Category Archives: Christmas Quilts
Anticipation builds. Only one day left! This quilt is called Almost Christmas. The best part of Christmas is the anticipation.
I celebrate a lot during the holiday season. However, people I love who are no longer with me are never far from my mind. There is always an empty spot in my heart because they are not here. To get … Continue reading
This week I judged the Best Holiday Door Decoration Contest at the DeKalb Child Advocate Office after participating in the Best Holiday Door Decoration Contest in my own office. After the judging, I spoke to the staff about how important … Continue reading
Where I grew up, by this time in December, our home would be in full Christmas attire. Santa would be on the roof. Mary and Joseph would be in the front yard in a stable, and the Christmas tree with … Continue reading
My quilt guild the Brown Sugar Stitchers has an exhibit of 13 Christmas quilts on display at the Stonecrest Library on Klondike Road in Lithonia, GA. Three of my quilts are part of the exhibit: Almost Christmas, African Christmas and … Continue reading
Flowers Hoping to be Free is spending the holidays at the Mills Multi-Purpose Senior Center in Atlanta. If you are wondering about the name, it took me so long to finish this quilt that I thought that must be how … Continue reading
This week my staff and I opened the doors of the DeKalb County Law Department to clients and colleagues who have made our job so joyful. We hosted the first annual DeKalb County Law Department Holiday Open House. We had … Continue reading
Believe will also be part of the Clara Ford Foundation Christmas Tour of Quilts. Look for it in a DeKalb County Library. This is a simple quilt that packs a powerful message.
I try to make at least one Christmas quilt each year. Why? Because I love Christmas! This year I have made two Christmas quilts so far. Joyful Noise is one of them. It will be part of the Clara Ford … Continue reading