NEW Santa for 2009! Pattern for a 20" woodsy santa that is constructed from cloth & paper clay. Easy to follow instructions with photos walk you through the process of making this wonderful guys face...it is much easier then you may think! Gently tucked in santa's arms is Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer. Real spruce pine and vintage chenille candycanes adds additional charm to this piece. Check out our supplies category for the Paper Clay & chenille candycane pipecleaners needed for this pattern.
"In the meadow we can build a snowman, and pretend that he is Parson Brown"....
Pattern for an 18" quick & easy snowman. A simple one piece body makes for simple construction. Parson is sporting his favorite brown wool top hat & old brown winter skates. A sparse bundle of dried Sweet Annie and a vintage candy cane are tucked under his arm for added charm. Be sure to check out our CALICO category for the great green wooly flannel used for Parson's scarf! Vintage candycane pipecleaners and Sweet Annie can be found under the SUPPLIES category.
Introducing our 2008 St. Nick pattern! Instructions for a 22" St. Nick that is dressed in a wooly flannel robe. The pocket is stitched on 25 count Dublin Flax linen with little pine trees & reindeer motifs. The pocket is then backed in civil war reproduction calico. Dried Sweet Annie and vintage candy cane pipecleaners are tucked into the pocket for added detail and charm.
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