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Christmas crafts: Elf shoes

Cards, Christmas, Felt, Holiday crafts, origami, Paper craft, Sewing, Slippers  |  December 23rd 2010  |  0 Comment

Well Christmas is racing upon us fast and will be gone just as fast and then to clean up the after marth and exercise off the goodies we ate. Talking of exercise Im at pesant 8 weeks out of a tummy tuck operation and finding it hard to get enough exercise to keep off the unwanted kilos as i am still restricted in what i can do till after christmas. Having to take it easy has been a real challenge for me as Im use to doing 2okm on the bike and 40 laps of the pool each day. So this blog was born out a need to do something with my time… Heres a spin off from my santa boots. I hope you enjoy making them and challenge you to share them with someone you might not normally be giving to this christmas….Valita



Read more: http://valitasfreshfolds.blogspot.com/2007/12/elf-shoes.html

At the risk of annoying many people, I’m going to start posting the Christmas projects I worked on earlier in the year. Hey, if the stuff is out in stores and I can listen to carols on the radio, this stuff is safe fodder for the blog.The idea was this – every year I get stressed trying to make all the stuff I want to give as gifts and to decorate the house with. You know, so many projects, so little time. I figured if I issued a challenge to myself to get one Christmas thing done each month in 2007, I’d have lots of extra stuff to use and give away come December.

You’ll all be happy to know that my “Christmas project a month” challenge lasted only until April. I’ve no idea what exactly caused me to lose my focus. Oh wait, I think that’s when I bought the Prairie Children and their Quilts book. Hmmm, I haven’t looked at that since I finished Alaina’s quilt. That’s when I started more needlepoint and projects for the shop. I’m seeing a pattern emerge here…

These little guys are from a free pattern I found at Allsorts. Made of washed and dried wool felt and embroidery floss. The bell charms are out of my stash. They measure about 2 1/2 inches from heel to toe. I’d love to enlarge the pattern and see if they’d make good slippers for the girls.

Read more: http://marthamacgyver.blogspot.com/2007/10/elf-shoes.html

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