2012 Aurifil Designers Christmas Ornament Hop

Embroidery + Handmade + Christmas + Aurifil = Awesomeness.

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  1. CELIA REGINA DOS REIS’s avatar

    CAROLINA, amo(I love your quilts) seus quilts,estou fazendo um curso de patchwork aqui em Uberlândia(Brasil),não falo quase nada de inglês.

    Parabéns pelo seu trabalho

    Celia Regina

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  2. Linda Ross’s avatar

    Thanks for your design, will enjoy sewing out.

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  3. Cara Tesdahl’s avatar

    I didn’t see your ornament. Did I miss something?

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  4. Carly’s avatar

    I loved looking at all the ornaments!

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  5. Karen’s avatar

    I don’t see the ornament or the download link.

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  6. Brenda Hulsey’s avatar

    My last tree was apples, red beads on a string to look like cranberries and clear lights.

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  7. Julie’s avatar

    Great snowflake! I’m on a snowflake kick this year so I’m glad to add it to my collection. My main tree is always done in red and white. We got married at Christmas time and those were the colors at our reception and the trees there were all decorated in red and white too. Brings back great memories every year!

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  8. helenmarie’s avatar

    Thank you for the snowflake design!
    My tree has no theme…. it is covered with my 3 kids hand made ornaments!

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  9. Bobbi Delsing’s avatar

    Thanks for sharing! My tree is of many colors.

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  10. Judith’s avatar

    I love the way the aurifil thread looks on the snowflake! Thanks for the chance to win some thread…it looks awesome.

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  11. Super Mom - No Cape!’s avatar

    Your snowflake is so sweet. Thank you!

    Our tree doesn’t have a theme, it’s just a collection of ornaments and garlands that I’ve made or collected and been given over the years.

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  12. Diana’s avatar

    THanks for the snowflake ornament, love the color. Our tree doesn’t have a theme, it is an assortment of bought and child made ornaments. All the ornaments bring back memories.

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  13. Anita’s avatar

    Your pattern link does not seem to work.

    I decorate my tree with a little bit of every thing. Thanks for the chance to win thread.

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  14. Karen Nelson’s avatar

    Tree is from the northland! No crazy colors , just natural animals., there are a few that we’ve made! Made soooo many more when the kids. We’re growing up? They are there’s now – represented their life’s moments! Sports teams, hobbies, tons!

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  15. Donna Joy’s avatar

    My tree is filled with handmade folk art ormanents, embroidered or cross stitched. This year I will make 12 new ones, thanks.

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  16. Shirley’s avatar

    Thanks for the ornament pattern – I love them all and wish I’d have time to make them all!

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  17. Cara Tesdahl’s avatar

    No theme, unless you count eclectic. I have everything from kids/grandkids projects, to delicate crystal, to primative and everything in between. Your little snowflake will be really cute, I plan to add crystals to make it sparkle!

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  18. tammy bowser’s avatar

    I am mostly red and silver, but have some special ornaments I put up too.
    I love your little snowflake, wish it was the only ones I saw! lol
    I am from PA

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  19. Annette Crain’s avatar

    My Christmas tree is filled with vintage looking ornaments, and photo memories of all our grandchildren. I have the old-fashioned white icicle lights and it is so much fun to decorate.
    We have lots of snow here in Utah, so the sweet snowflake ornament is quite appropriate.
    Thank you!
    Happy Holidays to you and your family too.

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  20. Jolene’s avatar

    Our MAIN tree is always in white, and crystal with a touch of light blue.

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  21. Jamie’s avatar

    Our large tree downstairs is not themed, we just put up what ever we feel like with some special ornaments always being used. Upstairs in my quilt room I put a small tree up that is white and blue with snow fairies and crystal ornaments on it.

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  22. stacy’s avatar

    love your design! what fun. can’t wait to see what’s next.

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  23. nancy potter’s avatar

    our tree is alittle bit of everything most are hand made and some old ones that were handed down at the top for save keeping

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  24. Debbie’s avatar

    Our tree is decorated with mostly nature-type ornaments. I have a large collection of birds and wildlife animals. Loving this snowflake!!

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  25. GG’s avatar

    We used to have a ‘little bit of everything’ Christmas Tree. But 2 years ago we bought Silver and deep Raspberry ornaments (on sale after Xmas) and did a complete change over. You know, all the old red & green ornaments held a lot of memories- over all the years, I miss that.

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  26. Nancy’s avatar

    My tree ususally is a mix of all colors. My ornaments are varied and I always choose multi colored lights. The ribbon garland has changed over the years but is a gold for the warm colors of Christmas.

    I think I like the color as its always white outside living in MN.

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  27. Linda P in IL’s avatar

    Our tree is a combination of ornaments collected over 47 yrs of marriage.
    A few from my childhood and a few from our first Christmas included.
    It is fun to open the boxes every year and get see them all again.
    I love your ornament and will start it today. Thank you!

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  28. Dianek’s avatar

    My tree is multi-colored blinking lights with a variety of handmade ornaments. Some I have made and other my grown children made. I especially like the ones that included my daughter’s 3rd grade photo – she cringes every time she sees it.

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  29. Cindy L’s avatar

    I have several trees that are all themed. Cactus with chili pepper lights and Texas capitol ornaments; main tree with ornaments from my sons and travels; upstairs a woodland tree. Fun.

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  30. Cindy L’s avatar

    Rudolph is perfect!!! I decorate a bedroom in Rudolph.

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  31. Jeanne’s avatar

    Hallmark Ornaments on the main tree dating back to 1981. Kansas City Chiefs Ornaments on the basement tree. Pretty little angels on my granddaughters tree in her loft bedroom. Trains planes and old trucks on the grandson’s tree in his room. And lots of teeny tiny snowmen on my tree. Love them all.

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