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October 24, 2010


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Genius! Love these! So simple and yet they will be a delight hiding in the tree branches! Thank you for the great tutorial.


These are unbelievably precious, and they look easy enough for little hands to whip out! I'll definitely do this with my sewing club kids in December, maybe with some snowy fabrics.


Sorry major typeo asking spelling words and emailing at the same time. It was wool bodies:)


My brother Dans wife Erika made simular gnomes with whole bodies and beards into Christmas ornaments. This is a cool blog area. You should stop by sometime I have a 1913-1915 tredle singer i am fixing up and hope to be sewing on soon.


Gorgeous! Thank you so much for a wonderful tutorial. I made some Halloween Gnomes last night (I just couldn't go to bed until I had!). Can't wait to make some more.... Thanks again!


Oh my gosh! These are adorable!!! I can't wait to make a TON for my daughter, her friends and everyone else I know!!! :)



These little fellows are so adorable. Thanks for sharing this charming idea and tutorial.

Anneliese S

So darling! I love the European, vintage feel of these! I want to make some for my girls. Would be so darling atop presents at Christmas too! Thanks. Found you via Whipup


These would make awesome ornaments. I can't wait to get started!


Those are too cute...and I have the same fabric! My sisters and I used to do something similar, only the bodies were always cylinder shaped and they couldn't stand up. Never thought of making them round!


So incredibly perfect! These will be the cutest little Preschool Christmas presents ever! Thanks for the inspiration! Exclamation point!


So cute...too bad Gigi is so left handed!


These are adorable. Great directions too. I often look at the Magic Cabin catalog and think, "I could make that.." You DID!


So, so sweet!

Amy Dunn

super cute Virginia! They would make cute christmas ornaments (maybe santa ones!) I am trying to get ready for your challenge! :)

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