Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Day 3 Mistletoe Make and Bake Blog Hop

Woot Woot it's day 3 and your story tellers today are....
Celine Perkins – Perkins Dry Goods
Patrick Lose – The Latest News from Patrick Lose
Kelly Ann Richardson - Kelly Ann’s Quilting

Lookie who the third person on the list is...yep it's me....how exciting is this...and now it's my turn to share with you another goodie and my fun Christmas project.

So by now y'all know that I grew up in a military family, when my father retired we settled in a small town in North Carolina.  The neighborhood my parents still live in was a great place to grow up, every year there would be a big Christmas party and you learned early on how to get a conversation going in a room full of strangers.  The family that hosted this party would invite people from all over, people with no family in the area, people from their work, just people in general.  I've never had any issues starting a conversation, and to some of you that's not a surprise, but keeping one going with strangers can be difficult so I've always resorted to humor.  Humor plays a big part in my life, and with that comes the animated hands...here's proof from the early 80's...
  and here's one of the 70's....
the pose is always the same...so if you ever find yourself at a party and needing to start up a conversation, just use humor and hands..they work well together.

Here's my project and my goodies...all in one picture...first lets start with the project...I started off with a simple drawing of holly leaves and berries, just click on the link to download a pdf of the drawing, you can enlarge it or make it smaller to suit your needs.  I made two projects to help spark your creativity on using this simple pattern.

First up is my wool pillow and I absolutely feel in love with wool while working on this project...
I used 100% wool that had been felted and hand dyed...again, total love.  The leaves were outlined using 12wt Aurifil thread and the best part was I used it in my sewing machine and it sewed like a dream.

Wanting to play with my pattern alittle more I decided to try my hand at some cute redwork...

I love redwork and this quick pattern, from tracing to finish stitching took less then 2 hours.  I used Kona Snow for the top, 12wt Aurifil thread #2560 and some fun plaid fabric I had in my stash, kind of cute don't ya think.

Now for the goodies...this is an easy one....these little morsels go by a variety of names, Reindeer droppings, Reindeer Poo...but we just call them yummo..and stinkin' easy.  
We love these when I use dark chocolate but with all the different flavors of kisses and M&M's out there the combination's are unlimited.

I'm doing a small give-a-way...leave me a comment and you'll be entered to win a selection of 12wt Aurifil thread.
Don't forget to stop by all the bloggers and leave a daily message to enter to win a grand prize, check out this posting for all the names...
until next time....
Be Kind....
Kelly Ann




191 comments:

  1. LOve the redwork tablerunner, and the candy sounds wonderful!

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  2. Thanks for the quick simple and cute holly pattern. The candy recipe looks way better than its name sounds!

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  3. I love your Reindeer Pooh recipe. Definite want to make some. Great name and sounds yummy.
    And, of course, I'd love to win some Aurifil thread to play with. I'm still a newbie to Aurifil thread (have one spool a friend gave me to get me to try...love it).

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  4. Love that wool pillow and the Reindeer Poo recipe. Hoping to make both. I also love Aurifil!

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  5. Thanks for such a great pattern and recipe, the reindeer poo sounds great and so easy I reckon even my kids could make them! :)

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  6. Hahahaha... now that is some colorful poo! My kiddos are going to love making those! Thanks for the pattern too!

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  7. Your recipe is fantastic. Very nice and easy pattern too.

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  8. The holly wool pillow is really cute! Thanks!

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  9. love the recipe for reindeer poo, I am going to put the holly onto a couple of teatowels for christmas presents

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  10. What a great recipe! And SOOOOOOOOO simple! Thanks.

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  11. love the cookie recipe! super easy when entertaining. martha from minnesota

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  12. Day 3 - Thank you, I know that recipe will be enjoyed!

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  13. Thanks for sharing! (And I love Aurifil!)

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  14. Thanks I love redwork. The recipe sounds so easy and good

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  15. Your recipe for Graham Cracker Balls has now become a part of my family's holiday tradition - to die for, Girl !!!!!!

    Thanks for everything !

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  16. I love how the cookies and wool project match - so cute! I still need to think of something to say while waving my hands, otherwise i might attract a Heimlich maneuver.

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  17. The wool pillow is gorgeous! What a great idea. And my grands will love the reindeer poo!
    Thanks!

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  18. Kelly Ann - thanks for the "interesting" recipe - can't wait to share some Reindoor Poo with friends and family! I love to applique wool/felt, so I'll create that version for sure. I have never used Aurifil, so I'd better be checking that out as well. Thanks for sharing the recipe, pattern and hand motioning photos!

