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February 18, 2013
I haven't had a ton of spare time these past few days,
but I did manage to steal a couple of hours for a little crafty fun.
These ornaments are soooooo addictive!
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Oh my word - those are so cute!!
oh it's so cute! I used a deep red for my coat, and it turned out nicely, although your stitching on the mittens is far more precise and perfect!
So adorable already! Hope you get more minutes to enjoy crafting this weekend! :)
Krystine, your ornaments are so pretty and nearly finished! I am ordering the ice skating set myself this year - you inspired me. Have you used the Cosmo 2-strand floss on a spool? Someone was really thinking when they created this. No more separating strands! I am trying to find it in southern California and can't. Here are the colors it comes in. I hear it's dreamy to stitch with. http://www.lecienusa.com/thread/multiwork/
Cute. :)Happy weekend Kristyne,V x
Sooooo cute! That red coat is my favorites of Alicia's ornaments too!
How adorable!! So tiny! So precise! Loving it all...
that little coat is so cute! happy stitching!
So adorable!! I love all her ornaments!! Happy weekend to you! xo Heather
Kristyne... this is just exquisite work! Love all the fine stitching you have done! Thanks for sharing with us! Kathi
How adorable! Your stitches are perfect I must add.
The little red coat is so adorable! Alicia's felt ornaments are all lovely and must be a real joy to make....you are doing a beautiful job on the stitching too! Hope you are having a wonderful weekend Kristyne :)Helen x
ahhh this is sooo cute Kristyne!! I love all the detail, completely inspired as always! xo
I just love your blog and all of your talent. I am sneaking out of my normal lurking to inquire do you use the wool felt suggested on the pattern or do you use the craft acrylic felt? I have never worked with felt and find it difficult to find the wool felt locally wondered if these would be just fine using the acrylic that is so readily available. Would love to hear your thoughts on this?
Please and Thank you an admirer from IowaNicole
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