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Thread: Santa walking through a beautiful wonderland

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    Santa walking through a beautiful wonderland

    Just a few days ago I saw a striking quilt of a Santa with a red long coat trimmed in animal print walking through a winter wonderland. He was holding a walking stick and looked quite content. I don't know why I didn't bookmark it right away, but unfortunately I didn't. Would someone know where I can find it? I've gone through 30 pages of pics on this board and my eyes are crossed at this point! Please help this challenged individual! I believe my sister would love this and I was hoping to surprise her with it for Christmas.
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    I think this is what you are looking for:
    Help needed....

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    Thanks Angiecub, that is the one exactly!!! I don't have a pattern but am going to be quite ambitious and try do it in fusible applique, purely by sight!!! Wish me luck since I am currently only doing my second applique ever.
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    It certainly is, Sewflower, thank you so much! I'm a bit intimidated now that I see the 16 side panels, so I think I'll just modify it my way - a little heftier Santa, bigger stride, big smile, and I have material similar to the trees but it has little cottages and a church steeple peeping out through the snowy mountain. I'm so excited to start. Wish me luck!
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    Good Luck & please show us yours when finished!

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    Good Luck, can't wait to see it!
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    Nice Santa quilt ... glad you found someone who knew exactly what you were looking for. but I clicked on the quilters warehouse link sewflower posted and I must say their , page not found, is the cutest one I have ever seen. I would shop there simply because they have a good sense of humor.

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    oh good luck and keep us posted. it is a beautiful quilt top.... anxious to see it when you get it done... i am not as adventurous as you .... lol.. good luck...

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    I might suggest that you look up santa coloring pages. I found one for a skateboarder and had it enlarged. I use coloring pages and copyright free clip art a lot for my applique. Good luck. Luann in CT
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