New “Emmanuel” Cross Stitch Sampler, Knitted Chevron Gift Scarf, And Toddler’s Poncho Pattern

Dear Needlework Friends,

As Christmas draws near, I would like to wish you a very blessed one.

In this Newsletter, you will see my Grand-daughter, modeling the Toddler’s Scrap Poncho. What a blessing from God she is!

Also featured is a Christmas “Wheel Sampler” Design, and a Knitted Chevron Gift Scarf Pattern.

The GREAT RECIPE this Newsletter is for Dog Treats which are the best that my dog has tried. They are easy to make, freeze, and even use to crush medicine inside.

Thank you, friends, for your support this past year. May God bless each one of you, and your families, and friends.

Angie

Linen Flowers/Timeless Handwork
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Emmanuel #243

The peace of the Christmas season comes from its focus on Emmanuel, meaning, “God With Us.” This little Christmas design is from the “Wheel Sampler Series.” Design size: 61 w x 80 h. Project uses DMC Floss. Use a Fabric Calculator to determine finished size on your favorite fabric.

(c) 2016 Angie Kowalsky/Linen Flowers Designs

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Toddler’s Scrap Poncho- #68TH

Keep a toddler toasty warm in winter, while using up your fleece fabric scraps! The project is easy to sew, using scraps of polar fleece, and fits a toddler 2-3 years old.

(c) 2016 Angie Kowalsky/Timeless Handwork

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Chevron Gift Scarf- #66TH

This quick to knit gift scarf looks lovely, with 2 Chevrons that cross at the neck to add texture and interest. The project is easy to knit with 2 strands of worsted weight yarn.

(c) 2016 Angie Kowalsky/Timeless Handwork

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Best Dog Treats

1 cup canned pumpkin
(2) 4 oz. pkgs. baby (2nd foods) sweet potatoes
(2) 2.5 oz baby (2nd foods) chicken and chicken gravy
1 egg
1/4 cup plain yogurt
2 cups quick oats
1/2 cup minute rice
1/4 cup unsweetened, creamy peanut butter

Press into a greased 9 x 13″ pan. Baby at 350 degrees for 25 m. Cut while warm into 1″ squares. Cool completely. Refrigerate about 5 days worth of treats, and freeze the rest in a large ziploc bag.

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