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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Ho Ho Ho - it's a Blog Hop


And even better it's a Blog Hop organised by wonderful Madam Samm at Sew We Quilt and with fabulous Carol from Just Let Me Quilt as our cheerleader.

I decided to design a little project and share the tutorial for my part of the hop.  So here goes...
A Ho Ho Ho  Christmas Stocking



Materials List
  • 24" / 60cm of linen or other chosen fabric for the outer part of the stocking.


I buy my linen at Ikea.  It is just such good value.  This year I bought a couple of metres of a gorgeous grey to use in lots of my gifts.

  • Scraps of fabric for reindeers.  
This year I'm planning on using fabric from my French General stash, with just a few other spots and dots thrown in, for all of my gifts.  I made three little Christmas in July gifts for a swap earlier this month including a couple with the reindeer design.

  • Vliesofix to adhere your reindeer pieces or, of course, you could needle turn if you wish
  • 24" / 60cm  of lining fabric. Again mine is from French General.  I only had 40cm of fabric so I had to join my lining, but this doesn't matter as it will be inside the stocking
  • Scrap of ribbon or twine for hanging
  • The Reindeer Pattern.  
This darling little fellow was designed by The Patchsmith and is available from Craftsy for $1.99.  A super dooper bargain.  I plan to put him on lots of things this year.

I adore the designs of Amanda Weatherill and have purchased quite a few.  She has a fabulous blog, The Patchsmith, 

If, however, you don't want to purchase this little download you can follow this LINK to a multitude of free Christmas applique patterns.

Last year I made quite a few little linen sweetie bags featuring a snowman designed by Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill  
and this year I will make a whole lot more using this sweet reindeer design.
  • The stocking template which you can download HERE.  Extend your pattern by 15"/ 38cm
What to do

Cut out your stocking and lining pieces.

Trace the reindeer pieces onto the shiny side of the vliesofix and roughly cut out.  Remember to use the reverse image of the way you want your little fellows to face.  Iron on to the back of the appropriate fabric and cut out on the lines.  Peel off the backing paper.

Iron the pieces onto the front stocking piece.
 Blanket stitch around each piece.



Sew the two stocking pieces together, right sides together.   Do the same for the lining but leave an opening so you can turn the whole stocking right sides out.

Turn the outside stocking right side out but leave the lining inside out. Place the stocking inside the stocking lining and sew around the top of both.


Turn right side out through the gap you left in the lining.  Sew the gap shut.
Give your stocking a quick iron and fold back the cuff.  Then fill it to the brim with lots of wonderful Christmassy gifts.


Easily made in a couple of hours and I think it's rather cute.  Hope you like it too.

Now for the Give-A-Way
If you would like to make one of these little stockings I've made up a kit of everything you'll need.  I'll even pay for the download of your little reindeer pattern.

This competition is open to everyone, no matter where you live, and all you have to do to enter is leave me a comment.

For a second entry, become a follower and let me know in a second comment. 

I'll announce the winner on August 9th at the end of the blog hop.  Good luck.

Don't forget to visit all the blog hoppers today.  Here's the list.

July 31
And thanks again to Madam Samm and Carol for organising this bit of fun for us.  I'm off to see what the others have been up to.

I've just linked up the post to the Christmas in July post on Love By Hand.
There are lots of lovely projects on show.  Please pop over and take a look.


216 comments:

  1. Lovely stocking and what a cute fellow that reindeer is - Baa would like to meet him and his friends! That linen is lovely. Baa, Karen and Miss H

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  2. Wow what nice projects. Love the little treat bags and the stocking is beautiful. Thanks for having such a nice give away.

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  3. ooh, so cute! such a great gift idea. I have been so scared of applique, but you make it look so easy ;-)

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  4. the stocking is so cute. I love reindeer. I love all your other little projects too. thanks for a chance to win your sweet giveaway.

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  5. oh melody that is such a gorgeous little stocking... and I love all the goodies you made with the little reindeer....
    Hugz

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  6. ... and I think you know I am a regular stalker of you...
    Hugz

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  7. You are SEW talented! LOL! Can you tell I'm feeling better? The stocking and the reindeer are just too cute and I can't wait to see what the other blogs hold in store. You're always rubbing elbows with the most amazing and creative people! Thank you for the drawing too!

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  8. Gorgeous project Mel. He's a very cute reindeer and I love how you've used him in so many ways.

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  9. I am also a "follower" of you. Thanks again!

