Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Henry Glass Designers Holiday Project Parade - Dec. 1



Today is the first day of the Henry Glass Designer's Christmas Project Parade.  We get to be one of the first hostesses.    We hope to make some new friends today (you can "friend" us on Facebook too!).  Post a comment with a holiday wish and you can win an  autographed copy of our book Patriotic Little Quilts.  We will randomly pick someone tomorrow night.  (You must have an email address associated with your posting ID so that we can contact you)

Warm winter wishes from Little Quilts! How exciting to be a part of the Henry Glass Holiday Designer Project Parade. We are pretty new to the blogging scene, but we are "players" and although some of the computer world races past us faster than we can catch on, we are so lucky to have elves in the workshop that help us with these exciting ways to visit you. Almost twenty years ago (can it be that long?), we put our ideas in the book...."Little Quilts All Through The House", published by Martingale & Company. The book is still being printed and enjoyed around the world. We joke that our high school picture is in the front. Decorating a home with small quilts was our passion. Several books followed along with our own line of patterns, kits and booklets. We are delighted to be a part of the design team of Henry Glass. Our fabrics are vintage designs which are perfect for making little and big quilts with a traditional look.



So here it is...that pedal to the metal time of the year - sewing for gift giving and decorating our home. This is where we come in. Making little quilts as gifts is a great idea and take it from us, it gets the same response as a king size quilt from the person who receives it! Decorating with little quilts is easy. Use them on the table under a centerpiece; hang them on a peg at the door; place one in a basket holding small packages; hang it on the wall; drape it over the back of a chair or hang it on the front door.


These are just a few of the things you can do to cozy up your holiday decorating. Whatever you do, enjoy the process as much as the end results. Quilting can be a way to calm down during these busy days.


The three of us are always trying to make the holidays fun and special for our families. Our children are grown and many live far away, but they still look for the familiar traditions we have established when they come home. Now we have grandchildren to add to our circle and that brings a new level of joy to our gatherings. Like you, we always want more time to create and the days get gobbled up with all the activities of the season. Have you thought of making small quilted flags to hang on the tree? Perhaps you or a friend has someone in the service. This would be a great last minute gift for them and you.


Our project for the Henry Glass Designer Blog Hop is something you can do with your family; your quilting friends; or simply by yourself as you watch "It's A Wonderful Life".  Each time a bell rings, an ANGEL (hint, the secret word) gets it's wings.

We share the day with our Henry Glass designer friends;

Linda Lum DeBono  http://www.lindalumdebono.blogspot.com/



and Heather Mulder Peterson  http://www.ankastreasures.wordpress.com/ 

Hop on over to their websites and see what free project they have for you. Ours is in the post below.
Each designer has a secret word included in their blogging for you to find, collect and then enter after the last day, on the Henry Glass blog. List each secret word in your comment for a chance to win a gift from each of the designers AND a collection of current Henry Glass fabrics. You must enter by Dec. 9th at 8PM EST. Yippee!

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~Kathleen said...

Little Quilts Ladies--this is so exciting! Thank you for being a part of the Henry Glass Designers Holiday Project Parade. Woohoo! ~Kathleen

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a wonderful idea. Such a delight to make this blog tour during the holidays. Thanks for participating :-)

Betty said...

Merry Christmas to you ladies. Thanks for the chance at the give away. Betty

Linda said...

Well I have your very first book that you published. I have made many smallprojects over the years. Thank you for that. Here is my chrismas wish to you,May Santa bring you everything you're wishing for and more! Have a wonderful New Year! We watch It'sA Wonderful Life every holiday season.

Big Rig John said...

I love the idea of little quilts - it's also a great way to do something creative with left over blocks!

Mommarock said...

I'm so glad you are part of this exciting hop! I'm having a grand time! Little quilts would be a wonderful way to make the home cozy and warm and bright for the cold winter ahead!

lovetostitch said...

