Monday, November 23, 2020

Prim Winter Peace- A Prim Christmas Series Freebie.


 Well Happy Tuesday!  Do you have a busy week planned? Cooking, decorating or visiting family? I plan on making a few side dishes for Thanksgiving for the family feast . Other than that I will have play time in the quilt room. 

 Last week I had showed a sneak peek of a little ornament that I was working on which was a snowman.  This is Prim Winter Peace- the 2nd in my little Prim ornaments series that I am working on for my downstairs Christmas tree. 



 A little snowman enjoying a cold winter day with a cardinal perched on his head.  I just love cardinals though our cardinals are not taking advantage of the feeders at the moment.  



Last week I introduced Prim Winter Home. If you missed last week's ornament in Prim Christmas Series , click  on  Prim Winter Home

Prim Winter Peace is similar to Prim Winter Home . It has the black wording on the bottom  followed by a line of snow and the same pine bough with bow at the top.  

I am planning on 5 of these ornaments - all using the same floss colors. I am using DMC . For this ornament, I used 310, 221, 895, 898, B5200  & added 920. Now I always like my whites to pop so I usually use a bright white like b5200.  I would suggest using your favorite floss colors- that is what I am doing. I do not have a great floss collection and just use the same colors all the time which fits my own decor and personal preference. 



This is a small measuring 33 W x 45 H. I stitched mine on 14 count tea/coffee dyed aida which means it measured around 2 3/8" x 3 1/4". 
 
I finished Prim Winter Peace just like my Prim Winter Home which if you are interested you can refer back to that post. 


If you would like to add this little snowman to your stitch list, just check out the pdfs below. Now I do have to put a disclaimer- I am not a professional designer nor do I have a professional set up. The pdfs' may print out light. I have not found a remedy to change that. 

For the instruction page, click here

For the colored chart,   click here



For the black and white chart,  click here






 I truly hope you enjoy this little snowguy .  Have a beautiful day and as always...
Happy Stitching, ya'll
Melisa
How wonderful it would be if you would tag me and use #pinkernpunkinquilting if you post one of my designs. I would love to see it.  You can always direct message me too. 


13 comments:

  1. Oh Melisa, this is adorable. Love them both!

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    1. Thank you so much, Robin. I think they will like wonderful on the downstairs tree though it is getting a little full. Lol. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Melisa

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  2. This is so sweet, Melisa. I love that the series you're planning uses the same colors, too--makes life so much easier! Ha Ha! Enjoy your Thanksgiving with your family. I am only making one pie this year as it is just my husband and me--seems very strange, but I'm loving having this extra time to decorate for Christmas ♥

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    1. Oh thank you so much, Carol. It does make it a lot easier when stitching a series to use the same colors. We had a nice quiet Thanksgiving with the family though we did not get to visit hubby's family. Hopefully we will Christmas though. Have fun pulling out all of your Christmas decor. Hugs. Melisa

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  3. So very cute! Thank you again for all the cross stitch patterns. Have a lovely Thanksgiving. First time in 48 years it will be just the two of us for dinner. It's okay. Best to be safe for everyone. We have so much to be thankful for...family, health, friends, pets, and of course lovely free patterns from people like you. Blessings to you and your family. Patty McDonald

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    1. I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving. How strange it must be to not have all of the family around, but I agree it is best to be safe. We got to visit my side of the family who we see everyday , but not hubby's side.Hopefully, we will see them at Christmas but we will have to see. Thank you so much for visiting me and many blessings to you. Hugs, Melisa

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  4. We could all you a little more peace this year. Thank you for sharing your adorable snowman with us.

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    1. Aah thank you so much, Heather and I could not agree with you more. Have a blessed week and I hope you enjoy this little snowman. Hugs, Melisa

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  5. Merci de tout coeur pour ce joli bonhomme de neige. Il est aussi craquant que la petite maison de la semaine dernière. C'est très généreux de nous offrir vos créations.
    Pas de Cardinaux en France, mais les petits oiseaux sont au rendez-vous pour manger la nourriture que je leur mets, ils profitent également des graines de nos 2 poules qui se promènent dans le jardin.
    Amitiés de France,
    Christel
    http://toilesetfils.blogspot.com

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    1. You are so welcome, Christel and thank you so much for visiting. How interesting that cardinals are not in France. I did not know that. I enjoy feeding the birds as well. We used to have several hens, but there are many predators living in the forest and our chickens never lasted long which makes me sad. Thank you so much for visiting and many blessings. Hugs, Melisa

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  6. All so cute!! Thanks for sharing!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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    1. Aah thank you so much for visiting and seeing what I am up to, Debbie. I have been trying to stay busy. Have a wonderful week. Hugs,Melisa

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  7. Thank you so much! This is a perfect pattern to do when my brain is full of other things, it’ll help calm things down. ;)

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