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🌟 Cranberry & Pineapple  Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt   Pattern This eye catching take on classic vintage Pineapple crochet design is a one of a kind tree skirt, that has both an antique feel with a modern, chunky style.  I am excited to share the Pineapple Christmas tree skirt with You!  This pattern is now available in my  Etsy  shop. Or, you can visit  Ravelry  and add your project! :) Tree skirts are also available for purchase, custom made, in my  Etsy  shop.  Now you can create your own heirloom tree skirt using the Cranberry & Pineapple Christmas tree skirt pattern.  If you would like to purchase a tree skirt already made in my  Etsy  shop, there are many colors you can choose from to fit your style. If you do not find your color, convo me for options. I am always happy to fill custom orders and thrilled to hear other peoples ideas. Whether you make your own or purchase one from me, I hope that you enjoy this t


More Stumpkins Nostalgia

~Stumpkins Doll with Crochet Hat and Scarf~

So in all my Stumpkins nostalgia, I got very excited and started crocheting her accessories.  Honestly, I am more excited now about making the accessories than the actual dolls 😅. 
These cute little hats started as jar toppers years ago, but it turns out that her head is about the same size of a mason jar. So I used my pattern for the jar covers and made her these hats and scarves. The one with the huge pompom is my favorite, pictured above.
Originally my pattern for Mason Jar lid covers, filled with candy, for Christmas.

Used as cute little Stumpkins doll hats!

If anyone is interested in the pattern for the hats and scarf, please let me know.

This is my 20 yo Stumpkins doll, modeling the hats and scarves made recently. She looks really good for her age! Just goes to show that these stockings dolls are very durable. (Note, durability due to using well made pantyhose for doll base.)

Thank you for stopping by~

okay... more pictures :S.. She looks like a Charley Brown character to me, in this picture. 😆

Snow in Texas!  
As well as lots of migrating Red Robins.


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