Sunday, November 29, 2015

Christmas Mouse Ornament Free Pattern From Lisa Bunting Thoms of Q.D. Patooties

If you love adorable mice then you'll be happy to know that Lisa Bunting Thoms of  Q.D. Patooties has an adorable mouse pattern to share. I hope you enjoy Lisa's mouse pattern.


Christmas Mouse Ornament Pattern

Copyright © 2007-2009 - All Rights Reserved - Lisa Bunting Thoms of Q.D. Patooties


Click on picture above to enlarge.

Here's the instructions and what Lisa said about her Christmas Mouse:  Remember that Mouse Ornament I showed you a couple of weeks ago that I made when I was a kid? It was my mom's design originally so I didn't think she would mind (yes, I talk to mom everyday and got the okay) if I updated it and made a new pattern (shown above) to share with you guys. 

All you need to do is to click on the pattern above and save it to your computer. After you click, the pattern will enlarge. Then, just right click and "Save Image As" to save it to your computer. 

When we made them about thirty years ago (yikes!), we used felt, some craft fur, a large pom pom, some glue-on googly eyes, a little ribbon and some pipe cleaners to make the candy cane. To make mine, I made a little pattern so you can make an actual body to fill the stocking instead of just stuffing it with Polyfil to make it look "occupied." I also added some arms so the mouse could hold on to the little candy cane. I also didn't have any "googly" eyes so I just backed a pair of black glass eyes with felt but you probably wouldn't need to do that if you used a lighter fabric. It's just that the fabric that I used was so dark, the eyes basically got lost in it.

Skinny Snowman Free Project by Lisa Bunting Thoms of Q.D. Patooties

If you like working with wool felt and roving  and like creating snowmen you'll be happy to know that Lisa Bunting Thoms of  Q.D. Patooties  has a wonderful wool felt and roving holiday project to share.  I hope you enjoy making her "Skinny Snowman."


Skinny Snowman Tutorial
Copyright © 2007 - All Rights Reserved - Lisa Bunting Thoms of Q.D. Patooties


Here's the instructions and what Lisa had to say about her Skinny Snowman Tutorial: 

Materials
  • Some Felting Wool in Cream, Black and Orange (you can buy this from Marr Haven Wool Farm, Ebay.com or Etsy.com)
  • 36T Felting Needle (again Marr Haven Wool Farm, Ebay.com or Etsy.com)
  • A Knee High Panty Hose or One Leg of a Pair of Panty Hose
  • A Foam Ball (like the ones you use in the swimming pool)
  • A Discarded Paper Towel Roll
  • Some Cotton Batting or Off White Felt (a fat quarter should do - 18"x22")
  • 18 Gauge Cloth Covered Floral Wire (really even a Pipe Cleaner would do for this project)
  • A Snowman Hat (Knitted or Felt)
  • Extras to Decorate Your Snowman (vintage buttons, pom poms, fancy yarn, wreath to hold, etc.)
  • A Small Amount of Polyfil Stuffing
  • Spray Adhesive
  • Beacon Craft Glue or Glue Gun
  • Needle and Thread
  • Clear Glitter
Directions


The Head. Start by wrapping a foam ball like the one you see in Figure 1with wool roving. After you cover the ball with the first layer, use your felting needle to felt the wool into the foam ball. Continue this process until the ball is almost completely covered like the one you see in Figure 2. Then, take your ball and put it in a nylon knee high. Tie a knot in the knee high as close to the ball as you possibly can. Run your ball under some water in your sink making sure to wet all sides. Squeeze as much water as you can out of the ball. Do this several times and then put your ball in the dryer. I usually put mine in with some jeans so it gets "roughed up" a little more and plus I usually have it on the highest heat when I'm drying jeans. Next, take your ball out of the dryer and it will be felted even more and almost have a smooth appearance. If you wish to add more cream to your head, you can do that now but you will also be adding your face which may cover up those bare spots anyway. Felt on a happy snowman eyes and smile with your black roving as show in Figure 3. Make a carrot nose using your orange roving. You may need to pull out your foam block to do this part of the project. Add some rosy color to your snowman's cheeks if you wish with some Prismacolor Markers or your favorite shading medium.

