Sunday, December 8, 2019


 All the Christmas Craft Days at the Attic Window Quilt Shop are over, so now I can show you all the things we made.

First up was Marilyn who distributed our kits and  
showed us how to make this cute little mitten.
Then she showed us how to attach it to make an adorable mug rug,

Next, Chris shows us the fabric and batting packets she has put together for us.  I love the various fabrics she chose and it was hard to decide which I wanted to make.
We could make our basket in either the small or large size. 
Above is a better look at the baskets side by side.
This is the basket I made.  Love this fabric.
What was really nice is that Chris showed us a clever way to finish the bottom of the basket after we had turned it inside out.  What a nice finish it gives the basket.
Next Chris showed us how to make two different kinds of coin purses.  
I hope you can see that the one is curved at the top.
Of course, we had to eat!  Everyone brought a dish to pass and Chris provided the main course.  Everything was wonderful!
We got patterns for this.
And this cute gift bag.
Then Chris showed us how to make our final project.
What a beautiful table topper or wall hanging.
 By the end of the day we were all exhausted, but happy and proud of all we accomplished.  Thank you Chris for a fantastic day!

  • February Bus Trip is scheduled for Feb. 8.  Four shops are participating. 
  • January 1, BIG SALE DAY!
  • Monday, Dec. 9
    • Beginning Intermediate Quilts, 
    • Sampler, Monday, Dec. 9
  • Tuesday, Dec. 10
    • Bee
    • Sampler
    • Embroidery Bee
  • Wednesday, Dec. 11
    • Happy Scrappers Christmas party
  •  Thursday, Dec. 12
    • Doll Bee
    • Intermediate Quilting
    • Beginner Intermediate Quilting
  • Friday and Saturday, Dec. 13 and 14
    • Stitch-In
Caring, Sharing, Creating Smiles

1 comment:

Annie said...

WOW, that looks like it was a crazy fun day! Wonderful makes. I like that fabric you used for your basket too. It’s such a fun festive print. How cute the mug rug is. The hexie said “we got patterns for this”. But what is it? It’s adorable though. All really great, useful, giftable items.


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