Crochet Snowman Gift Sack

Crochet Snowman Gift Sack
Crochet Snowman Gift Sack

We can't get over the cuteness of this Crochet Snowman Gift Sack. If you're not a traditionalist and you don't hang stockings, you can still put together some stock stuffers in this sack. Kids will love it because of all the little toys you can fit inside. Snowmen are extremely popular during the winter time and they're hard not to like! Growing up, we had Frosty the Snowman and now Olaf from Frozen is very big too. Soon, we'll be able to make our own real snowman, but a crochet one will do for now.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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RCM has so many adorable ideas and patterns and this one is a winner! It is so cute. Having a family member who collects snow people keeps me on the lookout for neat crafts, I love that this one doubles as a gift or storage bag. What a great idea. It would be a neat gift with creative things to do and snack on for children who are on a long car trip during the holiday season. The bag keeps each child's goodies in a separate 'container' with ease of access to it.

This is so quick and simple to work up, and it makes a really nice gift bag or container for any winter themed event, not just the holidays. I wish I would have seen it before Christmas. I would have made these up to put my baggies of homemade chocolates into.

I can see many uses for a basket/sack like this one. You can give it with a bunch of toys like pictured. You can stuff it with bath and body products and give it to your sister or a dear friend. She can then use the sack to store other things inside her home- wash cloths on the side of the tub, or a bunch of hair ties and headbands! I really like the Woolike yarn from Michaels. This would be the first time that I would be using the chunky version, though. Looks fun to make!

Now this is a unique and wonderful way to give a gift. Instead of the normal Christmas stocking, how about a crochet snowman gift sack? I love this idea. I am sure anyone that receives this will love the packing just as much as the contents. Really cute!

This is a very thoughtful way to distribute a gift to a loved one. The following year, the recipient can use this as decor or "re-gift" to a loved one filled with goodies. Adorable.

This another great pattern from Sarah Zimmerman of Repeat Crafter Me. This little snowman bag is perfect for putting little stocking staffers in or making little treat bags for holiday parties. Whatever you choose to do with them, this is a fun and quick project.

The holidays are creeping up on us! If you need something for school parties, this would be a great idea because it is religion neutral. Crochet Snowman Gift Sacks hold all the goodies and will give each kid a sack to open at the party. Good decorative idea for home and office too.

What a nice container for a teacher gift or cookies for a neighbor! This is so easy to work up since the stitches are repetitive once the basic shape is formed. This is another one of my favorite assembly line projects. I work all the white parts, leave a tail, then work the tops in various colors. I save all the face feature stitching for a different night. Perfect TV project.

Here is an alternative to the Christmas stockings. If you don't have kids who prefer to hang stockings so Santa can put his Christmas present, this Crochet Snowman Gift Sack is a great substitute. You can just temporarily store your gifts here as they come. This is one way of collecting your gifts and placing them under the Christmas tree. It's very neat and organized.

This gift sack is so cute. I am going to make it for my granddaughter and fill it with beauty products. I will use pink for the hat pompom.

This would be perfect for a teachers gift! Thanks for sharing!


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