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HHF-506 Snowman Nodders – Make these delightful snowman nodders out of off-white, orange and black wool felt. The snowman heads are attached to 4 ½” tall hurricane springs (springs that have an hour-glass shape) that are then attached to a base (a wide mouth mason jar lid, a 4” round wood plaque or both glued together). They are 14” tall. You will get directions for all the decorations you see – birds, mouse, little snowman, bird-seed sack, nodder sign and red heart.
 HHF-506 $8.50
  HHF-505 Evergreen Gnomes – these wintery gnomes are made from 18” artificial pine trees. You will also need to purchase an artificial pine garland (or any other pine branch item) to fill out the tree and make it nice and full. The gnome hats, nose and mittens are made from felt. The finished gnomes are 20” tall.
 HHF-505 $8.50




 
HHF-504 Teenie Weenie Gnomies - These little gnomes measure 3 1/2" to 4 1/2" tall and can hang as ornaments or sit on a shelf. They are made by cutting off the fingers of an adult (unisex) yarn glove! They are made by inserting a bottle cap down into the cut-off finger to make a flat base for the body. They are then stuffed with polyfil, sand or rice. There is only 2" of machine sewing on the gnome's hat - and even that can be hand stitched. You also receive the directions to make a 9" gnome out of the empty water bottle(s) and "fingerless" gloves. Make these sweet little gnomes in no time at all!
 HHF-504 $9.50
  HHF-503 Quick Nick Sock Gnomes - These gnomes are made from socks and are stuffed with rice. There is very little sewing to be done and they work up quite quickly! They are made from women's crew socks (size 9-11). I like to make the gnome body from a patterned crew sock and the hat from a fuzzy crew sock but many sock combinations are possible. You can actually get 2 hats from one fuzzy sock, so really you only need 1 1/2 crew socks to make a gnome.
 HHF-503 $8.50




 
HHF-502 Nisse Santa Gnomes - These delightful Santa gnomes are perfect for your holiday decor! They are made from felt, fur, fabric and fancy trims. Their bodies are weighted so they can stand alone. They are 14" to 15" tall (depending on their hats). Their hats can be made from felt or fabric and there are 2 different style hats to choose from. The Santa gnomes can carry a candy cane, have their arm around a little tree or even hold a little deer! Gnomes without arms can still have a candy cane or tree attached to their bodies. I have included the directions to make the deer, candy cane and little tree.
 HHF-502 $8.50
  HHF-501 Santa’s Merry Little Crew - These 6 elves make up of Santa's workshop crew. The elves are 12" tall and their bodies are made from beige cotton fabric. Their outfits are made from cotton print fabrics. There is a little painting on the faces and the leg stripes are painted. You have a choice of 3 different leg patterns that will give character to the elves. They have purchased items to give them lots of personality! I did include the directions and patterns to make the candy cane, Merry Mouse and the string of paper elves.
 HHF-501 $9.50




 
HHF-500 A Nod of the Head to Fall - Make these fall pumpkin and scarecrow nodders! The pumpkin and scarecrow heads are round and are made from muslin that has been painted, sanded and distressed. They sit on top of tornado rusty bed springs. They are 12" tall including the hats or pumpkin stem on top of their heads. The hats and pumpkin stem are also painted and distressed. They all have little grey felt mice to keep them company! The bed springs can be found on etsy by typing rusty bed springs into the search bar.
 HHF-500 $8.50
  HHF-499 Heads Up for Winter - Make these 3 delightful winter snowmen! They are 19" tall from the bottom of their bodies to the very top of their hats. Their round heads are made from off-white flannel fabric. They have carrot noses made from rust flannel fabric. Their bodies are weighted and are made from off-white or off-white/black dot flannel fabrics. You can add flannel fabric arms, stick arms or no arms to the snowmen. The snowmen are distressed with burnt umber paint and cinnamon. The round heads for the snowmen are attached to a stick (or dowel) that is inside the body and are 3" above the top of the body, and that's why "it's heads up for winter"! They all have little felt mice friends to keep them company.
 HHF-499 $9.50




 
HHF-498 Heads Up for Fall – Make these 3 delightful fall friends! They are 18" tall from the bottom of their bodies to the very top of their hats. Their heads are made from muslin and are first painted and sanded and then distressed with burnt umber paint and cinnamon. Their bodies are weighted and are made from flannel fabrics. The round heads for the pumpkin man, black cat and scarecrow are attached to a stick (or dowel) that is inside the body and are 3" above the top of the body, and that's why "it's heads up for fall"! They all have little felt mice friends to keep them company.
 HHF-498 $9.50
  HHF-497 Christmas Stumpkins Three - Make these 4 stumpkins: a Christmas mouse, a tin soldier, a Christmas fairy and a Christmas gnome! They are 11" tall. They are weighted and can stand alone. They are made from cotton, felt, fleece, fur and feather (marabou) fabrics. The body pattern is the same for all 4 stumpkins - you make each head separately and attach it to the top of the body.
 HHF-497 $8.50




