Monday, November 26, 2012

Prim Christmas

Primitive Christmas Santa Sack
The Christmas season is here!!!
Time to take down fall decorations and get all the Christmas goodies out (if you haven't already)!
This is a lovely Etsy treasury I am proud to be a part of.
I love the Santa on the link to get to the treasury featuring these items from many talented artists....they are available on etsy.
Primitive Christmas Folk Art Dove Ornies E-Pattern
Super sparkly and sweet bird!
My Primitive STARS AND CANES Epattern 016
More prim sparkly simple and sweet
Primitive Santa Hat Ornies
Santa hats!
Big Candy Canes E Pattern - fabric primitive holly new pdf Christmas Old Grubby banner
My sparkly Candy canes pattern...very big...great for your door or wall display.
Burlap Christmas Stockings - Rustic Holiday Decor - Primitive Christmas - Elf Stockings - Elegant
Love these stockings...I love burlap.
Primitive Christmas Tree Merry Christmas EPattern
Cool tree
Primitive Christmas Reindeer Winter Ornies-Bowl Fillers Set Of 3
Reindeer bowl fillers or ornies
CHRiStMaS EvE AgaiN- SanTa AnD ReiNDeer DoLL- PDF ePattern- Primitive and Whimsical
I love this set!
Primitive Snowman ornie tuck bowl filler star
Sweet snowmen!!!  Ya can't be sad looking at these fellows!
I seriously feel like Bob Cratchet....after making merry on Christmas....I spent days with family ...making, watching movies (Lincoln is very good), playing games, eating way too much, having drinks, being on the go...constantly~!
I am happy to get back to normal...I feel I need a big nap.


  1. Hi Shirley, Love all of the wonderful creations, it is getting me in the Christmas mood. hugs, Lecia

  2. Hi there, I just came across your blog. Love your patterns! As a beginner, I have a machine but I'm pretty intimidated by it, so I'm starting out with hand sewing. For your candy cane pattern specifically, do you think this would be doable by hand? I've tried to make my own "curly" type patterns in the past and they can get tricky around the curves. Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks so much and hope you had a wonderful Christmas :)

  3. Hi, I think this pattern would be best done with a could be done by hand sewing, but I think it would be tedious.
    Thanks for asking!