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I've been cooking all day today for tomorrow!
Finally sat down and decided to update you all with my X'mas ornaments. :)
I made all except one ornament (skate) from the leaflet.


Again, the patterns are from Leisure Arts #4241 "Ornaments to Crochet 3 Ways".
The yarn I used was Red Heart Sport, and the main stitch was slip stitch.

The ornaments have been mailed out to my nephew and niece already. :)
They haven't received the package yet so I really should email my sister to tell her not to peek. :D

Happy Thanksgiving to you all!!!


Mimi said…
They are the cutest Chie! How can I buy that leaflet? do you know if the store ships international...I may not get it in time for this Christmas, but its so darn cute I really should have it ;)
Toni said…
Those are so cute! They make me want to get out our Xmas stuff like yesterday.
JulieP said…
Those are cute, cute, cute!
Ulla said…
Love them all

Have a nice time
Ulla in the north of Sweden
Mary Sarah said…
Those are all so cute! How fun!
Vik said…
Awww! Love the all! Great job, Chie!
JL said…
U did all these !!!

Very CUTE.
Chie said…
THANK YOU all so much!!! *hugs*
sarah said…
Super cute! I actually made one of those Santa faces once, about a million years ago. : )
Knitnerd said…
Very cute ornaments!

P.S: I am really happy that you like my beret. I am trying to post the design soon (after the finals).
Kate said…
These are absolutely adorable ! I crochet them using the crochet thread size 20. I didn't think they would come out this cute with yarn. Great job !
The Capodimonte Shoppe
jen said…
well this is super late but i still want you to know that i think these are very cute!!! i'd like to start working on these now so i have enough time to make several to give to my friends for christmas '08. lol you're never too early to crochet anything, right?

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