Chunky Knitted Snowman

Chunky Knitted Snowman

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Chunky Knitted Snowman
Chunky Knitted Snowman

"This is a simple chunky knitted snowman pattern that is so much fun to knit. Since you use chunky yarn and large circular knitting needles, it makes this project much quicker to knit. The snowman stands around 2 1/2 feet tall, depending on how full you stuff him. This pattern is for the head, body, hat, arms, and scarf. This chunky knitted snowman is perfect for Christmas decor or to give as a gift!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Knitting Needle SizeCircular Knitting Needles, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Size us 19/15mm circular needles for snowman shown or size us35 /19mm for larger snowman
  • Size 19 double pointed needles for arms or size 35 for larger snowman.
  • Size 19 straight needles for the scarf (you could also use any large size needles).
  • Size 8 (or any small size) double pointed needles for the nose.
  • 5-6 skeins of chunky or bulky yarn in white
  • Yarn for hat, nose, and scarf
  • Stitch marker
  • Embroidery needle

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I have not made this yet, but I would like to, in spite of all the missing information in the pattern, I think I will give it a go anyway and figure out as I do it.

Hi there, you're seeing missing information because we are not hosting this pattern in full. In order to view the pattern, you need to click the link below the pattern description that says "Click here for free DIY craft". That will take you to the blog Savvy Apron where you can access the pattern. Enjoy!

What a cute snowman. When I saw how tall he is I had to save it. I have four grand kids that will love him. Infact he is about the same size as the one year old twins. They will get such a kick out of him. Thank goodness he is easy to make. .

Two and a half feet tall? The grandkids would have a blast with him, although I should probably make two of them. I actually have that size of needle, too, and enough yarn. I am trying to not add any more Christmas knitting to my list of to do things, but this is too cute to pass up.

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