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Tuesday, May 05, 2015


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Hi, Pat. Barb and Mary are on a roll with their Makin it Cut line! I would add them along with snowmen and pine trees to a winter throw.
Christine from Ontario

Janet Green

Many many years ago I was taken to a family friends house. They had four children 3 girls and a boy. All of their children were adults at this time, but I was still a young girl. We were taken to an attic to see if any toys or books were available to us to use. In a box there was a wreath of old mittens with Christmas decorations and bows! All handmade and wooly. She had made every pair. For years. When her kids left home she made a wreath for the house. That's what I would do,just out of fabric, a Dresden plate type design made of mittens!

Nancy Burdette Sampson

I would add them to winter placemats I love placemats.

Laura LaFromboise

I would put them on the Christmas gift bags I'm making for my friends in my craft/sewing group.

Sally Dixon

I would make mug rugs for Christmas gifts. :)


I would make a Christmas tree skirt.

Judy Crowell

My daughter wants a new Christmas Tree skirt. They would be so cute appliqued around the edge! :)


I think they'd look cute on a mug rug.

Kathleen Battaglia

I can still see my reds wool mittens as a kid...I'd make a panel for the front door.

Barb Hanger

I would use them in a block for a Christmas quilt.

helen murphy

I live in Michigan. These would be fun as 3-D accents on a lap quilt in the shape of a mitten.

Keri M.

So many choices. I think I would have to make them first before I would know where I wanted them.


Hi Pat, these would make an adorable advent calendar wall hanging for my little grandson! This year he will be 2 and able to enjoy the holidays for the first time.
Diana from New Hartford, NY


Making a string banner...to hang above my TV for all of winter to bring some color to the dreary days of winter!!

Carla Middlebrook

I just stripped all my Christmas fabrics that I had been saving for years to make myself a quilt for the season. I would add some mittens on my quilt, along with a cute pillow with mittens too. When it is hot in Texas, I know I will feel cooler by sewing for cold weather😄

Terri T

I would have so many uses for this. Since I am from the mitten state!!


Christmas ornaments with the grandkids names on them:)

Janet Lassman

A Christmas or Winter themed wall hanging would work nicely for those mittens. We don't need mittens here in South Florida, but my friends and relatives up North would love this as a gift!

diane motley

I have begun a Christmas table runner with "Winterberry" fabric. I need four-five different holiday templates and know that the table runner could not be complete without mittens!

Anita Jackson

I like throws for the couch. I want to start one for every season! Making the Crown Royal for my honey. Got the top finished! But a mitten border sure would be cute for a winter Baby!!!!! xxxxxxLOVExxxxxx

Deann Worthington

Quilt blocks for a Christmas quilt!

carol corner

I would make place mats with matching napkins!

renee from Iowa

My granddaughter who has the flower pattern would love to make these for everyone in the family to put up in the winter time.

Peggy Alley

I would make a table topper and fun placemats. The mittens are just too cute.

Priscila Brine

I would make them for Christmas gifts!

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