Tuesday, November 24, 2009

A Free Early Christmas Gift for All of You (OR What You Can Do While You Are Recovering From Turkey)


Here's a little project I designed for the Newsletter Readers of the t.v. show I am on PBS called Knit and Crochet Today/Now. Each issue of the television show's newsletter features a free project and a show "expert" connection. I'm the featured "expert" this week. I was asked to design an easy project and the Snowflake Embroidered Ornament Set is what I came up with.

The set includes two snowflake ornaments - one crocheted and the other knitted. I used my Julia Wool/Mohair/Alpaca Yarn in Spring Green, Natural and Geranium, of course. I think they would also be fun in many different colors. You'll need some Elmer's Glue and some cardstock to mount them on.

I knit and crocheted all of these in one night so you can tell this isn't the hardest of projects. The embroidery was completed on all six ornaments in less than an hour.

Download The Snowflake Ornament Collection now and make a few of them while you are recovering from your Thanksgiving Turkey dinner!

7 comments:

Lynn said...

Kristin, I bought your new book last night and I have to say it is fantastic! Congratulations! I love, love, LOVE your fearlessness with color!

Jennifer and Steve said...

fun - thank you!

Willow said...

Thank you! They look like a fun and easy project to share with the girls in my family.

Deborah said...

Thank you! Those are lovely ornaments. My LYS called and I got the book. I'm excited about the techniques and I especially love the coat!

grace lovelace said...

thank you for sharing your life,
work & family you are a delight! i look for you most days!
grace

Karin said...

I bought your new book the other day, it is gorgeous. Thank you for writing it. :)

Rachel said...

I wanted to thank you for sharing the pattern for these! :d I so appreciate it! I made a bunch for family and all my fiends this year as gifts and they came out splendidly! :D You can see a post on how mine turned with my review of your pattern on my blog this Tuesday...I'll leave a direct link to it later. ;) I had so much fun making them! :D I used Lion Brand Wool-Ease for mine...the White/Multi that's sparkly was stunning with this pattern! :D Thank you again!

Blessings!
~Miss Rachel~