Chantel Haider

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Sock Snowmen are a fun and easy craft for any ages! All you need is five simple products to complete this craft! To the left are the supplies you will need!


  • Cut the sock in two just below the heel by a few inches and set the half with the toe aside. Turn the sock inside out.
  • Tie the cut end of the sock closed very tightly with a piece of white thread
  • Pull the sock through the middle of the roll of duct tape and roll the edges over so the sock opens like a funnel. Fill your sock with rice. The more rice you add, the bumpier your snowman will be so that it looks like packed snow.
  • Remember not to over fill! You still need to be able to close it. Before you close the top, stand the sock so the tied part is on the bottom and carefully shape a head by shaping and pinching the sock a few inches below the opening.
  • Tie the top of the sock closed with another piece of white thread, knitting it tightly. Where you shaped the “neck” earlier to mark the size of your snowman’s head, tie another thread.
  • Pull as tightly as your rice will allow and knot the thread so the rice does not slip through and make your snowman’s head shrink.
  • Cut some scrap fabric and tie it around your snowman’s neck as a scarf. Fold the cut edge of your sock’s toe upward a few times like a hat cuff.
  • Place the folded sock toe on your snowman’s head. Glue buttons down the front of your snowman’s tummy for some cute detail.
  • Give your snowman a face using markers, fabric paint, or sewing pins with colored ends!
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