Creative Christmas - Little Things BloggedToday I have more blogger's Christmas decorations to share. 'Little Things Blogged' aka Tanya has kindly made 3 different decoration designs, with varying colour options too - go stripey or plain! My favourite have to be the miniature mittens - they are just the cutset thing. Each time we have received a pattern I have mentally added them to my Christmas gift list. A list, which at the moment seems to have no end (arrgh!) and I have to admit not one thing has hopped on the needles yet - eeek! There is still plenty of time though, isn't there?
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The second pattern is for a a delicate lace stitch bell with a glitzy edging.
The third pattern is for a sweet little stocking.
Here is what Tanya had to say about her typical Christmas........
What does Christmas mean to you?
Christmas is actually my favorite holiday! I love the season spirit, seeing people decorating their trees and balconies! I can still remember helping my mother baking Christmas delights and decorating our home! Generally Christmas is associated with joy and family time for me!
Do you always have a crafty Christmas?
I always try to make something craft related for Christmas! Most times I crochet ornaments to hang on the tree or give them as presents to family and friends!
How do you decorate your home?
To be honest, I decorate it quite minimally! I most times pick up some branches from the local market and decorate it with wooden and handmade ornaments! I always hang up stockings and of course use Christmas lights!
Have you made any hand made gifts this year?
I have not started yet, but I'm planning on making some hats and amigurumi for my friends! I also want to make a crochet pillow for my mum! I guess it's time to start making! :)
Have you ever received a handmade gift?
Of course! It was a chunky knitted scarf made by a friend! I still wear it and enjoy it's cosiness and warmth during the cold winter months!
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