Tuesday, December 25, 2018

MERRY CHRISTMAS

Wishing everyone a very MERRY CHRISTMAS.  
A cotton batting Santa and Snow kids I made and sold several years ago.  
Below is a flannel applique quilt I made and gifted my wonderful daughter-in-law Cathy, also several years ago.  I still have that quilting book (Winter Whimsies by Suellen) and just might use a template to hooked a mat next year.  Think my favorite snowman is the one flying and with earmuffs on.
Keep warm everyone; and again, Merry Christmas.

Saundra

8 comments:

  1. Hope you had a Merry Christmas today ! Love the Santa & Snow Angels you made !!! The quilt would make a cute rug in nice old colors that you use !!!

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  2. What a fun flying snowman! Love him and the quilt! Merry Christmas! Janice

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  3. you are a woman of many talents. Love the snow kids and the quilt.
    thanks for the compliment on my sled rug high praise coming from you
    Cathy

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  4. Hi Saundra,
    Always enjoy seeing your beautiful creations and am happy you kept some of them!!
    I also have that book and have made many things that I still love!!
    Hope you had a Wonderful Christmas and enjoy your week leading up to the coming New Year!!! Is it REALLY going to be 2019????
    Heart Hugs to you, my friend~
    Julie

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  5. Merry Christmas Saundra, what a cute Santa ! Thank you for sharing that marvelous quilt.
    Hugs cheri

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  6. You have made lots of beautiful things over the years!
    Real treasures,,,
    Love snowmen,,,,
    Hope u had a very merry Christmas, ,,,
    Take care,,,

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  7. Your Santa and Snow Kids are just perfection.
    I hope all your Christmas dreams come true.

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  8. I love looking at all your past creations! Guess what, I have that book too! I never made a quilt but used the snowman templates on several mats, sweatshirts, etc over the years. And the next amazing note... Suellen is in our Rug Hooking Guild! It was fun to talk with her recently about all her patterns and books. I made a mittern quilt of hers, was not in a book. I took a class from her many years ago at a local quilt shop. I’ll have to look for the quilt & take a picture. It is a small world after all........

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