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Advent Calendar

Posted by geezerfolks (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 25, 06 at 17:14

Seeing the Xmas wall hangings reminded me of this Advent Calendar I made a few years ago. The block size is around 3"...4" with borders. They are pieced, appliqued and paper-pieced....I think I even had to draft a few cause I couldn't find what I wanted. It was fun to make.


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RE: Advent Calendar

Very nice, Sharon!


RE: Advent Calendar

Very nice Sharon,looks like a lot of work.That santa in the top row looks like one i did just recently for one of the gals in the block exchange.

RE: Advent Calendar

Thank you.....the picture really doesn't do it justice. I sewed little jingle bells in the cornerstones. I gave most of the little blocks away to the girls at the office so they may want to hang it up again this year.....and I'll probably let them. @:)


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