NOTE: My internet has been down since Thursday night. As you might have noticed I didn’t get Friday. I will post it Monday, December 17, 2018 with the last pattern on Tuesday.
Today is the last of the snowmen… Tomorrow I will be doing a snowflake, but I will also be featuring a fun tutorial for creating your own.
Today’s snowman is very simple, but oh so cute. It is simply the face of a snowman. So it’s quite like I said.. simple.
I’m also introducing another pattern, it’s become somewhat of a tradition for me to do for the last three years.
Let’s get inside the post and see what’s happening today.
She comes in 6×9, 9×11, and 12×14. The free version of this pattern is offered in the 9×11 size.
I originally made this pattern to fit a t-shirt. I think this would make a fun addition to any t-shirt or sweatshirt in my closet and I have plenty of blank sweatshirts I could add this little cutie on.
SVG files are available for this pattern as well as a small machine embroidery design also when you purchase the pattern.
The free pattern has been removed. The pattern has been deleted…
The next pattern today has become some sort of an unmeaning tradition. I have often said that one of my favorite things to collect is Nativity scenes. On my blog, I have done 3 different nativity scenes over the years and this year I have a new one.
It is beautiful as an ornament for the tree and stunning when created as a pillow and everything in between.
This pattern comes with SVG files, no embroidery is involved in the block.
It goes together very quickly, there are very few pieces to this pattern, although while it looks like a stencil, it does have a few pieces that are not attached to the other shapes.
My Other Nativity Patterns
Other Events Today
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Janeen is doing her 5th year of patterns from Dec 3rd to Dec 13, she is opting to tell the story of Twas The Night Before Christmas in 10 days. Her patterns are like mine available only for 24 hours and are downloaded on Craftsy.
My friend at Quiltshop Gal is doing a series of tutorials on other blogs that are featuring fun projects. While she’s already been doing this for the last six days, it’s easy and fun to look at the different blog posts and seeing what other bloggers are featuring on there blogs. I bet you will find some new bloggers you’ve never known were out there before also. Go have a look.. Click the image to visit Quiltshop Gal.
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