Sunday, November 2, 2014

New Christmas pattern - Mademoiselle Snow

There’s nothing that gets my mojo going as much as designing for Christmas… and I figured, the shops have their festive displays happening, so why not decorate my blog early too?!  Do you like my new banner?

I have been busy working on Christmas projects too, and am very happy to introduce you to Mademoiselle Snow…

She’s a little shabby chic, and if you look closely, she’s a little sparkly too, loving to adorn herself with bling when the stardust falls from the sky on those cold crisp nights!

This sweet mademoiselle measures 20cm x 9cm (8in x 3.5in) and is constructed with minimal sewing.  I only used my sewing machine to stitch three straight lines and the rest was done by hand in no time at all.  Which leaves more time for the fun bit – embellishing!

The pattern is available for Mademoiselle Snow as a PDF from my Craftsy store here, or as a paper pattern in my shop here,  for just $10USD (inc. P&P if purchasing a paper version). 

I had it in mind to make some pretty pastel Christmas decorations and was inspired to create this first one when I started sewing with faux fur.  I used fur by Tilda ™, and purchased it from Shabby Art Boutique.  You only need a fat eighth to create one snow-lady… but can you just stop at one?  I couldn’t!

I hope you have a fantastic day!  I’ll be back tomorrow with some more news!!

Until then – snowy hugs!

Vikki xoxo


Christine M said...

She is so cute and sweet, Vikki.

Sue Niven said...

very cute Vikki!

KaHolly said...

Oh, Vikki, you've outdone yourself with this precious shabby chick!! And yes, your new header is beautiful.

Chris H said...

Awwww she's adorable.

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