 
HHF-496 Christmas Stumpkins Too - This is a PATTERN to make these 4 stumpkins: a Christmas elf, a gingerbread man, a raggedy angel and a teddy bear! They are 11" tall. They are weighted and can stand alone. They are made from cotton, felt, fleece and fur fabrics. The body pattern is the same for all 4 stumpkins - you make each head separately and attach it to the top of the body.
 HHF-496 $8.50
  HHF-495 Christmas Stumpkins - This is a PATTERN to make these 4 stumpkins: Santa, a reindeer, a snowman and a moose! They are 11" tall. They are weighted and can stand alone. They are made from cotton, felt, fleece and fur fabrics. The body pattern is the same for all 4 stumpkins - you make each head separately and attach it to the top of the body. 
 HHF-495 $8.50




 
HHF–494 Roly Poly Standing Gnomes - Make these standing gnomes. They are 12" tall up to the top of their bodies - if you include their 6" tall hats, they are 18" tall. They are made from blizzard fleece, felt and long white fur. They have wood dowel legs that are attached to a wood base. Their legs can be painted or covered with fabric. They have quite round, chubby bodies so I have called them roly poly gnomes! They carry little lanterns I have put together by purchasing fairy cages by Tiny Treasures.
 HHF-494 $8.50
  HHF-493 Roly Poly Sitting Gnomes - Make these chubby, roly poly gnomes! They can be made with just feet peeking out from the bottom of a chubby body or you can add some long legs to the bottom of a chubby body - the choice is yours! The chubby gnome body itself with just feet is 5 1/2" tall - if you include his 10" tall hat, then he is 15 1/2" tall - he is taller yet if you make him long legs out of cotton stripe fabric. These gnomes are weighted so they sit nicely upright. They are made from blizzard fleece, felt and long fur. They carry little gnome signs (that are included with the pattern).
 HHF-493 $8.50




 
HHF-492 Gertie Garden Bunny – Gertie is a 28” tall (33” tall if you include her ears ) primitive bunny who loves to work in the garden. She is a standing bunny with wood dowels in her legs and is attached to a wood base. She is made out of honey color plush felt. Her dress and apron are made from cotton print, striped ticking and flannel fabrics. The directions will also include her dirty garden gloves! Add purchased garden accessories to her and she will be ready for a workout in the garden.
 HHF-492 $9.50
  HHF–491 Tutu Cute Bunnies – These pretty little bunnies are 10” tall (12” if you include their ears). They are made from flannel and cotton print fabrics and their tutu skirts are made from nylon tulle. The tutu skirts are quite easy to make: tulle lengths are knotted onto a chenille stem or a piece of elastic to make the tutu and then it is wrapped around the bunny and secured to the bunny’s waist.
 HHF-491 $8.50




 
HHF-490 Lets Hop To It Big Bunny Eggs – Make these delightful big bunny eggs out of cotton print fabrics and Warm n’ Natural cotton batting. They are weighted so they can stand alone. Make the bunny eggs with just a face and ears or decorate them to your heart’s content by adding arms, bows, flowers, carrots or hair!
 HHF-490 $8.50
  HHF-489 Gnome for the Holidays Too – Capture Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter and the 4th of July in a cute little gnome. They are 12” tall up to the tips of their hats (or ears). They are made from cotton print fabrics, felt and fur. There is only one body pattern so they make up very quickly! You will get directions for all you see in the photos, including where to purchase the long fur and instructions for all their decorations. 
 HHF-489 $8.50




 
HHF–488 Tea Cup Bunny Eggs & Company – These cute little bunny eggs are 4" tall (7 1/2" tall if you include their long ears). They fit nicely down into pretty tea cups. They are made from cotton fabrics and felt. You'll also be able to make little chicks out of the same basic pattern! And for an added surprise, there are directions to make Little Digger, a little bunny who enjoys digging up the dirt and flowers! 
 HHF-488 $8.50
  HHF-487 Ring Spring In Bunny with Egg-Stra Special Eggs – Make this delightful spring bunny out of plush felt. He is 14" tall (18" tall if you include his ears). He has a primitive egg body that is made out of muslin and lace that has been painted and antiqued. He stands and his legs are attached to a wood base. Make only the bunny’s head, arms and body and display him on an old wood candlestick. He carries a banner that says "Ring Spring In" made from postal tags, wire and bells. There are directions to make 2 more primitive eggs - a striped egg and a daisy egg. The eggs are 6 1/2" tall, 3 dimensional and by making them you will learn how to incorporate lace permanently onto fabric. Ring in spring with a new bunny and leaning a new technique! 
 HHF-487 $9.50




