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Frosty the Snowman!

I am finally done with the wall hanging!
This is all applique! I picked this pattern up from my local quilt shop and it was so fun to put together.

Here is a closeup of the mittens and cute buttons! Thanks for Looking!
 There are so many other christmas projects on Sewcalgal's Blog  
She is hosting the 2010 Christmas Quilt Show so if you have a cute christmas project make sure to post it!

Comments

  1. I love your Frosty the Snowman quilt. So cheerful. Great prints and colors. My hands want to grab one of those cute gloves. Just delightful.

    Thanks for sharing in the Christmas Quilt Show.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  2. This is a lovely Frosty the Snowman. He looks like great fun. Gorgeous snowflakes. Love the mittens and all the buttons.
    Perfect for Christmas.

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  3. I love it, I really do. Beautiful quilt.

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  4. Oh I LOL when I saw this - its THAT fun and cute. What a great pattern and you did such a nice job!! Lovely!!!

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  5. Anche questi molto carino e simpatico!
    Grazie
    Ciao Domenica

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  6. Way to cute! I may have to look for that pattern for next year!

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  7. very cute.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  8. He's a cutie. It's a very cheerful and happy wall hanging, and I love the details.

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  9. Way too cute. What a fun hanging for Christmas. Love the colors. Love Lois

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  10. Who can resist a snowman? Adorable!

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  11. What a fun looking project. Love it.

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  12. This is soooo cute. I just love it. I think snowmen are so stinkin' cute. You did a great job on this.
    You can also enter this in my sewing challenge blog here at, Paula's Sewing Challenges, and you could win a little something, something.
    Hope to see you there soon.

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  13. Your quilt is sooooooooo cute. Love your snowman.

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  14. Sometimes kits are just right.......this one is super adorable.

    Happy sewing,
    Kim

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  15. What a cute wallhanging! This guy would be very popular in my house with my 3 yr old who loves to give high fives! Thank you for sharing your talent with us!

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