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I saved my most beautiful Christmas quilt for Christmas Day. It is called Flowers Hoping To Be Free. Merry Christmas From My Family to Yours!
Since we have given up on snow and cold weather in Atlanta (we are expecting record highs today), I might as well share a garden quilt. Stars Over My Christmas Garden is made up of four traditional blocks framed by … Continue reading
We all wish for snow on Christmas, but that rarely happens in Atlanta. I try to work around potential disappointments so I have a snowman quilt for when Mother Nature does not come through for me. My quilt Happy Holidays … Continue reading
If hot chocolate is not strong enough for you, try a sip of Cognac. For the story behind this quilt, read my post Savor a Sip of Christmas Cognac.
A little cool weather is just the thing to get you in the Christmas spirit if you are not already. It finally got cold enough for hot chocolate in Atlanta. I love the colors of my quilt Hot Chocolate. Ummmm.
Some days it just seems that all is right with the world. Yesterday was such a day. My baby/roommate India arrived home safely from the University of Pittsburgh. I spent the morning enjoying holiday potluck with the inspirational women of … Continue reading
Each year I make a Christmas quilt to add to my collection. Why? Because I love Christmas. Complicated Christmas Star is my 2011 addition. I love the simplicity and clean lines of this quilt. The beautiful machine quilting was done … Continue reading
The challenge for the Fabric is Better Than Food Brunch was to make a quilt that included the flying geese block. Here is mine. It is called Enchanted Forest.
My Neighbors Jewelry and Quilt Holiday Open House is today from 1 pm – 7 pm. I have many new quilts to share with you, and my neighbor Connie will share her beautiful, one of a kind jewelry. I am … Continue reading
My new Waiting to Exhaleseries will have its first public viewing at my Holiday Open House tomorrow. So far there are three quilts in this series. I may add more later, but I never know where my creative inspiration will … Continue reading