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Free Santa’s Village Signs to Make a North Pole Quilt

Last Updated on December 9, 2020 by wendigratz

applique buildings from the North Pole/Santa's Workshop

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I’ve been working on a super fun North Pole quilt by adding a bunch of cute Santa’s Village signs to houses and buildings made with the Shiny Happy Houses quilt pattern.

Free Santa's Village signs to make a North Pole quilt - from Shiny Happy World

It’s been so much fun!

Free Santa's Village signs to make a North Pole quilt - from Shiny Happy World

Now you can do the same thing!

Free Santa's Village signs to make a North Pole quilt - from Shiny Happy World

Get the Shiny Happy Houses quilt pattern here.

Click here to get the free pattern for all the signs  – there are 26 – plus a page of blank signs so you can come up with your own fun names. 🙂

The pattern for the signs includes instructions for how I do the lettering. It’s easy!

Free Santa's Village signs to make a North Pole quilt - from Shiny Happy World

I wanted everything in my quilt to look like it was made of candy. 🙂 Here are the fabrics I’m using. . .

Free Santa's Village signs to make a North Pole quilt - from Shiny Happy World

Happy quilting!

Best,
Wendi
Wendi Gratz from Shiny Happy World

10 COMMENTS

  1. Loretta Scott SAYS...

    so cute 🙂 thank-you. Merry Christmas Wendy !!

  2. Cathy W. SAYS...

    Your creativity is endless. Love your patterns.

  3. Wendi, I can’t open my acct with your forgot password email? Help. I need to see all the patterns I have bought. Is this new for the HOUSE quilt or is it with the same pattern , I think I have bought already. Would like to do this one. Thanks Karen Schletti

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  5. Marina SAYS...

    I love all of them❣

  6. I love the “Made by Lynn” tree skirt where she used these signage additions to make a giant circular “neighborhood” style houses adaptation. The “neighborhood” (Dresden plate style assembly of wonky wedges) was really popular on Pinterest when it came out and although I made a few of my own they were such a pain and nowhere as easy as your Shiny Happy Houses. The way Lynn made the tree skirt giant sized makes it even easier! Now I might have to make a tree skirt 🙂

    • I love that project too!!! She did an amazing job!!!

      • Do you know if Lynn made her tree skirt pattern up herself or used a template from somewhere? Maybe that’s an add-on pattern you need to provide (hint hint LOL)

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