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Saturday, December 5, 2015

Weekly Wound Up

Did you enjoy our big sale earlier this week? We sold an overwhelming amount of patterns and I think we loved the sale just as much as our fans did! We're so excited to see what you make with your new patterns. The holidays are sneaking up on us and it's the perfect time to be sewing those special outfits and of course handmade gifts for our loved ones. 

And just perfect for that, this week we posted several new FREE projects on the blog to kick off our Twelve Days of Christmas! It's one of our favorite traditions and this year's projects are as fun as ever. Here's a little recap in case you missed the first few:

On the First Day of Christmas, Emily gave to me, this oh-so-adorable crochet Santa Hat!  The downloadable PDF pattern includes all sizes: doll, baby, toddler, teen, and adult! 

If you're new to crochet, no problem! We included the link to our beginner crochet video so you can get started.

Our Second Day of Christmas project  from Tiffany A. and Heather H. can be used for gift giving or a whimsical holiday decoration. Or both! Santa's Sack is quick to sew and will be a favorite for years to come. Not only is the sewing pattern free, but we even included a bonus embroidery file! 

On the third day of Christmas, CKC gave to me... a felt Christmas tree tutorial! This tree is so fun for your younger kids- they can rearrange it over and over and over again! We have included everything you need, including pattern pieces for the tree; ornaments- an angel, gingerbread man, snowman with hat, star, heart, candy cane, present with bow, stocking, and three shape ornaments; an angel or star tree topper; and the bow for the top of the presents. We hope you love it!

We can't wait to show you what new projects we have in store for you in the coming days! Stay tuned for the Fourth Day of Christmas coming up on Monday!

Another new FREE pattern we have on the blog that we posted just before the big sale, is this fleece hat pattern. It can be either slouchy or fitted for the style, and the instructions are very easy to follow. Sizes for Toddlers up to adults!  

This wraps up our Weekly Wound Up!  We hope you had a wonderful week and that you thoroughly enjoyed our big sale as much as we did. 

Let's Create! ~ Kristen

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