Snowman Hat Ornament/Gift Card Holder


Snowman Hat Ornament/Gift Card Holder

Snowman Hat Ornament/Gift Card Holder
Snowman Hat OrnamentGift Card Holder

This Snowman Hat Ornament doubles as a gift card holder! Give a more thoughtful gift this holiday season with a beautiful ornament that they can use year after year! This pattern is very easy and uses size 10 crochet thread and a B (2.25 mm) hook. The hat only uses single crochets. The holly uses slip stitches, half double crochets, triple crochets and chains. The berries are .24" (0.6 cm) jingle bells. This adorable ornament jingles!


Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Crochet Gauge16 single crochet stitches and 17 rows in a 2” (5 cm) square.

Finished Size3 1/8” H x 3 1/2” W

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I would love to get a gift card in any domination and it is not a requirement for it to even be wrapped. Some gift cards are "wrapped" in that there is a pretty picture on the front. I have to admit, getting a gift card in a handmade holder lets me know that I am really special.

When gift cards first came out I thought that they were so impersonal. They have become such a staple now, I may as well accept it and get on board. There are a lot of gift card holders on the market today but this can be the one way you show you really put some of yourself into the gift by actually making the holder. Now who wouldn't like a hat full of "cash"?

This is so cute. I love gifts that have a dual purpose. Not only is this a clever gift card holder, but it also makes an unusual ornament as well. Im adding this to my pattern collection for my senior ladies, and for my youngest crafters as well. Heres where those old sewing card skills come in handy because a mattress/blanket stitch is easier on young (and old) hands than crocheting the seams.


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