It’s the final week of the six week series dedicated to ornaments that double as gift card holders! This week I created an easy little snowman’s hat that would make Frosty proud.
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This pattern is very easy. The hat is constructed of two panels that are crocheted together. The only stitch used in the hat is single crochets.
The holly is crocheted separately using slip stitches, half double crochets, triple crochets and chains. But, what I love most about this pattern is the adorable tiny jingle bells that are the berries! What ornament would be complete without a little jingle?
I found these little bells at Hobby Lobby. If you don’t happen to have a Hobby Lobby close by or refuse to shop there for whatever reason, I found a great tiny bell substitute offered by Amazon. You can see them at this link.
Creating these thread ornament patterns was so much fun! I hope that you all enjoyed them as much as I did.
For those of you that prefer yarn to thread, I will be doing a series of yarn ornaments next year!
In case you missed the previous week’s patterns, you can see them here…
Any of these patterns will hold a gift card and make a great thoughtful gift!
Here is a pin for your Pinterest boards…
Which thread ornament pattern was your favorite? Feel free to comment down below. I’d love to hear your opinion!
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Snowman’s Hat Ornament/Gift Card Holder
- Red Heart Classic Crochet Thread Size 10 Victory Red – 300 yds /274 m
- Red Heart Classic Crochet Thread Size 10 Black – 300 yds /274 m
- Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread Size 10 Myrtle Green – 350 yds/320 m
- B (2.25 mm) hook
- Tapestry Needle
- Decorative ornament hook
- 3 – .24” (0.6 cm) jingle bells
- Sewing needle and thread
Finished Size Approximately:
3 1/8” H x 3 1/2” W
16 single crochet stitches and 17 rows in a 2” (5 cm) square.
Back Loops Only (BLO)
FC – foundation chain (beginning chain)
ch(s) – chain(s)
st(s) – stitch(es)
sc – single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
tc – triple crochet
sl st – slip stitch
BLO – back loops only
- The Snowman Hat is constructed of two panels that are single crocheted together. The holly is crocheted separately and stitched on using a tapestry needle and the long tail of the leaves.
*** American crochet terms used throughout.
FC: Ch 27
Row 1: In 2nd ch from hook, sc. Sc in each ch across. Turn. (26 sc)
Row 2 – Row 5: Ch 1, sc in each st across. Turn. (26 sc)
Attach thread in the 5th st from the end of the row.
Row 6 – Row 12: Ch 1, sc in next 18 sts. Turn. (18 sc)
Attach thread in same st you finished off the red.
Row 13 – Row 30: Ch 1, sc in next 18 sts. Turn. (18 sc)
FC: Ch 6
Round 1: Working in BLO, in 2nd ch from hook, sl st. *(hdc, tc, hdc) all in next ch, sl st in next ch, (hdc, tc, hdc) all in next ch, sl st in last ch* Ch 2. Working along the opposite edge of the FC, sl st in next st. Repeat from * to * once. Ch 3, sl st in 1st st of round.
Finish off. Leave a long tail for sewing.
Place a holly leaf on one of the hat panels and with the tapestry needle and long tail, tack stitch the leaf into place. Repeat with the second leaf.
With the sewing needle and thread, stitch 3 tiny jingle bells into place at the base of the holly leaves.
Place the two panels of the hat together with right sides facing outward. Using your crochet hook and the black thread, begin single crocheting evenly down the side of the hat.
Note: You will not be stitching the top of the hat closed.
When you reach the red, either finish off the black or color change to red. Continue single crocheting the panels together along the red hat band. Once you reach the black hat brim, either finish off the red or color change to black. Single crochet evenly along the edge of the brim. In every corner, (sc, ch 1, sc) all in the same space. Repeat this process of changing colors as you work up the opposite side of the hat. When you get to the top, without stitching the top closed, finish off the black.
Weave in all ends.
Insert your decorative hook near the top of the hat along the trim.
I do hope you enjoyed this six week series! Be sure to check out all of the week’s ornaments.
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