We are half way through December and we have already had two snow storms. That is unheard of in my area of New England! You could actually go out the door today and make a real snowman! In case you prefer to enjoy your snowmen without getting your toes frosty, today I have a round-up of snowmen patterns for you. One of the wonderful thing about using snowmen for your holiday decorations is that you don't have to take them down come January - they are wonderful decorations though out January and February, and even into March (although by that time, I don't want to see snow anymore!) So let's get stitching some snowmen!
First up, yes, I have a free smocking plate! I love these Smocked Snowmen from Martha Pullen!
If you want to inlude snowmen as part of your holiday decor then maybe you might enjoy sewing this table runner.
Perhaps a Quilted Snowman Wall hanging is more your style? This design from Patchwork Posse is delightful.
Have you ever tried Needle Felting? My younger daughter made many lovely needle felted designs for us during her middle school years. A snowman is an easy first needle felting project, You can find complete directions here!
Another craft that you might not have tried is needle punching. Here is a delightful snowman design if you would like to give it a try!
I also love this happy Snowman Ornament from Bugs and Fishes.
Felt is such an easy material to work with. Try these Felt Snowmen Ornaments.
Or use felt to cover your canisters or mugs with snowmen!
If you prefer knitting, then try using this pattern from Wendy Phillips to make a snowman like my daughter did in the cover photo. Your tree would look adorable with these little guys hanging on it.
Finally, for something extra simple, how about a snowman garland made from paper?
Wishing you snow and snowmen!