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  19. Having lived near a military base for 7 years, I found that military people know how to jump right in and get things started. They don't have time to sit around and wait, they may get transfered. Thanks for sharing a fast easy holiday treat.

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  20. The reindeer poo looks yummy - I love pretzels and chocolate! Thanks for the pattern also! I would love to win the thread. Please add me to the drawing.

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  21. Thank you for the recipe and I love decorating this time of year using holly leaves and berries!

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  22. I can always use a pattern/tracing for holly and berries. The simple runner idea is a winner!!

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  23. Adorable pillow you made for today's project. Thank you for the recipes and giveaway. I've never tried Aurifil thread, but would love to! ~Kathleen

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  24. How quick and easy are both your pattern and poo! The Holly Leaves & Berries in so "doable" and can still be done in time for the holidays. I have had the "Poo", they are so yummy! Thanks for sharing, would love to win the thread! HUGS... and stitches

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  25. Thanks for the super pattern and tasty recipe. Sweet and salty together is a favorite. I love the simple elegance of your pattern, too.

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  26. Love the holly wool pillow and table runner, great projects to finish in time for the holidays. Recipe sounds yummy and quick - thanks for all!

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  27. Love your interpertation of the holly leaves. What's Christmas without red work! Thank you!

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  28. Snuggly pillow! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  29. I'm loving the great variety of fun projects this week! Your recipe sounds SUPER easy... great for the holiday rush.

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  30. Thanks for the pattern and the recipe. It sounds yummy!

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  31. Great pattern and the Reindeer Pooh sounds yummy. I will have to try it. Thanks for being part of the hop

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  32. Thanks for sharing your recipe, and these patterns. I have always loved redwork, and wool applique is my new favorite thing! Going out to get some Kona, and look for a red/green plaid to make that table runner today. Love it!

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  33. The recipe sounds so easy & I can think of several ways to use the pattern.

    Nancy E

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  34. Thanks for the cute project. Also love the choc/m&m pretzels - these are so addictive!

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  35. Thanks for a great quick and easy project. Love it.

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  36. Love the quick project, wool is the best! And my granddaughter will love those morsels! Thanks

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  37. Thanks for the quick and easy project and recipe. I'll have to try making the Reindeer Poo with my grandaughter.

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  38. Kelly Ann,
    Thank you for the festive project, it is so fun to work with wool. Will have to give the recipe a try.

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  39. Wool - gotta love it! That will be my choice for this project. Great recipe for the kids to make, easy, and yummy! Thanks. Jodi

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  40. Thanks for sharing. This looks like a good project for a first time working with wool. Nice and easy. The grandkids will love the Reindeer POO cookies and me too...love pretzels. Thanks for the chance to win the Aurifil threads.

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  41. This is a lovely project! Thank you so much! And I love how the cookies look! Have to try that!

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  42. That reindeer poo does look tasty - wow that sounds weird!

    Enjoy your giveaway - count me in!

    ltenhage@gmail.com

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  43. Running right out and buying some poo ingredients.

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  44. Love the holly leaves wool pillow. The recipe is one I had been thinking about, as I recently saw round pretzels, and was wondering where my recipe was. Now I don't have to look any further!!! Thank you

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  45. Thanks Kelly Ann for a cute project. My head is swimming with the possibilities. I used the 12wt. Aurifil this fall for the first time and loved it.

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  46. Thanks so much for the pattern and recipe!!
    And thanks for the chance to win some Aurifil thread...never tried it before!
    Paulette

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  47. I love the pattern! It's so cute!!!!!!

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  48. Love the pattern and recipe

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  49. I love using holly in my designs, it is always a nice touch and love green.

    Debbie

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  50. Thanks for the cute pattern. And the chance to win some Aurifil thread. I've heard wonderful things about it but have never tried it.

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  51. Love the wool pillow. Thanks for the idea and recipe. Chris G.

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  52. Reindeer poo! Just love it, and your projects - just wonderful!

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  53. Thanks for the recipe and pattern!

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  54. I have made the reindeer poo before but didn't know the name of it!!! Thanks for including me in your giveaway.

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  55. Don't know what the grandkids will enjoy more, making Reindeer poo, eating Raindeer poo, or saying the name...haha. Love your holly projects! Thanks for sharing

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  56. Who knew poo could be a good thing??? LOL Thanks for the recipe and the pattern!

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  57. I am about to embark on wool. It does appeal. At the same time, I have inherited a pile of silk yarns. What to do!

    I am a tread junkie so please include me

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  58. Thanks for sharing! Mary Ellen Boynton

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  59. My in-laws have that kind of party every year too! I'm hoping to start that sort of tradition now that I have a house!

