Edited to add: As of Twelfth Night (6 January 2010) this chart is no longer available as a freebie. It may return at some point as a chart for sale to raise money for the MS Trust
How do you describe a rich elf?Welfy!
If athletes get athlete's foot, what do elves get?Mistle-toes!
What is a female elf called?A shelf!
Groan! I hope you think this little chart is better than those jokes ...
I love the smell of real Christmas trees, but I hate finding the needles in my feet ... I never was one for wearing slippers! Unfortunately, I live in a very small apartment, so a large Christmas tree - well, almost any Christmas tree - is out of the question. I shall have to make do with this little stitched one, and keep my ornaments on display in baskets.
If you would like copies of the charts, please comment below with your email address and I'll get them sent out to you. If you do stitch either of these designs, I'd love to see a picture - and there will be a prize for each one I show on my blog!
Edited to add: If you feel so inclined, a donation to the MS Trust for this chart would be appreciated. Pennies will do - and you can make payment via the link in my sidebar or by clicking here.
This pattern is offered for personal, non-commercial use only. Items made from this pattern may be sold on a small scale basis such as on Etsy or at craft sales. Sales for charity are positively encouraged! This pattern and the text and photos contained within, may not be copied or reproduced for any purpose other than personal use. Please direct people to this blog rather than forwarding the pattern, thank you! Copyright 2009 N M Wray