by dragonflyer ( edited 21 Dec 2014 ) 21 Dec 2014

Oh no, my snowkids had a baby...I know, it's a bit small, but I was trying to do one in a 4x4 inch frame...but it was do-able...it's bigger than a golf ball and smaller than a handball...trying it out for a Cutie that only has a 4x4 inch frame...sigh...

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by teddygram 17 Dec 2015

I only have a 4x4 so please where can I get these so I may make them. They are so cute. TY

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by gerryvb 15 Dec 2015

I made these snowballs last year, and kids love them ! ( so do i by the way....) Yours are great. Oh I see these are of last year too...

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 15 Dec 2015

Thanks, Gerry..... :)

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by edwismcd 15 Dec 2015

Hi,
I am interested in this design. Can you plz plz share with me. I live in south Louisiana. This would be a great party for my 4 grandkids.

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer edited 15 Dec 2015

Thank you, I don't sell my designs but sometimes share them with active Cuties here...I have retired them for the time being...too much going on now with the holidays so close...

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by connerj 15 Dec 2015

Too cute - Kim, could I please get the design from you. We hardly ever get snow and I am sure my Grand daughter would love to have a snow ball fight. lol Hugs :)

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 15 Dec 2015

Thanks, Jeanette...with all the hustle and bustle now with the holidays sooo close, I have retired them for the time being...

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by carolpountney 15 Dec 2015

These are sooooo cute big or small

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 15 Dec 2015

Thanks, Carol...

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by bgclark88 15 Dec 2015

I love these ! Where do you get this pattern and embroidery design at? How much does it cost?

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 15 Dec 2015

Thank you, I don't sell my designs but sometimes share them with active Cuties here...I have retired them for the time being...too much going on now with the holidays so close...

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by my3sons 11 Dec 2015

They're adorable!

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 15 Dec 2015

Thank you...

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by Ossineu 09 Dec 2015

WOW , the snowballs are so great. Unfortunately, it looks as if we'll get this year is no more snow . This would be an alternative so that a snowball fight can be made :-)
Hugs, Angelika

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 15 Dec 2015

Thanks, Angelika...I don't get any snow where I live either!

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by justsew 09 Dec 2015

How brilliant you are so so clever .
Hugs pam

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 15 Dec 2015

Thanks, Pam...

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by blueeyedblonde 21 Jan 2015

love all your snowballs!

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by pamelahess 21 Jan 2015

Oh my goodness! Dragonflyer please please please where can I get these snowball designs. I absolutely LOVE them!

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 21 Jan 2015

Hi Pamela...you have a PM....your inbox is at the top and should have a red number next to it...

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by workbecky 10 Jan 2015

I love the small ones. Becky

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer edited 10 Jan 2015

Thank you, Becky...they are wee ones, aren't they...they are a bit fussy to sew, easier with small pins... but fun just the same...

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by dailylaundry 05 Jan 2015

Little one is sweet for little hands!

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 05 Jan 2015

Thanks, Laura...and slobber proof, too!

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by mechille 05 Jan 2015

How cute these are... Can't wait to try them for myself.. Keep up the good work.

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 05 Jan 2015

Thanks, Mechille...so nice of you to comment on these!

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by dday 29 Dec 2014

You do such nice work, I love my snowkids you designed.

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 29 Dec 2014

Thank you dday!! You did an excellent job on yours, too!

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by Shisha 29 Dec 2014

I love these! Where can I find these patterns? I would like to get started on Christmas 2015! (Now how crazy is that???! It is not even New Years!!! lol)

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by cloreta 28 Dec 2014

Oh how cute is that and again the whole family. Was it hard to stitch and turn.

Cloreta

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer edited 29 Dec 2014

Hi Cloreta...the "baby" was a bit fussy to stitch, but if you use small pins, it is much, much easier...turning was not a problem...thanks for your kind comments!

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by cfidl 22 Dec 2014

Lol! So glad your's are having babies! I made small one last year. Excellent job on the small stitching! Did you use cutaway or tear away?

