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Thread: Redwork- Walking in a Winter Wonderland

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    Redwork- Walking in a Winter Wonderland

    This will be a wall hanging as not big enough for a quilt, but I do love how it turned out. I used glass seed beads for the french knots and buttons of different colors. I just love the fabric as it's Christmas buttons. Thanks for looking.
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    How cute is this??!! Love it a lot!

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    That is one pretty wall hanging. Did you machine or hand embroider the redwork? Thanks for sharing.
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    That is gorgeous ! I love snowmen I bet in blue it would be pretty also hhhmmm - where did you get the pattern ?
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    Beautiful and I love your little seed beads, great affect.
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    This is sooooooooooooooooo cute. GREAT JOB and I love it. I am going to try this myself.

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    It's absolutely gorgeous!!!!! Awesome job!

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    I would be interested in the pattern. Can you tell us where it is from.

    I do a lot of redwork. I haven't seen these patterns. Can you tell us whose they are? You did a beautiful job.




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    Thank you, this pattern is by Sandi Bard Designs,
    called winter wonderland.



    Quote Originally Posted by Maggiesmom View Post
    I would be interested in the pattern. Can you tell us where it is from.

    I do a lot of redwork. I haven't seen these patterns. Can you tell us whose they are? You did a beautiful job.




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    Really cute! Thanks for the pictures.... thought it was another version of the Crabapple Hill Winter Wonderland Redwork...but no... yet again, another design!

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    Pretty, a perfect winter decoration.
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    I love it. It is sooooo cute.

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    Very cute! I love your embroidered snowmen!
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    Lot's of lovely hand work went into making your very sweet Wintertime quilt. I like it very much.
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    Love love love it!
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    Very cute and great work!

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    Thanks so much.
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    Sooooooooo very cute, will make a wonderful wall hanging. Great job.
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    That is wonderful.
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    Just darling. Thanks for sharing.

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    That is so cute. You did a great job on it.
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    Very cute! Saw the button fabric myself but didn't get it because I couldn't think of what to do with it. It looks great as the border!
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    It is adorable, you have done a wonderful job! Thanks for sharing.

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    So cute. I just love red work.
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    Gosh this is a cute design buddy's mom. I wish I had time to hand embroider. Life just won't slow down enough for me to do it.
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