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  10. Such a lovely stocking Melody! I would Love to make one! I came here for a quick peek to see what you were up to in between some sewing and it is so exciting I have made myself a cup of coffee to look at all the other links. That reindeer is so very very cute.

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  11. I would love to make your stocking for my new little grandson. I didn't know Ikea had linen. I must check that out the next time I'm there.

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  12. The Projects are all lovely Mel, thank you for the opportunity to win a kit for the Stocking.
    Hope to see you at N.O.Y.Q ,Tomorrow.
    Cheers R.

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  13. That is so fun and cute, wonderful tutorial.
    You can count me out, I have plenty of christmas patterns that I want to do this year and hoping I can do at least half of them, lol.

    Debbie

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  14. I love the adorable reindeer! These guys are so cute. Thank you for the tutorial.

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  15. Melody, your reindeer stocking is adorable! As are all of your Christmas projects. Well done and thanks for the chance!

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  16. That is a very cute Reindeer and I LOVE how you have used him. hugs

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  17. Love the stocking but especially that beautiful linen fabric!! I want to buy the reindeer template.
    Gmama Jane

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  18. I'm a follower from past Blog Hops!
    Gmama Jane

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  19. OH Melody what a gorgeous Reindeer Christmas Stocking and a great tutorial on how to put it together.
    It would be great to win the complete kit.
    thank you for a chance to win.....

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  20. I am a happy follower and enjoy seeing what freebies you find on the net for us to pop into our favourites' to make a t a later date.LOL..

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  21. Your projects are so beautiful. I did not know ikea had linen. I will have to go and check it out.

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  22. I am already a loyal follower

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  23. Oooo, such an early Christmas pleasure to see your sweet stocking...love it! Those reindeer are just adorable! Love your Christmas in July projects, too. Thanks for hopping with us and sharing your projects AND a tutorial. :O)

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  24. Your stocking turned out beautifully Mel. I had forgotten what you had told me you were going to make!

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  25. Of course you know that I stalk you all the time! LOL!

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  26. I'm so in love with the little reindeer. Excellent job!

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  27. What a darling stocking...OMGosh is it that time of year again......

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  28. I've been a follower for over a year now...I enjoy reading your blog.....

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  29. Thank you for your sweet tutorial. Love all the things you have made using the reindeer. Hugs.....

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  30. I am already a follower of yours. Hugs......

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  31. I love your stocking Mel. The reindeer are just adorable. Hope you're having a lovely day - lovin this sunshine!
    xxx

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  32. Hello Melody,

    Such a lovely stocking. Love the photo with your little teddy with his head to the side with the stocking.
    Thanks for the link to Ikea, didn't know they sold fabric.

    Have a Happy day.
    Bev.

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  33. Melody,
    I just adore your gorgeous reindeer stocking!! Many Thanks for a chance to add to my much appreciated reindeer lovelies you gave in the CIJ swap.

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  34. Melody,
    I just adore your gorgeous reindeer stocking!! Many Thanks for a chance to add to my much appreciated reindeer lovelies you gave in the CIJ swap.

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  35. Absolutely adorable! How clever! Thanks for the tutorial.

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  36. Oooh your stocking is gorgeous, I love nice big stockings! And the reindeer is very cute, such a good find!!

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  37. The stocking is adorable, what fun it would be to win. Thank you for a chance. I will be on vacation when you do the draw, can't wait to get back to see who won.

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  38. adorable stocking
    and nice mug rug too

    thanks for the chance to win your giveaway

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  39. gfc follower

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  40. Love your Reindeer stocking! Learned something new, Ikea has fabric. About 3 hours away, but will be worth the trip. Thank you for the tutorial and the great giveaway. I follow via GFC.

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  41. wow :D so pretty prjects :D
    oh I love it :D

    thank you very much for sharing!! :D

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  42. Beautiful stocking and Mug Rug - love the little reindeer. Such a lovely give away!

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  43. I love the stocking! I'm feeling like I should be getting busy with my Christmas crafting! Following these hops can be motivating! Or make me feel lazy, I'm not sure which yet ;)

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  44. All your reindeer projects are just so cute, but a linen stocking, gotta have one of those for myself. Thank you for the tutorial.

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  45. Thank you for sharing the tutorial for the lovely stocking; I have never noticed linen at Ikea, I will have to look better next time.

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  46. I'm a new follower via bloglovin.

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  47. Love your reindeer projects. They're just too cute!

