Snowman for Gozer

In the holiday decor swap questionnaire, @gozer included snowmen in the list of things she likes. I decided to make her one of my crocheted snowmen.


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I’m a sucker for a snowman and this one is just the cutest!

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Aww, adorable! :heart: Looks so fluffy and fun to hold. Is it weighted with anything? It stands up so well.

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Nope, not weighted. The bottom is flat and wide enough that it stands up easily on its own! The body is made with Bernat Pipsqueak yarn, it’s filled with polyfil, I used a bit of worsted weight yarn for the hat and scarf, and glued on some pom poms for eyes.

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He’s so cute, love his. Little scarf.

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Cutie pie!! I love the eyes peeking out over the scarf, reminds me of cold snowy walks to school in Michigan!

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Awwwww hims so wittle

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I also love snow people! So adorable…looks like he is ready for a harsh winter!

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Snowmen :heart_eyes: I love how fluffy he is.

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I really dig how his scarf is up a little higher. So stinking cute.

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Pretty darn cute!

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So cute!

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totally adorable!
I need to figure out how to make a knit version, since I barely crochet :stuck_out_tongue:

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A knit version would probably be easier because this yarn is a pain to crochet with. But I am much faster at crochet and I like using it for stuffed animals. I have my pattern written out if you want to try to convert it to knitting or use it as a jumping off point to create your own pattern. Despite the fact that I’ve known how to knit 15 years longer than I’ve known how to crochet, I stink at making knit patterns. Let me know!

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This is the softest thing I have ever felt. It’s so cute and absolutely perfect! I love him so much. Thank you!!! PS. His name is Pierre now.

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