Frosty Snowman Luminary

Frosty Snowman Luminary
Frosty Snowman Luminary

Brighten your path or entry with a cute frosty friend for the holidays. Use as a luminary or container for treats to give to your neighbors. This is a quick project so you could whip up several for craft fairs too. Skill Level: Easy Materials and Details: Yarn- worsted weight yarn in Red Heart Super Saver: White, Pumpkin, Cherry, Spring Green, Turqua, Black Crochet Hook: H Misc: yarn needle, stitch markers, scissors, measuring tape, 2 small black buttons for eyes, sewing needle, black sewing thread, quart mason jar (or similar) Gauge: not necessary for this project


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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I have read the directions for the Frosty Snowman Luminary and do not understand "Work this round in BLO." What is BLO? Thanks

Hi maw1123 3067809, BLO is an abbreviation for "back loop only." We also have a helpful guide to crochet abbreviations here: I hope this helps! - Laura, editor of AllFreeCrochet

This cute and easy snowman luminary is made with worsted weight yarn in Red Heart Super Saver White, Pumpkin, Cherry, Spring Green, Turqua, Black and an H crochet hook. Not sure is the color Turqua is a typo or if it is a new color made with a combo of turquoise and aqua? Anyone?

OH this is too cute and way too easy to make to pass it by. I can all ready see it hanging by my front door all winter. I read thru the directions and it's so simple that you can have it done in one evening. I will add a flame less battery operated votive with a timer and that's it..

What a wonderful neighbor or teacher gift this would be, especially if you include a small pack of battery operated votive candles. We have several older folks in our neighborhood so I hesitate to send over a plate of cookies they may not be able to eat. But everyone loves a snowman, and this festive fellow can be used well past Christmas itself.


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