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11/17/2016

Winter Wonderland Project and Pattern Special


My Island Batik Winter Wonderland project for this month is finished. 

I had a preview photo on my Facebook page last week showing the two colors of gorgeous Island Batik fabric I was using for this project.

This project involved some sewing, weaving, and a lining.
Do you think you might know what it is?

This is a pattern I wrote and published 3 years ago. 
I decided to revisit it and revise it. 
I won't leave you wondering any longer. 

It's a CHRISTMAS STOCKING!

I've had a great time with this pattern.
I have made it using Christmas fabrics, 
the university colors for my niece and nephew,
and this year, the gorgeous Island Batik fabrics I used are close to 
the colors of the university that our youngest daughter attended. 
I think she will like this gift.
(But before I give it to her, I am entering it into the Christmas Stocking Contest 
at the local quilt store, The New Ewe.)
I also entered the photo to Nancy Zieman's Stocking Sewing Challenge 2016
That is pretty cool, too.

Now, the PATTERN SPECIAL mentioned in the blog title: 
If you would like to make one or more of these woven Christmas stockings, 
I am running a special pricing until December 25 on 
my Woven Fabric Christmas Stocking pattern
You get an instant download 
at PatternSpot.com 
and the cost is only $2.75 USD.
If you would like to try a smaller woven fabric project, 
I have a pattern for the Woven Quilted Potholder. 
And the special price thru December 25 for this pattern is $1.50 USD. 

Thank you for visiting. 
I hope with the holidays approaching you have time to 
fit in a few 
SEWDAYS!




8 comments:

Needled Mom said...

That stocking is fabulous! Great fabrics too.

Vicki in MN said...

What a cool stocking!

beaquilter said...

neat! love the woven look to it

Calicojoan said...

That is just way cool!

teachpany said...

Beautiful. Good luck in the contests.

Quilts for Sale said...

Wonderful fabrics and colours! Great pattern!

Barb said...

Love love your stocking!!

Pam Geisel - For Quilts Sake said...

Very cool!