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Christmas 2013 Source Guide
A Child at Heart
A veteran collector, John Kardos expanded his Garden State home to hold his ever-increasing and wonderfully eclectic holiday collection. Through it he recaptures and shares the joy of his fondly remembered boyhood Christmases.ics.
A Flair for Christmas
Joe Flask approaches collecting Christmas trees and ornaments with the same passion, determination, and delicate touch he devotes to his floral designs.
Old Christmas at Odessa
Before it was banned, Christmas in England meant card playing, dancing, and feasting on peacock pie. Historic Odessa Foundation re-created the festivities at the Wilson-Warner House based on descriptions by Washington Irving.
Seventeen Centuries of Santa Claus
By merging the historic traditions of Saint Nicholas and Father Christmas, Americans invented the jolly old elf we all recognize as Santa Claus. Heritage artisans add their interpretations of our Christmas icon.
Making Hearthside Memories
What better way to enjoy yuletide than in front of a warm, crackling fire. Bring your family together for some old-fashioned fun with a long-handled popcorn popper or a cast-iron skillet..
A Sampler Stocking
This project uses embroidery thread and hundreds of tiny, punched loops to create motifs drawn from a Quaker sampler. You can craft it as a stocking or stitch it flat for framing.
Make a Limberjack
The dancing doll traces its roots to European street puppets popular for centuries. You can spend a morning crafting one to entertain the youngsters at Christmastime.
Hook a Happy Horse
From an antique hooked rug showing a pair of prancing horses, the author adapted a small pattern for a horse bordered by posies. Add your own flair to this quick project.