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November 28, 2010

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Nienke

I love this! I hope you don't mind linking to it from my weblog!
I just wanted to add as well, that the flickr link in your pdf is acting funny. I can't click it and if I copy it, it pastes like this: '&&

robin

absolutely A-DORABLE!

LindaSonia

Your carolers are adorable!!! Love them

Karin

never been caroling, unfortunately. Or fortunate, since I don't have much of a singing voice.

Love the carolers!

Mary

havent looked at the tutorial yet, but i think they would be cute as doorstops too

Julie

These are darling!

The only time I've ever seen carolers was when I was living in a little apartment in a small town. I heard a noise, and opened my windows. About twenty carolers were standing out on the sidewalk, signing to the building. I left the window open, even though it was freezing outside. It was really beautiful and magical.

Gillian

I'm totally making one of these for my mother-in-law who loves caroling. My personal favorite kind of caroling is zombie caroling on Halloween which I've been doing for four or five years now. "We have come from beyond the grave, Seeking brains, the flavor we crave, Spleen and liver, make me shiver, our hunger off we stave, ohhhh-ohhh...

Muireann

How cute! We used to carol for charity when I was in school, nowadays I just like entertaining (torturing?) my husband with my vast array of half remembered Christmas songs. Thanks for the chance to win!

Sonja

Our family is going caroling for the first time this year and we are all so excited about it. When I was growing up, my parents took my sister and I caroling and it was always a highlight of the holiday season.

Luseea

Thank you so much for your generosity. Your ingenuity is evident. This cluster of beauty makes me happy just by looking at their faces. Would be a fun project to tackle with a group of youth.

jen

when i was a kid we would go caroling with my parents bible study group. my favorite part was most places we went had cookies for us!

suna

they are so cute.

DM

Thank you so much for this excellent tutorial . I have just put some photos on my blog , and on your flicker group !!!

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Our family usually sings carols to our neighbors as we make the rounds delivering holiday treats to them, and we all wear our Santa hats.

LouAnne Sassone

I said before I couldn't get the pdf to work, but ignore that. Suddenly it worked for me. Ah, sweet mysteries of Computers!

LouAnne Sassone

I can't get your pdf download to work. Any hints you can offer? I have the Adobe Reader X - the new upgrade.
LouAnne in California

Katherine

I love your carollers! I'm adding them to my sewing list - they're too cute too resist.

I was wondering if I could ask you for help? I want to upload a tutorial to my blog using pdf format and wondered how you did yours. Yours looks so professional and is a brilliant way of sharing. I don't want to impose on your time but, would you be able to help me? Thanks.

Sheryl Scholte

you have done such a good job,hip hip hooray i love them.
cheers Sheryl
http://shez-enjoyinglife.blogspot.com

alicomelibros

Me encantaron estas muñecas! Apenas pueda voy a hacer una...para empezar!
Gracias por el tutorial!

Amanda Pedro

caroling, ah a subject close to my heart. I caroled a few times as a teenager in my neighbourhood. Was surprised when a family invited us in for wine!
Anyhow, many, many years later, I now work for a talent agency as a christmas caroler! We get hired as quartets and wear Old fashioned costumes with capes and head doilies. Each time you sing, it's with a different group of caroler. We sing at private parties, malls, seniors homes, corporate events, even the zoo! We a lot of different people! I love when they are so appreciative and make requests. It's been 17 years I've been doing this! I used to be the young one. lol
guess who'll be looking more into making these creatures!
thanks for sharing

Mara Zeitspieler

They are so cute! Thanks for the tutorial! I uploaded my pictures in your flickr-group.
Have a nice Christmas!
Greetings from Germany
Mara Zeitspieler

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Thank you very much for the post. This is really great. Thanks for info, dear. Keep it up.

Marguerite Re

My family goes caroling around the neighborhood every Christmas Eve, since I was a small child, so I have lots of stories to tell. My favorite year, though, was when there was about 6 inches of snow on the ground, it was just below freezing (so not too cold), and big snowflakes started to fall. The world was hushed, white, and glittering in the light of our railroad lanterns and candles. Then a car pulled up and Santa got out! He pointed to a nearby house and asked if we would sing there. There was a big party going on, with lots of children. We started with Joy To The World, then Deck the Halls, and finally Santa Claus Is Coming To Town... and Santa came around the corner and up the steps & into the house. Oh, the kids were screaming and excited! That must have been 30 years ago and I still treasure the memory.

La Mañosa

These are the cutest! Thank you for taking the time to make and share the tutorial for them!

Colleen

I love the carolers! thank you for sharing the pattern!

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