Saturday, 10 November 2012

Christmas biscornu



I've had a bit of spare time and decided to do a quick biscornu
- Yes, I'm kind of getting hooked on these cute things! -
A lovely Christmassy biscornu for wich I found
the pattern on My Crafty World
 I decided to finish it with some of the charms I've received
earlier this week (little Christmas bells)
I decided to attach a ribbon & will
find a place for it in our Christmas Tree!

| Happy Stitching! |


J'avais un petit peu de temps libre cette semaine,
j'en ai donc profité pour faire un petit biscornu... de Noël!!
Je l'ai terminé avec des petites cloches ainsi qu'un ruban
Il va falloir lui trouver une petite place dans notre sapin ☺

46 comments:

  1. Oh I love the little jingle bells. They are so so cute! Really pretty!

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    1. Thank you! I couldn't resist using them!!!

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  2. It looks fantastic! I might steal this pattern at some point :D

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    1. Thanks Sarah! Feel free to use the pattern, I found it on the blog... This will help for the Fair stock!

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    2. Absolutely! It's going on my to-do list

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  3. Very pretty, I will be trying my first biscornu soon for an exchange, I hope mine turns out a well.

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    1. I'm sure it will Minnie! They are so much fun to do!

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  4. So nice. I've never done a biscornu.
    Hugs.
    Fiore

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    1. Give it a go Fiore, they are really easy to do & look ever so pretty!

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  5. Another cute ornie. Congrats on the finish.

    Linda

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  6. A ha, Christmas spirit is in the air on your side too :)))
    Christmas Biscornu looks so lovely - ribbon is perfectly match; little bells too!

    Sounds me like "Jingle Bells"


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    1. ☺ Thanks Nurdan!! Your Christmas spirit is infectious!!!

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  7. See so many finished biscornus, I must stitch at least one, thanks for sharing where you found this freebie. I have downloaded to try

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    1. Give it a go Melinda, they are such pretty things!

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  8. It is very nice :)
    you absolutely must make other biscornu
    they are beautiful.
    Giovanna

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  9. this is going to look so pretty hanging from your xmas tree : )

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    1. Thank you!!! I wanna do some more...

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  10. So cute! Be sure to hang it somewhere where you can jingle the bells~ :D Biscornus look like so much fun.

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  11. Oh, it looks wonderful with the little bells attached to the corners.

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    1. Thank you! They make a lovely little noise too!!

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  12. It is very nice! You are a master of the biscornu production :)

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  13. That is such a pretty biscornu - and a great finish for you.

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  14. Beautiful biscornu, also I've done for Christmas, but I can not even publish on the blog.

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    1. Thank you Ivana! Yours must be a little present if we cannot yet see it!!! It will be a lovely surprise!

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  15. it is truly so sweet..
    hugs x

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  16. A quick biscornu? WOW!!! It's beautiful! I've never tried to make any...it seems difficult to me....

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    1. Thank you! You should really give it a go, it is not that difficult. There are some really good guides all over internet...

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  17. your 'quick' biscornu is lovely and will be a perfect ornament in your Xmas tree =)
    the bells, the ribbon, the fabric you chose...it's so perfect
    well done =)
    it's a long time now since I made a biscornu
    I have to change this hehehehe
    big hugs
    xxx

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    1. Thank you! I love making biscornu!! No time to get bored :D

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  18. Aw that is lovely, would look wonderful on a Christmas tree.

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  19. Thank you!!! I want to make an other one... I'm getting addicted, help!!!

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  20. Beautiful! Very nice finish!

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