This crochet snowman christmas tree hanging decorations project is simple to make and will spread holiday cheer.
Can you feel that nip in the air? Did you have to bundle up before you went outside today? Whether today was the first day of Autumn or you’ve been snowed in for weeks, there’s no denying that when the seasons change.
Sure, the winter months tend to drag on for some, but there’s nothing like a cozy, charming decoration to lighten the mood during those cold days and short nights.
There’s a reason that cultures around the world celebrate some kind of wintertime festival, and that’s because the colder months between crisp Autumn and the hope of renewed life at Springtime sometimes weigh heavily on the spirit. We’re a resilient bunch, though, and we’ve struck back at winter by making it one of our favorite times for festivals and food.
Call it Christmas or by any other Yuletide name; the spirit, and the fun, remain the same.
Materials for each Snowmen:
Light worsted weight, (DK/8 ply) yarn in two colors of your choice (C1 & C2) plus White.
4 x 3mm round black beads. (For eyes and buttons)
Polyester toy stuffing.
Pink Pencil Crayon. (For applying rosy cheeks)
Size C (2.75mm) crochet hook.
Large yarn needle
Smaller needle. (For sewing on beads)
When you’ve got the Christmas carols on and a fire going in the wood stove, what better way to revel in the winter season than to construct some handmade cuddly crafts? Whether used for hanging Christmas tree decorations for some other project, crocheted snowmen are the perfect winter decoration and craft companion. There’s more to such a project than you might think, too, as you can have your snuggly snowman in pristine white while also giving him plenty of color to brighten things up.
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