Gingerbread Coolies Vintage Light by Denise Bailey

This is an electric light I made using a vintage flour sifter as the base. The gingerbread cookies are so easy to make, you don't even need a pattern. I folded two separate squares of homespun to form triangles and placed them inside the inner edge of the sifter and then glued in place. I inserted pip berries for extra eye appeal. There are a total of 7 gingerbread cookies, the top layer of 3 are a little smaller than the first layer of 4. Once everything was in place and adjusted the way I wanted it, I hot glued them so they would stay in place. With a brush, I added some mod podge to the rim of the sifter and sprinkled German glass glitter to that, and also to the handle ( not seen in the photo).

Directions for making Gingerbread Cookies:

round lid, the size of the cookie you'd like ( cookie will be slightly smaller once sewed)

muslin

Trace lid on your muslin with a Mark-B-Gone marking pen, found in craft stores and notions department of WalMart. Draw a straight line about 1 1/2 inches down the center.

Use tracing line as your sewing guide sew the entire circle. Trim seams to about 1/4 inch.

On ONE side of the circle, make a slit where your straight line is, this will be for turning your circle right side out.

Dip your circles in a mixture of instant coffee/vanilla (3T. coffee, 2 T. vanilla) until you get the shade you desire. Squeeze out excess mixture and open circle, do not smooth it out. Place on baking sheet in warm oven ( 180 degrees) and leave door slightly ajar. After a few minutes turn circles over to dry the other side. Watch carefully so they don't burn. This does not take long to dry at all.

Stuff the circles with polyester fiberfill, but not too firm. Slip stitch the opening closed.

With Barn Red acrylic paint and a nice stiff brush, dry brush cheeks on. I like to use foil as my palette. To dry brush, dip brush tip into paint and dab several times on the palette and then in a circular motion apply 'cheeks'. Repeat until you get desired color ( light/darker).

To decorate with 'icing' I tried using the white fabric glue sticks, but I didn't have 'control' of where the icing went so instead I opted to make my own with white acrylic paint and elmers glue. I mixed equal amounts. You can use a thin paint brush to paint the icing on or the tip of a pencil. I have a stylus tool (see photo) and I like to use that as it has two different sized tips.

Let icing dry. Using the tip of a stylus, or pencil add two black dots using black acrylic paint for the eyes. Let dry.

Brush on a thin layer of mod podge ( other glue that dries clear will work too) on top of cookie as shown in photo. Let this dry and you've got yourself a cute little gingerbread cookie.

I purchased a bottle of Gingerbread linen spray and spray my cookies with this. If you are going to use these cookies at a craft show, spray well right before the show starts so your cookie scent will be stronger. Chances are your customers will ask where to get the spray so they can purchase some to restore the scent once it's dissipated.


Copyright © 2006 - All Rights Reserved — Written By Denise Bailey (aka NeeNee) who is a 54 year old mom & grandma who has been crafting for over 34 years for myself and family but only in the last 2 years have been actively crafting for profit via craft shows, eBay and an EZshoppe. My 'specialties' are primitives, country and folkart creations.I also love to create graphics. I was interested in drawing since I was very young, taking art classes all through high school. I always thought I'd go to an art school after graduation, but instead I got married and started a family. Six years ago, I purchased my first computer, and found PSP. I've been hooked since and have taught myself to make my own graphics using PSP's vector & nodes tool. My website is: KKL Primitives .  My Blogs are: The Krazy Kraft Lady and Menopausal Monster .

Dress It Up-Quick Ornaments - FREE Tutorial by Romona King of Northbrook Designs

I thought you might all like to know that Romona King of Northbrook Designs has created a wonderful FREE .pdf tutorial on creating "Dress It Up-Quick Ornaments" on her Northbrook Designs blog.



Dress It Up-Quick Ornaments
© 2008 by Romona King of Northbrook Designs

If you'd like to download Romona's tutorial please click on the picture above or CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD

Here's what Romona had to say about her tutorial: I thought you might like a quickie little ornament technique. They don’t look like your usual Christmas type ornaments, but then again, who says you can only have ornaments up at one time of the year. I could have used just Christmassy type embellishments, but like any other crafty thing, I didn’t follow any rules.

