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A few NEW Patterns for Christmas

Hey Everyone,

While you are hopefully cruising our site wondering what you are going to purchase for your $25 investment to get all of the “free” stuff I want to share 3 more patterns that I have been working on…and I really mean working on…I had to do 2 sets of everything!  There was only one thing I did not make the 2nd sample of and that was the tree mat..which was one of the easiest and I know Jean made that 2nd sample in a morning, a couple of hours.  Everyone of these designs has a tree because that is what we are celebrating this year in 2015! So here are the first set of three ornaments called Yuletide OrniesYuletide Ornies…I first made the truck and… I really made the truck for the Buttermilk Basin blog hop and then Debbie posted a truck and tree!!!lol..what ya going to do right?…so I had to come up with another for that blog hop and just a reminder I will be pulling my pattern for that ornament by Dec. 1st to go and print it NOW, if you didn’t already.

So here’s the story on the truck…I found another  vintage truck this year that I L-O-V-E… IMG_4308I found this turquoise one last year, very modern color! lisa bongean/primitive gatherings  So I wanted to make an ornament with this combo of truck and tree… The next up is a snowman on tree…I wanted to use the tree as the background and appliqué things on the tree..so a snowman was fun and easy…then the Santa…I wanted to figure out how to make the tree separate like Santa was holding it and actual tree not just an appliqué…so I think he turned out awesome…the tree rests under Santa’s mitten like he is really grabbing on!!!  The Yuletide Ornies pattern includes all three designs and  is $10, the pattern with the kit is $25.

Then as I was picking out lighting for our new house that is being built…I was begging for mason jars…but you know how that goes…I ended up something like mason jars…so while I was sulking about it I thought I’m going to make my own mason jar snow jars with santa, a deer and then a snowman! Christmas In A Jar Ornieslisa bongean/primitive gatherings These were really fun…I’m going to try and make real snow globes (like they show on Pinterest) with all the little bottle trees I have also been collecting!  Christmas in a Jar pattern is $10, Kit and pattern is $25 for all three designs.

Next project I was pondering was…what could quilters give as gifts to their quilting buddies? Stitching Essentials is a group of needful things to house our necessary tools that we want to store in a pretty container- you know like their own place not just thrown in the box, keep in mind I also just received a new tiny DOVO that is super cute and is only 3 1/2″ total and wanted to make a “house” for it.  We have those tiny new scissors on our website too!  It’s smaller than any in my 3-pack of DOVO’s and did I mention it’s stink’s cute? I was perusing wools in the warehouse and noticed these beautiful striped wools.  They are just stunning and would make the perfect color palette that either could be made for the traditional or modern quilter, everyone oohed and aaahhed when I showed these to the warehouse girls, young and seasoned, like me…lol. The photo shows the needle case both opened and closed…see that little pocket for your needle threader…This Stitching Esseentials pattern will be $10 and the kit and pattern will be $25 for all three projects…if you love this wool, please order a kit now as I’m sure we will run out of it at some point!3 pieces combo LRlisa bongean/primitive gatherings

So you can see I’ve been doing A LOT of stitching for you and nothing much else…I’m so happy to be home for 3 weeks in a row!!! I can be so productive!!  I wanted to offer these new patterns early enough so maybe you can make them for that special occasion or person or that annual ornament you make 20 of for all of your special people!!  But also keep in mind we are not AMAZON.com and your order will not be there tomorrow…I wish…lol

Now, these will not be on the site until Wednesday probably around 5 ish…that’s a hint if you can catch it…and a reward for reading this post til the end…you will be able to order all of the things we have been showing you this last week, mugs included!!!

all for now…my best to you…if you can, come make an ornie with me thursday-saturday 10-1pm!  LB

 

 

 


15 Responses to “A few NEW Patterns for Christmas”


  1. 1 Lana
    November 18, 2015 at 10:27 am

    Awesome!!! Your designs are wonderful, as usual! Thanks for all the designs on the blog hop’s also. Your generousity is the greatest. Keep on keeping on!!!!

  2. November 18, 2015 at 10:41 am

    Wow–how do you come up with all of this?
    I especially love the Christmas In A Jar collection!

  3. 3 Nancy Nolan-Schenke
    November 18, 2015 at 10:45 am

    OMG Rosemary, are you able to control yourself with all of Lisa’s new goodies?? She is so incredibly talented! Very tempting! NNS

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  4. November 18, 2015 at 10:49 am

    Lisa they are all absolutely fabulous. Truck may be my favorite. But then those pin and scissors holder. Love love and love.

  5. November 18, 2015 at 11:13 am

    I want to buy a kit of the snow globe but I can’t figure out how. Can you give me (us) the link?

  6. 7 Connie Thompson
    November 18, 2015 at 11:39 am

    I’m a bit confused about where to look for your truck pattern you mention will be removed by Dec. 1…is it part of the Blog Hop? And can one still join the Blog Hop?

    • November 18, 2015 at 12:29 pm

      sorry connie the one that is going to be removed is the bulb ornie for the blog hop i posted yesterday…that one will be removed Dec. 1..The truck pattern will be on the site on Wednesday night, for our Christmas event!

  7. 9 ethelann wood
    November 18, 2015 at 1:31 pm

    Hi Lisa, I am really loving the ornaments. I have been thinking about a little truck or two and now that I see your’s I am obsessed. Let the hunt begin! Thanks for all you knowledge and generosity. I always love to see what you are up to. Wish we could be at the event, thanks for letting us follow along!

  8. 10 Sheila Plock
    November 18, 2015 at 1:57 pm

    Lisa, I saw a pattern once on your blog that was wool and

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  9. November 18, 2015 at 2:35 pm

    Love those vintage trucks hauling trees! Perfect for a mantle–I need to find me some….hugs,
    Julierose

  10. 12 Sonja
    November 18, 2015 at 3:59 pm

    Love all of these new pattern. Hope they will sell be available on Sat.

  11. 14 gijane279-Liz
    November 18, 2015 at 9:30 pm

    love love love!!!! Did I ever tell you I had a 1949 Chevy Pick-up? That’s why I just had to have “dashing thru the snow” Enjoy the event, I’ll be heading to the CA shop Friday… lol warn Dru 🙂

  12. 15 Lynn
    December 30, 2016 at 4:56 pm

    Love the trucks are they for sale?
    What size are they
    Have a blessed new year


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