Friday, December 6, 2013

Saturday Santa...

Earlier this week Tonya Turvold sent out an email and it  reminded me that I always liked to make her Santa pattern called "Olde Saint Nick".  You can check out "Back Porch Pickins" for her other designs and she also sells finished products.

Don't be afraid of the eyelids, they are much easier to do than looks like. ( Jordan says Santa Claus doesn't wear blue eyeshadow.)

I am thinking of my Kentucky friends and family  this morning, it looks like they have had some awfully bad weather.  Stay safe and warm. 

12 comments:

Chatty Crone said...

Do you have a Santa for everyday? Cute.

Susie said...

Peggy, What a wonderful santa claus. I laughed about the blue shadow. Cute. Stay warm and safe. I am praying for everyone who is effected by the bad weather...we have only had 1 inch of snow and more may come later...but the ice part wasn't bad enough to lose power and girl that's a blessings. xoxo,Susie

kath001 said...

I love it! Blue eyeshadow and all! :)

Primitive Stars said...

Oh what a wonderful Santa, love him, Francine.

Buttons said...

Oh I love this Santa. B

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Your Santa is delightful. Yes, it seems those to the south of us are getting much worse weather than we are too. Praying all will keep safe and warm.

The Moonlit Stitch said...

Love the blue Christmas Santa! What a great pattern - perfect for that lil chair too. I loved Kentucky when we visited, the folks out west and down south sure are getting the weather this year. Hope all of your people stay safe and warm Peggy ~*~Lisa

Carol Z said...

Santa is a cutie. Putting him together seems overwhelming to me. So glad there are more talented crafters in the world. Keep warm!

Blackberry Lane said...

How adorable! So much fun to see your sweet creations. Merry Christmas.

Anonymous said...

He has left the building.

peggy said...

He HAS left the building (Town Peddler) Thanks Anon, I just checked. I sure hope he enjoys his new home, we kind of bonded while I was making him.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

I hope you-all had a very Merry Christmas and will have a very happy, happy, happy New Year!