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Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Christmas Ornaments Made from Felt

Good morning! Whew, I have been busy.  My daughter and her husband have bought a house (only 1/2 block from me) and will be moving at the end of the month. So we are all caught up in boxing up and moving things around.  I have been stitching a little, but not as much as I hoped.  However, I did finish my Christmas giveaway that I will be posting about soon.

Today, I just wanted to share some sweet "free" Christmas felt/wool patterns  from Better Homes and Gardens that I came across. There are over twenty to choose from. Here are a few that caught my eye!
It's rainy here today and blustery. The perfect day to whip up some home-made chicken soup, corn bread, and to spend the evening stitching with a kitty curled in your lap.  Sending wishes for a peaceful Tuesday.

7 comments:

  1. Oh thank you sooo much for calling attention to the BHG FREE ornie patterns. I have been looking for something like that for my feather tree. Bless you!!

    hugs!!
    Carol

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  2. I saw the pennies the other day and was thinking that they would be fun to make as little gifts.

    Debbie

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  3. These patterns are so adorable! Thank you for posting them! I also love the Kitty and the Crow! Thank you! Have a Blessed week!
    Katie
    Willow Creek Homestead

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  4. Wow! Great free patterns...how wonderful it must be to have your daughter so close...I would love that!!

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  5. Sweet little ornies - thanks for the info! (Now, to find time to stitch!!) Dreary, and cold here too - with snow in the forecast for tomorrow. Ick. Big ICK.....But you paint a cozy picture with that soup, stitching and kitty love! Enjoy! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

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  6. TOOO CUTE!!!!!!! Thx for sharing!

    Smiles - Valerie

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  7. Thanks for sharing the info on the ornie patterns...so cute!!

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