Indoor Crochet Snowballs

Indoor Crochet Snowballs

Winter is the season of colds, and if your child is a little under the weather, but still wants to be outside, work up these Indoor Crochet Snowballs and keep out of the snow. Snowball fights are no good with a runny nose and cough, but these crochet snowballs will keep any kids entertained with none of the icy, freezing parts of the real thing. The best part about these? Snowball fights all year long! Just build up your fort, and get to tossing. These crochet snowballs would also be fun to use with your younger kids to play catch with, eliminating possible injuries.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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No playing ball in the house, unless it is a crochet snowball fight. Sometimes during the winter it can be too cold or wet to be outside. This is a fun game that can be played indoors, with adult supervision or participation.

If you can stand the ruckus in the house, this would be a fun activity. If weather permits, this would be the perfect outdoor winter game. Who has to wait for snow when you can make your own snowballs, out of yarn and fluff!!!


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