Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Deck the Halls!

Started the process of decking the halls, or in this case, my kitchen table.
This quilt is my own design called Ribbons and Bows and is available from TOWQS
The centerpiece includes just a few of my favorite Santas from my collection.
This fella is my favorite!

Ran across another designer holiday event.  Some of my favorite designers will participate and share free projects.  There will be clues to collect and prizes awarded.  I haven't had much luck recently.  Neither Allie, the owl pincushion or the Snowman Candy piece are on their way to my abode!
Here is the lineup:
Day 1:
Heather Mulder Peterson of Anka’s Treasures at http://ankastreasures.wordpress.com/
Linda Lum DeBono at http://www.lindalumdebono.blogspot.com/
Little Quilts at http://www.littlequilts.blogspot.com/

Day 2:
Amy Hamberlin of Kati Cupcake at http://www.katicupcakequiltingco.blogspot.com/
Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie’s Quilt co at http://www.lavieenrosie.typepad.com/
Kari Ramsay of Fresh Cut Quilt Patterns at http://www.freshcutquilts.blogspot.com/

Day 3:
Jacquelynne Steves of the Noble Wife at http://www.thenoblewife.blogspot.com/
Jill Finlay of Jillily Studio at http://www.jillilystudio.blogspot.com/

Day 4:
Laurie Bird of Rose Cottage at http://www.rosecottagequilts.blogspot.com/
Barbara Jones of Quilt Soup at http://www.quiltsoupblog.com/
Dana Brooks of Lazy Daisy Cottage at http://www.lazydaisycottage.blogspot.com/

Day 5:
Chelsea Anderson of Pink Fig Patterns at http://www.pinkfig.typepad.com/
Brenda Pinnick of Brenda Pinnick Designs at www.brendapinnick.com/blog/
Beth and Liz Hawkins of Lizzie B Creative at http://www.dreamlaughcreate.blogspot.com/

Day 6:
Leanne Anderson of The Country Caboodle at http://www.thewholecountrycaboodle.blogspot.com/
Franchelle Contreras at http://www.franchellecontreras.blogspot.com/

Day 7:
Kim Diehl at http://www.henryglassfabrics.blogspot.com/
Janet Nesbitt and Pam Soliday of Buggy Barn at http://www.buggybarnquilts.blogspot.com/

I know I will just have fun exploring some new designer blogs.

Finally, a little of my DD's artwork.
 I saw these in an art gallery in Durango, CO. Didn't she do a great job.  She even did the woodworking that produced the cutwork edges.
Looking for a chandelier for it and then she will do a garden scene with a skeleton dog!

9 comments:

Sue said...

What a georgeous quilt & I just love your Santas !

Darlene said...

Love, love, love your quilt. And, your Santas look fabulous.

Your DD's artwork made me giggle.

Rosie said...

DD's creation is very cute and, not surprising for a graphic designer, so precise.

Count me in on the Quilt Sampler. My SAL is in the to-be-completed queue, but not until after 12/25/10.

Began cookie baking today, tree goes up tomorrow, several gifts to be completed, decorating ongoing....

Aunt 'Reen said...

I love your beautiful Ribbon's & Bows quilt!
Your Santa's look wonderful sitting on it.

What a cute mixed media art box your daughter created.

Cheryll said...

Nice table topper!!!! Thanks for the heads up with the giveaways!
:)

Quilt Hollow said...

In case (giggle here) it hasn't been said...loving your Christmas table topper! Sweet little number!!!

Wendy said...

The little quilt is adorable on your table. And your daughter art work is so cute, my daughter would love that.

Anonymous said...

Cheryl, I love your Ribbons & Bows table quilt, it is an exquisite addition to the Christmas table!!!....Merilyn

Heirlooms by Ashton House said...

You always come up with the neatest designs, Cheryl. Your Ribbons and Bows quilt looks so festive on the table and your santa is sweet as well. It's fun to see how others decorate their homes for the holidays. Thanks for sharing the details about the Henry Glass designers holiday projects.