Did You Know?


Did you know that I have a whole section here on my blog with FREE knit and crochet patterns???? Yes, just for you, the knitter or crocheter! And I have JUST ADDED another pattern to the FREE line-up! Snowy Frostman used to sell on Etsy for $5, but now you can download it for FREE to make your own 13″ high plush snowman! He’s crocheted, as are the mini versions. So go ahead, and make up a family of snowmen for the winter months! I just know you have so much free time here at the holidays! Ha! Ha! <wink> <wink> Click HERE to find these patterns and more! Once there, click on the highlighted title to download the pattern. The following are pics to entice you!


The foot-high Snowy Frostman!


The tiny oh-so-cute frosties!

And here are a few other holiday inspired patterns you might like to make:



A Mini Tree Skirt for your tabletop tree!


A festive cowl for a last-minute Christmas gift! This is so easy to knit! Maddie made two of them for gifts for her teachers last year!

And there are more FREE patterns there for you to enjoy, if you knit or crochet. None of them are difficult! Simple, easy to follow patterns. Pass this along to any friends you know who knit or crochet!

***I thought I’d also share with you some FREE patterns for knitting or crocheting by other designers I love:

Mini Crochet Mouse by Janette of the GreenDragonfly blog! (I’m planning on making one or more of these adorable mice in the New Year!)

While you’re at it, check out ALL her other FREE crochet patterns…they are to-die crochet for! Janette is one of my top favorite crochet designers! She lives in New Zealand and chronicles her lovely life and craft on her blog.

Lacy Star Ornament by Lucy! (Just made several as gift toppers!) Everyone who crochets knows about Lucy of Attic 24, right? You should!:)

Daffodils by Lucy! (Made lots of these in spring to give to some very amazing ladies who provided meals for my family when I was sick!)

Baby Elfin Shoes by JoAnn Moser! (Made these as a gift for someone this summer! Would be even more perfect in Winter!)

Well, I could go on and on. I thought I’d just share the ones I have made thus far. It’s always good to know someone has been successful with making another person’s pattern.

For all of you who yarn lovers who follow my blog, I wish you a holiday filled with wools and cottons! And a New Year of new and exciting yarn adventures!

0 thoughts on “Did You Know?

  1. Janette says:

    Love the snowmen! Not sure Ive got time to squeeze one in before Christmas but I might have to give it a try!!! Cant wait to check out the other links too 🙂 thanks for sharing! Merry Christmas, Janette xx

  2. Sandy says:

    Thanks, so much, for snowmen patterns. No time to complete for this holiday season, but they will be fun projects through the upcoming year to surprise grandsons in 2014.

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