Primitive Angel Applique Block

Primitive Angel Applique Block



Next to the Nativity Scene, angels are probably the most common religious symbol of the Christmas season. Many Christmas songs refer to them: Hark the Hearld Angels Sing, Angels We Have Heard on High, Angels From the Realms of Glory and It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, just to name a few. During this first week of Advent, we having been talking about angels as we use the story, The Littlest Angel, to help understand selfless giving. Today I would like to share our Primitive Angel Applique Block. Like most of our appliques, she was made to fit on a 6″ x 6″ block, but can be reduced or enlarged to meet your needs.  The pattern can be found HERE or with our Applique Blocks.

 

With angelic host proclaim, “Christ is born in Bethlehem”!

 

 

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Kimara

7 Comments

  1. Thank you again, I love it! You allways do the right block!

  2. This is adorable!! I can’t wait to order some felt and do this project.
    I can’t wait to see the pattern for the little dress for the 12″ knitted doll. My kids are getting handmade gifts this year and all from your blog. I love ALL the ideas here!

  3. Beautiful angel! I have to go out and buy some felt now…



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