Monday, December 7, 2009

Christmas projects

I have a little quilt as you go wall hanging up, a dozen fabric candy canes, and a new flannel pillow done this past week - today I'll be baking cookies!  Yum - the best part of the holidays!

Here's a picture of my projects:



The directions for all of these projects were included in the recent Cross Country Designers Blog Hop sponsored by 12 quilt designers, including Gudrun (the quilt) Pat Sloan (the pillow) and the Candy Canes were offered by Miss Rosie's on day 10. All of the projects included in the Blog Hop were quick easy holiday patterns and one participant even managed to get all 12 projects done by the end of the Hop - impressive work from bro3ther! 

The designers even gave away prizes for those who commented on their blogs on 'their' days and there was a Grand Prize (which yours truly received, amazing!) which I just HAD to spread out and photograph for posterity:


An amazing and very generous assortment of goodies, patterns, books, tools, fabrics, and kits - I'm still stunned that I won all this just for making comments!  and the blog hop itself was so inspirational with all the holiday traditions, memories, old pics, etc., and even a blast from the past - it was so much fun, it was worth getting up extra early every morning just to read them all!

If you would like to see more Christmas quilts, check out my friend's blog:
http://www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com/

I'm off to the kitchen to bake cookies now - merry merry time!

6 comments:

  1. go to http://sewcalgal.blogspot.com/
    for more info on the VIRTUAL QUILT SHOW
    entries are still being accepted
    you could even finish a quilt project in time to enter it in the Virtual Christmas Quilt Show to win prizes. Winner will be announced on December 25th!

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  2. I participated in the blog hop too, it was a lot of fun! I can't wait to try that Christmas Tree pattern in your pic.... yours came out cute!

    Thank you for sharing

    SHeilaC

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  3. Cute Christmas Quilt. Thanks for entering it in my Virtual Christmas Quilt Show.

    And, anyone can enter (even if you do not have a Christmas quilt). Just check out the rules at my site, on the original post. Random drawing for prizes on December 25th.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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