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Friday, May 25, 2012

REINDEER GAMES PATTERN # 2

It’s Friday and time for the second posting of Reindeer Games.  Above is my pattern done in redwork.  I hope you like this little guy.  I think he looks like he’s had a little too much Christmas Cheer!  But I liked him and included him in my wallhanging.  Remember the post where I quoted Buffie as saying that each quilt says something about you.  I’m wondering what this character says about me.  LOL  Anyway you can get the pattern here.  Also, check out what pattern Barb of Bejeweled Quilts is posting today (I think it is different).  While there, check out her post for yesterday as she is having a nice fabric give-away! Then get your creative juices flowing by checking out the Flicker Group to see what others have done.
I hope you are enjoying our “game” and will join us again in two weeks for our next reindeer pattern.  You can still get the first pattern by going to this post.  Above is my appliqué version of that pattern. 

Until then, you might want to check out The Crafty Quilter for a May Day Basket wallhanging tutorial.


Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!
Caroll

6 comments:

Allie said...

Adorable, Caroll!!! I still have to get mine printed, it's such an ordeal to get things printed around here....lol...hubby still needs to fix the printer!

Mama Pea said...

So cute! I hope I can get caught up this summer!

Lynn said...

I'm ready for #2. Better get him printed out and prepped for stitching.

Sally said...

sew cute! Hope you like my version of Dasher (whitework on green)--I'm going to alternate red and green backgrounds, I think, maybe throw in the odd gold too!
(flicker insists on using my sallyqiad ID from Yahoo)

Connie said...

How cute! I have Barb's patterns downloaded....now to find time to "play" with them!

cq4fun said...

Thank you so much. I love the reindeer!

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