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Especially when it’s big fat flakes coming down on a not-too-cold, not-too-windy day. 🙂
And I love snowmen too! Especially this snowman with his chubby face and stubby snowball arms.
This free snowman embroidery pattern is small – just 2 1/2 inches wide and a little over 3 inches tall.
You can see him above in a larger hoop for a wall hanging – with lots of snowy white space around him. But you can also put him in a smaller (4 inch) hoop to make a tree ornament, like this. . .
If you want to skip the hoop you can stitch him on a tea towel, a gift bag, a stocking, a T-shirt or baby onesie. Have fun with it!
It’s super easy – just a few of the most basic stitches! The pattern has links to videos teaching you all of them.
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