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  48. Thank you for sharing :) I love your giveway too :)

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  49. What a wonderfull project you are showing. I just live mooses.
    That will be a great christmas with them. Thanks for sharing

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  50. Thank you for the tutorial! I had a stocking on my list of things to make.... I just ran out of time (completely). I love it. Loved your other projects too. I will need to make that stocking, sometime before Christmas too..... You know what, all the stuff is still out...sooooo

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  51. wow Mel all these xmas items are gorgeous,you are so clever and thankyou for the tutorial.xx

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  52. Hi again Mel i am a very happy follower.xx

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  53. The stocking is great, and I anyway wanted to go to Ikea to buy some curtain fabrics, so I know now what I HAVE to buy more..... Thanks for sharing!

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  54. Hi Melody, Thanks for all the great inspiration. Please count me in the giveaway.
    hugs, Kaye

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  55. Me again, Mel, I am a follower, of course.

    hugs, Kaye

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  56. Lovely project, it is such a cute design. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win!

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  57. What a wonderful tutorial! Cutest stocking!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)

    Hugs,
    Tatyana

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  58. I'm your follower too :) would love to sew this stocking!

    Hugs,
    Tatyana

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  59. Thank you for sharing your lovely stocking with the reindeers. The stocking is so awesome. And I love the linen from Ikea. You know that Ikea is a Swedish company, now over all the world.
    Warm Christmas hugs from Sweden

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  60. What a cute stocking!!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  61. Thanks for the tutorial Melody and thank you for a chance to win your giveaway. Sharyn:)

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  62. I am a devotee and love looking at the freebie sites you list. Thanks.....Sharyn:)

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  63. What a very cute stocking. Those reindeer are adorable.

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  64. Love love love that stocking!! I participate in a Stocking Swap on the HGTV Forum and this gives me inspiration for this year!

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  65. The stocking is so cute. Love the reindeer on it.

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  66. I love the stocking! Really, really cute.

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  67. Love the loooooooong stocking! Thanks for the Ikea tip and the sweet giveaway!

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  68. I see an IKEA shopping trip in my future! I love IKEA but have never thought of looking at fabric there! What a great stocking, and love your other projects, too! :)

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  69. Bellissima renna, mi piace molto! Partecipo molto volentieri!
    Grazie

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  70. Partecipo anche perchè seguo il tuo blog! Mi piace moltissimo, pieno di idee e siti freebies

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  71. Love the cute little reindeer you have added to your Christmas stocking!

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  72. I became a follower for a second chance to win....keeping my fingers crossed!

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  73. Fantastic stocking I would love to win

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  74. Your stocking is fantastic. Thanks for offering the give away

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  75. That reindeer has the cutest face ever! I love the purse and I bet my granddaughters would too. :) Would love to win this but whoever does will have a treat I know. blessings, marlene

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  76. Mel what a wonderful post - so many lovely things for us to stitch, but love the reindeer stock you designed/made.Thankyou so much for the tutorial and pattern

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  77. Cute projects. Love Amanda's patterns. I got few myself.

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  78. Love your stocking. What a great idea for a door ornament.

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  79. The great thing about hops is I find great blogs to follow. Love your stocking.

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  80. I am a new follower. Thanks for sharing.

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  81. As soon as I saw all the little details of your Christmas Stocking I thought to myself, "I want to make one!!" (all the while thinking do I have anything in my stash to pull it off?) Thanks for sharing in the hop! I'm going to pin this project on my Quilt & Sew board (hope you don't mind).

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  82. I am a follower via GFC and Bloglovin' - thanks for the extra chance (crossing my fingers!!)

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  83. Fabulous! I love the cute reindeer!

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  84. I love your applique. Your creations are a delight for the eyes!

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  85. All your projects are sew cute. I am in the process right now making stockings for my son and daughter-in-law. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  86. I really like your stocking. The reindeer are too cute. Thank you for sharing.

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  87. Sew sweet! Love love LOVE the stocking! Thanks sew much for the chance to win :-D

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  88. I didn't know Ikea had fabric. Love the linen. Your reindeer are adorable. Great stocking.

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  89. I love the stocking, the reindeer are adorable!

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  90. Love the stocking! How adorable!

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  91. Oh, and I'm already a follower!

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  92. Love your Christmas stocking. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  93. Thanks for sharing the tutorial, I may make a couple of those cute stockings for may granddaughters. I am following the Patchsmith via Crafsy she does have cute patterns. I want them all :)

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  94. P.S. I am now following you :)

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  95. The stocking is adorable. I love the reindeer, how cute.

