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Snowman Christmas Wreath Knitting Pattern *DIGITAL DOWNLOAD*

Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas, especially with my new Snowman Christmas Wreath, this knitting pattern is an absolute joy to knit and very easy also, perfect to get you into the holiday spirit.
This pattern has such cute features, easy to follow, and perfect for beginners and knitters who have been working at their craft for years.
It even includes abbreviations for every stitch you will need to know to knit it.
It is sure to add Christmas spirit into anyone who see#39;s it, whether your putting it up in your own house or gifting it to someone.
This knitting pattern is only available in English.
*This knitting pattern is a Digital Download Only*

Required:

Needle Size- 4mm Single Point Needles (AUS).
Wool Ply- 8 Ply, DK.
1 Ball of Red Wool.
1 Ball of White Wool.
Tapestry Needle.
Polyester Toy Filling.
And A Little Pom Pom For The Beanie.
Sewn On Wobbly Eyes.

Finished Size: 37cm Tall and 30cm Wide.

It has listed row numbers to help keep track for each step of the way, with easy to follow instructions.
I have also included titles for each pieces so there is no wondering what piece you are knitting.

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Snowman Christmas Wreath Knitting Pattern *DIGITAL DOWNLOAD*

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