Snow Pockets

When Christmas comes around I’m always looking for a new way to package up cash or gift cards.  There aren’t too many ways to make $$ look cute, so Bunny Hill to the rescue!

Snow pockets are simple to make and they’re perfect to hold cash or gift cards.  You can hang them on a tree, use them at a place setting, hang from a chair or a garland.  Whatever you dream up to put inside,  little gifts are going to look special!

You’ve never worked with wool before?  Don’t worry, I’ve made it easy.  Just follow my wool applique tutorial and use my free pattern!

Wool Applique Simplified

Snow Pockets

To get you started we’ve made up a kit that includes everything you need;  100 % wool, Cosmo floss, buttons, ribbon and a chenille needle!  Just add glue, scissors and freezer paper.  You’ll find it here on my website.

I hope you enjoy making these little Snow pockets!



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  • mimi'sdarlins - Anne, you’ve done it again! You’ve taken a basic little snowman and created something simply adorable :)
    Such a sweet way to present a little gift…and thank you for the tutorials!ReplyCancel

  • Donna Liljegren - So cute, Anne! Thanks for again sharing your great ideas.ReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - this is so adorable. thanks for sharing. I am going to be making some of these little pockets for sure.ReplyCancel

  • ginger - Many thanks Anne! I so much appreciate when designs and patterns are shared. I can’t wait to get started on a Snow Man “Snow Pocket” Bunches of sewing love!ReplyCancel

  • Allie - So, so cute – thank you!!!!ReplyCancel

  • sandra - This is too cute, thank you! I will be sharing your creation with my quilt guild and directing them to your website. Love it, SandraReplyCancel

  • Bari Jo - Thank you, Anne! I appreciate the wool applique print out!!! Your pattern is adorable, too!ReplyCancel

  • Bari Jo - ps – do you have trouble stitching through the glue when it is dried? I was just wondering if it was difficult to get the needle through the line of glue as the applique is done – thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Ronda - Thanks Anne this is so cute! your ideas and patterns are so fun!ReplyCancel

  • ♥ marylin ♥ - Hello, I am writing from France, I have seen the project: Autumn house, can you tell me if you could join in all tissues model for its realization, if so can you tell me the total price with the plug to this project, I thank you in advance courteously marylinReplyCancel