Wednesday, December 15, 2010

I'm a Winner!

Remember this project from Debbie Busby over at Wooden Spool Designs.
She is one of the new designers I discovered during the Buttermilk Basin Home for the Holidays Blog Hop. And truly, this was my favorite project of the entire hop!
Thank you so much Debbie!

And a little more glitz!
I could not resist this variation of the Lil' Twister quilt I had seen in blogland.
Needs to be quilted, but what a great table topper for the holidays.
This one finished at 18" x 18", but I should have used the ruler for 5" squares!
It would have made a wonderful centerpiece for my dining room table this holiday.
I think I'll go back to TOWQS and get some yardage to make a big one next year.


Anonymous said...

Congrats, Cheryl. I liked this project, too!
Love that Lil' Twister! Perfect little table topper.
Merry Christmas!


Lee Prairie Designs said...

Congratulations! You lucky duck!

Your cute little Twister is so festive.


Stray Stitches said...

Congratulations on your win!!
I love the table topper - so very festive and cheery!!

Susan said...

Congratulations of being a winner....... Couldn't happen to a nicer person.

Thanks for all the ideas you shared. I see some fun things in my future.........

merumo said...

Congrats to your win! And I really like your Lil' Twister. I may have to copy this version to make mine like a wreath quilt ;)

julieQ said...

I just love your twisting wreath! Wonderful...gorgeous fabrics...Merry Christmas!!

Aunt 'Reen said...

Congratulations on your winnings!

I really LOVE your Lil' Twister quilt.
The fabrics are Gorgeous and so is the design!

Heirlooms by Ashton House said...

You are one lucky girl! Congratulations! The mistletoe will sure look festive in your home. Your little Twister quilt looks gorgeous made up in those rich colors. I especially like the border fabric you chose.

Heather said...

Love it too! It's taken me a couple of days to get over here and see it after all the chit chat over at Kathy's. Great job!

Anonymous said...

i have the lil twister tool and have made a bucketload of table runners. Would you share the layout of the Christmas wreath?