Does anyone know who made this Santa pattern?

I would like to know the artist's name and where I might purchase this pattern.
q does anyone know who made this santa patter, christmas decorations, crafts, home decor id, I WANT TO THE PATTERN FOR THIS SANTA
  15 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Nov 13, 2015
    Do you remember where you saw this?
  • Linda Linda on Nov 14, 2015
    This is very close to a pattern that can be found on It's name is Prim Olde Santa Shelf Sitter by Cabin Creek/ Olde Road Primitives. $6.75 I think. Just click on "Designers" and scroll down to Cabin Creek...they have something like 4 or 5 pages of patterns!! Enjoy!!
  • Linda Linda on Nov 14, 2015
    The wool for the beard can also be ordered from least it use to be. Use the scroll to find wool.
  • Dudley Right Dudley Right on Nov 14, 2015
    Per the site listed on your photo, this may take you to the maker or someone who knows: Uploaded by mama-teo on Known Information Category : PrimitivesItem Id: 10618Listed By: artistRegion of Origin: US-MidwestMaterial: FabricDate of Creation: 2000-Now
  • Cyndi Neumann Cyndi Neumann on Nov 16, 2015
    Patternmart is a really neat site, thanks for sharing! I think I have some Cabin Creek patterns vintage , will have to look around for them.
  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Nov 17, 2015
    I was going to suggest Patternmart also! Their search engine is terrific and the people who run the site are great to deal with.
  • Deborah Rutherford Deborah Rutherford on Nov 22, 2015
    The pattern is similar at olde road primitives, the head is differently shaped. Email them to see if this is there pattern . No answer as of yet. Thank You all for your help.
  • Deborah Rutherford Deborah Rutherford on Nov 22, 2015
    Janet, I just thought you needed more info , that is why I asked why, so I could give you the proper info,,, did not mean to come off as nasty,,,,, Perhaps I should have ask differently. thanks for all you help.
  • Janet chambers Janet chambers on Nov 25, 2015
    I don't know about a pattern, but it looks like you could do about the same thing with a small pair of pantyhose. You could stuff the legs and body with the color of fabric or cotton that you want, tie a knot in the top of the legs. Stuff the head with cotton, glue on eyes and eyebrows. Stuff the hat and then tie a knot in the top of it between the head and hat and then again for the little white ball at the end of the hat. Just an idea. Use a little water color paint to color the cheeks and draw on the nose. Good Luck!
  • Linda Linda on Dec 04, 2015 I ordered the pattern and made it this week. Made mine from wool fabric so I didn't have to paint my Santa. Original pattern shows it with a basket of pine, berries, stars etc. and that how I made mine. Easy pattern if you can find the sheep's wool for the beard.
  • Deborah Rutherford Deborah Rutherford on Dec 04, 2015
    Did you order the pattern from the Patternmart ? Thanks for the info...I will order the pattern also. Thanks Again,
  • Linda Linda on Dec 06, 2015
    Yes Deborah Rutherford....Patternmart is where I bought the downloadable pattern. Look for Old Road Primitives/Cabin Creek. A few dollars more than I thought, but worth it. Enjoy!!
  • Gwennie Gwennie on Dec 09, 2015
    I made a Santa "head" like this once, at least 25 years ago. I used rug yarn and believe it or not the side of a Clorox bottle. therefore the curved face. The directions were on a flyer put out by the rug yarn company.
  • Lucinda Velez Lucinda Velez on Jul 17, 2020

    Did you get the Wolf Block instruction sheet. I had the blocks years ago. I want to paint my own personal set. So I need both parts of the instructions. Thank you.