Jacquelynne Steves

Free Embroidery Pattern- Happy Snowman!

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What a happy little guy! Here in the northern hemisphere, the winter is hanging on for just a bit longer, but cute snowmen always cheer me up! What will you do with this Free Happy Snowman Embroidery Pattern? I think it would be very cute on a dish towel or mug rug. Or you could start working on a Christmas stocking for next year… Try using all different shades of blue, or classic red & green Christmas colors!  It would also be cute to print out for coloring sheets for your kids or grandkids (or yourself!)

Click here to download the free PDF pattern.

Getting creative with a pattern is something I LOVE to do- I love seeing how many different ways I can use it. That’s why I started The Art of Home Club– every month, I not only give you lots of new super cute patterns, but I give you TONS of ideas for how to use them! Scroll down to the bottom of this post to see some photos of our adorable Club projects!

We only up enrollment to new members a few times per year- You can sign up in the box below to get on our waiting list and we’ll let you know more when we open our doors to new members!

Did you know that I have lots of embroidery videos to help you get started with hand embroidery? It’s a great hobby that anyone can do! If you are a complete beginner, I’ll show you everything you need to know, from supplies to basic stitches, to help you get started. And even if you have experience with embroidery, you may pick up a few new tips! Videos are right below!

(But keep reading for a special announcement!)

Very soon, we will be opening up The Art of Home Club to new members! What is The Art of Home Club? The Art of Home Club is an exclusive “neighborhood” for friends who want additional monthly projects and patterns from The Art of Home.  You will have access to members only videos and other content, plus new patterns and projects as they are released every month.

Click here to find out more and to get on our “waiting list” and be the first to find out when we open up to new members!

You will want to be on this special waiting list, because I’ll be offering special “bonuses” on the first day we open, and I don’t want you to miss out.

Below are some of our previous projects. Soon I will be showing you the adorable projects that our members will be working on in the next few months- we’d love to have you sew and create along with us!

5 Comments

  • Monica Kostak
    Posted February 20, 2019 at 1:45 pm | Permalink

    cute snowman-I just printed. Since lunch is over I’ll be back to read this evening…thanks so much for the lovely pattern. We haven’t had snow here in Texas for a few years now!(at least the central part where I’m at!) I miss snow days……….

  • Vivian Oaks
    Posted February 20, 2019 at 9:21 pm | Permalink

    Thanks so much for the cute snowman!! He’s adorable! My area had a lot of closures because of snow and ice today! I’m lucky that I’m retired, so didn’t have to go out, but I wouldn’t have gone out anyway. Much too much slipping and sliding out there for me!! (In Western PA)

  • Posted February 20, 2019 at 11:08 pm | Permalink

    Hi,

    I help run a 4H Fair in Western Massachusetts.

    I help with the part called the Challenge Projects. This is where we provide materials and instructions for the kids to make projects that they can bring to and show in our annual 4H Fair in the end of July. We also open this activity to kids who do not belong to a 4H group.

    I rec’d an email about your site – showing a free download for an embroidered snowman – it’s really cute. I also noticed that you have 2 videos about embroidery – stitches and hints. I did offer an embroidery project several years ago, and it rather flopped – even though I did up some printed instructions for the stitches, etc.

    Is there any chance I could use your videos about embroidery for this year’s 4H Challenge Projects?
    I think a video would work much better than having the kids read instructions.

    The kids range in age from 6 years old to 18.years old. When I offered the project last time, I offered 2 different ones – per age group: one for 6-10, and the other 11-18.

    I leave it as just an embroidery in a hoop, since most of these kids don’t know how to sew ;-(
    I did say they could contact me for a pattern to make their embroidery into a pillow, but that was optional. (No one asked ;-( )

    One of the mom’s is again going to try to run a basic sewing class next year, but the last time we offered the class only 3 kids signed up, so we opted not to run that class.

    Please let me know, and I will continue to look at your sire – it is quite wonderful. Thanks for posting it, and I am so glad that I found it.

    Thanks, Alice Boyd Southwick, Mass

    One of the

  • Pat
    Posted February 20, 2019 at 11:12 pm | Permalink

    Merci pour ce motif
    En France nous avons eu de la neige mais pas longtemps

  • Claudia Griffin
    Posted February 21, 2019 at 4:31 pm | Permalink

    Thank you so much for all of your wonderful patterns, stories and wonderful art. I love everything I see on your site and want it all!!
    Silly me. I am 78 so I had better get on my giddy up stick and get busy. Thank you again. I do sew enjoy everything you post.

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