Monday, December 12, 2011

Christmas Quilt



This is the Quilt I made at the Retreat I went to in November.  It was a pattern in the  Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine.  I had pre cut all the pieces ahead of time, so I just had to sew away :)  I am thrilled with the way it turned out....and I only had to buy the sashing and border fabrics the rest were from my stash!



Happy Holidays to Everyone,

Cindy


12 comments:

  1. Your quilt is gorgeous, love the fabrics you used, beautiful piecing.
    I never got to make any large ones, so I am going to finish the ones I had started and new ones, starting now, so I can have them all for next year;)

    Debbie

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  2. Love your quilt and happy holidays to you and your family.

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  3. It turned out so beautiful! Great job! :-)

    Happy Holidays to you and yours,
    Jodi
    http://www.hannahspinkeep.com

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  4. Your quilt looks fantastic ! Red always looks good in any quilt. I thought it was a great idea using brown in your Orca Bay, its going to look very different from everyone else. Thanks for being the latest follower of my blog.

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  5. The stripe fabric adds pizzaz to this quilt. Good choice.

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  6. Hi Cindy, I'm your newest follower and love your Christmas quilt - must be the season, but I am fascinated with Christmas quilts this year!! Love seeing all the different styles, settings and fabrics!! So inspiring!

    Blessed Christmas to you and all your family

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  7. This quilt is so nice! You must have some beautiful scraps.Thanks for following me and I will follow you!

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  8. Cindy i would like to wish you a merry Christmas and a healthy and happy new years. And i thank you very much for following Amish Stories. Yours truly Richard

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  9. Verry pretty. Your creation has me tempted to look into the magazine

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  10. Beautiful quilt! I love this magazine! Currently, I am working on a shop model of the quilt that is on the cover of the newest issue that should come out any day. Love your blog!

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  11. Love your quilt

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