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Annual Prairie Schooler Santas

Posted by bamasue (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 30, 06 at 11:07

Just curious to know if anyone has stitched these Santas and, if so, what did you do with them. I have a stitched collection of all of them and thought for years of a quilt, but am thinking of any alternatives.

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RE: Annual Prairie Schooler Santas

I do them. I have about 10 done. I plan to do a wall hanging of 16.

In a local x-stitch store, they have a premade frame for 12, but I really want mine to be a square. It would just work well for the space I have in mind!

When I get the 16 done, I plan to re-do some as gifts.

RE: Annual Prairie Schooler Santas

Appreciate your response, Lauren! We are sadly now void of all xstitch stores here so I miss seeing new ideas on displaying things. For now, I simply display them all on an easel board at Christmas. Too cute to keep away till I figure something out! Like your wallhanging idea! They're such fun to stitch.

RE: Annual Prairie Schooler Santas

I love them because they're so quick to do and there's not a lot of backstitch to do!

I love the look when the back stitching is done on a piece, but I hate doing it.

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