We had marvelous Christmas here in Yorba Linda, CA! It was our Grandson Elliott’s first Christmas and we really celebrated! So now it’s time to share!
Archive | 2014 Do You See…? Block Of The Week
Oh My STARS! This is my last Do You See…? Instructional/Pattern Post! Christmas is just a week away so it would take a Christmas Miracle to have this quilt quilted, bound and labeled for this year, but that was never my intention. Christmas will come again next year! So relax and enjoy finishing this quilt […]
Wow! What A Year! Wasn’t it fun to have Christmas all year long? I have loved designing these blocks. Especially in the dog days of summer… It was cooling to think about frosty Christmas days to come!
This Series has brought me much JOY! Christmas all year long! And though this is our “LAST BLOCK” I do have a cool bonus or two you need to watch for as well. And I will be posting setting instructions too!
Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s a cozy block… Cute mittens for cold hands! You’ll need warm hands throughout the Holiday Season for Tree Trimming, Cookie Cutting and Friendly Greetings!
The Blare of the Trumpets and the Tattoo of the Horns are now heralding in the joy of the new Christmas Season! Signify that new beginning with our Holiday Horn Christmas Block. It’s made for easy applique and will look great in this quilt!
I remember when I was a little girl, these goodies were only around at Christmastime. My mom would have a little candy dish filled with red and white gems. I looked forward to them each year.
Well, it seems I took my own advice! A few weeks ago when I posted the Nativity Block, I told you about my adventures with the Three Wise Men of our family nativity display. I started thinking, this quilt surely wouldn’t be complete without the Magi bearing gifts. And we can each can decide how […]
Oh Boy! I am so excited about these last few blocks! I have been waiting to do a snowman all year and now I smile whenever I look at my block!
Is a Camel a stretch for this series? I don’t think so… It goes with Block 39 The Nativity, don’t you think? And he is following the star…