Clowning around

Had to share this with you!  It’s my grand-daughter Alyssa in her clown costume that I made right after market, in one day, under pressure, with dottie fabric.  She surprised me by getting that great tie all on her own.  Then she found a hat and added the flower trim.  We had one happy grandma and grand-daughter on Halloween!  Great combo don’t you think?

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In my newsletter today you’ll find two free patterns.  I’ve included them below,  just in case you haven’t signed up for my newsletter.

First up, “Stocking Treats”!  These are so easy to make.  We used some Moda Dottie fabric and of course I have the bundles available on my website.

Stocking Treats

Stocking Treats

Then, in case you need more crafts to do this season, I’m showing you how to make these cute little ornaments I made years ago.  A friend showed me how to make these, and I thought you’d like them too!  I use them every year to decorate my kitchen counter.

Snowmen smiles

Snowman Smiles

Enjoy the free patterns and look for my newsletter in your email today!

Hugs,

Anne

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  • Karen Miller - Perfect match! She looks awesome Anne – what a fun costume! Thanks for the newsletter too!ReplyCancel

  • Linda - Great costume! Great photo! I’m off to check out these patterns. Thank you. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Audrey - The link for the snowmen ornaments didn’t work! I think these would be great do do with my 10 year old granddaughter.ReplyCancel

  • Judy Davis - Very thankful for your free patterns for the Snow pockets, Stocking treats, and Snowman Smiles. Love your patterns and website.ReplyCancel

  • Pauline - OMG Anne, the clown costume and your grand-daughter are adorable. What a fun time making memories with your DGD. You sure do know how to make us smile…as always I love reading your newsletter. I’m in love with ‘Winter Wonderland’, all your new patterns are the cutest…they are sEw me. Thanks for sharing your talent…it keeps us quilting and creating! Enjoy your day Anne, hugs PaulineReplyCancel

  • DeAnna Dodson - Oh, such a cute costume!

    Love your Christmas treats and your new fabric line. So cute!

    And I had to order Rudy. Couldn’t resist! :DReplyCancel

  • Sue Chapman - Great job on the costume, and the tie absolutely puts it over the top! Your grandgirl is as clever as her grandma! (SO MUCH FUN being a grandma!)ReplyCancel

  • Karen Shackleford - Your granddaughter is adorable. Great job on her dottie costume! And thank you for the Christmas patterns and fun incentives. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.ReplyCancel

  • Sara - what a wonderful costume! So cute!
    And thanks for the stocking pattern and snowmen idea, I’ve already printed them off!ReplyCancel

  • Kristy - Your granddaughter looks fabulous! Well worth your efforts. She will always remember you for coming through for her. The stockings are darling…hmmm one more thing to go make. I can do this!ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Your granddaughter is so darling, even with a giant red nose :)
    She has obviously inherited some of her grandma’s artistic qualities!ReplyCancel

  • ina - that is adorable!! she looks so cute! ;pReplyCancel

  • dispack - Wow, cute costume – good job to you and the girl! Fun.ReplyCancel

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