Please respect Romona's Terms of Use - Feel free to share this tutorial, but please remember to give me credit for the information contained here.

Copyright © 2008 - All Rights Reserved — Written By Romona King of Northbrook Designs. Romona is a crafter, doll maker, painter, needlework artist, and mixed media artist. You can visit her Northbrook Designs blog online at http://northbrookdesigns.blogspot.com/. You can also visit her Northbrook Designs shop at http://www.northbrookdesigns.com/.

Decorated Gloves For Christmas Tutorial by Romona King of Northbrook Designs


It's never the wrong time of the year to create decorations for Christmas.  At least as I'm concerned, so I thought you might all like to know that Romona King of Northbrook Designs has created a wonderful FREE .pdf tutorial on creating "Decorated Gloves For Christmas" on her Northbrook Designs blog.


Decorated Gloves For Christmas
© 2014 by Romona King of Northbrook Designs

If you'd like to download Romona's tutorial please click on the picture above or CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD

Here's what Romona had to say about her tutorial: I thought I would show you a DIY project I worked on that is so simple and easily translates into a decoration for you or a gift for a friend. I made an inexpensive pair of $ store gloves feel very special. Who says they have to be worn….they have a different purpose today. There are just a few details, but you can make these as ornate as you like, it will depend on the size of the gloves you use.

Please respect Romona's Terms of Use - Feel free to share this tutorial, but please remember to give me credit for the information contained here.

Copyright © 2014 - All Rights Reserved — Written By Romona King of Northbrook Designs. Romona is a crafter, doll maker, painter, needlework artist, and mixed media artist. You can visit her Northbrook Designs blog online at http://northbrookdesigns.blogspot.com/. You can also visit her Northbrook Designs shop at http://www.northbrookdesigns.com/.

Monday, November 23, 2015

Angel Doll & Craft Tutorials, Video's, Patterns and How-To's Pinterest Board




I just love angels and angel creations. If you do, too, I hope these tutorials, video's, patterns, and how-to's are helpful.

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Gingerbread Houses Tutorials, Video's, Patterns and How-To's Pinterest Board




I have always loved making gingerbread houses. The more elaborate the better. I hope you find the pictures, tutorials, video's and how-to's helpful in your gingerbread house creating.

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Sunday, November 22, 2015

Who Me? Angel Angela - Free Angel E-Pattern From Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals



"Who Me? Angel Angela" isn't quite sure why she's here or what her special mission is. When asked to do something she inevitably answers "Who Me?" She's a shy as a mouse and doesn't have a lot of confidence. She's not sure that she's really good at anything in particular and isn't too sure that she'll be able to fulfill her mission. Her charge is all the shy people out there.

"Who Me? Angel Angela" is a 5" wood doll pin angel. She has a painted gold painted wood body and flesh painted wood face. Her face is drawn and water colored shaded.

Her satin dress has a wired gold ribbon overdress. She has a mass of curly gold and cream string yarn doll hair along the sides of her head with the back left bald. She's carrying a gold painted bell with bow.

"Who Me? Angel Angela's" wings are made of a wired mesh ribbon and tied in a bow in back.


“Who Me? Angel Angela”, 5” Angel - Country Angel Woodcraft Doll E-Pattern - Christmas Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner

To view and download my free e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view our free e-pattern. Then just download our free .pdf e-pattern by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.

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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Sophisticated Gwen Shabby Chic Angel - Free E-Pattern by Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals



"Sophisticated Gwen" is the epitome of sophistication and style. She is very much in "vogue" and aware of the latest trends in fashion. Her special charge is to protect all the "high fashion models" out there. It's a big task as, let's just say, the "high fashion models" don't always behave themselves.

"Sophisticated Gwen" is a 5" wood doll pin angel. She has a painted gold painted wood body and flesh painted wood face. Her face is drawn and water colored shaded.

