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1 November 2016

JULENISSEN

  
This post is from 16 December 2013

I lived 4 years in Norway and there I fell in love with the JULENISSEN little people dressed in white and red and always a beautiful long red hat on top of their head.
 So when I came across with this pattern for a Christmas runner I knew that's one of my Christmas projects.
Buying fabric, stitching, sewing well here is  the runner ready for Christmas on my kitchen table.
                                                 and it looks very cool (James of 4 years)




The following two pictures you see some of my ornaments in the kitchen.
 It is a mix of Dutch and Norwegian.



 

               



                                               
                        the  blog of Diana from Germany, she has great interior designs ideas.          

                                                     http://www.dianas-kleinewelt.blogspot.com

11 comments:

Lauren said...

That Christmas runner is adorable! I love it :) great work :)

jaimie said...

Hallo,

Ziet er goed uit en brengt sfeer in huis .

Groetjes, Jaimie

Brigitte said...

Oh my, I love this one. Finishing it as a table runner was a great idea and your finishing is so beautiful, very creative.

Mii Stitch said...

Oh wow!!! I simply love these Julenissen little people!!! This is soo sweet! Would you mind letting us know the designer or where you bought the chart?

Valma said...

wow ! this is superb =)
very beautiful table runner
you did a great job
really perfect =)
Merry Christmas
xxxx

Tania said...

Wat een gezellige tafelloper!

Marie-Jeanne said...

Oh, heel mooi en gezellig hoor!
Gr, M-J.

Johanna Faber said...

Hele fijne feestdagen en voor 2014 vooral veel gezondheid liefde en geluk

Groetjes Joke

Shebafudge said...

What a cute design! Lovely stitching!!

Chris said...

Leuk om zo'n oud berichtje weer te zien. Die figuurtjes zijn enig en ja, we gaan weer naar Kerst toe, dan denk je daar weer aan. Lieve groet van mij.

Martina M said...

So sweet this little JULENISSEN, and a great finish.
Greetgins Martina