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  60. Thanks for a cute pattern, and for the reindeer poo.

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  61. Thanks for the pattern and the recipe. The table runner is cute and very quick!

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  62. The cookies are so quick and good!
    The pattern is great!
    Thanks for a chance to win the thread and for sharing!

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  63. I have been doing a lot of redwork lately and love it! Thank you for the pattern! The recipe sounds so easy and so good! Thank you!

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  64. Very cute pattern, and the recipe looks yummy. I agree that starting the conversation is not as difficult as keeping it going ;-) Trying to find common ground can sometimes be challenging.

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  65. I was interested to find out that there is a heavier Aurafil--I've only used the 50 wt. for piecing. I love to embroider in the evenings and will look for the Aurafil to try out with my next project. Thanks for the cute stitchery!
    Karen in Breezy Point

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  66. I'm with everyone else and plan on having Reindeer Poo around the house this season:) I do like both the pillow and the mat. Thank you for the pattern.

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  67. What fun! Even your recipe name is humorous :) Thank you so much for sharing!!

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  68. Thanks for the patterns and recipe. I haven't tried Aurafil yet, but I read about how wonderful it is.

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  69. We love these chocolate pretzels too! Neat projects.

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  70. Hollys are my favorite symbol of the holidays! And Reindeer Poo...priceless!! Barb M

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  71. That holly is beautiful, I love the richness of the colors. Thanks.

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  72. Love the recipe and the wool pillow....simple and tasty; simple and lovely! Would like to try the aurifil thread.

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  73. Kelly, love the projects and all of the recipes that have been posted. I can't have them but I can make them for others. I have been trying to figure out how to post all week... I am not a blogger... and Nanette said to use anonymous and sign my name here. So I have been reading every day and now I can post.....

    Becky

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  74. What a great pattern and certainly do-able before Christmas. Thanks for the recipe too.

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  75. Thank you so much for the project and the recipe. I've never worked with wool, but I think I may have to give it a try!

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  76. Oh my, I would love to win that Aurifil thread...I have heard such good things about it. Thank you for sharing that cute holly pattern and your goodie recipe!

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  77. Oooh. Love the pretzel candy. I've never tried it with m&m's. Will add that to my bag of tricks. Holly is such a great design element. Thanks for sharing.

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  78. The grandbabies will like making these snacks and eating them, too! marzstars@msn.com

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  79. I love simple projects and recipes! Thanks for sharing both and the chance to win some great thread:)

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  80. About the Poo recipe....never heard of your version...I lead a very sheltered life, I suppose LOL! Thanks for the recipe & project!

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  81. The reindeer poo is always a staple at Christmas office parties. I'm a holly lover, so your project is great. Kathie L in Allentoen

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  82. Thanks for the cute project - I've just tried wool applique and I'm glad to know that you can use the aurafil thread to finish it off by machine. I'm going to try out the poo recipe just so I can say the name!

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  83. Thanks for the great project and recipe!! Love visiting and seeing such great designers!!

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  84. I love your pillow and your recipe name is too funny!

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  85. LOVE YOUR HOLLY PATTERN!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  86. Thanks for the cute pattern and recipe. Your wool pillow is so cute! And I love those yummy goodies. Can't wait to try both!

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  87. Love the wool pillow. Thanks for sharing in the blog hop!

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  88. Thanks for the wonderful pattern and recipe. I'm looking foward to trying both out!

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  89. Thanks for the terrific pattern and delicious recipe.

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  90. I have some wool projects waiting. Hope I like it as well as you do. Thanks for the recipe.

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  91. Cute, quick project! The treats sound like a nice variation of the ones I make with Rolos and pecan on top of a pretzel. Ann in NC

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  92. Thanks for the goodies and the giveaway!

    Billie K

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  93. Your wool pillow is truly beautiful. Thanks for the stitchery - I will print it out for my daughter to play with. The poo, well, I'm sure we'll try anything made from chocolate and pretzels once:) Thanks for hopping - new to your blog and really like it's (and your) happy tone!

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  94. I have always been a person who "talks with her hands.too"
    I love the wool pillow. Thanks for the pattern.
    With so many great recipes, we may gain a few pounds during the holidays! Thanks

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  95. Chocolate and pretzels? YUM! I love wool applique, and your pattern is so cute! Definitely must make a few of these. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  96. Cute pillow. Love working with wool. And Reindeer Poo, how each can that be. Love it.

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  97. Love the table runner idea and recipe. I can't wait to try them both.

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  98. Wool has become my addiction lately. I can't seem to get enough of it. I can't wait to make your project. I have made the reindeer poo before and it's always a hit. Thanks for the blog hop...it is so much fun.