 
HHF-486 Herbert, Eggbert and Sherbert Bunnies – Have fun making these primitive bunnies out of muslin and then paint and dress their bodies. All 3 bunnies can be made from one basic bunny pattern with head, arms and legs already attached! Decorate them differently and you have a boy, a girl and a prim black bunny with his painted egg belly! They are made from muslin that is coffee stained and painted. All 3 bunnies are 18" tall.
 HHF-486 $8.50
  HHF-485 Bunnies with Their Prim Egg Bodies - Make these adorable bunny rabbits that are sporting 6 1/2" prim eggs for their bodies. They are 12" tall (including their ears) in their sitting position. They are made from muslin fabric that has been coffee stained and painted. Their egg bodies are made from cotton fabrics.
 HHF-485 $8.50




 
HHF-469 Primitive Garden Flowers – Make these primitive daisy, tulip and daffodil type flowers out of muslin fabric. They range from 6” up to 14” tall. They are painted with acrylic paints. They have thin wood dowel stems and are secured into wood bases. You get directions for the little ladybugs too!
 HHF-469 $8.50
  HHF-468 Don’t Bug Us – Beetrice, Liddybug and Bettyfly - Make these primitive bug dolls out of muslin fabric. There is one basic pattern and they are uniquely painted to make them different. They have wood dowel legs and are secured into a wood base. Their wings are made from rusty screen. They are 12” tall (15” tall if you include their antennae and hats).
 HHF-468 $9.50




 
HHF-484 Nipsey and Nina Gnome – Nipsey and Nina are a cute gnome couple who hang out in the garden. They each are a chubby 8” tall gnome. They are made from coffee stained muslin, flannel and small print fabrics. They are weighted so they stand nicely upright. Directions also include the big daisy flower they stand under.
 HHF-484 $8.50
  HHF-483 Gnome for the Holidays – Make these delightful 10” gnomes out of flannel, fleece, felt and fur! Their noses and faces can be made from a piece of nylon stocking or beige colored sock. They are weighted so the can stand nicely upright.
 HHF-483 $8.50




 
HHF-482 Nickie the Santa Gnome – Nickie is an 8” Christmas gnome. He is made from coffee stained muslin and wears a red flannel fabric suit. His boots are made from black felt. He is weighted so he stands nicely upright.
 HHF-482 $8.50
  HHF-480 Winter in the Woods – Make the cutest couple ever – a moose and his best snowman friend - with this pattern! The moose’s body is made from plush felt – his antlers are made from muslin that has been painted and sanded and the snowman is made from off-white flannel fabric . The project measures 16” x 19”. Both are placed down into a tin container that is filled in with snowy pine picks. Instructions for the moose’s tree and the snowman’s wreath are included.
 HHF-480 $8.50




 
HHF-479 Christopher, the Merry Moose – Make this adorable primitive moose for the holidays! Christopher Moose is 22" tall and is made from honey colored plush felt. His antlers are made from muslin that has been painted burnt umber (the painting process makes them stiff). He is decorated with a red and black flannel hat. He wears a scarf that you can make from a long striped sock or from red quilted fabric. I attached a hang tag to his scarf that says " Merry Chris Moose". He carries a little pine tree decorated with red bells. He is placed inside a 5 quart pail you can find in the paint department at Home Depot.
 HHF-479 $8.50 
  HHF-478 Chilling Out with Chubby Charley – This is a pattern to make a delightful 22" tall snowman! He is one of the fastest snowmen you will ever make! There are only 4 body sections to sew together with the neck gathered at the top creating the snowman's head! He is tucked into a 5 quart pail you can easily find at Home Depot in the paint department. He is made from off-white flannel, has a black felt hat and green fleece scarf. An adorable, chubby, easy to make snowman for your craft shows! Directions are also given for faux rusting the tin pail.
 HHF-478 $8.50