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  96. Love the stocking. It is so cute. Thanks so much for sharing.I would love to win the kit.

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  97. Now just how cute is that stocking. And I had no idea that IKEA had linen. They have started carrying some decor fabric at our store, but I am going to have to see if there is linen there too! Oh that would be so grand if they did. What a fun stocking!

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  98. Very lovely stockings, what a great idea.

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  99. I adore the reindeer motifs in all the manners you have used it. The snowmen too! THX for the tute. I sorely need to replace what we have used for Christmas stockings which is currently an old church bazaar item--and the make should not have layered them as she did as they point opposite each other!! You may have come to my rescue, LOL.

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  100. Following on sage feeds. THX for the giveaway opportunity.

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  101. adorable reindeer. Can't just make ONE though :)

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  102. The reindeer look so cute on all your projects.

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  103. although I am now a follower,please do not enter me in your drawing, With a new(preemie)Grandson, I have no free time now.
    I love all your pretties. Thanks for sharing.

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  104. What lovely projects. What I like most is the way they all go together so beautifully! Thanks for sharing.

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  105. Loved all your hard work - the snowman bags, the cute, cute reindeer and the whole stocking. Good job!

    bevwalks at aol dot com

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  106. I joined up and I'll be following you!

    bevwalks at aol dot com

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  107. Lovely projects! Thanks for sharing! pbstrand@msn.com

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  108. Love the reindeer pattern. Too cute
    tvbart@charter.net

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  109. What a darling stocking....love the reindeer!! Thanks for sharing the pattern.

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  110. I am now a follower of your blog!

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  111. I love the treat bags... cute, cute, cute!

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  112. Too Cute!! You are so creative. Thanks for sharing..

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  113. I just love that little reindeer, he is precious! Enjoyed your project very much!

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  114. Love the reindeer and the stocking.

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  115. Awww... I love the stocking! What a great idea to get linen at IKEA - I have one 5 minutes from my house!

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  116. I am our newest follower! Maybe you will check out my blog, too! :-)

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  117. I love all your reindeer projects! The treat bags are a cute idea too. So glad to have found your blog!

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  118. Hiya!!! What cute reindeer---so lovely! And I like the treat bags too. Thank you for sharing and for the giveaway. Merry Christmas, blessed be, hugs!!! Pam

    pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

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  119. Hiya!!! I am a new follower too!!! Thank you for sharing and for the giveaway. Merry Christmas, blessed be, hugs!!! Pam

    pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

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  120. Love your stocking! Super cute. Thanks for the tut and the info on patchsmith.
    Congrats on being one of the chosen.
    I am a new follower.

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  121. Love the little reindeer ... especially on a stocking! Cute!!

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  122. Cute reindeers! Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

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  123. Oh my gosh they are all adorable...the reindeer, the stocking is just too cute. I am planning on making new stockings this year also but now looking at his one I might have to change my plan...very cute indeed

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  124. Oh yes I have been a follower of course....

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  125. That's a beautiful stocking! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  126. Your stocking is so cute, would love to win one.

    (smjohns63 at yahoo dot com)

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  127. I follow you on pinterest, thanks for the giveaway.

    (smjohns63 at yahoo dot com)

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  128. Lots of lovely Christmas things here. Thanks for the tute and the opportunity to win the Reindeer Mug Rug.

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  129. Love the reindeers, thanks for another great tutorial :) Barb.

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  130. Those little reindeer are so cute! Thank you for sharing & for the chance to win.

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  131. I love when quilters go "outside the box" and use unexpected fabrics in unexpected places. Linen from Ikea? Who knew?

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  132. What a great tutorial. I thought it would be a lot harder than it was. It amazing how much easier some of the tasks are when you read the tutorials. Thank you for a great tutorial. And, it is winter there, eh? It's not like it's 100 degrees everyday. But then again when it is Christmas, it is summer. That's a bummer for us who hope for a white Christmas. It's all what you like and that to which you are accustomed. Anyhow, home is where the heart is.

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  133. Your reindeer are just darling--all of them.

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  134. I love your reindeer stocking , it is adorable and I love linen ! Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win , of course I am a follower.

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  135. That is the sweetest reindeer stocking, thanks for sharing!

