Crochet Christmas Sniffle Stations
These Crochet Christmas Sniffle Stations, designed by Michelle Moore, from Nova Scotia are now 3 free crochet patterns to enjoy. They are novelty based on the Christmas theme and are essentially tissue box covers made cute.
The tissue box is turned up on its side and the dispensing of the tissues is just below the nose. Along with the tissues, each character is holding a basket where a bottle of Purrel Sanitizer can sit.
Cute for the office, fabulous for home. They just make you smile. There are three pdfs. Michelle and I did a straight exchange of resources and I can offer you this for free, exclusively here on The Crochet Crowd, as per our arrangement.
These are made primarily of Red Heart Super Saver with a hint of other yarns for the fluff.
Santa Sniffle Station
From the brisk winter air to the indoors, a good blow of the nose may be in order to freshen up when you get inside.
The step by step instructions on this cute jolly character will have you in stitches.
Download the Santa Sniffle Station Here or click the button below.
Elf Sniffle Station
The Elf Sniffle Station can be changed in colouring so you end up with a bunch of toy-making characters. You can add your own flair to the elves and maybe even add a bit of jingle to them.
You can download the Elf Sniffle Station Here or click the button below.
Reindeer Sniffle Station
Won’t you guide my sleigh tonight? After a good sleigh ride over the river and through the woods, a good blow of the nose is in order.
You can customize the colouring of the character and grab even other ideas from the other two to add on.
You can download the Reindeer Sniffle Station here or click the button below.
- Crochet C2C Elf Square Pattern
- Crochet Reindeer Blanket Pattern
- Crochet Candy Cane Santa Bag Pattern
- Crochet Santa Candy Jar
- Crochet Sanitizer Bottle Holder Pattern
Comments on “Crochet Christmas Sniffle Station Patterns”
Thank you very much! I wish I had milk cartons like that; our milk comes in bags. Now I am using fat shower rings instead. It is not the easiest to crochet around but it’s what I had, lol.
OMG thank you!! sooo cute!
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