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  99. My grandkids LOVE pretzels, so this recipe will surely please them. Also really like your projects. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  100. Really love your projects, especially the wool pillow.

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  101. Thank you for the recipe and the wool felt pattern.....

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  102. Thank you for the recipe and the pattern. I would love to win some Auriful. I haven't worked with 12 wt before.

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  103. The perfect holiday project! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  104. Thanks for the pattern and candy recipe. I really enjoy working with wool.

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  105. Love the reindeer poop recipe and the pattern.
    Thanks also for the giveaway.

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  106. Love your project and the recipe. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  107. WOW what a fun quick recipe. That will be on my list for sure. Can't wait for the aurifil. Thanks Ardis Young

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  108. Have some beautiful dish towels that would look darling with your holly done in greenwork. Will start tracing pattern right now. Thanks

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  109. Anything with Holly is a favorite with me! And I've made those pretzel snacks and they are a favorite in our house!

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  110. I have been a military wife, my husband is now retired but you learn to get along with everyone and adapt to every situation. I loved the military life!

    Thank you for the wonderful pattern and the Reindeer Poo - we have 12 deer that frequent our yard and they are fun to look at but your recipe will be great fun to eat!!!

    Have a great and wonderful day!

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  111. Thanks for the great tip using 12wt Aurifil in your machine. I will grab some and try it. I love holly, so this is a great project.

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  112. Thank you for sharing the recipe and wool pattern! Have a wonderful holiday!

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  113. I will definitely have to try the Reindeer Poo...Grandkids will love it.

    Thanks for the holly leaf pattern.

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  114. Thanks for the pattern - I think I might just have to make reindeer poo tonight!

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  115. Several thoughts flitted through my head as I read about the project and goodies. 1) Also love working with felt and really appreciated your felt pillow. 2) Have not tried Aurifill thread and would love to win it. Where do you find it? 3) So into dark chocolate that the other chocolates don't even tempt me anymore.

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  116. Thank you for the pattern and recipe. Have had those treats b efore but never made them. They are delicious.

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  117. I love the wool version. Wool is so wonderful to work with.

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  118. would you belive I have never heard of raindeer poo? I need to print that one out!!!! cute little project too, I LOVE the runner!

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  119. I love the wool pillow version; and the runner is very cute. And anything with M&Ms on it is heavenly. Thanks.

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  120. Love, love the pattern you have done for us - and I really like that it can also be done in redwork...

    Thanks,

    nhsarab at yahoo dot com

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  121. Love the holly pillow and thanks for the recipes.

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  122. Wow! I love your pattern and I love how you show it all the different ways. I have to say I like the red work the best, because it was totally unexpected! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  123. OK! The Reindeer Poo is fabulous and EASY!! Love that! The holly pattern is very versatile and will be great for small projects, thank you.
    I am French Canadian and I think we ALL talk with our hands!! In fact I don't think our lips can move with out our hands helping!

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  124. I love the table runner. And Reindeer Poo? what a funny name. Sounds good, though!

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  125. I've never tried redwork but I really like how it looks on your pretty table runner! Your recipe sounds like it would be easy to make and they would disappear really fast too. Thanks.

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  126. Thanks for a great pattern and recipe. I'll have to try making the Reindeer Poo it looks yummy with all that chocolate.
    Alda, Fl

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  127. Haven't made any reindeer poo yet but, there's alway's a first time for everything. Thanks for the recipe and pattern!

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  128. Love your redwork pattern. And the reindeer pooh is interesting.

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  129. Thanks for the pretty holly pattern. I'm sure the candy/cookies will be good, too. You can't go wrong with chocolate and pretzels.

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  130. Thanks for the wonderful project and the cute recipe!

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  131. The pretzel treat is a stable for our Christmas. We use the square pretzels and just love them. We have found not all the the kisses melt the same, so you have to experiment! Thanks so much!

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  132. Thanks for the recipe and the pattern - both look great!

    Janet
    jfquilts@gmail.com

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  133. Love the pattern and the recipe! Thanks!

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  134. I love working with wool, too. Your pattern is very effective in both applications. Thanks!

    Leslie S. in MN
    esclante at comcast dot net

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  135. Love the reindeer poo

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  136. Reindeer Poo ... that is a first for me but oh so interesting. We have little ones (my niece's daughters) and we should have lots of fun with Reindeer Poo. Thanks for taking part in the blog hop.

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  137. Thanks for the fun recipe!! YUM!!

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  138. Thanks for the REALLY quick treat....always need a last minute treat....and the holly pattern is great

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  139. thanks for the pattern and all of the different looks it can have.