Your books are among my very favorites!! I have made so many quick things, and you are the ones that first started me on my precut stirps!!! Love that I can sit on a rainy day & just make something!! Made my first bedsize quilt from just strips I had cut from your suggestions. Your first book is the best for decorating ideas!
Thank you!!!

Lin /s said...

What a wonderful way to spend the first week of December

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

Thanks for the cute Christmas project and the chance to win your book! Wishing you a Merry Christmas:)

Gale Lavers said...

Awesome garland and will look great on the fireplace. Thanks for the great giveaway. Merry Christmas to you and your families.

ld9381 said...

My holiday wish is for peace on earth, but as a quilter, I may only get" piece" on earth, which is also fine. Thank you for the pattern and have a happy holiday season.

Deb said...

Little quilts seem to be what I'm drawn to, and I LOVE to decorate with them. Thanks so much for the giveaway. I'm glad I found your blog!

Cheryl said...

Clever garland idea! and I love the quilted flags for our service men and women. Thanks for the opportunity to win the book. I am a big small quilt fan.

Sandy said...

Thanks Ladies for sharing your story and for participating in the Projects Parade. Best Wishes for a great holiday season.

PS I would love your book--my latest obsession is mini quilts!

Martina said...

Thank you so much for sharing! It is so interesting to read more from you behind the scene! I wish you lots of laughter together with your loved ones and warm blessings for every new day!

Diane H said...

Lovely to 'meet' all of you and I wish you and yours a wonderful Holiday Season. Thanks for the fun.

Anonymous said...

I love these blog hops. I see so many lovely projects that I want to make.

Deb S.

Pat S. said...

I'm just lovin' this Henry Glass Holiday Project Parade...it's getting me into the the holiday spirit! Thank you so much for the Twinkle Garland pattern!

Anonymous said...

I wish everyone a very merry Christmas. Thank you for participating in this christmas blog. So much fun and so many gifts. Just really puts you into the holiday spirit.

Sandi from Sonora, CA
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

Mandy Noble said...

Great project download - may have to make this!! Am now a follower of your blog and on facebook!

Ruth B said...

I wish that all my children would come home for Christmas! We moved in June and none of my kids have seen my house and my grandkids really want to come here. Fingers crossed.

Lori said...

What a fun little blog hop!!! Today is the day I offically kick off the season. May you be abundantly blessed as we celebrate Christmas!!

SoozeM said...

I just left a comment on your actual project but then thought maybe I had to leave it on this post to be in the draw, so apologies for doubling up :) Thanks again!!

LaurieC said...

I love the blog hops and am looking forward to this week! Thanks for being a part!

katie said...

Merry Christmas to all three.
Thank you for the twinkle fabric garland, what a great idea.

allcounty said...

Thank you for such a lovely ideas.
Love the blog hopping Karin E :)

free indeed said...

I do enjoy blog hops; meeting new people/blogs and gleaning ideas and information. I hope I make it to everyone's blog! That is sometimes the tricky part. :)
Have a Merry Christmas, blessed by loved ones near and far. You are angels! :)

Miss Alissa said...

Thanks for doing the blog hop:)

Needled Mom said...

I can tell that this is going to be a fun hop with lots of great projects.

Quilt n Queen said...

I feel as if I'm a winner already. Thanks for the Twinkle Garland project. You ladies are all so creative. lol. Thanks for the chance to win the autographed copy of your book 'Patriotic Little Quilts'. It would put a smile on my face if I won. Merry Christmas to you and your families ...may the angels keep everyone safe as we travel near and far to be with family this holiday season.

Mary said...

This hop is fun. Your books are some of my favorites. Thanks you for the opportunity to win.
Mary

Kathy H said...

Wishing you all a very merry Christmas. THis will be so much fun to see what all these designers have done. Thanks for sharing these great ideas.

Stitched With Prayer said...

Thank you so much for a chance to have your wonderful book. I'm am truly wishing all of you a Blessed Christmas and all of the joys this wonderful season brings. Thanks so much for joining in this 'hop'. Wishing everyone "GOOD LUCK"!!!

