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What are some ideas for crafts that use free snowman patterns?

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Some ideas for crafts that use free snowman patterns include a set of three wooden snowman knick-knacks made from a free scroll saw pattern, a knitted stuffed snowman doll, and a fluffy snowman made from a washcloth. NorthPoleChristmas.com offers 11 different free snowman designs in its set of 32 patterns to transfer to round wooden ornaments for painting.

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The free wood cutting patterns for three wooden snowmen called snow buddies include instructions for scroll cutting the pieces from 1/4- and 1/2-inch plywood and 3/4 inch pine. Making these cute decorations requires cutting and sanding the pieces, painting and staining them, and assembling them using glue and wood screws. Finishing touches include a cinnamon stick tree trunk with greenery and snowman hats made of socks or fleece.

The 9-inch-tall knitted snowman is made entirely of white yarn with buttons and chenille stems for facial features and arms. The pattern includes instructions for knitting a red hat to sew on top.

It only takes about an hour to make a soft and fluffy washcloth snowman. Since basic sewing stitches or even basting stitches suffice for this project, it is a great choice for kids to make. The pattern instructions use ribbon, beads and buttons to decorate the snowman, but personalizing with embellishments is also an option.

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