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Pattern: Snappy Hooded Snowman Scarf With Mittens

Snowmen are one of my favorite things to make or I should say “crochet”. I’ve never been able to build a real one from snow so I create them from squishy soft yarns instead 🙂

I picked up a couple of skeins of Bernat Pop in Blaze and LOVE this yarn! It is the first time I had tried it and it is nice to work with. Totally happy yarn. His face is Bernat Softee Chunky (a long time favorite).

He has mittens for keeping your fingers warm too. Those can be made separate or attached to the scarf ends.


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About The Pattern

Description: Instructions included for making a hooded snowman scarf in one size to fit most older children to adults. Plus full mittens can be made separate or attached to the scarf tails.

Scarf – 280 yards thick worsted or bulky weight
Long tail hat part of hood – 150 yards thick worsted or bulky weight
White part of hood – 100 yards bulky weight
Mittens – 100 yards
Small amount of orange worsted or bulky weight
Small amount of black ww yarn for mouth and pink ww yarn for cheeks.

Yarn used in sample: Bernat Pop Blaze (430 yards), Bernat Softee Chunky White (100 yards)
Crochet Hooks: H, I, K
Misc: yarn needle, stitch markers, scissors, measuring tape, 2 small black buttons for eyes, sewing needle, black sewing thread

One Size to fit older children to adult
Gauge with I hook: 4”= 7.5 rounds and 12.5 dc sts


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