Monday, October 28, 2013

Christmas Trees

Hello there

As well as some of these, I've been making up several of these felt Christmas trees. These are for the little girls that Hannah goes to before and after school care with.



The patterns are from this lovely Fa la la Felt book, which is jam packed with lots of neat felt decorations. I decided to use red and white felt, rather than the pink and lime green in the book.

I learned a new embroidery stitch while I putting these together, glove stitch, pretty easy and it gives a tidy finish to your work.

See you soon x

15 comments:

shez said...

oh these are so cute Katrina,i have these book i must make some of those,thankyou for the inspiration.xx

kiwikid said...

These are lovely!! I have this book too had better go and have another look at it!! Hope Hannah's arm is healing well.

Barbara said...

ooohhhh
it´s a beautiful idea!!

Marilyn said...

So cute!
Marilyn

kim said...

So festive and pretty, I shall have to put this book on my Christmas wish list.

ricketyjo said...

Very cute, they are lovely! :)

Charlie and Wendy said...

They're so gorgeous, it looks like a nice book!

Tessa said...

I wish I was Hannah's friend ;)
I sent you an email yesterday Katrina and wonder if you have changed your email address?
I haven't, so if you can email me back and let me know.
thanks
Tessa :)

Karoline said...

Very cute, congratulations

Debora said...

Complimenti per il blog!!!

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Sally said...

They are so sweet!

Jeanne said...

Very cute and I love your Wisdom sheepie from your last post. Wishing a speedy recovery for Hannah too!

Maggee said...

Very cute!

Chao said...

Where did you get the book? Well it would be a great addition to my haberdashery, sewing and crafting books.

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