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    29 September 2010


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    Love your festive jar!

    Sue P.

    Love it! So much cuter than a plain candy jar.


    This Fall Hop is so much fun - thank you for participating and sharing your creativity :)

    Olivia Martinez

    I have a lot of jars I will make this project for friends

    Andrea Payne

    I am having a wonderful time visiting these "new-to-me" blogs. Thanks for sharing all of the beautiful photos and projects.

    Amanda P

    How cute!!! Won't be hard to find this weekend with all the great patterns in this ongoing blog - "the sewing room" Thanks!!


    Love working with wool.... only problem is, it is fun to have a stash of it as well as cotton.... they are all soooooo hard to cut up. lol


    How dang cute is that! I have to get some jute webbing, today! Love the blog hop!


    thanks for a wonderful pattern and falloween ... :)


    Great looking treat jar! Thanks for sharing your project.


    I just discovered the peanuts and candy corn snack.I love a Pay Day candy bar and the P&CC snack is a perfect taste replica!


    Very cute fall jar!! Thank you so much for the pattern.

    lorene holbrook

    love, love, love the treat jar! AND I love wool. I am a very happy camper here! LOL



    This is so cute! I love it.

    Jeanne Jones

    This is such a cute project. I'm thinking of making fall pins using your patterns.


    LOVE the jar decoration! What a great idea for fall. Can't wait to get some wool for my own!


    Texture - isn't it funny how much we touch everything, yet we don't necessarily think about the texture in the design, until the quilting part...........hmmmm


    Might have to make one for our school office! They love candy!


    What a great project - I love it! Wouldn't it make the greatest giveaway table centerpieces? I am going to have to keep this in my hip pocket!


    This treat jar is really cute. Thanks for the extra tips!


    Such a clever idea for a gift jar. Thanks so much.

    Sinta Renee

    Much better than the jar I was using! Thanks for the pattern. I love your photos... the many faces of Fall!


    What a sweet little jar...thank you for sharing. The treats sound good too!

    Sgt Sue in MO

    This looks like a fun one to do. Thanks for the pattern!

    Nancy B from Many LA

    Your project is so cute!


    Adorable project! Thank you for sharing.

    paulette doyle

    This is just too darn cute!! Thanks so much!!

    Janelle J

    Very cute. I always like wool this time of year. It just has that warm cozy look.


    A great fall project. Thanks


    I love all your beautiful pictures and the treat jar is so cute.


    Thanks for the tute! So cute :)


    Excellent tutorial- thanks for the patterns too!


    What a fun fall project!

    Kathy J

    Great project idea, thanks!


    Great idea! so cute!



    That is so great to see what you decided for your project. You are amazing!

    from you know who!



    Pálína Björg Snorradóttir

    A very pretty decoration for fall! I think I might have everything I need to make one of those :D


    Sorry I missed posting yesterday but wanted to say that I absolutely adore the treat jar idea! Thanks~!

    Leslie Lansdowne

    What a great way to store my candy corn (which I am eating as I read and type this!) An adorable project, I can't wait to make it myself! Thanks for the tute!

    Bec Clarke

    very cute I have some felt that will be perfect for some Fall leaves

    Kim G

    I love this treat jar, love the wool, but I don't have any, guess I might have to remedy that! Great project


    What a clever project! i think it would make a great welcome gift or something to put on your desk at work with fall treats in it for "visitors" to your area.

    I am so enjoying this blog hop of Fall. thank you for the pattern and all the clever ideas being shared!

    denise/deBRAT in tampa bay FL

    Kay B

    Love this, thanks for sharing. So many great projects, so little time.


    very cute!!! thanks

    madame samm

    This is no doubt the perfect gift when trying to get some family to think of easy and eye candy there is no doubt...bless you for sharing with us today..

    Kitty Letsch

    Thanks for helping me get into the "fall" mood - even though in Florida it's still summer!


    What a clever idea. Love the acorn.

    Maria patchwork

    Love the project, heading to the woods searching for something nice to put in my jar. Thanks


    What a great idea. It would work in say holly leaves for Christmas treats, or spring flowers for Easter.

    Gitte A.

    What a creative cover of a ordinary jar

    Roseann, this project is so darn gorgeous! I love it!!! Thank you for the pattern, but thank you also for the great tips and advice on your favourite tools of the trade - that's so good to know! Would you be happy for me to post a pic of this project on my blog with a link to you? It's too great not to share!
    Hugs!! Vikki xoxo :-)


    Love to work with wool so thanks for the great project!!

    Kathy Burns

    Too, too cute. So lucky I have just the right jar to make pretty with...has buttons right now, but candy corn and peanuts sound good, too!! And the photos -- make me homesick for New England... Many thanks for sharing. Kathyb


    Love your wool accents for jars...creative! Thanks!

    Marie P.

    I love the wool used for the leaves! And thanks for the wool tips. It's always good to have the right tools for the project.

