She's adorable, Maria! Where did you find the pattern? I'm not sure I could sew something that small.
She is precious! Are you going to be making more of them? I think you need one for each season.In catching up with posts I enjoyed seeing the quilt hangins. That did involve a lot of quilts, but what a fun, fun event. The work was well worth it.I love your sweet quilt for Sebastian.
She is so darling. I would like to know where you got the pattern too. I put faerys and angels on my Christmas tree and each year I add a new one. I haven't got one this year yet and this one is so cute that you made.Willow
The angel is just so perfect!Micki
What a lot of fiddly sewing - you are very good to tackle a project like that. Don't know if my fat fingers could get it all together. The finished propduct is well worth all the time and effort, good on you!
she's so lovely! I think you should name her.... Holly! very sweet
You had a very productive Friday night. Your Christmas angel is gorgeous. I'd guess you didn't get to bed very early with all the work required for her.
Good job- very pretty angel
Hmmm! I think I need one in traditional greens as well as my blue one.
I am glad everyone thinks she looks so cute--cause I think she looks like me!!!!!!Love her--great job--from the real--Hugs, Di
It may have taken all night, but it looks like it was worth it.
What a gorgeous addition to your Christmas decorations. Lovely.
Maria.. she's lovely! Im feeling Christmas in the air!:)
She is SO cute and just in time.
Very cute! Nice job, Maria!
just too too cute.....
she is adorable.
She is absolutely darling!!
gorgeous!!! i always reckon softies take longer than they seem they will - very fiddly - but so worth it!xx
She is so cute and tiny! Well done.
What a darling little angel! Wow, those were some tiny arms and legs to stuff!
What an adorable angel. My mom loves angels.
she is so cute! I admire your patience turning those skinny little arms and legs.......
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