I’m happy that I had time to finish. They had the carrot outlined in the pattern but I did half of it and decided that it looked better without. Since we don’t have our tree up just yet, he’s hanging on our refrigerator for the time being.
Here is the one from last year.
They are both stitched on 18 count fabric.
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This week I’ve been working on this Stoney Creek snowman from Snow Happens. He is one of four. I made one last year as a tree ornament and again this year.
All of them are just as cute as they can be. I’ll post the finished product when I’m all done.
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Here is a hostess gift you can put together quickly. it’s one of a kind, and will be appreciated. A bread cloth is such a nice way to wrap and contain rolls.
I used this chart from freepatterns.com. They give you more of a border if you want to do placemats.The download option is just below their photo.
Well, I’d better go make some rolls for our Thanksgiving Day gathering. Take time to appreciate your families. From my home to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!
I found this pretty pattern on Giraffe Crossing. The pattern is by Carole Dieffenbacher and is called “Spiralbre”. She uses silk thread on hers.
She also provides a link to the PDF
Time to get started on some Christmas stitching and Herrschners has this free download on their web site.
You can buy individual music box kits from them that come with a chart, or you could use the pattern for a box that you already own. Just follow this link and click on the Download option next to the image.
Have fun with it!
Here is such a pretty little pillow pinkeep that you could put together quickly. It comes from xLeki that she shared in 2012. She shares it via a link that reads “a sample was” uploaded…
If you’d like to sew it too, go see her PDF.
Something to do while you recover or celebrate the US election outcome.
Have a good weekend!
This chart was offered in 2014 from Needleprint.
It’s such a cool pattern that is timeless in its design.
These cute little pilgrims are a gift from Jean Farish of “Just One More Stitch“.
She posted it in 2014 and it is one that never outgrows the season. You can find it here. The link to the PDF is just under her image.
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