by radmom 06 Dec 2014

It's that time of year that hubby makes boilo for his co-workers. This year it is Apple Pie A la Mode, and we decided Krampus would be the focus on the bags I made. The design is from Urban Threads, and this was my first time stitching on burlap. 23 bags for the jars in all! I rushed to finish the last ones on Thursday so hubby could give them at work that night. He nicknamed it Coal Country Krampus Cure to keep the Krampus away when he does his rounds on Dec 5th. I wrote the poem also.

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by bemara 07 Dec 2014

Ein schönes Geschenk, tolles Design - schöne Arbeit:-))

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radmom by radmom 07 Dec 2014

Vielen Dank! There was a niedlich Krampus design, but mein Mann didn't want niedlich!

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by pennifold 07 Dec 2014

What a great gift idea. I'm assuming the Krampus is the opposite to St. Nicholas - I know the Europeans celebrate St. Nicholas Day on the 6th December. I hope they all appreciate how much work you've put into these gifts. Love Chris

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radmom by radmom 07 Dec 2014

You are correct about Krampus! He's a very mean bugger! My husband works with mostly men. They said thanks and that's nice. I think they appreciate the boilo brew more than the bag, although one still has the Humbug bag I made last year.

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by justsew 07 Dec 2014

lovely.
Hugs Pam

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by katydid 06 Dec 2014

Lots of work. love it!

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by baldacchino 06 Dec 2014

Grown ups only I love it ???

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by sonjapotgieter 06 Dec 2014

Gorgeous

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by crosses 06 Dec 2014

Super job!

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by gwillmann 06 Dec 2014

This whole thing is so great. You put a lot of thought and work into the gifts. I had to look up boilo to see what that was. Now I want to make friends with you so I can receive this gift. It sounds like a great tradition.

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by baydreamer 06 Dec 2014

Wow this is super! Well done.

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by michemb 06 Dec 2014

these are great, nice look on the burlap

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radmom by radmom 06 Dec 2014

I thought it was appropriate for the subject since the Krampus collects the really bad children in a burlap sack to punish them.

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