 
HHF-477 Packed Snow Sack – Make 4 snowmen that are packed into a sack that you can hang up for holidays or leave up all winter long! The snowmen are made from Warm & Natural cotton batting. They have long bodies that fill the sack. The sack is made from denim fabric and has "Let It Snow" stenciled on the front with white acrylic paint. The completed project measures 20" tall (includes the jute hanger) and is 12" wide. Not up for making so many snowmen? Then pack one snowman into a sack – instructions are also included for that size sack!
 HHF-477 $8.50 
  HHF-476 Sitting Sack Santa - Make this old fashion Santa with a sack body. He is 28” long (only 17” tall in a sitting position). His body is weighted and made from coffee stained muslin, his hat and pant legs are made from red fabric and his sack body is made from upholstery fabric. His sack body is stenciled with black acrylic paint. He carries a small sack displaying a teddy bear and a nice big candy cane.
 HHF-476 $9.50




 
HHF-475 Jack & the Rat Pack – Make a delightful jack that is being decorated by the Rat Pack! This adorable grouping measures 21" tall. Jack is 12" tall himself - if you include his hat, then he is 18" tall. Jack and his hat are made from muslin that is painted and lightly sanded. The rat pack are made from muslin and are coffee stained. Jack's face is painted and he has a pocket mouth that is being patiently occupied while 2 of the pack are decorating Jack's hat. The jack is weighted and stuffed with polyfil. If you don't want to weight him you can glue him to a 6" grapevine wreath (which I used to better display him).
 HHF-475 $8.50
  HHF-474 Cat Nap with Jack – Make a kitty cat who is trying to take a nap on top of Jack and who is also trying to ignore all the little annoyances around him! This is an adorable grouping of kitty, jack and 3 mice that measures 21" tall. Jack and the kitty are made from muslin and are painted and lightly sanded. The mice are made from muslin and are coffee stained. Jack is not weighted, only stuffed with polyfil and is glued to a basswood base. You get directions for all you see in the photo, even the tiny teddy bear.
 HHF-474 $8.50




 
HHF-473 A Snowman to Hoot About – Make this hoot owl sitting on top of a snowman! It is an adorable grouping of an owl, snowman and mouse that measures 24" tall. The snowman and his hat are made from muslin that is painted and lightly sanded. The owl and the mouse are made from muslin and are coffee stained. There is a dowel inside the snowman's hat to hold the owl nicely upright. The project is only stuffed with polyfil so it is displayed and glued onto a 6" grapevine wreath base.
 HHF-473 $9.50
  HHF-471 Merry Olde Gentlemen - Make a vintage looking 18" Santa. Santa's head is made from osnaburg fabric, his body is made from upholstery fabric and his hat is made from any soft fabric (like wool) to complete his old-world look. He is weighted and is secured to a wood base. Santa has an armful of Christmas goodies: make him a raggedy doll, a teddy bear, a snowman or a gingerbread man. He also carries a star ornament and red berries.
 HHF-471 $8.50




   
 HHF-472 A Pumpkin to Hoot About - Make this pumpkin, owl and little mouse - they are grouped together to make an adorable holiday display. The finished project is 24" tall. They are all made from muslin fabric that has been painted and lightly sanded (pumpkin, owl) or coffee stained (mouse). The pumpkin is stuffed with polyfil but not weighted, so he is glued to a basswood base that is decorated with sheet moss. The little "hoot" and "whoos there" signs are hand stitched on coffee stained muslin.
 HHF-472 $9.50
  HHF-470 Santa Sacks - Make both of these Santa sacks that display a wonderful old world, folk art Santas! One Santa is in a chimney-type sack that you would display sitting on a table and the other Santa is tucked inside a hanging sack. Both Santa sacks are 18" tall. The Santas are made from osnaburg fabric and burgundy flannel fabric. I like to use upholstery fabric for the sacks as it is sturdy and has alot of body to it. The chimney fabric is a cotton fabric and is ironed onto the upholstery fabric with fusible webbing. I give you resources for purchasing the chimney fabric. The hanging Santa sack has stenciling on the front done with black acrylic paint (and that stencil resource is also given). The Santas hold teddies and raggedy dolls and of course you will also get the patterns for them!
 HHF-470 $8.50




 
HHF-467 Brewster Rooster - This is a pattern to make Brewster the Rooster. Brewster is an adorable, early morning riser with his coffee in hand! Brewster Rooster is a standing 22" rooster. He is made from muslin that has been basically coffee stained with parts of his body painted (beak, comb, wattle, legs and tail). Yes Brewster has a colorful tail sticking out the back of his pants - what rooster is complete without his tail feathers? His head is nice and round and he has black button eyes. If you would like Brewster nice and prim you can wipe his body with burnt umber paint. Wood dowels are inserted into his legs (and body) so he stands nicely upright on a wood base. He is decorated with a coffee sack and the color label is included with this pattern. He also carries his morning coffee that you will also get directions to make.
 HHF-467 $9.50
  HHF-466 Blue Bird Buddies - This is a pattern to make BOTH of these Blue Birds who happen to be true blue buddies! The girl blue bird has a weighted body and sits. The boy blue bird stands on a wood base and has wood dowels inside his legs (and body) for upright support. They are both 15" tall and have nice round heads. They are made from muslin that is coffee stained and painted. "Papa" blue bird carries his "nest construction supplies" and "Mama" blue bird is happily awaiting the arrival of a little blue bird baby. The photo shows both blue birds with a little Radio Flyer wagon that is only 10" x 20" and is filled with flowers.
 HHF-466 $9.50




