Sunday, August 5, 2012

Think Christmas Blog Hop...and a giveaway

It's the last day of  the Think Christmas blog hop 
and the Christmas train has just stopped here....
thank you for stopping to visit.
A huge thank you to Lesley at The Cuddle Quilter and to Madame Samm
for  all their hard work for organizing and scheduling another great blog hop!!
You ladies are the best!!

I have three blocks to share with you.
...my first block is a Lynette Anderson Designs pattern called Wonky Santa Quilt.
I used Lynette Anderson's Scandinavian Christmas fabric. 
It is a 10.5 inch wonky log cabin block.  
The Santa's beard and mustache is wool, the tree is embroidered.  
Santa is machine appliqued onto a 6.5 inch square.
Santa has wool buttons and a mini yo yo on his hat.  
The tree top will have a wonky wooden star after the quilt is quilted.
1 block finished and just 8 more to make....
I made the quilt in 2011 and I am going to make another one...
as I still have enough of the same fabrics.
I will be making a wall hanging size with 9 blocks, not the 20 and a pillow to match.
...my second block is a Bird Brain Design stitchery block
...called Holiday Stitchery.
the blocks is 12.5 inches 
I added a 2.5 inch green border to make a 16" x 16" pillow.
I used homespun fabrics on tea dyed muslin and stitched with 
Valdani variegated Perle Cotton
The woodsy Santa door stop I make 15 or more years ago and
the sweet snowlady is from  Karen in Australia...the best blogging buddy!!
...and my third block is also a Bird Brain Design pattern
called Seasonal Patchwork Samplers
There is a Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter block
each block measures 10.5 inches 
I used tea dyed muslin with DMC Perle cotton #8
It will finish as a wall hanging, either 23" x 23" with the 4 season blocks in one quilt
or 4 separate 12" x 12" seasonal blocks.

I had plans for more blocks, 
I just ran out of time...
********
Now it is giveaway time......
Lynette Anderson Designs WONKY SANTA Quilt Pattern + 20 WONKY STAR Buttons
One lucky winner will receive Lynette Anderson 's Wonky Santa Quilt  pattern 
with 20 wonky wooden buttons.

This quilt would be adorable using Lynette's new Christmas line
'Christmas Fun'...I think I need some. 

Only one comment please
...tell me you are a follower, 
...where you live and 
...if you have made a 'Christmas' quilt or a 'winter' quilt.
Be sure I have a way to contact you by email.
I will draw the winner on Wednesday August 8...Good Luck

On August 5th, be inspired by boarding 
the Christmas Train and stopping to visit....

Briarside Lane
Pigtales and Quilts
Quilts From My Crayonbox
Quilt n Queen...this is me
InGa
Pattie at That Other Blog
Cliodana
Quilting, Losing and Tea
Why Knot Kwilt
Madame Samm


hugs and happy hopping
Give away closed
Sorry I'm late but I will post winner ...Friday August 10

136 comments:

Just Carol said...

A wonky Santa? Love him! And all that embroidery--wow! Thanks for sharing your blocks. I have followed you for a while (fun, fun, fun!), I live in Nevada, and I have two Dr. Seuss Christmas quilts to wrap my grandkids in. :O)

sew.darn.quilt said...

Fabulous eye candy, Santa is the best isn't he?
I've seen alot of Red Work and I like it, alot.
I live in the Saskatchewan lake lands and you betcha, last year I made a Christmas quilt/wallhanging "Winter Wonderland".
Thank you for the chance

Judith said...

Santa is sweet and the redwork is devine! Love all the blocks. Thank you for sharing and I am a follower. Thank you for sharing. Judith, Texas

lynaeve said...

I'm a follower, I'm from Oklahoma, and I have never made one but I wan t to this year

Wendy said...

Oh Pauline ... what fun! You know, by the end of this blog hop I will have enough blocks to make a Christmas quilt ... does that count :) :) You know I do believe this Montanan girl follows you every now and then too ;) Hugs to you dear lady!! Awesome job on the blocks! Your embroidery always amazes and impresses!!

Renee G said...

I follow as Renee G on gFC, live in Washington State, and haven't made a Christmas quilt yet.
rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

Diana said...

Love the redwork santa, follow you from Hemet, CA and I have a Christmas UFO that I will try to finish before this Christmas

Sunshine Girl said...

I love your redwork pieces - I havent tried those yet! Love your wonky block too - thanks for sharing.

Judy B said...

I love doing redwork for Christmas. Have made a Christmas quilt, and lots of wall hangings. The Wonky Santa is a hoot! Thanks for the great giveaway. I am a follower from Northern California

Susan said...

I'm a follower from GA and have never made a Christmas quilt BUT I have one cut out and have started working on it as of a month ago!

Heleen Groot said...

