FREE Dress-Up Snowman Pattern Pt. 2

*This is a continuation of my Dress-Up Snowman pattern for all of the accessories. You can find part 1 of the pattern HERE.

 


 

SANTA HAT

(start in red yarn, 10 mm hook)

 

*Note: Leave 1 ft. (~30 cm) of yarn before starting rnd 1. We will use it to sew the fold in the hat later.

 

Rnd 1: make a magic circle and (sc) x4 [4]

Rnd 2: (sc, inc) x2 [6]

Rnd 3: (2 sc, inc) x2 [8]

Rnd 4: (3 sc, inc) x2 [10]

Rnd 5: (sc, inc) x5 [15]

Rnd 6: sc all around [15]

Rnd 7: (2 sc, inc) x5 [20]

Rnd 8: sc all around [20]

Rnd 9: (3 sc, inc) x5 [25]

Rnd 10-11 (2 rnds total): sc all around [25]

Rnd 12: (4 sc, inc) x5 [30]

Rnd 13-14 (2 rnds total): sc all around [30]

Rnd 15: (9 sc, inc) x3 [33]

Rnd 16: sc all around [33]

 

Change to ivory cozy fur yarn.

 

Rnd 17: ch 2, dc all around. slst into the top of the ch 2. [33]

 

Fasten off and weave in the tail.

 

Hat bend: Bring the tail we left at the beginning of the magic circle to the outside of the hat through rnd 3. Bend the top of the hat at an angle and sew it onto rnd 11. Weave in the excess tail on the inside of the hat.

 

Pom Pom: Secure the pom pom onto the top of the hat using hot glue. [img 5]

 

 

BEANIE

(in mint yarn, 10 mm hook)

 

Rnd 1: make a magic circle and (sc) x8 [8]

Rnd 2: (inc) x8 [16]

Rnd 3: (sc, inc) x8 [24]

Rnd 4: (sc, inc, sc) x8 [32]

Rnd 5: sc all around [32]

Rnd 6: (7 sc, inc) x4 [36]

Rnd 7-11 (5 rnds total): sc all around [36]

 

Pom Pom: Secure the pom pom onto the top of the hat using hot glue. [img 6]

 

 

Fasten off and weave the tail in. Fold up the edge of the beanie.

 

TOP HAT

(start in black yarn, 10 mm hook)

 

Rnd 1: make a magic circle and (sc) x6 [6]

Rnd 2: (inc) x6 [12]

Rnd 3: (sc, inc) x6 [18]

Rnd 4: (sc, inc, sc) x5, sc, inc, slst *Note: making a slst as the last st will help alleviate the jog when working in a spiral. [24]

Rnd 5: (blo) – sc all around [24]

Rnd 6: sc all around [24]

Rnd 7: (4 sc, dec) x4 [20]

Rnd 8: sc all around [20]

 

Cut out a cardboard circle the size of the top of the hat. Secure it onto the inside using hot glue to create a flat top. [img 7]

 

 

Rnd 9: (8 sc, dec) x 2 [18]

 

Change to red yarn. Don’t fasten off the black.

 

The next rnd will have two parts. This will create a straighter stripe instead of a zig-zagged one.

 

Rnd 10a: slst all around [18]

Rnd 10b: (blo) – sc all around [18] [img 8]

 

 

Change to black yarn. Stuff well.

 

Rnd 11: (blo) – (sc, dec) x6 [12]

Rnd 12: (dec) x6 [6]

 

Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing. Sew the hole closed.

 

Brim: Insert your hook into one of the front loops we created in rnd 11 and attach black yarn and make sure the hat is facing away from your body. You can crochet over your tail or weave it in at the end. 

 

Rnd 1: (flo) – (sc, inc, sc) x6 [24]

Rnd 2: (2 sc, inc) x8 [32]

 

Use the invisible finish and weave the tail in. [img 9]

 

 

Magnets: check the polarity and the placement of the magnets so that they attract to the head and secure them onto the brim using hot glue. 

SCARF (part A)

(in color of your choice, 10 mm hook)

 

Row 1: ch 43. sc into the second ch from the hook. sc all the way down the row. [42]

Row 2-3 (2 rows total): sc all around [42]

 

Fasten off and leave a tail for weaving in. [img 9]

SCARF (part B)

 

*Note: This loop will allow the scarf to be fastened onto the snowman without having to tie it into a knot.

 

 

Row 1: ch 10 and slst into the first st to create a loop. Make sure it isn’t twisted. sc all around. [10]

Row 2-3 (2 rows total): sc all around [10]

 

Fasten off and leave a tail for weaving in. Slip it onto part A. This will be used to secure the scarf around the neck. [img 9]

 

 

 

With that, you’re finished! I hope you enjoyed this fun, holiday-themed project. What other colorful combinations can you come up with?

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