     
HHF-465 Chelsea Chicken – Chelsea Chicken is an adorable barnyard babe. She is 22" tall and is made from muslin that has been basically coffee stained with parts of her body painted (beak, comb, wattle and legs). Her body is weighted so she can sit nicely upright. She has a nice round head with black button eyes. If you like her nice and prim you can distress her body by wiping it with burnt umber paint. Decorate her with a little chick, eggs or watermelon - the choice is yours as you get directions to make everything you see in the photos!
 HHF-465 $9.50
  HHF-464 Old Jean Jacks -This is a pattern to make these 5 Jean Jacks! They are made out of old denim jeans (or you can always purchase new denim - any color denim - and distress it) and when they are viewed straight on, they are 6" high and 9" across - if you consider the mice on top with their decor, they would be 12" tall. If you don't have any old jeans go ahead and purchase new denim because I will teach you how to distress it and make it look old and worn! The jacks are decorated with rusty bells and stars and are patted down with cinnamon. A little white mouse (also made from denim) sits on top of each pumpkin and as you see, sometimes he's up there with a friend.
 HHF-464 $9.50




 
 
HHF-463 Prim Bunny and Her Spring Basket Pants –This is a pattern to make a prim girl bunny that is wearing very wide, pink plaid wool pants and she is using her wide pants as a basket to hold her spring goodies! This bunny is made from honey color plush felt and is 21" tall. She stands on a wood base and has wood dowels in her legs for support. She is nicely distressed with burnt umber paint and is really quite easy to sew and put together. Her basket pants are filled with moss, a purchased bird nest with eggs , pink pip berry stems and silk flowers.
 HHF-463 $8.50
  HHF-462 Folk Art Rabbits – This is a pattern to make folk art girl and boy bunny rabbits. They are made from osnaburg fabric that has been coffee stained. They are 15" tall (including their ears) and have weighted "boxed" bottoms so they stand nicely by themselves. They are dressed and decorated with homespun and light upholstery fabrics, laces and purchased little items.
 HHF-462 $8.50




   
HHF-460 Prim Angels Faith Hope Love – This is a pattern to make these lovely 19" angel dolls. They are made from muslin and they can be coffee stained or painted. Their simple dresses are made from striped ticking fabric. Each dress is messaged with a word of faith, hope or love. They carry a candle, heart or dove to further enhance their message.
 HHF-460 $8.50
  HHF-461 Jenna and Jack Rabbit – This pattern gives you the directions to make both bunny rabbits, Jenna and Jack Rabbit. They are 30” long (including their bent ears) and are made from tan flannel fabric you can purchase at JoAnn’s Fabrics or on eBay. The bunny nose is dimensional and is stitched on. Their faces are painted and stitched. This pattern also includes directions to make all the clothes, the big carrot and the big flower and seed packets. You also get the carrot and flower seed labels to put on the seed packets. These bunny rabbits will sit as well as hang up.
 HHF-461 $9.50




 
HHF-459 Spring Line-Up – Oh my, look at all the bunnies lining up for a spring appearance! Make all these stump bunnies from one basic pattern. The basic pattern has one body piece and one head piece making them so very easy to sew up! They are 8” tall (not counting their 2” ears). They are made from muslin and cotton print fabrics and have weighted legs so they can all stand up by themselves.
 HHF-459 $9.50
  HHF-458 Santa Folk – Make many "themed" Santas from one basic pattern. I have made a woodland Santa, a traditional Santa in red fabrics and a vintage Santa. Santa himself is made from osnaburg fabric. He is weighted and is 24" tall. He has a pinch stitched nose, stitched eyes and eyebrows and a natural wool beard. His outfit can be made from wool, fleece, twill or upholstery fabrics. Santa carries a sack full of goodies that are all purchased little items or ornaments. The type and color fabric for Santa's outfit as well as the items in his sack will create your "themed" Santa. For example, woodland Santa has plaid wool pants and a tan wool jacket. He has things in his sack you would find outside, like a snowman, bunny, birdhouse and little cotton birds.
 HHF-458 $9.50

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