I'm a happy follower. I live in The Netherlands, so our Christmasses are typically wet and dark. Sometimes some snow..... I'm currently working on my first Christmas quilt. Thanks to all the Christmas in July-blogs and hops going around, I am now firmly invested in Christmas all year round. I would love the wonky Santa!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Great collections of blocks - thank you for sharing with us today.

Martina said...

I am a happy follower from switzerland and I made a few small quilts and a wallquilt for christmastime.
Your projects are so beautiful and I am in love with your snowman stichery, so cute!

Pauline said...

Pauline, you made great wonky Santa's, how cute they are! Your stitcheries are so nice, Bird Brain Designs do make such lovely patterns.
Love from Holland!

hueisei said...

Very beautiful redwork. I from Malaysia and follower. I never make Christmas quilt before.

Lesley said...

Your blocks are adorable! Of course that Wonky Santa is my favorite...just too cute! And your stitcheries are really awesome too! I love the train ride that you took us on! Such a generous giveaway...I am a follower and I have made many Christmas quilts in all sizes! In fact, I never have enough wall space, but have a passion to make more! Thanks so much for participating!

Laura VanVleet said...

Those santa blocks are so darn cute! I love the entire quilt!

Aurea said...

I love yur wonky santas and what a give away. I want it. I live in cape breton, nova scotia, canada. I make lots of christmas projects but haven't made a big christmas quilt yet. thanks again

Sheila said...

Beautiful Santa blocks, I love Redwork. I have made a few of Xmas wall hangings. I am a follower from the Finger Lakes area of Western New York.

QuiltSue said...

Wonky Santa is cute, but the redwork is my favourite.

Michele said...

Your blocks are great, really great and I love the wonky ones. I've been following you for a while now and I live in upstate New York, a few hours north of NYC.

Sharon said...

Hi Pauline oh I just love this quilt. I am a Santa collector and would love to win this one. Yes I have made a Christmas quilt but it has been used and loved and I need to make another one....I am a follower thank you so much for sharing and I hope you have a wonderful holiday...

Zuzan said...

I have never made a Christmas or winter quilt. Love your Santas especially the wonky one with all the handmade touches & embellishments.
The redwork holiday stitching, Pauline is good. I am a follower thank you for everything.

Kathy Gordon said...

I am a new follower. Come follow me at http://kwiltypleasures.com
I have made several Christmas quilts...my fav is a one lock wonder. Like the fun wonky Santa.

Cliodana said...

wow this quilt is georgous,love all lynette's design. thank's for the chance to win. I now follow you with bloglovin, live in trois-rivières québec and never made a christmas quilt.. but have one in progress! hope you had a nice bloghop!
nice sunday to you

Mimi said...

Love the Wonky Santas - thanks for sharing!! I am already a follower.

Barbara said...

I am a follower
I live in South Carolina
I made a Christmas quilt last year

LOVE LOVE Lynette !
Thanks for the giveaway chance
all of you and most of all Samm just did a great job of this

Fiesta said...

Your work is beautiful. Thank you for sharing today. I have made a winter quilt and a Christmas wallhanging. Thank you for the chance to win.

Sue said...

Thank you for showing us this beautiful block! I live in very hot Sarasota, FL and while I haven't made a Christmas quilt, I have made a Christmas tree skirt that is quilted. We have used it for years!

Purl Buttons said...

I have been a follower for awhile, I live in the North Georgia Mountains, and I have a Christmas quilt that is still under construction but it has only been 5 or 6 years so I still have hope.

Darla said...

Thanks for sharing your fun Santa quilt with us today. I am a Texas girl and I made a Christmas quilt (from July 30th). I have enjoyed your post. Thank you.

Linda said...

What a cute quilt!! Thank you for sharing!
Yes, I'm a follower from Texas and I have made a couple of Christmas quilts! (One was in the blog hop last week.)

Connie said...

Beautiful blocks and embroidery Pauline! I'm a follower and live in Iowa!

Cindy Staub said...

I am a new follower :)

Cindy Staub said...

Love your blocks, beautiful! I live in Minnesota... I have made several winter themed and holiday themed quilts. Making a 'Grinch' quilt next...

Sandra said...

I am a new follower and have enjoyed your site so very much. I admire your spirit and your talent. You have made the Think Chrismas blog hop so much fun with your blocks. Thank you for giving all of your followers a chance to win such a fantastic pattern. This will surely make a lovely gift. I am from Sonora, CA and I have made myself a blue and white winter quilt.

Sandi T.
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

Needled Mom said...

I love the wonky Santa quilt and your blocks are delightful.

Yes, I have a few Christmas quilts here in CA.

Mary W Quilts said...

I am a follower. I live and work in Boston, MA. I have made both a winter quilt and a Christmas quilt. My favorite is the winter quilt. It is the nine patch pizazz pattern made with polar bears, snow, and snow covered evergreen trees. Thanks for the giveaway, Mary

Karen said...