Her satin dress has a wired metallic ribbon overdress. She has a mass of loopy white doll hair along the sides of her head with the back left bald. There is a slim ribbon bow under her chin and she's carrying a small grapevine wreath decorated with thin ribbon and bows.

"Sophisticated Gwen's" wings are made of a wired ribbon and tied in a bow in back.


“Sophisticated Gwen”, 5” Angel - Snabby Chic Angel Woodcraft Doll E-Pattern - Christmas Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner

To view and download my free e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view our free e-pattern. Then just download our free .pdf e-pattern by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.

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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Happy Molly Angel - Free Angel E-Pattern By Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals




"Happy Molly Angel" could care less about fashion. In fact, style and fashion mean nothing to her. She'd much rather spend her day crafting up a storm and doesn't care if she breaks a nail or gets her hands messy. In fact, it doesn't even matter to her if her clothes get messy. Sometimes the messier the better. Her special charge is all the crafters out there. It's a tall order as there are millions and millions of them.

"Happy Molly Angel" is a 5" wood doll pin angel. She has a painted gold painted wood body and flesh painted wood face. Her face is drawn and water colored shaded.

Her satin dress has a gathered lace trim overdress. She has a mass of straight white knotty doll hair along the sides of her head with the back left bald. There is a satin ribbon bow under her chin and she's carrying a small grapevine wreath decorated with a knotty doll hair bow.

"Happy Molly Angel's" wings are made of a wired ribbon and tied in a bow in back.


“Happy Molly Angel”, 5” Angel - Primitive & Country Angel Woodcraft Doll E-Pattern - Christmas Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner

To view and download my free e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view our free e-pattern. Then just download our free .pdf e-pattern by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.

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Monday, November 16, 2015

Andy Angel and Annie Angel - Raggedy Angel Wood Dolls Free E-Patterns by Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals



Annie and Andy Angel are a very special "pair" of angels.

You see, they are "raggedy" angels and their charge is to protect all the "raggedies" out there. And, that is a really tall order as there are millions of Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy dolls out there.

Annie and Andy Angel are not sure exactly how to go about their mission. They don't know if Annie Angel should take all the Raggedy Ann's and whether or not Andy Angel should take all the Raggedy Andy's. They have a feeling that there are more Raggedy Ann's out there so that is a taller order.

They'll brainstorm together and then decide how they should approach their mission.


Andy Angel is a 5" Raggedy Angel wood doll pin. He has a painted gold painted wood body and flesh painted wood face. His face is drawn in Raggedy Andy style.

He's wearing his favorite blue print shirt with tie ribbon. He has thick, braided raggedy red yarn for his curly hair just along the top of his head. The sides and the back of his head are bald.

Andy Angel's wings are made of a wired ribbon and tied in a bow in back.


“Andy Angel”, 5” Angel - Raggedy Angel Woodcraft Doll E-Pattern - Christmas Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner

To view and download my free e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view our free e-pattern. Then just download our free .pdf e-pattern by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.



Annie Angel is a 5" Raggedy Angel wood doll pin. She has a painted gold painted wood body and flesh painted wood face. Her face is drawn in Raggedy Andy style.

She's wearing her lace trimmed dress which is gathered at her neck. She has thick, braided raggedy red mohair yarn for hair that sticks straight out of the sides of her head. The back is left bald.

Annie's Angel's wings are made of a cloth wired ribbon and tied in a bow in back.


“Annie Angel”, 5” Angel - Raggedy Angel Woodcraft Doll E-Pattern - Christmas Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner

To view and download my free e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view our free e-pattern. Then just download our free .pdf e-pattern by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.

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Please respect My Terms of Use:  All patterns, e-patterns, printables, e-printables, e-books, tutorials, how-to's, articles and other e-products © 2004-2015 Linda Walsh Originals-Designs by Linda Walsh. All rights reserved. Commercial selling or reselling by any means prohibited without the written consent of Linda Walsh.

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Items made from Linda Walsh Originals Products are intended for personal use for fun or small scale personal and business profit as long as you credit us with the design. Large scale commercial use (i.e. mass production) of items made from Linda Walsh Originals products are by permission only.

