Welcome to my corner of blogland during this
HOLIDAY FAVORITES blog hop!
Thank you for stopping by.
For quilters, the Christmas season
gives us an opportunity to CREATE!
We make things for OUR homes
and then make things for others!
We are MAKERS after all.
Making is my favorite thing about the holidays.
I love getting this quilt out and hanging it every year
in the family room.
I designed it a few years ago using
a crate and barrel gift box for inspiration.
Yes....I have a quilt on the sofa.
I bet you do TOO!
These little scrappy trees are teeny tiny.
No scrap is TOO SMALL for me!
These are the kinds of things
I like to make and give away.
This one's a bit bigger.
on how I made this one.
These little snowmen
were made by the kids a long time ago.
I love pulling them out and remembering
my BIG kids were once LITTLE.
I sewed the snowmen leaving an opening for stuffing.
The kids stuffed, drew on the faces
and made little scarves from scraps.
The black hats are SOCK scraps
that we sewed together.
Yes...You're going to find fabric EVERYWHERE here.
Even above this ceramic nativity.
I gave this Christmas quilt away last year
after making it using orphan blocks.
Christmas is for MAKING.
Christmas is for GIVING.
The two go HAND in HAND.
Here's a list of the blogs participating
in the HOLIDAY FAVORITES blog Hop 2019
Dec 9- Humble Quilts, Lori, https://humblequilts.blogspot.com/
Dec 10 KatyQuilts , https://katyquilts.net/
Dec 11 Beth https://lovelaughquilt.blogspot.com/
Dec 12 Diane- https://www.butterflythreadsquilting.com/
Dec 13 -Timeless Reflections. Kyle. https://kyleredente.blogspot.com
Dec 14 Kelly http://pinkadotquilts.blogspot.com/
Dec 15 Juliann - https://chasingstories.wordpress.com/
Dec 16 Knitty Quilter -https://suehoover.blogspot.com
Dec 17 Lizzy https://gone2thebeach.blogspot.com/
Dec 18 Barb, https://funwithbarbandmary.blogspot.com/
Dec 19 Judy https://smallquiltsanddollquilts.blogspot.com/
Dec 20- Kevin, http://kevinthequilter.blogspot.com/
Thanks for the lovely tour! I adore the crate and Barrel inspired quilt and the tree ornaments!!ReplyDelete
Yay! For fun handmade decorations our kids made! They hold precious memories.
What fun decorations you have. Love your little scrap trees. I have a scrap or two as well 😉 Just found you via Lori's blog. Congrats on winning 🎄ReplyDelete
So much homespun charm here! Love it all, especially those precious snowmen made by your children.ReplyDelete
I love your Crate & Barrel inspired quilt and the tree ornaments are adorable. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
You have made Christmas a special family time with your sweet snowmen and beautiful quilts. Thanks for sharing your lovely home.ReplyDelete
Love seeing your Christmas quilts! The one hanging in the family room is an all time fave of mine.:)ReplyDelete
Super sweet Holiday decorations, Beth!! Enjoy the season.ReplyDelete
Your Crate and Barrel quilt is so cool! I love it. Your decorations are so sweet and sentimental, that's what Christmas is all about!ReplyDelete
Crate and barrel quilt is wonderful. Very creative. Love your touch of fabric in all things. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
All your projects are lovely and I like how you've displayed them. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
I love your Modern Quilt and I love that it was inspired by a C&B box. How great.ReplyDelete
Your tree ornaments are charming and great video! I'll have to remember to make a few of these - next year.
Your creche' is Beautiful!
Oh, your wall hanging is fabulous!!! I love all your Christmas quilts!! Maybe it's time I made myself one!!!ReplyDelete
Lovely quilts! I like those little those little treasures that have so many memories.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the inspiration! Are you selling patterns for the Crate and Barrel inspired quilt? I would love to create this quilt!ReplyDelete
I love seeing your Christmas quilts and the other treasures you or your family created. I agree that we are makers and Christmas if such a fun time to make things and give them, also to make a few keepers to bring out each year.ReplyDelete
Love those snowmen! I have ornaments the SIT made that go on the tree each year. It's fun to remember when they were little enough to just enjoy the magic of the holiday.ReplyDelete