Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Frosty Jr.

I decided Frosty needed a companion, but as I tried to design another snowman, Frosty’s teenage son appeared.  Hence we have Frosty Jr.march misc 063
The left-handed pattern can be found here.
And the right-handed pattern can be found here.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Frosty the Snowman

This is my favorite of the snowman patterns that I have written this winter.
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I have both left and right handed versions of this pattern.  Please note that it really doesn’t matter which version you use.  If you use the opposite pattern you will get a mirror image of Frosty.  The wind will be blowing from the left instead of the right, and the carrot nose will be slanted the other direction.
You can find the left-handed pattern here.
The right-handed pattern can be found here.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Snowman in Grandma’s Favorite Dishcloth Pattern

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Here’s my pattern for a Snowman in Grandma’s Favorite Dishcloth.  I’ve enjoyed adding a crochet border on my Grandma’s Favorite cloths  I have written this as an option for this cloth.
I have written the pattern with both the left and right handed sections in one pattern.  I’m hoping it won’t be too confusing.  The pattern can be found here.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Snowman Pattern

Here’s the first of my snowmen patterns to share.  This one reminds me of a first grader’s attempt, but as I looked at the cloth later,  I thought he was still cute enough to share.
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I’ve made directions for both left and right handed knitters.  I realize that it really doesn’t make a difference which pattern you would follow because there are no words.  The snowman’s arms are the only thing that will really change by following the opposite directions.
The left-handed pdf pattern is found here.
The right-handed pdf pattern is found here.