Saturday, September 14, 2013

Christmas Quilt Along - September

Well, it's here, the second full weekend of the month and it's time for the Christmas QAL. This month is being hosted by Hazel over at Hazel's Quilts. Go on over for a visit to see what everyone is up to this month on their Christmas projects.

 I have been diligently cutting and sewing some fabric for my Christmas Present table runner. For those of you who haven't been here before, it's a free pattern over here at Connecting Threads. I'm just making my runner a bit shorter since the challenge had a stipulation whereby the whole project couldn't be more than 96" in perimeter.

 And here's where I'm at right now. I have a bit of a ways to go but I still have a couple months left to finish it.

 In case you haven't visited in a while, I have completed this Christmas star. It was a UFO for several years and I finally decided that it was time to get it finished and it is now totally complete with label and a hanging sleeve.

So, now I will link up with Hazel for the Christmas QAL.

15 comments:

  1. Very pretty presents. It will be a nice runner. I'll have to check out the project.

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  2. love the christmas star quilt. I'm sure the parcels will be fab when they are finished. xxx

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  3. Love your blue presents. What a great runner you will have. And your red star quilt is just perfect. Congrats on an awesome finish.

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  4. Your blue presents are so pretty! And your Christmas wall hanging is gorgeous! You must be so pleased to have it finished!

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  5. Love your presents and they are so different to mine. Looking forward to seeing them again next month.

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  6. Great presents. I love the blue "wrapping papers" and your Christmas star is just awesome.

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  7. Hooray for the finished quilt! It looks terrific!

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  8. The blue and gold is a favourite of mine. Your star is lovely, nice to have it finished.

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  9. I think the present runner is going to be stunning.

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  10. Love the start quilting on the star quilt!!!

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  11. Loving your header- a breath of fresh fresh fresh air! Here is a site, local, that you might like.

    http://mageez.org/blog/on-the-wall.html

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  12. The star quilt is an absolute beauty - you should be very proud of it! Look forward to seeing how your blue pressies develop too!

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  13. Your blue presents will make a lovely runner and I love your star quilt , just gorgeous !

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  14. Your Christmas Star is fabulous:)

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  15. My brain has done the switch over to working on Christmas projects too. It seems that the first of September there's a switch that gets pulled and it becomes that time.

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