The winners from my post will each receive a bundle of free patterns.
The randomly chosen winners are:
Kathi (of www.feeddogsdown.blogspot.com)
Janice (who commented on 12-2-10 at 11:49 pm)
and Rebecca Merry (of www.merrymadequilts.blogspot.com)
Just drop me an e-mail with your shipping address and I will get these in the mail asap. (My e-mail is email@example.com)
And because I can’t do a post without pictures, I thought I’d share a few of my finished Christmas decorating – not that I really do much. I’m still in the collecting stage, as each year I add a few more decorations.
A quilt and a wreath for the front door,
A little garland and another quilt greet you at the front door,
and yet another Christmas quilt right at the top of the stairs. See that empty coffee table? I think it needs a quilt too!
For those of you wondering how the latest remodel is coming, the fireplace is now finished and kicking out lots of heat.
This Christmas runner needs it’s binding before the Holiday company starts coming over!
This is the first year that I’ve been able to decorate with Christmas quilts made from one of my Christmas lines. Kinda fun . . . This quilt hangs in the office, which is connected to my studio.
This quilts makes a good tree skirt. I have a tree skirt pieced, I just need to get it quilted. (Then I’d like to do a tutorial on how I do the center hole in tree skirt)
That’s as far as I’ve gotten. I realized, believe it or not, that I don’t have quite enough Christmas quilts. What I need is some table runners, so I might work on that this week. I could also use some stockings. Might have to think about that too . . . . .(The cast of quilts, in order of their appearance: Pinwheel Poinsettia, from the book “Calendar of Quilts” Pretty in Pink, from the book “Livin’ Large” Snails in the Sand, from the book “Favorite Quits from Anka’s Treasures) Winter Seasonal Topper, from the book “On the Run” Around the Corner, single pattern The Everyday Table Topper, from the book “Charmed and Dangerous” Sweet Pea and Diamond Diva, single patterns Citrus Punch, from the book “The Sweet Life” Diamond Diva, single pattern)