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  136. Your blog is new to me. But I am now following via BlogLovin. Glad to have found your blog. I'm Tammy from South carolina, USA. I have a blog also if you would like to visit. Please drop in and say hi.
    http://tammytopsewndesign.blogspot.com/

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  137. What gorgeous projects you have made. I love the little snowman and reindeer they are adorable. Thank you for shareing your projects with us today. I am happy to have found your blog.

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  138. Apologies for being at the end of your day....I had to be out today but not without seeing all of the projects before I left. And sweet Melody....WOW....by now you know of course you were our extra on sew we quilt...how could we possibly overlook this one.....it is perfect....YOU are inspiring to us all.

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  139. Love these projects...I really like those reindeer :)

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  140. Reindeer are favorite decorations at Christmas, and yours are so lovely. You really were busy, and each project is wonderful! Thanks for sharing. I love your blog and am a follower.
    Cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  141. I am a follower of your lovely blog.
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  142. Great projects! I just love that reindeer!

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  143. Your stocking design is beautiful. I love the images you use in your work. I also love your little teddy; did you make him too? He is a love.

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  144. Great projects. I love your stocking with the cute little reindeer design. Great work!

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  145. beautiful work mel, and sooooo many comments!!

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  146. What a great stocking and super cute Reindeer too. I have been drooling over the Patchsmith's Mug Rug patterns for weeks now. They are all so great and a great price too. I haven't decided which ones to buy, but have plans to make some as gifts for the holidays. I'd love to buy them all, but sadly, I'm not rich. LOL

    Great info about the linen. I've looked at IKEA once in awhile for their fabrics but haven't bought any yet. The times I did have the extra cash to buy some I could never find anyone to cut the fabrics. I wandered all around and never could find any person so I gave up. Next time I'll have to check the linen out though and hopefully will find someone to cut it for me too.
    vburr at charter dot net

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  147. Incredibly cute projects. Thanks for sharing!

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  148. This is such a fun Christmas stocking - thanks for sharing with us :-)

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  149. Such adorable Christmas projects, thanks for sharing

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  150. Very cute. The reindeer are adorable and I loved the placemat.

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  151. Your stockings are adorable. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.

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  152. Thanks for sharing your lovely projects & thanks for the chance to win.

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  153. I'm a new follower - thanks again.

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  154. That is just the sweetest stocking. I love the faces on the reindeer. So cute!

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  155. Your stocking has so much character - what a fun idea :-)Good idea with the linen too, I haven't really thought outside my 'patchwork brain' for other fabrics that would work well for something like this.

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  156. Your reindeer are absolutely adorable! They look great on everything. :)

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  157. your stocking is sew cute.... I just love making them myself. That little reindeer is just the sweetest little guy and perfect for the stocking.
    thanks sew much for sharing with us.
    in stitches

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  158. Oh, that stocking is just too cute! I LOVE LOVE LOVE adding linen to projects. Congrats on being a Pick of the day!!! YAY you!

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  159. Those are the most adorable reindeer ever! Love!

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  160. I thought for sure I was a long-time follower, but couldn't find my photo...now it's official!

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  161. Great projects! Love the little reindeers and the snowmen. Sweet!

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  162. Wow, the stocking is too stinkin' cute. A lot of fun gifts can be put into that stocking. Thanks for sharing your blog and projects.

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  163. I'm a new follower, looking forward to more fun.

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  164. Your reindeer stocking is so cute.

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  165. I love your reindeer stocking.

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  166. I adore your stocking, and thank you for the opportunity to make one!
    ~Brandy

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  167. Your reindeer are fabulous! I love them! Thanks for sharing.

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  168. I am a follower of your blog. Love your work!!!

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  169. Thanks for sharing all your sweet projects.

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  170. I love your Christmas items!! Also your give away. I believe that I'm already a follower but I'll check. Thanks!!!

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  171. Thanks for the tutorial and great linking for your cute stocking! It looks like a fun project!

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  172. Oh my....I think that is the cutest reindeer ever! I love your Christmas projects and your blog. You always have the most wonderful Fabulous Free Stuff and Tuesday Treasures. Thank you! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  173. Hi Mel...what a cute stocking...love the fabric you've used for the "turnover" at the top of the stocking...and that little reindeer is so darn cute...your swap pressies are just gorgeous..love the reindeer theme, the stitchery reindeer with the snowman riding along is adorable...hope you had a fabulous time at Retreat, did you go to Flowerdale? (guessing from the photo and probably guessing wrong!)...

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  174. Great joy to read your ho ho ho post, wonderful projects, absoutely!
    Thanks for sharing and the chance to win.

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