Shelley said...

That's a nifty project! Thanks! The first little quilt I ever made, Years ago, was from one of your books :) I was hooked! It was little houses.

Moneik said...

Would love to win the book. I love small quilts. Here's wishing you a Merry Christmas!

Country Log Cabin Quilter said...

My wish is for a healthy new baby due to be delivered next week. Please add me to your drawing.

Becky said...

Little Quilts are Wonderful. I've made plenty of them and the granddaughters love them. We will be making your garland this week. Thanks for sharing.

Kay said...

I friended you on Facebook.

Victoria M. said...

The project parade is a great idea. I'm looking forward to following every day of it.

Thank you for your book giveaway and the chance to win.

Kare said...

Love the light/fabric garland idea, Thanks!

Dawn Stephens said...

I love to put little quilts throughout the house. It makes a nice surprise when you enter a room.

Jane said...

I have so many wishes but I guess my big one would be to have my Mom out of the hospital for Christmas Day.....thank you for your contest...I LOVE your books!

Lee said...

You are all angels for the great project and giveaway! Thanks!

Sequana said...

I really LOVE that twinkling garland. Thx for the idea.

Happy Holidays to you...

Sherri said...

I love how you mentioned Little Quilts Around the House. This was truly the book that got me hooked on quilting about 15 years ago--I was a young mom then and needed small projects that I could finish to help decorate our home...this is going to be a fun event...thanks for participating!

Diane said...

I love the idea of quilted flags on the tree. Thanks for the idea!

Happy Holidays to all of you.

Linda said...

Your sampler blocks are great. I'm really liking this blog hop stuff.

paulette said...

Thanks so much for the chance to win your wonderful book!! Have a wonderful Christmas!
Paulette

gmp said...

Thanks for the opportunity to win your Patriotic book.
I love It's A Wonderful Life too, and I make a point of watching it at least once at Christmas.
Have a wonderful holiday.
Grace
gmp505@aol.com

Debra @ Life is a Stitch said...

Love the garland! I think I will do this with my neices this year. My wish is for snow! and lots of it this winter. It makes the world seem peaceful and serene the way it muffles the sounds and makes us slow down and enjoy the quietness.
Peace to you, Debra

MoeWest said...

Thanks for the Twinkle Garland idea and the giveaway. My wish for everyone for the holidays is that they enjoy time with family and get a special homemade gift that they will treasure.

WvHmmngbrd said...

May quilting continue to make you and your families, friends, etc. happy for many years to come! Thanks for the chance to win!

Potpourri said...

Thank you Little Quilt ladies for your Garland project, and your designing over the years.

Donna said...

Holiday wish list - fabric and more fabric! Thanks for being a part of this blog hop. Happy quilting!

Lee Ann said...

My holiday wish? to see my family, especially the newest addition, a little more often. :-)

Actually, I really want a serger! LOL. :-)

QuiltSue said...

Cute project, very unusual, and a great giveaway you are offering.

~Laurie~ said...

Hello ladies!!
Holiday wish - healthy children :)
Next wish - an autographed copy of "Patriotic Little Quilts"! LOL!
Merry Christmas to all of you angels - and a happy successful new year too.

bairdmtn said...

Hello, Little Quilts and thanks for being a part of the hop! Your little garland is so cute! I'll be making one for Christmas this week for sure! Thanks for sharing!
bairdmtn@hotmail.com

Lorraine said...

This is the first I've seen your blog. Awesome inspiration. A new follower you have found. Happy Holidays

Jan said...

I don't have any grand wish for this Holiday season, just to have my family and extended family healthy. That includes an young soldier serving in Afghanistan. Thanks for the pattern and give away.

jabeybaby said...

What a cute idea for garland! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing ladies. Glad you are a part of this blog hop!
Marsha S.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Fun! Fun! Fun!

