Plastic Canvas Snowman

Plastic Canvas Snowman

Plastic Canvas Snowman
Plastic Canvas Snowman

'Wouldn't this festive snowman look so cute hanging on the Christmas tree this year? One can never have enough snowmen so this one would be a unique one to add to the collection. He was stitched on plastic canvas and fringe yarn as well as sparkly yarn were used to give him some extra glamour. The free pattern to make this snowman can double as a pattern for a melting beads snowman craft for kids, as well."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Difficulty LevelEasy

HolidayChristmas

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It's good to see plastic canvas patterns featured because there don't seem to be many new patterns around. I think I would cut out the pattern first, then stitch it. That's how most PC patterns used to be and it seems easier to me. I don't see where/what she did that would take 6 hours to dry, though. I assume she meant glue but I don't see a reference to glue in the instructions. Am I just not seeing it?

Hello Paver2! Thank you for pointing that out about the glue. I just now saw your comment and have corrected that part on the tutorial! No glue is required for this snowman. I often work on and write up several projects simultaneously and probably had another project in mind as I wrote that. Sorry that I confused you.

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