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December 18, 2007

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kathy

i love it i made this with my 7 kids and they loved it too! :)

Steffie

Thank you for this tutorial!
I did the ice skates: http://steffieshexenhaus.blogspot.com/2011/12/platzchen-zu-verschenken.html

Best wishes from Germany!
Steffie

SallyB.

it´s so lovely

Silvia

super

Kristen

hey! So So cute, I showed this project to my crafty dollar and she can't stop making them!

meizi

thanks your post, i want to learn it.

Carine

Very nice those skates ;I love them

school_dubl

Hi Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Kathy

These are so very cute! I was recently refered to your blog to read more about how to make these cute little felt skates. I want to remember to do these with my ornament club group next year, so I am creating a link on my blog. Thank you so much for the tutorial.

doro

really cute!

I linked to your pattern on my blog -thanks for sharing!

merry xmas, doro.

Shirley Jacobs

Hi Coleen, I made 5 pairs in just 2 evenings, they're so cute! http://zipjezopje.web-log.nl

Shell

Thank you Colleen - I made these this morning out of my Sewing 2010 Calendar. I've posted and linked to them here....

http://michellewood73.blogspot.com/2010/11/cute-alert.html

They are so cute, I love them :0)

Amanda

I am writing to request permission to reprint this adorable project on Craftown.com. We would of course respect your copyright and give you full credit and will happily link back to your blog as well. Please let me know if this is acceptable. Thanks!

Amanda Formaro
Chief Editor - Craftown.com
http://craftown.com

alycia

these are the cutest little ornaments ever! so clever :)

Sheila

Thank you so much for posting this adorable idea and for the great photos and directions! I am starting some of these today and am excited about them. I am using a 9x12 sheet of glitter felt (35 cents at Jo-Anns)and was able to fit 6 pair easily, using your template. I also got teeny jingle bells and I'm going to sew them onto the toe in place of the pom-poms. Thanks again!!!!

EWian

Thanks for the tutorial.

EWian

Juliet

Thank you for a lovely tutorial, Merry Christmas.

Dee

OMGosh I still have some of those ornaments that my mom made many years ago!!! Thanks for the memory and the tutorial!!

Anne

They are so cute!! I posted a link to your tutorial on Craft Gossip Sewing:
http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-little-felt-ice-skate-christmas-ornaments/2009/11/22/

--Anne

Tricia

I miss the old home-made ornaments my aunts used to make every Christmas. Time to bring back the tradition. And also perfect to make for our next skating party for a little take-home. Thanks for sharing!

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