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   Hoot 'n' Holly Pattern $9.95

by: Sparkles n Spirit

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 22" PRAIRIE OWL AND HIS SWEET LITTLE MOUSE FRIEND

 Pattern includes: step by step instructions, a supply list, and colored photo.  Sold Separately:  Woodkit WF01 includes pre-drilled, pre-cut dowels and base. Ready to glue up and go!  Accessory Pak - includes several hard to find accessories needed to make one (1) "Hoot n Holly" doll.Apak includes: 2 brass tacks & acorn tops, (eyes/Hoot), 2 black beads (eyes/Holly), wide ricrac trim, dried primitive cornhusks & leaves, scrap burlap (hat).  PLEASE NOTE: Fabrics vary from photo.

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Quilter's Combo $65.85

   by:  Grace Company

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The TrueCut ruler track and cutter guide interlock to give you superior precision and accuracy! As you cut, the track and guide keep the cutter from slipping away from the ruler's edge.  The combo includes:  Comfort Cutter 45mm    Ruler: 6½ x 24½    1 Pack of TrueGrips (non-slip adhesives)

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WhITCH Hat to Wear Kit  $42.80

   by:  Granny's Legacy Patterns

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 8"x20" when finished. KIT with PATTERN : Includes pattern, hand made buttons, and enough woolens and backing to complete one project. Thread Kit and Display Plank are available separately.

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Pyramid Scheme Quilt Kit  $161.00

by: Dearest Boy

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This is a 58" x 68" machine-pieced pyramid quilt which includes 10 "fancy" pyramids to gently exercise the maker's embroidery and applique skills and introduce the skill of ruching.

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 "a-MAIZE-ing Harvest" Pattern $19.50

    by:  Kathy J. Gaul of Meetinghouse Hill Designs

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“a-MAIZE-ing Harvest” by Kathy J. Gaul of Meetinghouse Hill Designs – Finished sizes – 14” x 18” door spray; 13”, 15” and 17”- 3 sizes of Indian corn cobs; 20” long bittersweet vine.

Three fully dimensional ears of Indian corn created with embroidery stitches and each with a different style of husk, and a vine of bittersweet make a charming door display – all made from felted wool, hand-dyed threads, wire and floral tape. The corn cobs and vine can also be used individually in wooden bowls, across a mantel, or down the center of your Thanksgiving table. 

Pattern for $19.50, includes detailed written instructions AND our signature "photo sheet" with 50 color step-by-step pictures to coordinate with the written text. Celebrate autumn’s harvest!

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Be Merry Primitive Santa Pillow  $32.99

by:  Woolen Willow Designs

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An adorable primitive Santa carries a primitive Christmas tree with a primitive star at the top. Text reads "Be Merry." Wouldn't this be lovely on your favorite chair or sofa during the holiday season? Would make a lovely gift.  12x12 finished
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