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Thursday, December 1, 2011

December Trivet Tux


Am I the only one who has blinked and found that it's December already?
Whew, did this year fly by.

I know it's a crazy time of year for everyone, so our trivet tux is going to be a quick and easy one this time! 

Thanks, to Sindy over at Fat Cat Patterns!  Click HERE to download one for yourself.
I did reduce this pattern by 50%, as her original pattern was for a 12 1/2 block.

I've found lately that leftover batting scraps make for wonderful beards for Santa, or even the fur trimmings on his coat.  I added eyes to by little guy and I blushed his cheeks to give him a bit of personality. So there you go, fast easy and done. Ready to start enjoying the holidays with.

Hope you all have a wonderful Holiday Season!

PS: if your new to my blog you can find the tutorial for the trivet tux's HERE !


  1. He is adorable!! Thanks for sharing the links too.

  2. I have done that Santa before and just love him...might have to do him again!!!

  3. That is an adorable Santa! The way you did the eyes really livense him up, too!

  4. Oh, I can't believe it's Dec. 1st either!
    A trivet tux... love this idea! Thanks for sharing.
    And Fat Cat Patterns? Wonderful site!

  5. That is so cute. Thanks for that link to your Trivet Tux. Seeing what you have done makes me want to make a Santa like yours. Great idea.

  6. I love your enthusiasm for each one of the holidays -- and your energy in producing such neat creations!


  7. Don't be silly, it's still May in my world!!
    I do love your Santa. What a lovely way to end out the year with your May trivet.
    Yes, I know I need to catch up!!!!

  8. Another wonderful one! And thanks for the link to Fat Cat. I downloaded one of those patterns for a block exchange I'm doing for Christmas - perfect! blessings, marlene

  9. oh how cute. I am going to have to add this to my ever growing list of things to do!

  10. Cute little Santa! December is really sneaking up on me. And so will Christmas if I don't get in gear and start buying some presents. Thanks so much for sharing this Santa, it's a great idea. And the extra tips for making him special.


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