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Windmills! Dutch Canal Houses! Plastic Canvas Ornaments! And a Pattern PDF.
Submitted by Pam on Thu, 11/14/2013 - 22:44
Just In time for celebrating Sinterklaas' arrival in the Netherlands from Spain AND JUST FOR YOU, I have designed two pretty little plastic canvas windmills and two simplified versions of plastic canvas canal houses. Sew them back to back to create ornaments, or glue them to a felt backing to make coasters. Or stitch six and sew into blocks to scatter on a windowsill or mantel or place on a holiday table as gifts!
Links to instructions for sewing into blocks or flat two sided ornaments can be found here in this Christmas in July post. And a PDF for the Dala and Mushroom and Tree featured in the above link can be found here.
Like all the other plastic canvas projects featured in the Christmas in July post, these little ornament/gift tags are made using 7 squares per inch plastic canvas and just about any worsted weight yarn you have on hand.
Of course, if you are into geometrics, your can make ornaments or coasters from any of the designs shared here or adapt these brilliant square within square designs created by Diane at Craftypod here.
For a copy of a little stitch diagram provided as a printable PDF for the wind mills and the canal houses please shoot me an e-mail (or if the attachment link thingy below works for you - use it!!! )
|Plastic Canvas Windmill & House.pdf||1.28 MB|