by carolpountney 30 Nov 2016

I have been playing this week and this is what I have done tall santa, angels and gnomes all done with the same pattern only adjusted top or bottom depending on what I wanted to achieve all triangle shape with rounded bottom. Short santa made from log cabin type square you get two angels from one square

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by lbrow 03 Dec 2016

Nice!/Lillian

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by sllakin 03 Dec 2016

Such a cute Christmasy display! Lovely job!

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by kafa 02 Dec 2016

cudaśnie :)

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by crazypatchmama 01 Dec 2016

You really did a good job, love the angels most. :)

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by pennyhal2 01 Dec 2016

These are really interesting and creative! I could see these as a group on a mantel Or on the bathroom counter...or everywhere! Good work!

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by worthy 30 Nov 2016

How creative!!! Wonderful job. Love them Thanks for sharing.

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carolpountney by carolpountney 01 Dec 2016

Thank you fun to make

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by Smokey12 30 Nov 2016

These are precious. You have a great set here. Also, I love your holder for the rolls of stabilizer, etc, in the background. Of you make a spare, I can send you an address, lol, just kidding. It is a pretty design on the holder.

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carolpountney by carolpountney 01 Dec 2016

Thank you wow never thought of the background maybe I should take a picture of that wall and show it off some machine embroidery and some hand embroidery, never thought anyone would be interested in the background

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by sandralane 30 Nov 2016

What a terrific collection you have made, well done. Sandra.

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carolpountney by carolpountney 01 Dec 2016

Thank you Sandra

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by pennifold 30 Nov 2016

These are all fabulous love ❤️ Chris

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carolpountney by carolpountney 01 Dec 2016

Thank uou Chris they were fun to make

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by ethan 30 Nov 2016

These are lovely, I have saved patterns for the gnome and Log cabin Santa. All sewing machines and fabric are still packed away, so perhaps next year.

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carolpountney by carolpountney 30 Nov 2016

Thank you

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by laffma1 30 Nov 2016

What a beautiful, and fun, collection you have made! How did you achieve the beards on your gnones?

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carolpountney by carolpountney 30 Nov 2016

All I did was to sew wool onto the top part of a triangle shape of felt , gave him a beard cut then glued it on the little gnomes but first I sewed a bead on for the nose on the taller one there are two different types of wool I like the taller ones beard quite fluffy

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by carolpountney 30 Nov 2016

Sorry also meant to say Christmas tree also done with 3 double sided triangles

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carolpountney by carolpountney 30 Nov 2016

Alteration should be you get two Santa's from one square not angles

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