Billie

Michele said...

I'd like both of my grown kids to be home for Christmas.

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

Very cute project! Thank you so much.

Barbara said...

Love the garland. Never saw one with lights before - very clever. Thanks for hosting the blog hop.

Stimpson Family said...

My holiday wish this year is to have everyone happy, have a clean house (minus the wrapping paper), and have few disasters.

Amy said...

Deck the halls with your cheerful garland! Fa la la la la, la la la la! What a great, but simple idea. Many thanks!

Brenda said...

Thanks for a neat project!

Julie in WA said...

This is so uncanny! I just had your book, "Patriotic Little Quilts", checked out of the library. It was hard to return it (someone else wanted it), and now, here I am, visiting your blog! Love the book, and now I shall check out more of your blog! Have a blessed Christmas holiday!

Staci said...

Your project is soooo cute! I just love it!
Thank you!
Enjoyed reading your story.
Hope you have a wonderful Christmas season, with all the people you love best.

Mary said...

One of my very favorite quilts I ever made is your Crib Quilt. Aside from all the usual wishes this time of year, I wish each quilter could find a pattern they love as much as I do that one!!!

LizA. said...

Wow -- your website is just chock full of all kinds of goodies.....thank you for sharing.

lisa said...

what a GREAT! project, I could use a ton of Christmas scraps that I never knew what to do with AND my four year old (who loves fabric too) can help me! Thanks!

James-Linda said...

MERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!
THANKS FOR YOUR QUILT IDEAS TODAY AND FOR A WHILE BACK! HAVE ALWAYS LOVED YOUR QUILTS! THANKS SO FOR SHARING YOUR IDEAS,PATTERNS AND THIS GIVEAWAY!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Briarside Lane said...

Hello Ladies!
Isn't the Land of Blogging wonderful? Welcome! And I found you on Facebook.

I would love a signed copy of Patriotic Little Quilts.
My holiday wish is to be in San Francisco with my DS/DDIL.. or have them visit us again... real soon! ;-) Texting and telephones just don't compare with hugs and smiles in person. Merry Christmas to you and yours...

...Karen

Bonnie said...

What a nice memory from the past -- I was a member of East Cobb QG -- um 17 or so years ago and remember you. I've moved a couple of times since then but have happy memories of Cobb county and my quilting experiences there. Still have your first book and bring it out every once in a while. Thanks for sharing today.

Kathy S said...

What a 'bright' idea to make the garland on a string of lights. merry Chriatmas and thanks for the free pattern!

JayTee said...

enjoyed reading your post and the free project!!

Barbara said...

I love your book Little Quilts All Through The House and would love to win a copy of Patriotic Little Quilts! Thank you for your free project. Happy Holidays!
bjleh at comcast dot net

Rafael's Mum said...

I keep taking little quilts all through the house out of the library. The librarian is allready joking when I come to the book table... not little quilts AGAIN?? But I love the book, and so many little quilts to make!

Colleen M said...

Merry Christmas to you all!
Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway!

Maria said...

Thanks for doing this. Is fun.

jackiero said...

How fun are your ladies! Yes, we always watch this wonderful movie (my DH's favorite), I noticed all your little goodies on your sidebar that I can make.
I would love to win your book, your style is exactly mine, too.
Happy Holidays :)

Fibercrafter said...

I love the quilted flags idea! I'm going to pull out my rubber stamps and make some new fabrics for them.

Amy R said...

Merry Christmas to you all. . . and, I LOVE your word! Love the movie and the sentiment of the bell ringing. Hope there are lots of bells in your world this season.

beth said...

May you have a wonderful quilty christmas!

Ann in NC said...

Cute garland! I think I have the first Little Quilts book in my library...probably from the first printing!

AnnieO said...

Henry Glass has a lot of terrific designers--glad you all joined in! Thanks for the chance to win an autographed book.

Quilt Hollow said...

