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Snow Happy

Whimsical Embroidery Designs to Mix and Match

By: Robin Kingsley

Price: CAD $35.99


Imprint: Martingale

80 Pages

10.79 X 8.58 X 0.24 ins

ISBN:  9781604686876 -- Paperback

Publication Date: 02/18/2016

Simple to stitch and so much fun, you'll delight in making these whimsical hand-embroidery projects featuring winter's most charismatic characters: snowmen. You won't be able to get enough of these roly-poly snowmen as they cook, sew, quilt, and frolic in a winter wonderland created by you!
  • Charming snowman patterns let you showcase your handwork while creating adorable d├ęcor
  • Easy, portable projects make great gifts and festive holiday decorations - including a table runner, pillow, ornaments, and more
  • Mix-and-match motifs let you customize your embroidery with just a few simple supplies

Robin Kingsley of Kelseyville, California, is a needlework teacher, fabric designer, and owner of Bird Brain Designs. When she's not working in her studio or traveling to quilt shows, Robin can be found in her garden, one of her most important sources of design inspiration. Visit Robin at www.BirdBrainDesigns.net.

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