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Monday, 11 April 2016

Better late than never:)

Hello:)

March was a bad cross stitching month for me, so I never got around to stitching an ornament:(
However, I liked the theme, so once I got into the stitching groove in April, I decided to finally stitch my March ornament:

The Prarie Schooler
From Book No. 198
I really wanted to stitch a Prarie Schooler ornament, and therefore I have a feeling that it is actually only Santa's helpers in this piece and not Santa himself...lol. Or maybe it is Santa as a child on the sleigh...??

It'll be interesting to see when I get around to doing the April ornament. Sadly I haven't got a Prarie Schooler chart that fits the theme of April so I'm not sure what I'm going to stitch...

Annie

10 comments:

  1. Annie, that is a terrific ornament. And if you check back, you'll see that there are a number of ornaments that just have the helper and not Santa himself.

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  2. Hi Annie, great finish - the theme was meant to be flexible - Santa and/or his helpers - so your finish is perfect! Good luck with finding your April ornie - I am having a bit of trouble, too.

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  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog, this is super cute.

    K x

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  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog, this is super cute.

    K x

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  5. I like the idea that that is Santa when he was little :) Great ornament!

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  6. Great little design of the children helping Santa bring home the trees.
    For April, you could stitch almost any PS Christmas design and finish it as an Ornie?

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  7. What a sweet design:o) So cute!
    Hugs xx

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  8. That's a great little design that you chose for your ornament, Annie. April will be difficult for me, too.

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  9. Great choice!!! Love it!!!

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