I'm having a good time bouncing around checking out the blogs participating....it was fun seeing your name in the mix!! Enjoy your holidays!!!
Years ago my friend made me Twinkle Garland....still love it!!

Györgyi Varga said...

Merry Christmas to you ladies. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway. I love little quilt project so thanks for good ideas too.

Audrey said...

This blog hop is going to be great fun. I have been a fan of yours for years!! Saw you in Paducah one year! Your project looks like a fun project to do with my 7 year old granddaughter. Thanks for including me in the giveaway.
Audrey
audreybretz@gmail.com

jellaan said...

I wish for a healthy holiday with lots of time spent with family and friends!

julie @ littledarlingdesigns.com

Marsha said...

This is sew much fun, love free patterns and chances to win neat stuff. Thank you sew very much for sharing!

Darlene B said...

I could be selfish and say that my Holiday Wish is to win the Henry Glass Grand Prize!! But, honestly, my wish is for a Christmas filled with happy times with family, and for a healthy new year. I'm so thankful for all I've been blessed with, that everything else is just a bonus! (By the way, my aunt gave me your "Little Quilts All Through the House" book years ago, and I am just catching on to the great decorating that can be done with little quilted touches. Wonderful!) dsb448@att.net

Irma M. said...

What a cute and simple idea. Thank you! Have a wonderful holiday!

Nancy said...

My holiday wish is for my kids to be safe. Daughter (and maybe youngest son) going out of town for New Years, oldest son out of town for Christmas. We had a great Thanksgiving, so I'm good!

robin said...

My holiday wish - that in the business of the season, many would remember the purpose of Christ's coming as a babe in the first place - because we needed a Saviour!
I like the idea of little quilts - I'm new to quilting, so smaller projects don't seem so scary as a big quilt! Thanks! :o)

Carrie P. said...

Wow, that is awesome that you have been creating quilts for so many years.
I have checked the book out from our public library many times.
I love "It's a wonderful life" Watch it every year.

WoolenSails said...

My wish would be to win your Patriotic book:)
I love doing small quilts and patriotic pieces.
Enjoyed reading your post.

Debbie

Ariane said...

Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas this year. Thank you so much for sending a little cheer our way. Your Garland is so cute and thanks for the chance to win your giveaway!!! Hugs Ariane

Dana B. said...

What a clever idea! Thanks!

sandra said...

what fun, I love these little projects. Merry Christmas to all.

ytsmom said...

Have a blessed holiday season! Love your twilight garland.

Julie B said...

Wishing you a blessed Christmas season. I love your twinkle garland. Now to find me some extra lights....

Connie said...

Merry Christmas and I love little projects! Love your garland.

hannah said...

Your twinkle fabric garland is so cute. Thanks for sharing the project. I need to find your book, Little Quilt All Through The House. It sounds wonderful.

gill said...

This blog hop is such fun - Thank you
Gill

Wendy said...

Because of this really cool blog hop, I've discovered you really cool little quilt ladies :) I've already received my gift with this discovery!! Thanks!!

Leslie said...

This is a cute idea! THanks!

Wendy said...

So glad you've joined the parade and the blogging world :) I'm enjoying reading through your past posts and love the garland project. My family will love me adding this to my decor as would any quilter's family. What a hoot and cute to boot! Thanks

SewCalGal said...

What a fun parade. My wish is for a relaxing holiday with time to spend with family & friends.....and some time to quilt too!

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Dolores said...

Merry Christmas to all of you ladies. Thanks for the chance at the give away. I'm busy sewing away...

jean said...

Have LOVED you guys forever, and made lots of your little quilts.
My holiday wish is for good health, happiness, quilting, and that you guys keep putting out quilt books!

Di said...

I found some new quilty friends! Love that. My holiday wish is for health and happiness to all and may your scissors never be dull!

Julee said...

May you all have a Blessed Merry Christmas and keep Christ in Christmas.

Marcia said...

