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Thursday, December 1, 2011

MAKE THIS SANTA ORNAMENT


I was visiting Barb at Bejeweled Quilts today (I love her blog) and discovered that she was very busy making Santa Ornaments.  They are so cute that I had to get busy and make some myself.  I think it took me longer to gather the items in my sewing room (I knew I had everything…even the bells…it was just finding them) than it did to make them.  
 This little guy is so quick and easy to make.  Here he is hanging on my Christmas tree.  You can make some too….for neighbors, for co-workers, for package trimmings, or for your own tree. You’ll want to make dozens of them.  Go to Barb’s blog and see what she is doing (and should not have done LOL) and then get the link to the pattern.  You won’t be disappointed.
 
Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!
Caroll

7 comments:

Linda said...

He is darling!!! Love his little red nose!

Barb said...

I love how you did the nose, and the bell at the end of the hat....I need to come over there and you can teach me clever things.

sew.darn.quilt said...

These are way too cute not to stitch up for the season! Thank you for the links.

Carolyn

Mary said...

I am making some today! Sewing on Thursday at the quilt shop!

Michele Bilyeu said...

Too cute! Thanks for sharing and the link. Barb is great and I need to pay her blog more visits!

Allie said...

Those are really cute!

Mama Pea said...

That is great! We will see what I have time to make this year...

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