Tomte’s Everywhere!

It’s time once again for the #mossandlotustomteSAL2018 and I was thrilled to join in the fun!

If you want to join in the fun too be sure to get your patterns from Moss and Lotus on Etsy!

tomte sew alongThe pictures I am showing here all came from the TOMTE Bundle … I still have plans to make Pernille, Gunda and the Snowglobes Tomte’s but I haven’t quite gotten that far yet.  The Tomte Bundle is how you can get the Tiny Tomte 2” mini charm block patterns. 

Botany Fabric by Kelly Ventura for Windham FabricsI used the fabric “Botany” collection by Kelly Ventura for Windham Fabrics to make all these Tomte blocks.  It turned out to be the perfect bundle for these wintery scenes!

tomte nes with decofoilHere’s my first little Tomte dude – Nes.  I used the strip of fabric I trimmed off my “Strip Trees and Snowflakes” mini quilt as the background.  The bits of decofoil-ed snowflakes were absolutely perfect!

tomte nesThe second simple block is “Nes” Holding a Tree & Lantern.  It’s the same base as before but with some adorable fun details added to the background!  I pulled out my “For Good Measure” Clothespins set to use as photo props – so glad I found these!

  TomteMy next fellow is Peder Tomte.  I just love his whimsical hat!

tomte house

It’s not a proper Tomte village without a Tomte House.

tomte tree

And that house needs some trees to go with it!  The house and trees come together in one pattern.

tomte halvorHalvor Tomte not only has an awesome hat but he has a set of trees to go next to him too.

tomte mini

I love tiny things so these tiny bonus 2” Tomte blocks from the Tomte Bundle make me smile.

Be sure to keep an eye on all the #mossandlotustomteSAL2018 fun by watching the hashtag on instagram!


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1 comment:

  1. Love, love these Tomte blocks. Can't wait to get some sewing time to make my own. Such clever use of the fabrics, too.


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