This crocheted Melted Snowman will make a charming Christmas gift for the special person in your life. You can complete your gift with a note, handmade card, canvas print, or photo framed with Olaf’s famous quote: “Some people are worth melting for”.
This cute melted snowman amigurumi will also make a fun piece of Christmas décor. It will look great on a tiered tray, on the coffee table, bookshelf, or fireplace. It can also be used as a pincushion.
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Melted Snowman Amigurumi – Crochet Pattern
The pattern for these crochet Melted Snowman is also available as a print-friendly, styled, and advertisement-free PDF file. You can get it from my Etsy shop. Free pattern is below.
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BLO – back loop only
Ch – chain
DC – double crochet
FLO – front loop only
Rnd – round
SC – single crochet
Sl St – slip stitch
St (Sts) – stitch (stitches)
This crochet Melted Snowman is about 4” in diameter and 2-1/2” tall including the hat.
- Medium weight #4 yarn, Color A – white, Color B – black, Color C – orange
Hook and other materials:
- Crochet hook size 7 – 4.5 mm
- 6 mm small black buttons – 5
- Sewing needles – large and small
- Black sewing thread
- Stitch marker
- Poly-fil stuffing
- Piece of cardboard
- Weighted stuffing material (I used Poly Pellets weighted stuffing beads)
The top and bottom circles are worked in continuous rounds. Use stitch marker to mark first stitch of each round.
To make this melted Snowman, you will need to make the following parts: top circle, bottom circle, hat, and carrot-nose.
Copyright: This pattern is an original design by GoldenLucyCrafts. You may not copy, rewrite, redistribute or resell this pattern in any form, this includes making video tutorials. You may not translate this pattern to another language and publish the pattern or any parts of it.
With Color A, make magic ring;
Round 1. Ch 1, 6 SC in magic ring. Total – 6 SC.
Round 2. 2 SC in each St around. Total – 12 SC.
Round 3. [2 SC in first St, SC in next St] 6 times. Total – 18 SC.
Round 4. SC in first St, [2 SC in next St, SC in each of next 2 Sts] 5 times, 2 SC in next St, SC in next St. Total – 24 SC.
Round 5. [2 SC in first St, SC in each of next 3 Sts] 6 times. Total – 30 SC.
Round 6. SC in first St and in next St, [2 SC in next St, SC in each of next 4 Sts] 5 times, 2 SC in next St, SC in each of next 2 Sts. Total – 36 SC.
Round 7. [2 SC in first St, SC in each of next 5 Sts] 6 times. Total – 42 SC.
Round 8. SC in first St and in each of next 2 Sts, [2 SC in next St, SC in each of next 6 Sts] 5 times, 2 SC in next St, SC in each of next 3 Sts. Total – 48 SC.
Round 9. [2 SC in first St, SC in each of next 7 Sts] 6 times. Total – 54 SC.
Round 10. SC in each St around.Total – 54 SC.
Sl St in next St. Fasten off. Right side is facing you.
Follow the Instructions for the top circle, crochet rounds 1 – 9 only.
Note: beginning Ch 1 doesn’t count as a St.
With Color B, make magic ring;
Round 1. Ch 1, 6 SC in magic ring, Sl St to first SC to join. Total – 6 SC.
Round 2. Ch 1, 2 SC in same St and in each St around, Sl St to first SC to join. Total – 12 SC.
Round 3. BLO. Ch 1, SC in same St and in each St around, Sl St to first SC to join. Total – 12 SC.
Rounds 4-6. Ch 1, SC in same St and in each St around, Sl St to first SC to join. Total – 12 SC.
Round 7. FLO. Ch 1, 2 SC in same St and in each St around, Sl St to first SC to join. Total – 24 SC. Fasten off.
With Color C, Ch 5,
Row 1. Sl St in 2nd Ch from the hook, SC in each of next 3. Fasten off.
We will assemble the snowman later on as it is easier to sew on all top circle elements BEFORE the top and bottom are joined together.
On the top circle sew the hat, two buttons for the eyes, carrot-nose and three buttons for the fasteners.
Cut out a circular piece of cardboard that is slightly smaller than the diameter of the bottom. We will place it on the bottom circle. It will help to keep the bottom flat.
Lay the bottom circle with the wrong side up on the table, and place the cardboard circle on top of it. Lastly, place the top circle with the right side up on top of the cardboard circle.
Using a large sewing needle and white yarn, start sewing the bottom to the top. Sew about ¾ of the diameter, then add weighted material and stuffing (make sure you add them between the top and cardboard circle). Stuff loosely, do not overstuff! Finish sewing the bottom to the top.
Congratulations! Your crochet melted snowman is complete!
I hope you enjoyed this Melted Snowman free crochet pattern!
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