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The fourth potholder in my Christmas series, here is Frosty the Snowman, wrapped up nice and warmly in his beanie hat and fringed scarf. He needs to be warm, it's snowing!

This double thickness potholder is worked mainly in red, white and green yarn, with touches of brown and black - I used approximately 45gr of yarn in total. The 'snowflakes' are small white round beads sewn in a random pattern once the front of the potholder is finished. Stitches used are slip, single and half double crochet. Instructions for all stitches used are included in the pattern together with many photographs to help you along.

Perfect for placing under a warm dish on the Christmas table, or purely for decoration.

This is an original design by Loop Lous.

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Independent Designer
Dianne Greenall
Yarn Weight
DK | Light Worsted
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Skill Level
Featured Yarn
Small amount of black yarn for his eyes, mouth and buttons, and brown yarn for his arms. Approximately 40 small white round beads for the snowflakes.

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