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Thread: Looking for Santa wall hanging pattern

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    Looking for Santa wall hanging pattern

    Does anyone know of a Santa wall hanging pattern. Preferable free. Have searched on Google and not luck with current patterns. Thanks!
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    I'm not a member of Pinterest so couldn't go all they way there, but I did get a result on "free quilted santa wall hanging", I know there are a lot of free Santa blocks out there so maybe you can take those and make something of it.

    Good luck!

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    My guild had a July workshop making Santa wallhangings or throws. But the pattern isn't free. It's fast and fun to make, no quilting required as it's quilted as you go. Some chose to make it a rag quilt some didn't. When Christmas is over the quilt is turned around to show Santa leaving getting ready for the New Year. The back is the back side of Santa. So cute. https://quiltinaday.com/shoponline/pattern/65547
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    these old world Santa's are nice. i got them in a swap but perhaps you could find some online and just go by the photos...
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    Yes that is what I want. Will check on line again. I do not have much luck with Pintrest since I can not find the site /pattern for the pictures!
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    Wow! Beautiful!

    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    these old world Santa's are nice. i got them in a swap but perhaps you could find some online and just go by the photos...
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    Very pretty and cute.
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    I found only 1 free Santa pattern (quilt block size-not a wall hanging):
    https://quiltdoodledesigns.blogspot....nta-claus.html

    All these are under $5.00 US

    This one's not free, but it's fun. It finishes at 14" x 19" https://www.quiltingbookspatternsand...roducts/i-know

    And another "Sunbonnet Santa" from Craftsy.....also not free and just a block size: https://www.craftsy.com/search?query...aper%20Pieced)

    This one is mug rug size(not free): https://www.craftsy.com/quilting/pat...mug-rug/203701

    More from Craftsy...just not free: https://www.craftsy.com/search?query...2Fsearch%22%7D

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    Santa & Rudolph (not free):
    This applique is 24" x 16" without the border
    https://www.craftsy.com/quilting/pat...pplique/311906

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    You may also find photos of them in coloring books, and use the photos to make applique Santas. There are free coloring book pages available on the computer that you can print out yourself. Good luck in your search.

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    Here's a pp Santa face block that you could build around..
    http://www.quilterscache.com/S/SantaFaceBlock.html

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