Saturday, July 9, 2011

Christmas Quilt A Long




I have my fabric tote pulled and ready to work on some more blocks for my Christmas quilt over at Sue's. Hope you will join in.






I finished the Friendship Stars. I guess it is whether you are right or left handed on how you like your stars to spin?




Oh, my - it kind of looks like snow???? Dense Fog!!




Double Friendship Stars - just had to have snowmen.




I thought I would lay the 6 blocks (2 of each - so there are 12 done) out on some pretty poinsettia fabric. Lookin' good!




I think I am going to straighten out the scraps in the tote, do a little clean up, and call it a day on this project. It has been fun - need to go check out how everyone else is doing. Thank you Sue for being an excellent hostess. Will be back tomorrow.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

18 comments:

  1. ohh Sharon what lovely fabrics,have fun

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  2. I'm not quite in the christmas spirit just yet but I will save that QAL for another time. I don't even have christmas fabric yet :) I do love your blocks though! Very Nice.

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  3. I keep thinking, "Christmas in July!!" Even Hobby Lobby is putting out their Christmas decor. I need to get on this wagon if I am to get anything fun done!!

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  4. The quilt shops all have their Christmas fabrics in now. Great blocks to try!

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  5. Great fabric selection for your blocks!

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  6. So pretty! I'm right handed and I like my stars to spin as shown. Is that typical?

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  7. Wonderful blocks!! Fog? In July? Send some my way!!

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  8. Things are looking very festive in your neck of the woods...inside anyway!

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  9. I love the fussy cutting you did for the friendship star. Your stars look great.

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  10. Yours stars are looking very festive! Great progress :)

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  11. Oh, I see your are making the Christmas Stars. I haven't made any of them yet.

    We stopped at a Goodwill Store the other day and they were decorating a Christmas tree. I guess for "Christmas in July".

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  12. Lovely blocks, love your Christmas fabrics! I need to pull my Christmas fabric collection and get started on some Christmas gifts :)

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  13. My favorite star is the one with the green plaid on the bottom left. Wow..now that is Christmas.

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  14. What great fabrics for these blocks! Christmas in July :-)

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  15. Nice job on the star blocks! I only have the first 2 sets to go. I better kick it into gear!!

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  16. Your stars look wonderful. I love the fabrics you are using.

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  17. Your weather shot did look almost winter-y!!

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