Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The Abomidable Snowman

Well I live in Texas and what do you expect from someone that rarely sees snow. I made this several years ago and won a ribbon on it. I just love him.  I put him up in January and leave him up until March. I just wanted to share him with all of you as he will soon be melting away. LOL


Barb said...

Love your snowman!!

KaHolly said...

I enjoyed your post today! My sister and I always have such a good time creating together and I hope we can be nearer each other in our later years, too! I visit my daughter in San Antonio a few times a year and it's the same with us, combining our individual talents. Good luch with your Etsy store!! ~karen

KaHolly said...

p.s. your comment link is difficult to read. Perhaps you can change the color? ~karen

Pat said...

Ummmmm....before he melts away, could you send him to take OUR snow with him to be melted away?? LOL You did a really great job on him!

Millie said...

Love your Snowman and he is so pretty in your home with the yellow walls.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

He's very handsome!

julieQ said...

Love your snowman, he is darling. I am a nurse too...can I put you on my list of nursing/blogging/quilters? Nice to meet you!

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When my sisters and I were very young all three of us loved to make things. I think that was the way kids entertained themselves in those days. Our mother sat us down with old clothes and needles and thread and we made our dolls clothes.
My creativity grew from there and I found myself in high school making all of my own clothes. I did get a lot of attention with my matching outfits including hats. Since I was shy maybe that was my way of creating my own world and at the same time getting attention.
I finally did get tired of making clothes and went into quilting. The first year I quilted I made every family member quilts, quilts and more quilts.
You can only make so many quilts and so many bags before you have no space left. What is a very nutty creative person going to do about this?? Well you are going to open an ETSY shop and sell some of this stuff, right?? http://fabricartist21.etsy.com/
My neighbor asked me to make her a T-Shirt Quilt and I have been doing that for over a year now. I take special orders through my Etsy shop. I have become very busy with this business and will continue to create t-shirt quilts as long as their are customers that want them.

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