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Winter Snowballs

By: Ruth Windover from redmittendesign.blogspot.ca
Winter Snowballs
Winter Snowballs

"Here is a pattern for winter snowballs that are frost free and won’t melt all over your gorgeous flooring! The size of the snowballs depends on the yarn selected and the needle size used. Completing the pattern with the same yarn and needle size that are provided will yield an approx 3 inch snowball These were designed as decorations but I understand some people like to use them as toys. Be cautious around breakables :) Thanks for knitting!"

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Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Bernat Pipsqueak yarn
  • stuffing (poly. fiberfil)

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What a mess of a website, they have new photos and patterns over top of the pattern this links to and no way to get to any of it.

I couldn't agree more. I look forward to receiving the emails of the patterns then dread clicking on to this site. It is so 'busy' with all the ads, links and totally unrelated 'news' of all things. It used to be simple and easy to use but I've watched it deteriorate over the years into the mess it is now. I know the patterns are free but boy oh boy you need to work hard to get to them and it often puts me right off. I very rarely bother with it these days because of that very issue.

What a cute idea! My kids love playing with pretend snowballs. I didn't even think this could be something to make, so I am excited to try this pattern.

I almost bought some "snowballs" like this for the grandkids at Christmas, but they seemed expensive for what they were. I don't know why I didn't think of making them, but I didn't, so thanks for the idea! Maybe soft cotton yarn might be best for toys, since they could be washed.

This is a cute and unique decor pattern! The Bernat Pipsqueak yarn is textured so when you knit the round ball shape of this pattern you will get a soft, fluffy exterior. Pipsqueak comes in different colors and some self patterning colors, so you could experiment with them and create some cute decor.

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