 3 sts between the eyes.
24) (2 sc, 1 dec)x6 (18) * start stuffing the head*
25) (1 sc, 1 dec) (12)
26) 6 dec (6)

With thick cotton yarn (black + another color) and 3.5mm crochet hook
1) 6 sc in mr (6)
2) 6 inc (12)
3) (1 sc, 1 inc) x6 (18)
4) (2 sc, 1 inc) x6 (24)
5) BLO 24 sc
6-8) 24 sc (3 rounds)
Change to the second color, don’t cut the yarn
9) 24 hdc
Change to black, fasten off second color
610) BLO 24 sc
11) FLO (3 sc, 1 inc) x6 (30)
12) 30 sc
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.
Sew hat on the head using the back loops from round 11. The hat should be a little tilted to the side, not exactly in the middle of the head

With thick cotton yarn (second color) and 3.5mm crochet hook
1) 71 ch
2) Skip 1st chain, 70 sc (70)
3) Ch1 & turn, 70 sc (70)
Fasten off.
Cut a few pieces of yarn and attach them to the ends of the scarf: fold the piece of yarn in half, insert the hook though the scarf, hook under the yarn and pull your hook out the same st. You’ll have a loop. Grab both ends of your piece of yarn and pass them inside the loop. Pull both ends to close the loop. Repeat until you have enough details and cut the yarn so they are all about 2cm long.

With thin cotton yarn (orange) and 2.5mm crochet hook
1) 6 sc in MR
2) 6 sc (3 rnds) (6)
3) (1 Sc, 1 dec)x2 (4)

Cut the yarn leaving a long tail for sewing. With a tapestry needle, pass the yarn though the front loops of the last 4 sts, pull it to close and insert the needle in the middle of these last 4 sts, pull out needle in the middle of the MR (1st round). Sew carrot to the face, 1 row below the eyes.

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Final Details
Using embroidery thread, add eyebrows and a smile to your snowman.
Add a little blush to the cheeks
Sew 3 little button on the body, leaving 2 rows between each button.
Insert one small stick on each side of the body to make the arms. I don’t recommend using glue or any other material to permanently attach them; as sticks are fragile and might break, you should be able to remove & replace them easily.

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