Who doesn’t love the idea of snow, but then realizes that with snow it will come with mud and, well the cold. This is a super beginner friendly pattern that works up super quick. You will be having a snowball fight in no time. I live in the desert of Southern California. Personally, I have not got to experience snow where I live. Although I can drive a little ways away inside Cali to reach snow, I don’t want to do that every time I want to experience snow. It definitely is no experience of having snow, but my little ones love throwing these “snow”balls indoors without the worry of things breaking!
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Materials you will need
1 Ball of Lion Brand Go For Faux Yarn
Clover L -8 mm Amour Crochet Hook
Clover Quick Locking Stitch Markers
SC- Single Crochet
INC- Increase [2 SC into the same stitch]
DEC- Decrease [Single Crochet 2 Stitches Together]
- This pattern is worked in a round.
- Do not join rounds, continue to work next round in the next stitch throughout pattern.
- Stuff snowball at Round 5 as much as you can before finishing snowball and weaving in your ends
- From 1 ball of Go for Faux you can make about 6 to 7 snowballs
Ch 3, sl st first ch OR Magic Loop
Round1: SC 6 into circle (6 sc)
Round2: INC 6x (12 sc)
Round3: *INC, SC* 6 x (18 sc)
Round4: SC x 18 (18 sc)
Round5: *DEC, SC* 6x (12 sc)
Round6: *DEC* x6 (6 sc)
Round7: SC x 6 (6 sc)
Weave in your ends
Repeat to as many snowballs you want to have a snowball fight!
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