Friday, December 27, 2013


Good Morning All!  I hope everyone had a wonderful Holiday.  In a previous post I asked what everyone had been working on and a couple people responded.  I have some notes and pictures I want to share with you. I know they’ll make you smile as they did me. Jeanne B. sent the above picture with the following note:   “You asked in your blog what we were sewing for Christmas gifts. I made Jennifer a snowman quilt. I have her name this year for Christmas secret Santa. She loves snowmen.”  Love this pattern and the interesting border!
Jeanne also said, “My granddaughter, Sophia (Jenny's daughter) asked for clothes for her "like" American Girl doll. A nice break from quilting although a 1/4" seam all is still used. I made 2 sleeping bags , a doll carrier and  clothes with shoes purchased to match the outfits.”  I bet Sophia was thrilled!
Jeanne also sent me this photo of their dog Seamus in front of the Christmas Tree.  He’s the big black dog.  I bet the small stuffed dog sitting in front of Seamus is one of his Christmas Gifts.  So cute.  Thanks Jeanne for sharing.
I also received this photo of Judi R.  Judy began this quilt around Thanksgiving, using a picture of her granddaughter's school logo for the design.  Judy got it finished and shipped to her Granddaughter in time for Christmas!  Great job Judy!

MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW:  The Annual New Year’s Day Sale at the Attic Window Quilt Shop will be held on Wednesday, January 1, 2014 from 12 noon to 4 p.m.  Chris says she can’t wait to clean out some of her secret hiding places.  She has lots of goodies and bargains for you to go through!

: The Jolly Jabber from the Fat Quarter Shop has a 2014 BOM that looks like a lot of fun!

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!

1 comment:

Garden Path Quilts said...

Hi Caroll! Chris told me that the Whimsical Garden class will be turning into an applique bee? Hopefully this next yezr will be healthier for me, and I'll be able to participate more! Also - I have two new Free Mystery quilts that I'm offering on my blog. Hope you can check it out. Hubby is doing something about allowing people to subscribe to my blog so they can keep up with the blocks. Whew! Hope you had a great Christmas, and enjoy the New Year! Barb


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