How can I contact dragonflyer? I too would like the pattern to make some. Thanks ~ Sandie
They are sooo cute would love to have the pattern.
So cute--I love their faces. I have my materials gathered in one place [since last year] I promised Kim I'd get it stitched out. Just need that great push to make me pull everything out and have a quiet day to stitch. These are so adorable.
OH MY GOSH ! These are so cute !
These are lovely well done,i would like to make some Please,have you got the site you purchased them from.thanks in advance x
The pinguins are a creation of one of our members here at cute : Dragonflyer. You might can ask her for the pattern.
Great job...glad you enjoyed making them...hope they were a hit!
Thanks so much for the designs Kim. I have enjoyed making them. I'm almost finished with the last 2 I had planned, but I doubt they will be the very last. The others have all been sent away, and I've had no feedback yet, but I'm sure they will be loved.
They are soo cute, how can I get them. Please
terrific job ~hugs~
They look wonderful, well done. Love Chris
Super Collection!!!!Well done...Gorgeous
These as cute as the rest I've seen posted. Great job to both of you, Kim you are so talented.
Isn't she though!
These are so cute!. I'll bet they are addictive! Kay
They are, I'm getting ready to make a couple more.
they look awesome oh i love your green grass mine is white and -20 tonight hugs
We've had a "norther" blow in and it's supposed to drop to 40 tonight. I don't mind as long as it doesn't freeze, and I can even handle that, but I worry about my plants. However, -20 I think would be a bit harder to put up with. Stay warm please
Thank you Kim, I'm sorry I'm so slow to get these posted. The top picture are the last two I made and got out before Christmas, barely. The middle picture is the front of the first one I made before Thanksgiving. I was trying to make it more of a toy than an ornament, so I played with the back to give it a little more depth, see the side view (bottom picture). I poofed out the bottom of the backing instead of sewing it flat against the front. I ended up stitching a triangle of fleece, by hand, to the bottom. I have a better idea for doing that now without adding the triangle, but I haven't tried it yet. I made 4 others in between, but forgot to take a picture before sending them on their way. The first is the only one I did with a poofed back. Now if I could just get a copy of the pattern for those snowballs!