Make these super simple and soft snowballs for indoor play. Gather the family and have a snow fight without any cold hand and hurt faces. Crocheted soft toy like these are fun to use at any age.
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Yarn: 1 skein Paintbox Chenille
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Start by making a magic ring.
1. 8 sc in a mr, pull ring closed (8)
2. 2 sc in each st (16)
3. *1 sc, 2 sc in nest st* x8 (24)
4. 1 sc in each st (24)
5. 1 sc in each st (24)
6. 1 sc in each st (24)
7. 1 sc in each st (24)
8. *1 sc, sc2tog* x8 (16)
Stuff your snowball loosely, you do not want the snowballs to be too hard when thrown.
9. Sc2tog x8 (8)
Cut your yarn and secure your ends.
Repeat until you have enough snowballs for the perfect indoor snowfight.
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