Day 4 of the Henry Glass Project Parade

Welcome to Day 4 of the Henry Glass Project Parade!

Today we have three more designers to share with you.

Barbara Jones of Quilt Soup at
Beth and Liz Hawkins of Lizzie B Creative at
 and Laurie Bird of Rose Cottage at

Don’t forget to collect the clues from each designer to have a chance at the Grand Prize!

 So have you started any of the projects from the blog hop yet?  If you have, you can share them on our Flickr page  
Here in Minnesota,  our area is under a winter storm watch, with up to 12″ of snow expected.  Our yard is turning into a winter wonderland.
Sounds like a perfect time to stay home and get the Christmas decorations up.  So far I have one tree up
and one of my Christmas quilts hung.
There’s lots of work to do yet, so I better get back to it!
PS ~ This quilt design if from my book Livin’ Large and is based off the quilt Pretty in Pink.  The fabric is Figgy Pudding by Basic Grey.

Henry Glass Project Parade schedule:

Day 1:
Heather Mulder Peterson of Anka’s Treasures at
Day 2:
Amy Hamberlin of Kati Cupcake at
Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie’s Quilt co at
Kari Ramsay of Fresh Cut Quilt Patterns at
Day 3:
Jacquelynne Steves of the Noble Wife at
Jill Finlay of  Jillily Studio at
Day 4:
Laurie Bird of Rose Cottage at
Barbara Jones of Quilt Soup at
Beth and Liz Hawkins of Lizzie B Creative at
Day 5:
Chelsea Anderson of Pink Fig Patterns at
Brenda Pinnick of Brenda Pinnick Designs at
Day 6:
Leanne Anderson of The Country Caboodle at
Dana Brooks of Lazy Daisy Cottage at
Day 7:
Janet Nesbitt and Pam Soliday of Buggy Barn at

About Heather Peterson

Quilt pattern designer
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8 Responses to Day 4 of the Henry Glass Project Parade

  1. I love the poinsettas on the quilt… I just got that book recently.

  2. Staci says:

    I made your Pretty in Pink quilt a couple months ago. I love how easy it is, and how wonderfully it turned out! I made it from Verna fabric, and it is so happy and cheerful. I was worried about getting the little lines to match up, but that wasn’t hard at all. The quilt will be a Christmas present for my mother in law. She has already seen it, and talked about how much she loves it, but she has no idea it will be a gift for her. Just yesterday I made two table runners from the Party Time runner pattern using Fruitcake. The flowers look like poinsettias. Thank you for lovely patterns.

    • Cindy says:

      I have the same question… do we get the poinsettia pattern to make the pretty in pink quilt out of christmas material.

  3. Sequana says:

    The first day of this parade I wondered why you get to use your blog title as your clue. By the end of the 2nd day, I figured it out. *S* Took me one day too long, seems to me.

  4. Kari says:

    Could you be persuaded to share the applique patterns for the poinsettia? I’ve got the book and I love the Christmas version!

  5. VickiT says:

    Oh my gosh, what an absolutely beautiful home. The quilt on the stairway is gorgeous. I just love that and the fabrics are beautiful as well. wow.

  6. Ann says:

    WOW!!! What a wonderful transformation from your recent “construction” photos!

  7. Alesia Fowler says:

    That Christmas quilt just rocks!

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