Stanley the Cactus Snowman was just a barrel cactus with aspirations to be a snowman. He had the shape, he had the dream but he knew that he couldn't withstand the snow. But that didn’t stop him from making his dream come true. Stanley the Snowman Cactus loves everything about Christmas. It doesn't matter what time of year it is, this little guy is full of Christmas spirit. Perfect for the mantle or giving as a gift, Stanley the Snowman Cactus is a great holiday decor toy that will be treasured for years to come.
If you want to build a snowman, but don't have any snow on the ground, then don't worry! Now you can crochet your very own snowman using a little bit of worsted weight yarn and some stuffing. Inspired by the hit movie Frozen, this Olaf-inspired amigurumi pattern is too cute to pass up. Kids and adults alike with fall in love with this friendly face. This free crochet pattern includes directions for how to crochet each part separately and assembly guidelines. There are endless ways to assemble your friendly crochet snowman, depending on what you want his mood to be, or what you want him to be doing.
Finally, this snowman amigurumi is actually two figurines measuring 5-6″. While they can be hanged on a Christmas tree, bthey can also be a children's toy as well.
- Designed by Janina Petersen
Do you want to build a snowman? Now you can do it even if you don't live in an area where there's snow. Take a look at this sweet little amigurumi snowman by Janina Petersen. It's such a cute little fellow! You can make a bunch of these in just one evening and gift them to your kiddos or any children in need. What's more, the finished size is 18 cm.
Isn't this the cutest snowman? Get ready for the winter season with this free amigurumi snowman pattern. With that smirk on his face he seems to be saying 'you need to get your crochet hooks out now and start hooking'. This pattern is easy as it uses just one stich, Single Crochet, it is also worked in one piece so there are less parts to join. The pattern is detailed with instructions on where to position the armms, eyes, etc. Time to get your hooks out!