Monday, December 22, 2014

Some year end projects...

It's that time of year when all the normal routines fall away and the busyness of the season takes hold. I have been sewing and finishing up some projects, but haven't taken the time to share here on the blog. Maybe some of us Instagrammers are getting a little lazy on the blog front. And it hasn't helped that there's been so little sun here for picture taking in maybe a month?

So I'm dropping in today to share a few photos of some recent finishes.

Cheerio pattern by Thimbleblossoms, quilted by Crinklelove.


Peppermint Float in Cotton + Steel, quilted by me...



A mini quilt made by me for a Christmas exchange. Tutorial found at Modern Handcraft...


I love the Cotton + Steel Feather print binding on this one...


After you make something for someone else, do you end up making another for yourself? More Hexagons...


And that's a wrap on the sewing for this year!  I'll be back with some year end collages and some thoughts on the future of the blog {and there is a future}.


I wish each of you a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday. Enjoy every single little minute!
Blessings...

8 comments:

  1. Happy Holidays to you too and love the quilts! especially the hexagon mini!

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  2. Such pretty quilts! Thanks for another year of inspiration and PLEASE DO keep blogging!

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  3. Beautiful finishes. We're suffering from he same gray sky problem. And I'm so glad to hear that there is a future for the blog. :) Can't wait to read all about it. Have a great holiday!

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  4. Love the last quilt in this post...the simplicity of the design and the use of a single colorway. Where might the pattern be found? Thank you.

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  5. Your quilts certainly light up gray days! The "background sashing" in peppermint float is simply wonderful! Enjoy your holidays!

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  6. Wow, you have been busy. Everything is so beautiful! Have a wonderful Christmas!

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  7. I just adore the colors of your projects. That hexie one is a winner, for sure! I'm a bit guilty too of slacking on the blog front, as I've been sucked into Instagram in a big way! But it's good to still have the personalization that comes from blogging. Thanks for sharing, and have a blessed and merry Christmas!

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  8. Beautiful projects! What a great finish for the year. Looking forward to reading your thoughts of blogging going forward. Happy Holidays!

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Thanks so much for taking time to comment!