I made 3 Christmas Projects this year . . .
First, O Christmas Trees. For more fun pics, I blogged about this quilt here. And if you want to make your own, the tutorial for this quilt can be found here.
Second for this year, my Simply Modern Monochromatic Stockings. Finally, we all have matching stockings, yippee!!! For more fun pics, I blogged about these stockings here. And if you want to make your own, the tutorial for these stockings can be found here.
And the final Christmas Finish from this year, My Christmas Fat Quarter Fizz that was made with the Fat Quarter Shop. For more fun pics, I blogged about this quilt here. And if you want to make your own, the pattern for this quilt can be found here.
Now, how about some Christmas Finishes from Yesteryear ;)
In 2012, I used my all time favorite Christmas Fabric, Countdown to Christmas from Sweetwater, to make this Spinning or Spiraling Christmas Quilt. I blogged and wrote a tutorial for the quilt right here if you want to know more ;)
Also, in 2012, I made this Christmas Ribbons Throw, a variation on a Jelly Roll Race quilt ;) It is fast and super fun. I blogged and wrote a tutorial for this quilt right here if you want to know more ;)
And in 2011, I made this Christmas Traditions Advent Calendar. It is a super fun way to get in all of your Holiday fun. I blogged about the calendar here and if you want to make your own, you can find the tutorial for the calendar here ;)
Then pop back another year to when I was first finding the online quilt world. In 2010 Amy Ellis was hosting a Beginners Sampler Quilt Along and I made a Christmas Version. So fun!!! For more fun pics, I blogged about this here.
And then pop way back, to when I was just learning to quilt, and ya, it took me a year or so to make one (funny how that has changed) this Christmas Around The Year quilt was the first quilt I ever made. (Not so much of a beginner quilt, but I learned a lot) It was given to my Mother-In-Law in 2005 and seems only appropriate that she recieved my first quilt as she is now my day to day go to in all things quilty :) I didn't have a blog when I wrote this quilt so it's just a picture here ;)
And that just about wraps it up. Yup, my first quilt ever is the last one to be shared ;) I have to say, I am so glad Bonnie did this little linky. It really is so fun to see all of these in one place. I hope you find a quilt or project you like that you want to whip up for next year ;) If you do, I would love to see it. You can add pics to my flickr group here or email me pics at email@example.com.
So that is my little Christmas Project Round-up :) And now I best go round up the kids to go sledding.
Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday!!!
Merry Christmas! What festive quilts!ReplyDelete
So many beautiful quilts...that first quilt is quite amazing for a FIRST! Merry Christmas to you and your family!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful projects!ReplyDelete
Wish you a very merry Christmas!
They're all so pretty! Isn't it fun to look back at everything you've accomplished over the years?ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your Family! I love all the Quilty Christmas posts being shared today. Mine is mixed with a bit of my Nativity collection.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas. Wonderful quilts.ReplyDelete
I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and your lives are filled with blessings in the coming year.ReplyDelete
just Gorgeous!! Merry Christmas to you and the fam!! XX! LoriReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, Melissa.ReplyDelete
some lovely makes here have a lovely time with all the children can just picture Christmas morning in your house!ReplyDelete
These are just fantastic!!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a fabulous Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Thank you for showing all the lovely Christmas projects and links to the tutorials. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas from a meltingly hot Queensland, Australia!ReplyDelete
Rosemary B here:ReplyDelete
I love all of your quilts. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family
Here, we all had the flu and it was quiet.
Wow, you've got a ton of Christmas makes! I have one quilt I finally finished this year lolReplyDelete
Merry Xmas and Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
What beautiful quilts!