Wishing you a wonderful holiday filled with all the little quilts your hearts desire. Thank you for the tutorial on the Christmas project and the sweet Patiotic Little Quilts book giveaway. Day 1 of the HG designer blog tour is a lot of fun.

rose jeter said...

What a cute idea, would love your new book, have been a fan for awhile.

Mama24Monkeys said...

My Chrisatmas wish is for a holiday filled with wonderful memories for my kids.

Regina said...

Hello Ladies!!!!

Very cute project. It isn't a new ANGEL to add to my collection but I like it all the same!

Anonymous said...

Fun Blog! I enjoyed it.
Cheryl Brown
quilterchic@me.com

luvtoquilt said...

Merry Christmas to you ladies -- your blog is delightful!

Connecticut Chronichols said...

That twinkle garland is just too cute. I might even be able to actually finish one of those before the holidays! I hope you all have a peaceful and happy holiday.

Barb said...

My wish is that all my friends and family remember to take time to celebrate the gift that the birth of Christ brought to all who believe.

Heidi Lou said...

Thank you for duch a cute pattern!!!

Kaye M. tkmattson@hotmail.com said...

Warm wishes to all of you for a blessed Christmas. Thanks for the Twinkle garland idea. My daughter was looking for a new idea to decorate her mantle.

Patty D from NC said...

This is going to be fun. Please enter me.

mollybgood said...

Garland!! How clever.

Michele Hester said...

Merry Christmas and thanks for entering me in the giveaway. Thanks for the pattern!

Kim said...

Merry Christmas what a fun giveaway, Thank you.

Michele Hester said...

Oops - I forgot my holiday wish - I am wishing for a quilting/sewing table this year!

Diana said...

Great quick pattern, would look good on a mantle. Can't wait to see all the patternsb

SheilaC said...

My Christmas wish is to be together with my kids for a wonderful holiday dinner!

SheilaC

sue said...

This is the first time I've gone to your website and I like it - I love pictures! Thanks for your great garland idea and this great Christmas project.

Becky said...

Loved reading about the history of Little Quilts. Love your fabric, books and SHOP:) Hope you have the best holiday ever! Thanks!

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

What a fun blog hop! I have your first book and made a lot of the little quilts in it! Thank you! And thanks for the garland idea~ how fun!

BrendaPinnick said...

Thank you for sharing your garland project, it's really fun and festive and a wonderful project anybody can help create.

Deb G. in VA said...

I have a copy of Little Quilts All Through The House and I love it! I wish I lived close enough to go to your shop. Thanks for being part of the blog hop. Happy Holidays!
grif at ctsi dot net

StitchinByTheLake said...

May the gift of the child be in your heart during this Christmas season and all through the year. :) blessings, marlene

Shannon said...

If I could make one holiday wish it would be that on Christmas morning we would wake up to snow. That I could watch my teenage kids play in it then they would come in and drink hot chocolate and just be happy to be together. Thank you for the project it is so neat.

Holly said...

What a great project! Thanks for sharing

scottylover said...

Thanks for offering up a copy of your book! I'd love to own it. :)

My holiday wish this year is for a chance to get together with old friends that have been too busy to meet up lately. It's so much fun catching up on what is happening and sharing some laughs and smiles.

Sandy A

mama dub said...

This Henry Glass Holiday Project Parade is just great. Three great projects today and I can't wait to see the rest of them. It is fun to get acquainted with all of you talented designers. Thank you and may you have a very happy holiday season!

Marj said...

My Christmas wish is that the Adults in this world will be able to give their children a happy Christmas. So,everyone who can make a charitable donation to an organization that helps children.
Thanks for a chance to win a copy of your book.

Missie of Hallbrook Designs said...

I love Little Quilts. Your patterns have been a part of my stash way back when I started quilting about 20 years ago! Thanks for the inspiration!

JaNeanne said...

This blog hop is so much fun!! Thank you for the project.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas. Your garland is so cute. Thank you.

Darlis
darlisj@kinex.net

Joan and Kevin said...