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Copyright © 2004 - 2015 - All Rights Reserved - Written By Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals and Linda's Blog. Linda is a doll maker and doll pattern designer.
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Sunday, November 15, 2015

Tattered Grace - Free Shabby Chic Angel Ornament Doll E-Pattern by Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals


"Tattered Grace" is an adorable Victorian or shabby chic angel with a secret.

She's as tomboyish as they come and loves to rough house it with the best of the boy angels. Of course, angels aren't supposed to rough house - at least that's what they've been told.  As a result she's constantly replacing her beautiful white dress as her dress has become tattered and unacceptable for wearing.

Tattered Grace doesn't mind changing her clothes all the time.  Clothes can be replaced.  Fun, on the other hand, can't be replaced.

"Tattered Gace" is a 12" shabby chic angel doll. She has a muslin body and black bead eyes. She has blushed cheeks and silver metallic DMC embroidery floss boot stripes.

Grace has a mass of beautiful, shiny white yarn hair glued all over her head. A gold halo hangs over her head.

She is wearing fringed bloomers that are gathered at the waist and legs. Her angel dress has a lace and ribbon trimmed center panel, lace trimmed sleeves and is gathered at the neck. There is lace trimming along the bottom hem of her dress and lace trimming around her neck. A silver metallic DMC embroidery floss bow adorns the waistline of her dress.  A pink silk ribbon floral adorns the neckline of her dress.

Her angel wings are lined and lace trimmed along the edges and she has three pink toile bows on the back of her angel wings for decoration.

Despite her desire to rough house "Tattered Grace" is very conscious of her "angel" duties and does not take them lightly. She always wants to present the perfect image even if her outfit is "tattered" from time to time. 


“Tattered Grace”, 12” Angel - Shabby Chic Angel Ornament Doll E-Pattern - Christmas Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner

To view and download my free e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view our free e-pattern. Then just download our free .pdf e-pattern by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.

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Please respect My Terms of Use:  All patterns, e-patterns, printables, e-printables, e-books, tutorials, how-to's, articles and other e-products © 2004-2015 Linda Walsh Originals-Designs by Linda Walsh. All rights reserved. Commercial selling or reselling by any means prohibited without the written consent of Linda Walsh.

However, you may link to my website(s)/blog(s) and the individual page(s)/blog post(s) (including 1 picture) but do not copy, reprint or duplicate my website(s)/blog(s) or individual page(s)/post(s )without my permission.

Items made from Linda Walsh Originals Products are intended for personal use for fun or small scale personal and business profit as long as you credit us with the design. Large scale commercial use (i.e. mass production) of items made from Linda Walsh Originals products are by permission only.

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Copyright © 2004 - 2015 - All Rights Reserved - Written By Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals and Linda's Blog. Linda is a doll maker and doll pattern designer.
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Saturday, November 14, 2015

Angelic Marion - Free Primitive Angel Ornament E-Pattern by Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals



"Angelic Marion" might look like the sweetest angel you'd ever want to see, but she is anything but "angelic!"

She's as tomboyish as they come and loves to rough house it with the best of the boy angels. Of course, angels aren't supposed to rough house - at least that's what they've been told.

However, "Angelic Marion" doesn't think a little rough housing will hurt anyone. It's all on good fun. That is - good "angelic" fun!

"Angelic Marion" is a 12" primitive angel doll who is coffee stained throughout. She has a muslin body and embroidered face with black cross stitched eyes, embroidered nose with orange water color shadowing, and an outline embroidered mouth with orange water colored inside. Her eyebrows are embroidered and she has bright orange water colored and blushed cheeks. Her boots are made of lace trim.

Angelic Marion has a mass of cream mohair yarn hair glued all over her head. A gold halo hangs over her head.

She is wearing fringed bloomers that are gathered at the waist and legs. Her angel dress has a lace and ribbon trimmed center panel, lace trimmed sleeves and is gathered at the neck. There is lace trimming along the bottom hem of her dress and lace trimming around her neck. A lace ribbon is wrapped around her waist for a waistband.

Her angel wings are lined and lace trimmed along the edges and has a large lace ribbon bow on the back for decoration.