    Kathy S

    Your pattern is just great. I have been looking for something like this to use for a cute center piece around a large candle jar. Great "snack" recipe also.

    Lisa Arndt

    This is my favorite project so far. I think this blog Hop is FUN!!


    awesome little jar... need a walk in the forest to collect some twigs
    thank you

    Janet Holland

    What a great neighborly Fall/Halloween gift! Your sharing of apples and pie reminds of the wonderful taste and smells of baking this time of year. Thanks for sharing the great Fall pattern!


    Thank you so much for the neat pattern! I know I commented yesterday that I really liked the leaves and now you've provided me with the where-with-all to do them for myself. You're the tops!! Thanks :)


    Like the jar! Great gift idea!

    Thanks for the pattern.

    Cindy Martin

    Oh,dear! When I tried to download the pdf for the directions, it is all black lines where there should be typing. Help! I really love your jar and would like to make one.

    Debbie Evans

    Great Fall-O-Ween Treat Jar! Thanks for sharing.
    Debbie in WA

    Amy V

    Thank you for sharing your great pattern.


    Thanks for the fun project!



    Great project. I love doing fall leaves, acorns and pumpkins.
    I have never been able to roll out a pie crust either. Pillsbury boy or cookie crust for me!

    Jackie Roisler

    Thank you for your original idea tips & pattern, too adorable! And the food, ummmm.


    I am definitely making this cute little project! Thanks for sharing it.

    Dica Lutz

    I've tried your candy corn and peanut mixture and love it. Don't feel bad about the pie crust thing I can't make it either. Dica


    Very clever! Candy corn and dried roasted peanuts -- the BEST snack!


    What beautiful fall flowers you have in your picture! Thanks for sharing them with us.


    What a wonderful patterns - thanks for all of the tips!


    Adorable. Thank you for a great project.


    Cute project. Thanks!!!

    becky mathews

    What a cute idea! This would be a great idea for a church bazaar and put some goodies inside. I have not worked with the wool. This will be a first experience. Thank you for the idea!!! becky


    Such a cute project. Thank you for sharing the pattern and instructions.


    Cute! I like the use of natural items with the cloth.

    Denny Aleckson

    Love it! I too... love peanuts and candy corn.... good thing I only get them at this time of year!

    Vonda Williams

    love the project! Am wanting to learn more about wool projects so this is a perfect starter!

    Kim Juilfs

    Great jar decoration. Thanks for sharing!


    Great project! This could easily transfer to other holidays - how fun!!!

    Nancy Sue Phillips

    Hello from the Washington DC area. Thank you for the wooley tutorial. I'm very much a wool newbie, but everyone who has worked with it, loves it! I need to dip my feet into the water I think. Thank you also for the salted nut roll advice, ie ratio of candy corn to husband will appreciate that tidbit :)
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com


    What a grat treat jar, reminds me of fall in upstate NY. I can think of a few people who might need this. Thaks

    Mary Hillstrom

    So cute,.. and you just had to remind me that candy corn and peanuts are really good!


    Having never worked with wool before, the tips are very helpful. The jar is adorable - and being a fan of peanuts and candy corn, you are correct - salted nut roll definitely!


    Another great project!!! Thanks for sharing. And I do love those peanuts and candy corn!!


    Great project Roseann! Thank you. I haven't worked with wool much, so the pix really help. I'm thinking maybe filling the jar with small colorful gourds for a decoration at work.


    You jar design is wonderful and I've never had candy corn and peanuts, sounds interesting. Thanks for the ideas.


    Thank you for your pattern and the giveaway. I have been to your shop both in North st paul and wbl. A very nice shop and you are so helpful.


    I love candy corn and peanuts--especially with honey-roasted peanuts!! Yum!! I don't make it often as my husband doesn't like peanuts, and I don't need to eat them all! Thanks for the great jar decoration~I love fall decorations!!


    This is an adorable wool project. I was at a family gathering today and they had the candy corn mixed with peanuts - it does taste like a salted nut roll! Thanks for the pattern :)


    I have not yet tried candy corn and peanuts. Sounds delicious. Another Fall favorite!

    Brenda Wilder

    Love the veggies in the windowbox.

    Chrys Smethwick

    I love candy corn and nuts mixed together! My husband thinks it tastes like a payday bar. Thanks for the jar cover idea.

    Sandra :)

    This is really cute ... and twigs for veins is BRILLIANT!

    Cindi P

    I will be calling the shop tomorrow to order the kit...I can hardly wait to make it...and I had forgotten about candy corn and peanuts...nummy :)


    What a good idea to use twigs for veins on the leaves. I like this project!

    graciela clement

    This is a cute, fast, easy an adorable project! Thanks for sharing!! (I hope I can post now...This is the third time I am trying today!!!!)

    Louise K.

    Thank you for the cute pattern. You are so creative!

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