I am excited to share the second Primitive Pillow ornament with you...
I decided to use Let It Snow this month only to find we have possible snow flurries in the forecast for today. I also know it is still snowing in places like Scandinavia, America and Canada. So celebrate that snowy blanket by stitching up this ornament today.
I will be using beads on a couple of these ornaments but although I considered enhancing the sides of this design with little while beads, I decided I wanted them to all stay very simple and primitive looking. There are a couple of the designs where the beads are necessary. Please feel free to add beads to your Let It Snow if you would like. There are also little snowflake buttons available which would also look cute.
I am using two fabrics that match to back my own ornaments but you could choose to use scraps making each pillow unique.
If you missed the first ornament and would still like to stitch them all, you can find the first one here. I am going to look forward to receiving more photos of finished ornaments in the coming weeks.
Here is a photo of the beautiful version of Believe by Barbara. She has made primitive go elegant. I love her twisted fabric hanger.
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haha!" Good thing I havent left for my cottage yet, because then I have time to find something I can stitch on! Ill use your ornament Let it snow!
Leuk je nieuwe ornamentje Heidi!Ik ga toch eens in mijn borduurmand kijken voor een lapje!
Heidi, you needn't go to Skandinavia or Canada to see it snow. We were having new snow every morning during the last week. Today it was the first time without new snow, just the old one, lol.
The ornament is so lovely and goes so well with the other one. I also love the way you finished it. Great!
Very very cute, Heidi! Thanks!
wat een leuk patroontje, echt een om eens tussendoor erbij te maken. ze staan in een mapje: heidi's ornamenten...
leuk om je valentijn-show met mooie werkjes te zien; altijd bezig!
Wonderful new chart, Heidi. I love how you've made it a matching one to the first chart!
Oh, beautiful! :D
I've been waiting for today...I love our second ornament! I'll be starting mine sometime this week...I have stitchie homework to finish for tomorrow.
My SIL is making believe...but she is adding an I, using a larger count fabric and turning it into a pillow...I think it's going to be great....have a happy day, hugs, Linda
I love it--I don't get snow here in Florida, and wish we did...so I keep hoping LOL
Well, this on is just too cute. I know Barbara will like this one and she has been (not patiently) waiting for it. LOL.
I haven't done these, I am too busy with my Indian. I do think they are really cute. Good job on designing.
Love you, Mom
These are so sweet!
No snow here today - sunshine and crisp air, so we're off to the beach for a nice long walk with wee Declan (he had a sleepover last night!)
Oh, I LOVE this one, Heidi! (You probably knew I'd say that, hehe.) I only wish we'd get some snow here, but it's looking like spring already.
I love this design, it is so cute! I am stitching it right now, it is a joy to stitch, thank you for sharing!
Hi Heidi thanks for your encouragement on my blog. I think I was just having a touch of the winter blues!!!!!I would love to get back into my quilting but will probably wait until after the wedding. I am writing it down in my projects to do folder the list is getting bigger by the minute lol!!!! i started your little Christmas ornaments & will post a pic once I have them done. I don't know why I have never been on your other blogs but I'm going to take a peek now. TTYS Marie
Your second pillow is so pretty and so appropriate for our recent weather. I love the way you have finished it.
You really are getting inspired with these pretty designs :>)
Ooh, thanks for ornament #2! You are so clever and generous to share with all of us.
A lovely ornament again! I like the kind of letters you use very much!
Hugs back & ik duim voor je morgenochtend!
Love your second ornament, Heidi, it is very cute, nice job.
So sweet! I've scheduled a link to your post to go live on my blog on February 22. I hope it brings you a few extra visitors.
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