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer edited 22 Dec 2014

Not sure what small one you made last year...I don't think I saw a picture in Projects...This was one that I was trying out for a fellow Cutie who only had a 4x4 frame and wanted an ITH snowball...I used a soft tear-away waffle type stabilizer..and

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by NancyBT10 22 Dec 2014

I love the baby snowball! You have really gone out of your way to spread happiness (especially, to that someone with only a 4x4 inch frame- sigh) ;)

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by marianb 22 Dec 2014

So sweet perfect for little hands..

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by basketkase 22 Dec 2014

LOL, Kim, what a cute snowkid.......these are sure to be a hit with your family!

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by ethan 22 Dec 2014

They are more than cute, where can I buy the designs. G

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by greytgirl 21 Dec 2014

Kim,
Congratulations on the new baby. He is snow adorable!!!!

Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year.
Hugs,
Donna D.

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by loosie 21 Dec 2014

Cute :)

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by RockyB 21 Dec 2014

Cute baby snowballs!

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by dentalclogger 21 Dec 2014

Cute !!!!! love the little guy

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by pldc 21 Dec 2014

wow Kim you did very well to fit the ball frame in such a small frame! Good job! Very challenging for sure

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by jofrog2000 21 Dec 2014

They look great, I need to figure out putting words on. I don't understand the size problem, as only the stitching part is done in the hoop. My snowballs from Charmingstation are done in the 4x4 hoop, and the finished snowball is softball sized. I just bought her smaller set-different faces, and a bit smaller. The sewing of the ball is done on a regular machine.
Jo

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 21 Dec 2014

It's all about the pattern...yes, the embroidery faces and message can be done in a 4x4 hoop...but not the outline of the body...you could cut a regular pattern to be whatever size ball you wanted...but not done in the hoop in a single hooping with a 4x4 hoop...unless you do the baby size...

jofrog2000 by jofrog2000 22 Dec 2014

I just don't understand the need to do some things all in the hoop, when it's faster (sometimes), takes less stabilizer and fabric, to do some sewing. Especially with these. Much rather make more per yard than have so much waste left over. And it's a simple sewn seam.

dragonflyer by dragonflyer 22 Dec 2014

It sounds like you have the perfect pattern for your needs...

cfidl by cfidl 22 Dec 2014

I think it is the perfection and consistency of doing it ITH instead of on the regular machine, at least for me it is.

jofrog2000 by jofrog2000 29 Dec 2014

You still have to sew it together with a sewing machine,

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by pennifold 21 Dec 2014

What a lovely wee baby! Love Chris

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 21 Dec 2014

Thank you, Chris...

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by EBD108 21 Dec 2014

How may we obtain these designs? So cute!!

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by carolpountney 21 Dec 2014

Have been admiring your snowballs all week, lovely

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 21 Dec 2014

Thank you, Carol...

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by Leaha edited 21 Dec 2014

Dragonflyer, if these are having babies they aren't little kids any more. Dirty old snowballs! Ya might know Grandpa is leading the pack! LOL

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 21 Dec 2014

Oh, Leaha!!!

Leaha by Leaha 21 Dec 2014

OOOOPS...the devil made me say/do it. :P

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by highlandermom 21 Dec 2014

Love the baby and the big one too and Merry Christmas to you.

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by noah 21 Dec 2014

lol love it hugs

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by nathb 21 Dec 2014

so cute, I hope do one, next year perhaps ..... Where I can find theses twice design ?
Thanks

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by kimmankel 21 Dec 2014

I would love to do these for some very special people.
Where can I get the design?

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by sonjapotgieter 21 Dec 2014

Lovely..They cute

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by rescuer Moderator 21 Dec 2014

You are so kind to give to Cuties -- always !

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 21 Dec 2014

Thank you, Rescuer..

pldc by pldc 21 Dec 2014

thank you Kim

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by elemausi 21 Dec 2014

Like the small one, but may be hard to sew together?

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dragonflyer by dragonflyer 21 Dec 2014

Thank you..not really that bad..but I would recommend using short pins..mine were 2" long and it would have been easier with regular short pins!

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