Despite her desire to rough house "Angelic Marion" is very conscious of her "angel" duties and does not take them lightly. She wants to prove that she can be "angelic" even is she is a bit of a tomboy!"


“Angelic Marion”, 12” Angel - Primitive Angel Ornament Doll E-Pattern - Christmas Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner

To view and download my free e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view our free e-pattern. Then just download our free .pdf e-pattern by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.

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However, you may link to my website(s)/blog(s) and the individual page(s)/blog post(s) (including 1 picture) but do not copy, reprint or duplicate my website(s)/blog(s) or individual page(s)/post(s )without my permission.

Items made from Linda Walsh Originals Products are intended for personal use for fun or small scale personal and business profit as long as you credit us with the design. Large scale commercial use (i.e. mass production) of items made from Linda Walsh Originals products are by permission only.

Please see my Terms and Conditions for additional information.

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Friday, November 13, 2015

Free Printable Thanksgiving Food Stickers From Dana Harris of FoodPackagingLabels.net

I love e-printables - especially e-printables that can help with keeping you organized or can be used for family fun.  So, of course, I was intriqued with an email from Dana Harris of FoodPackagingLabels.net offering to share some fun food packaging labels for Thanksgiving.


If you would like to download the free Thanksgiving Food Stickers please CLICK HERE.

Here's what Dana said about using her Thanksgiving Food Stickers:

Hope you’re doing great and preparing for Thanksgiving! I noticed you often share fun craft ideas on your blog. That is why I thought you might want to learn about a new set of totally free and colorful 
Thanksgiving printables.

They can come in handy when decorating the Thanksgiving dining table, organizing fun games for the guests and spending quality time  with an with family. 


The FoodPackagingLabels.net website also offers free lunchbox sticker printables here, as well as free printables for weekly meal planners, pantry labels, pet food labels, special event stickers and healthy food tags here.

Copyright © 2015 All rights reserved by FoodPackagingLabels.net .

Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Thanksgiving Holiday Cross-Stitch Patterns By Betty Dekat of primitivebettys

I am a lover of punch needle, wool felt penny rugs, stitcheries, cross-stitch, and felted ornaments and/or pictures, and rug hooking. As a result I love to find wonderful cross-stitch designs, stitcheries, and doodles.

Well, Betty Dekat of primitivebettys blog and primitivebettys Etsy Shoppe has some wonderful free stitcheries, doodles, and cross-stitch designs on her Picturetrail account that I think you will absolutely love. I already have my eye on many, many of her designs for some punchneedle, wool felt, and cross-stitch gifts I'd like to make. I hope you enjoy Betty's designs.

Shown below are some of her Thanksgiving holiday cross-stitch designs:

~*Thankful*~ Freebie
77 by 60 stitches -  © primitivebettys 2009

~*Blessings*~ Cross Stitch Chart - © primitivebettys
68 by 47 stitches

Please Respect Betty's TERMS OF USE: In this album you will find free patterns to use with your favorite medium..... rug hooking, needle punch, etc. Please use them as you wish. Enlarge them to the size you wish. ~*~*~*~*~*~ The freebie patterns are FREE. You do not need to have a picture trail account to get them. What you do... right click on the image you are wanting on the left side of the freebie album. This will bring the image up larger on the screen. Left click on the image and choose ~ View Image. This will bring the image up alone on the screen. Then choose right click on File and choose Print. Then just use your Back arrow to go back to the album.~*~*~*~*~*~

You are welcome to sell things made from these patterns on Ebay or small craft shows - no mass production. Do not sell the patterns. Please be kind and give credit to me, Betty Dekat aka primitivebettys for the design. *~*~* I would LOVE to see photos of the works you create using my patterns. If you would be so kind to share them with me, I would then share them with all ~ here on my picture trail.

Betty's Bio: My name is Betty... owner/designer of ~*primitivebettys*~. I am a creator of primitive, reproduction cross stitch originals & patterns, hooked rugs, and needle punch.  I love to share my joy of primitive folk art ~ cross stitch, needle punch, rug hooking, or just whatever tickles my fancy.

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