Happy Holidays. I love the project thank you so much.

Jan said...

This blog hop is going to be fun! I like your reference to "Its a wonderful life". Thank you for the pattern, too.

Cindi P. said...

I love the garland...family time is what I look forward to most of all....

Beth said...

My holiday wish? That my husband and I are able to make time to finish our adoption homestudy paperwork. That will get us one step closer to bringing our children home.

Susie said...

I love your blog. I've been a follower for a while and a fan on FB too. I just love "little" quilts. Must be my ADD or something because little quilts are perfect for me! Haha!

My holiday wish is simple and probably one that many have made lately. I just wish that I could make Christmas special for my girls (ages 9 and 3yr old twins). As it stands now, things are looking very bleak. So, my wish is really something along the lines of not disappointing my girls. They've had enough of that the past few months.

Sherry said...

Merry Christmas to all three of you and your families. I am looking forward to decorating for Christmas in the next few days. I love the idea of the Twinkle Fabric Garland, thanks for sharing the fun project.

Ginny Worden said...

Holly Jolly, twinklie holiday greetings.

Carol in E TN said...

A very Merry Christmas to Little Quilts! I have always loved your patterns. I also became a friend on facebook.

Bec Clarke said...

Oh I would have to wish you a happy and safe season. don't eat too much either, that can really come back to haunt you!!!

Sewlmate Sister said...

Merry Christmas and Thanks for the lovely garland tute. looking forward to reading all the henry Glass Blogs!

Diann said...

My wish is for my family (and everyone's family) to be well and happy.

Kathy said...

Love your twinkle garland,what a super idea, thank you! Happy Holidays!

Karen said...

Happy Holidays Fellow Quilters. Thanks for sharing your idea.

annette said...

Cute project. Wishing you and yours a blessed Christmas season. Thanks for sharing. Always wonderful to find new designers :)

Angela B. said...

Thank you for the wonderful garland idea! So simple and cute!
My Christmas wish for all of us is time enough to complete all the projects on our list for Christmas gifts!

Ellen P said...

Thank you!

kshackabq said...

Hope you each have a wonderful holiday season. Thank you for the delightful garland idea. Merry Christmas!

Carol Sc said...

This whole project is so much fun --- my mind is already trying to figure out how to do all of the projects --- thankfully they are not terribly complicated. Thanks for participating --- I've made several of the quilts in your books.
quiltschon@att.net

Nana Jo said...

I love the garland and look forward to seeing more of your ideas in the future.

quiltmom said...

Thanks for taking part in the H Glass parade- I love your quote from Its a wonderful life.
I hope you meet many new quilters and develop new friendships around the globe. Blogging is a great deal of fun.
Thanks for the opportunity to win some nice prizes too.
Regards,
Anna

Michelle said...

What a cute idea! I have fabric wreaths, so it only makes sense that I use a fabric garland!

Michelle said...

I really like all of your Saturday Sampler blocks and I must get a copy of your book. I want to make quilt-inspired gifts for people without making a full quilt for everyone I know. I wish I had that kind of time and money. lol I think little quilts would be just perfect.

VickiT said...

What a great little project and one that can get the little ones involved in helping to make it. Wonderful time of the year to have them help because they love helping with anything. This would make an adorable little garland for the tree.

I love these little blog hop type things because I'm always finding new places I've never been. Your blog is one of those I've never seen so this is great because I love what I've seen so far and I just signed up for your newsletters.

Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to every one of you and your families.

Birdena said...

I love the twinkle fabric garland, what an awesome idea. email is birdena@sypatico.ca

Shirley in Canada said...

A very Merry Christmas to you & your families!

Kari said...

I just checked out your book cover on Amazon. So cute!

Cindy said...

I wish the world to be wrapped in a quilt. Merry Christmas!

Cyn said...

I am enjoying the blog hop! Very fun and cute project. :-)

Cynthia

Karen said...

