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Thread: Skating Santa Wallhanging

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    This is a pattern by Patrick Lose'. I love his skinny legs!
    It really does have a green border all the way around. My picture cut it off. Sorry.
    I wanted to show my Sesame St. Quilt too.

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    Super Member sidmona's Avatar
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    Both are very cute!

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    both are TOO cute! Love Santa!!:)

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    Those are great! The Sesame St characters look so true to life. Did you design that pattern yourself?

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    Those are great!!! I love the Sesame st one.

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    Both are so cute. I am pretty sure Santa my very well have skinny legs with all the climbing he does in and out of chimneys as well as all that walking at the North Pole. :lol:

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    very cute!

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    The Sesame St. Quilt is based on a book called
    "Quilting with the Muppetts", which I purchased on Amazon for $.76 cents!!! I did enlarge the faces and used my own ideas on color, etc. It was fun.

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    Love both of them. What material did you use in the Sesame street one? Cotton? Flannel?

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    Love both of them. What material did you use in the Sesame street one? Cotton? Flannel?

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