Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Needles-n-Pins Stitcheries: Pine Cone Ornament Tutorial

I don't know when all of you put your trees up and decorating them, but I like to wait for about 10 days before Christmas. Even if you do it earlier you can still make theses really cute pine cone elves ornaments for your tree. I found them on Martha Stewart. I think I will have to make these for my grandkids. 


Happy crafting!

Colleen :)




Thursday, December 7, 2017

Crochet Rudolph C2C Blanket


Just look at that face! I can't help but smile when I see him. This would make a great gift for you or someone you love. Repeat Crafter Me has full instructions and charting to complete this blanket in no time. Simply click on the photo above, grab your yarn and hook and get started right away.

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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Needles-n-Pins Stitcheries: Quilt As You Go Stocking Tutorial

Now that the Christmas season is in full swing let's work on making a scrappy stocking that you can quilt as you go. If you are like me I have a HUGE stash of Christmas fabrics that would work well for this project. It is from Scrappy Patch


Have fun!

Colleen :)








Thursday, November 30, 2017

Christmas Sock Snowmen Tutorial



Oh my...how cute are these? Have single socks that don't have a match? Have someone in the family that owns a gazillion pairs? These adorable Christmas Sock Snowmen will bring smiles to everyone's faces and no one will even miss the pair you plucked out of their drawer! For the full tutorial with beautiful pics, visit Brittany at Darkroom & Dearly by clicking on the photo above.

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Kidz Korner - Popsicle Stick Christmas Trees


Kidz LOVE making and decorating for Christmas. These Popsicle Stick  Christmas Trees may need a little adult help but the little ones will have lots of fun making them and displaying them. I suggest putting their names and dates on the back and in years to come when the kidz are decorating for their own families, you can give them to them for the grands to enjoy! Pop on over to One Little Project blog for the full tutorial and variations on the decorating. Simply click on the photo above.

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