Monday, December 16, 2013

Embroidery Hoop Reindeer Family

You know Dancer and Prancer and Comet and Cupid...but do you recall the most famous reindeer family of all? 


The most famous reindeer family of all was started by, Vixen, of course.


With rosy cheeks, she waits under the mistletoe batting her eyelashes.


*All reindeer are no-sew.  So, grab some glue, felt, embroidery hoops and material.  Add embroidered embellishments if it suits you.

To make your own Vixen, use the pattern below and customize to suit your own personality. 


 Vixen waits for her Bing Crosby Deer.


Dressed in his festive holiday tie, an ornament hangs from his antler as he smokes his pipe.


To make your own Bing Crosby Deer, use the pattern below. 


Vixen and Bing have a sweet little girl, their baby deer.


Still in her holiday dress, she grows weary waiting for Santa to arrive and deliver presents.


To make your own baby deer, use the pattern below and customize to suit your own personality.


From me and those deer to me...we wish you the happiest of holidays.


If you liked this deer family, be sure to check out how to make a custom felt bunny family.

21 comments:

  1. We wish you a wonderful Christmas season too. I love your deer, family. ;)
    Carla

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  2. What a cute collection of deer. I love them just as much as the bunny family.

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  3. So so sweet, vixen has made an adorable little family of her own, happy holidays to her and to you.

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  4. Oh My! I have never seen anything so sweet and adorable. You are so talented.

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    1. Thank you so much Robin. What a lovely comment. I'll try not to let it go to my head :)

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  5. The bing deer is my fave:) I love his little pipe! What cute details-you

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    1. I agree, I am smitten with Bing. Who thought he could look so good as a felt reindeer. I am sure he didn't :)

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  6. LOL I sooooo LOVE this idea!! Too cute just like the rest of your felt creations!! As always, I'm so impressed with how perfect those little details are!!

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  7. This deer family is sooo adorable. I love all the details... like how Vixen is wearing an adult lower cut dress, and baby wears a child's dress... Bing Deer's tie and pipe. Just adorable!

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  8. They look great. Thank you for sharing the pattern.

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  9. Scandalous! I don't think I can let my children read your blog any longer, what with all this deer sexy talk going on. Babies. Pipes. Fluttering eyelashes. Mistletoe! Oh the humanity!

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  10. These are too cute! Augh, I need to get crafting like crazy, I miss it!

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    1. Thank you so much! I go through crafting waves. I'm riding high right now but I predict a crafting crash coming very soon.

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  11. Oh my goodness! How ADORABLE! I love the ornament hanging from his antler! You are just so clever!

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  12. So freaking awesome!!! I can't stand it! Pinned and shared!

    Amber @ www.AverieLane.com

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    1. Thank you so much Amber! I went to return the favor and visit your lovely blog (loved your Christmas mantel!)...couldn't leave you any comment love, though, since you have google comments and I have sadly not joined google plus, yet.

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  13. Amy, your talent is crazy and overwhelming. These are adorable. I want them for my wall.

    Sooooo cute!

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  14. Okay, surely I can do this, with it's total lack of sewing! Bing Crosby deer is my absolute favorite...almost retro with his little pipe:) Thanks for a fabulous tutorial:) You're the best!

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  15. These are so adorable! Thanks so much for the pattern! If you have a minute, I'd love if you linked up the Handmade Holiday Link Party over at my blog. :)

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  16. Okay...these are my favorite embroidered holiday decor items ever. I am never going to make them this season. I just went over to your etsy to see if you had any available. No. I think you could sell these all day long girl! Can I pre-order for next year?

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  17. Maybe next year! My sister would love these! I'll make them ornament-size though maybe not a great idea considering how small they'd be & how frustrated I might become ;).

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