Snow...snow...did someone say snow?
I may not have been as excited about all the snow, but after last week when the wild fires destroyed almost 1000 homes in the metro area, I have definitely changed my mind on that subject.
Yes we finally got that desperately needed snow the next day,
which made my snowman flag, oh so happy!
Thanks to Thermoweb, this guy will bring smiles to my garden all winter long.
He is quick and easy to do with the free pattern you can find over on the Thermoweb blog
Just a few supplies and your on your way.
The pattern is printer friendly, for those who what to skip the tracing part of fusible applique
HeatNBond EZ Print Lite is printer friendly, just pop a sheet in your printer and print out those patterns on fusible applique.
HeatNBond Liquid Vinyl will protect your flag from the weather. You choose just how much
1 coat - water and stain-resistant
2 coats - waterproof and stain-resistant
3 coats – waterproof and stain-resistant with a semi-gloss oilcloth finish
All the pieces are included in the pattern, but lets face it, cutting circles can be a chore. "Crafters Edge" has made it so simple with their circle dies, though. The variety in their sets give you so many options, as well. Check them out HERE
psssst... they are having a sale on some of their die sets too.
The year is shaping up and bringing some big things.
Jan 10 the new Cackling Stitches Facebook Group BOM will be revealed.
This is a free BOM what starts Feb 1.
Carol from "Just Let Me Quilt"
Carla from "Creatin in the Sticks"
and I have had a blast creating this one for you.
I promise you won't want to miss it.
If you're not a member already you can join us on our Facebook group
We are kicking off this new year with these 2 fun blog hops, as well.
See you soon.
til next time...
keep on stitchin!
He's a happy looking snowman. I'm glad the snow came to help with the fires.ReplyDelete
He does look good. Glad to see the snow finally arrive and give relief re the fires. And give you some sewing time.ReplyDelete
I love this snowman Joan! The fires were horrible there.ReplyDelete
I'm so thankful the fires are gone. Thankful for the snow and your snowman flag is adorable!ReplyDelete
the snowman is so cute. Great job. Yes, those fires were horrible.ReplyDelete
Your series of these has been so fun...love this one!ReplyDelete
He turned out really cute!ReplyDelete