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  140. Can't wait to try the Reindeer Poo. Looks yummy!

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  141. I've never heard of Reindeer Poo but I will have to give this fun little recipe a try. Love the holly and berry drawing, it will be very useful! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  142. Can't go wrong with Reindeer Poo!! Does Rudolph's poo glow red in the dark??? Bad Joke...sorry! Can't help myself.
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

    http://grandmamasstories.blogspot.com

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  143. Reindeer poop! How original and funny. Thanks for the receipe and the two patterns. My favorite is the redwork whick I believe I will make for next Christmas.

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  144. Thanks for the recipe- looks great! Can't wait to try the redwork.

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  145. Holly leaves have always been one of my favorite designs for Christmas, and I like redwork idea! Reindeer poo?? Little kids will have a laugh over the name, but I love chocolate with a hint of salt from the pretzel, so I'm sure it will be a favorite!!

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  146. Loved what you said about humor.I agree totally.
    The reindeer poo will be good to try with the Grandchildren. Thank you. Judy S.

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  147. Interesting recipe, one I'd never seen before. I'll try them out (I like easy). Thanks for the line drawing, my leaves always look weird!

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  148. Thank you for the pattern and the recipe!

    SheilaC

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  149. What a fun cookie. I love the redwork. Thank you for the give away!

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  150. Thanks so much for the fun wool pattern. The red work version looks like fun to. I love working with wool. The hand dyed wool is just beautiful. Thanks, Karen M

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  151. Reindeer Poo sounds good. Going to make it as part of gift basket. Thank you for the giveaway of thread.

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  152. I've always wanted to make Reindeer Poo-I will this year. Thanks for the quick project!

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  153. I like the holly on the wool. Very sharp looking!

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  154. I, too, am new to using wool and I also find myself falling in love with it! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  155. I love the pattern. I have had these goodies before & they are wonderful!

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  156. I love the redwork holly leaves, very elegant. Thinking, what would they look like in gold metalic? Very festive!!

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  157. Love redwork, but that woolfelt pillow looks beautiful, too. Where should I start?

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  158. I love the pillow. Thanks for the recipe.

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  159. The wool really shows off the design of the ivy. Please enter me in your giveaway for the Aurefil thread. Thanks.

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  160. I want to try my hand at redwork. Everyone's projects look so fabulous! Can't wait to try the recipe, thank you so much!

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  161. Reindeer poo.....thanks for the chuckle!!

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  162. The poo sounds delicious. Thanks for such a versatile pattern. I saw another reader suggested putting the design on tea towels. I have some that are waiting for a plan. Yeah!

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  163. The poo sounds delicious with 3 of my favorite ingredients. Love your pattern too! I already have plans for it.

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  164. Lovely pattern. Reindeer poo is the kind of name that will tickle kids! Thanks for the mistletoe blog hop.

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  165. I love the wool pillow. And the Reindeer poo looks great! (Love the name!) I hope you have a very happy holiday! Thank you for having this give away!

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  166. Great recipe! Please enter me in your giveaway.

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  167. reindeer poo - ha ha ha!

    i do love the holly leaves & berries - it's just something about those leaves, all pointy and green, innit?

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  168. Oh HOLLY! Cushion and runner that is. So simply cute. Then you throw in some REINDEER POO and AURIFIL to boot; great blogging!

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  169. Thanks for these great patterns! Enjoying the Hop!

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  170. Wool is one of my favorites, thanks for the cute pattern and the good holiday recipe!

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  171. Love the redwork, and the reindeer poo looks adorable! My granddaughter will love it!

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  172. I love that design. Very cute and simple.

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  173. I LOVE wool projects!! Thanks for the easy pattern!! great recipe also!

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  174. I love the little wool pillow - sew sweet! Thank you!
    Paulette

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  175. Looks great. Love the holly and berries. Thanks for sharing.

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  176. What a cute pillow! I like that your pattern can be adapted to a variety of projects. Think I'll add mine to one of those mug rugs that are taking the quilting world by storm. Love the Reindeer Poo too - I know kids of all ages will delight in this fun recipe! Thank You!

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  177. That pillow is soooo gorgeous. I think it would take a lot of practice for mine to turn out that great! But I appreciate the inspiration!

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  178. I love the pattern- thank you - came back today to review it again - I like the idea of using it for a mug rug!
    thanks for the inspiration

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  179. Thanks for the projects and the recipe!

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  180. Excellent blog, Congrats to the Web Master, nice colors and text.
    Thanks for sharing your knowledge. God bless you.

    Cherry Marmalade Recipe

    Geetings from Venezuela.

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