If you Want to Knit a Snowman
On a Circular Knitting Machine 🙂
Updated Pattern November 2020
Materials for Completion:
40 or 48 Pin Knitting Machine – I have the Loops and Threads 40 pin Machine
Worsted Weight Yarn:
- Suggested yarns
- Yarn for Snowman’s Body – I used Bernat Baby Velvet Yarn
- Yarn for Scarf & Hat – I used Lion Brand Pound of Love (Red Hat) , Ferris Wheel (Blue Hat)
- White String or Cotton Yarn just a small amount
- Yarn for Carrot Nose – I used a leftover bit of orange yarn
Safety Eyes, Beads or Buttons or for Eyes
Small Beads for Mouth or black yarn or string
Tension: Moderate (middle hole only)
Oven Bake Modeling Clay for nose, Button Nose, Row Counter, Felt for scarf, Tiny Top Hat, Faux Suede Holiday Beanie Label
Small – Approximately 5” x 5.5” when finished
Large – 7” x 7.5”
Gauge: Not terribly important for this pattern
Using the White Velvet Yarn
Cast on and crank out…
- Small – 50 Rounds or until work measures 5.5” unstretched.
- Large – 70 Rounds or until work measures 7” unstretched.
I use a row counter but measured my work on the machine from the pins to the cast on edge.
Cast off by using the darning needle and picking up all stitches from machine.
Please visit my If You Want To Knit a Snowman Free Knitting Machine Pattern if you want to view details on how I put my snowman together, or download the free PDF below.
This year I aded a patch onto my snowman with the year, I think since I am going to be making these every year it is a good idea to add the year that way in 10 years I will know when I made a particular snowman. These patches are available in my Etsy Shop 🙂
Oh and Add a tag 🙂
I made little tags to go with the snowman and I have them available for free, just click on the link below to download.
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