I had to put on my thinking cap for this one. I wanted to be different, do something I haven't done for awhile, so don't you know, I came up with a Moose! Oh, yeah your all thinking, like we haven't seen one of them, on this blog before. LOL!!
I dug back, way back to my days of professional crafting... back when soft country animals were all the rage. I went thru all those boxes stacked under the stairs, (the door didn't stop me, but all that dust about did me in) til I found the perfect project...
Just how is this softie really going to be a door stop. If I weight his bottom, I trip over legs that are sticking out... hummm
I haven't fired up the saws in my shop for years!
But giving him a partial wooden body, might do the trick.
I designed these crazy looking shoes for him.
They tuck right under the door!
Just like a door stop.
I kept his gal pal, as the pattern was written.
She sits next to him, so nicely on a little bench!
The holidays might be over, but it's Christmas all year long here in the Moosestash
I have a little give away to share today.
This roomy little 6"x10" bag could be filled with sand and used as a door stop,
but it's a great size to throw all your quilting supplies in, to take to a class,
or just odd little things you might want to keep in your car... the options are endless.
You see, I have been playing with Texture Magic and my embroidery machine.
Oh what fun!
Each side is different.
Leave me a comment and I will pick my winner on Feb 7 the last day of our "Door Stop" blog hop!
In the mean time...
Here is the line up for the rest of our hop today
make sure you visit all my friends!
threads on my socks
How ART you?
Den syende himmel
life, quilts and a cat too