Frosty the Sewnman


Frosty the Sewnman


You'll be singing the classic hit single when you sew Frosty the Sewnman. As far as winter or Christmas decoration ideas are concerned, this DIY project is sensational. Create a decorative and functional piece that will greet you every time you step in from a chilly walk. Cute clothespins work to hold up your wet mittens, gloves, and socks while you cozy up inside. Make the fabric snowman from the three detailed tutorials from Small Fry & Co. to make your winter magical.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine


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Frosty the Sewnman is a clever play on words. I like that he is hanging up his gloves and socks to dry. This project is much larger than expected. I would try and downsize the snowman a bit. The project seems to be in three parts however there is a print-friendly version that pulls it all together.

My friend has a collection of snowmen and this little guy would fit right in! For a bit of ballast on his bottom to he,P anchor him a bit, you could use a plastic bag filled with sand, dried beans, or even some stale coffee beans, which would have the advantage of smelling good too! You could add some old vintage stray buttons for embellishment down the front or even for the eyes! Sweet!

I do my January household decor in snowmen and this guy will fit right in with it! I love his rosy cheeks and that his scarf and mittens match. This blogger knows one of my weaknesses--thankful that's she's made it a craft along! I want to put him on my front porch so I think I'll have to look for some other item to weight down his derierre. Anyone have any ideas?


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