This cute snowman candy cane holder works up quickly and would make a great stocking stuffer for kids. The snowman holds 2 candy canes that form the arms and legs. Keep reading to learn how to get the plastic canvas pattern.
Each year, I like to make little treats for my kids’ Christmas stockings. After seeing some embroidered candy cane holders where the candy canes formed the arms and the legs, I was inspired to make this cute little snowman candy cane holder from plastic canvas.
This Christmas candy cane holder is super quick to stitch. I did mine over a couple of evenings, but part of that time was spent designing the pattern.
I plan on stitching up a few more of these candy cane holders – Santa, an Elf, and a Reindeer – in the near future. I want each of my kids to have one that is a different design. So watch for those patterns coming soon!
Snowman Candy Cane Holder Plastic Canvas Pattern Details
Finished size: The finished plastic canvas candy cane holder measures approx. 8-1/2″ x 3-3/4″ (with the candy canes). Just the snowman itself measures 5″ x 3″.
Colors of yarn used: 4
Stitches used: continental (half cross-stitch, overcast, and whipstitch)
Plastic canvas used: 7 count
Snowman Candy Cane Holder Supplies
- 7 count plastic canvas
- plastic canvas needle
- worsted weight yarn in white, red, black, and orange
- 2 candy canes
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