Good Morning All
I have enjoyed visiting the others Christmas In July posts, and want to thank Carol at
https://www.justletmequilt.com/ for hosting this hop.
Hoping you like this little Snow Bear.
This is my first attempt at making the rope baskets, they can be done so many ways.
We got some new girls, thought I would show their new eggs.
Kept it short, be sure to visit all the ladies. There is some great and beautiful projects being shared some with tutorials. How awesome is that.
July 27 - TODAY
Blessing to All
That bear is cute, cute, cute, Tonia! The scarf around the neck makes it look so classy. I've never been good at sewing stuffed creatures, but this is so adorable I might just have to try again. Same goes for your pretty basket. I want to be creative like you when I grow up! Thank you so much for hopping along with us and for inspiring us with your sweet projects.ReplyDelete
Snow bear and the bowl look great together. The bowl is almost too pretty to fill; I loved how you changed the colors and added extra interest.ReplyDelete
The Snow Bear and the rope basket are both really nice. You did a great job on them.ReplyDelete
Your snow bear is very handsome, love his scarf. I've seen many rope bowls but never one in such lovely holiday colors. You shared some great projects. Hope you have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful snuggle bear. Love the tie. I've made several baskets and coaster sets in the past but never thought to make them up for the holidays, great idea. Didn't know you had chicks, sweet.ReplyDelete
Love the baskets!ReplyDelete
thank you for sharing your lovely projects. i remember on the farm how excited we all got when one of our new hens layed their first eggs. there were six of us and of the five kids it was always a bit of a fight who got to eat those eggs. LOL mom quickly put a stop to that one. quilting dash lady at comcast dot netReplyDelete
I've never made one of those bowls. Are they complicated? I love the bear's scarf!ReplyDelete
Hi Tonia! Wow, you did a fabulous job on the both bear and the basket. And those farm fresh eggs look delicious. I had them growing up - my dad was a converted farm boy citified by my mom, so we went and got eggs from the farm at least every other day at my grandpa's farm. What beautiful things you shared today! Happy Friday! ~smile~ RoseanneReplyDelete
I have these baskets on my To Do List for this winter! Looks like fun.ReplyDelete
Very pretty fabric bowl. I’ve only tried one. I will have to get out some Christmas fabric and try another.ReplyDelete
I love your snow bear. What a sweetie. Rope baskets are so fun to put together, and make for a great gift basket for the holidays!ReplyDelete
love your bear made one once and they are not easyReplyDelete
Lovely bowl. On my to do list, I have never made one. Snow bear is adorable. hugs, ljReplyDelete
Your bowl turned out great! The little snow bear is enjoying it!ReplyDelete
I have never made a rope bowl and your first bowl certainly gives me encouragement as yours is perfect. I love the colors and prints you chose. The eggs are beautiful in the bowl and I'm sure you are proud of the girls. Did you make the snow bear, too? It looks difficult as well. It is lovely. Thanks for participating in the hops and giving me great inspiration to try something new. Merry Christmas in JulyReplyDelete
Your bear is adorable in his cute little tie , and your basket is beautiful. Great projects!ReplyDelete
Your snow bird is cute and you did a fabulous job of that basket.ReplyDelete
That's an adorable bear, and he looks great in tie, with a bowl to help you collect the hen eggs. Thank you for sharing this Christmas inspiration!ReplyDelete
Such a cute bear, sporting a rather spiffy looking tie. I've never tried one of those bowls because I've been afraid it would wreck my sewing machine...I do like the look of them though.ReplyDelete
I love your snow bear and your rope bowl looks great. I'll have to investigate how to make one :)ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness! How adorable is that cute bear and basket! WOW! You are creative dear lady. Hugs and blessings, CindyReplyDelete
Mr. Bear is adorable and your basket is stunning.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas! Mr. Bear looks ready to welcome your guests for the holidays.ReplyDelete
Tonia, I forgot to ask you about the pattern for that bear. Is it your creation or is there a pattern for it? It is really cute!ReplyDelete
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I love your snow bear and his cheerful Christmas tie.ReplyDelete
Lovely blog. Thanks for sharing with us.
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