Love your fun idea with the garland and lights. Thanks for the fun idea!

Joyful Quilter said...

What a great way to start off the holidays. Thank you.

Quilt Enthusiast said...

Just want to join in the Little Quilts fun.
Angel, Santas, Stars,Ninepatches, Flags and Hearts.
Just the best fun all of your designs and fabrics.
Merry Christmas, Mary Ellen, Alice and Sylvia.
Thanks for your designs to keep this kid at heart
playing, sewing and imagining.

Mary said...

I love the saying that you quoted from "It's a Wonderful Life". I put bells on my Trre every year because of that movie. Thanks for the chance to get to knwo you on this Hop!

naej95 said...

Would love to win.
Merry Christmas!
Connie F

Carol said...

Peace and happiness this holiday season!

Janet said...

Happy holiday season to you! Thanks for a chance to win.

Anonymous said...

*I love the project..what a great way to use up your scraps. Thanks.
Karen at Boogabearw@cox.net

Laura T said...

What a fun project! I have your book and loved it. This is such a fun Holiday Parade and thanks for the opportunity to participate in this fun give-a-way!
lauratawney7@gmail.com
Laura T

Lizziebeth said...

Love the free project and my Christmas wish is to win the Henry Glass Fabric Bundle.

Deb said...

I wish you love, joy, peace and patience for this holiday time. I think the fourth one is probably the one needed the most at this time of year. Thank you for the Twinkle Garland; it is really cute. I have one of your older Little Quilt patterns - Angels. I use it at least once every year for some Christmas present - tea towels, gift bag, apron, etc.

schmidt1016 said...

I have your first book! It was one of the first quilting books I ever bought. Thanks for all the inspiration.

Leslie S. in MN
esclante at comcast dot net

Karen said...

great idea for dressing up the mantle .. ours always seems to be lacking something and this might just give it that sparkle it needs! Thanks for participating in this blog hop .. it is fun so far!

Liz said...

What a fun way to collect new, simple projects for Christmas. I'M looking forward to visiting the other designer's blogs.

Janet said...

Your little quilts are fun and easy to decorate with giving a little pop of color here and there.
I follow your blog and thanks for sharing your great light and fabric garland with us - it's darling! Happy Holidays!

Nancy said...

I'm glad I found your blog-looking forward to reading it regularly!! This blog hop has gotten me into the Christmas spirit-it's so fun! I wish all of you a blessed and fun-filled Christmas season! Thanks for your Twinkle Garland pattern!

Mary said...

Oh my I love the garland. I need to print a copy of this one and save it to make with my grandchildren. They will love it!! and we'll keep it forever. My Christmas wish, oh how I wish my Dad were here with us this year to share the holiday. I lost my Dad in March of this year and I miss him terribly. I know that his spirit will be with us, and I'll see him again someday; in the meantime we'll celebrate the gifts he gave us and carry on.

qltr22 said...

Aside from the usual Peace on Earth and health for my family I will go back to a simpler time and wish for lots of SNOW on Christmas morning :) BTW, Little Quilts was one of the first quilting books I bought!

mary beth said...

Cute Cute Cut!!! OOPs!=
Quilter

Mary beth

stichnRN said...

i just love the little quilts. quick to make and give a punch in a small space.

Linda said...

Love the little quilts. Too cute!

Jane said...

The fabric garland looks beautiful...very creative as usual. Thanks!

mascanlon said...

My holiday wish is to be ready before Christmas eve!
mascanlon49 at hotmail.com

Cyndi said...

Hi Little Quilt Ladies! I am pretty new to quilting and this is the first time I've heard of you, but I love your blog and am signing up as a follower! I like the idea of using small quilts as gifts and decorating pieces, and since I'm so new at this, making a little quilt is right up my alley! Thanks for the nice project, too!

Wishing all of you and your families a warm, happy and fun Holiday Season!

XOXO,

Cyndi

BDRussell99 said...

Thanks for the chance to win!

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