I do love all these blocks and the great combinations of stitching, applique and piecing. You still continue to blow me away with the amount of stitching and sewing you can do!!These are all wonderful Christmas blocks.

Devon said...

I'm following with google! I live in the US and I've made a few christmas placemats and wallhangings but never a whole quilt! Would love to have one though!

Gill said...

I love the wonky Santa pattern - I make a Christmas quilt each year and this pattern would be perfect!
I'm a happy follower from the UK!

Mommarock said...

I am a follower from Tx. I am currently working on a quilt that could easily be considered Christmas. It is a hexagon quilt that I have been working on for a year and a half. Hand pieced and still being hand quilted. It is red hexie flowers with yellow centers. Then a green row of "leaves" separating the rows of flowers. You'll have to see it on my blog sometime. LOL. When I finish. Someday....

MooseStash Quilting said...

Whew, they are all sooooo cute. Love the wonky Santas. Your stitcheries are beautiful too. Your sooooo right about our sweet blogging buddy Karen. I just love her. I have made at least a dozen Christmas quilts, and keep finding patterns for more and more to do. Just how many laps can I cover???? :-) I'm a follower (of course) and I live in Denver Colorado! Thanks for a great post!

jmniffer said...

Love the wonky Santas! I am a new follower, I live in Minnesota and I've yet to make a Christmas quilt although I am gathering supplies for a Christmas button wall hanging. Thanks for sharing.

Lyn said...

I am a follower from so. CA. I have only one Christmas quilt. I really love it. Thanks for being part of the hop!

patchouli moon studio said...

Very nice blocks. I like Bird Brain Designs too. I also like wonky quilts.

Ariane said...

I love your blocks!! They are gorgeous!! I'm a follower. I do have little Christmas wall hangings that I have made. I don't have a big quilt yet. But I hope to make one soon.

Abbigail said...

I like your redwork blocks. They are so cute and can be used in so many ways. But I really love the wonky Santa! Good job on it! I live in western Ky. I'm a new follower! I have a bright hope quilt done in Christmas colors that comes out in Dec. and Jan. of every year.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Your house must be spectacular at Christmas Pauline! I am a follower and I did make a Christmas quilt called Geese in the Forrest a few years ago.

Zuzan said...

Hi Pauline, in my comment 23 I didn't mention that I live in South Australia in the hills near the capital Adelaide. Victoria is a state next to us. And I have been to Gippsland.
We're usually swimming or keeping cool at Christmas.

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Oh Pauline, What can I say, you know how much I love your work. I must have a thing for snowmen as I always love your redwork and the last block is just too cute!

BizyStitches said...

Love you quilt block parade. The quilt is really cute. I have made a Christmas quilt b/4. I will be a happy follower. I live in central Kansas USA

Linda K said...

Happy to find your blog this morning. I'm now a follower from the state of Georgia! Love your Bird Brain Design block. I've just finished a different Santa design from Bird Brain. Every year I make at least one Christmas quilt, can't ever have enough. Thanks for the chance to win!!

Liz - Moments said...

Great Santa quilt ! I love the stitched blocks !
Also congratulations to the Honourable mention!!
I live in Germany and yes i have made a Christmas quilt...Christmas is my favourite time of year

quiltma said...

I am a follower. I would love to win. I am from Illinois and I have made a winter quilt top, not yet quilted but on my UFO list.

Jan said...

Love Christmas quilts and have made several. Living in the foothills of the Cascade mountains in Washington State, we usually have a white Christmas. Love the Santa quilt.

MaryBeth said...

I'm a new follower and really like your cute blocks. I live in Maryland and would love to win your giveaway. I have yet to make a Christmas quilt, but this year my friend in Texas invited me to join a block exchange. I made 12 flying geese blocks in red, white, and green and finished them in time for her visit in July. Can't wait to see what the other 11 quilters make!!

Lisa Marie said...

I am a follower, I live in Kentucky, and my very first quilt was a Christmas tree wallhanging.

Tricia said...

Hiya Pauline!!!!

Long time Lurker has become a new follower. You always have such interesting blogs and eye candy.

Thank you for the chance at your pretty Wonky Santas.

Sincerely,
Tricia

Tricia said...

Hello Pauline.

I live in the village of Barryton, Michigan. I have to admit the it's only really been in the last 2 or 3 years that I have actually been quilting. So even though I haven't made a Christmas quilt per say, I did pattern test a Santa themed appliqued wallhanging. But I would love to make one for our little cottage and this pattern could be just the thing. I love the Redwork that you did!!! Very NICE!! I'm a Huge fan of Redwork whatever the color is. Thanks for sharing the wonderful eye-candy and the chance to win your adorable Santas.

Sincerely,
Tricia

MoeWest said...

Your projects are wonderful. Bird Brain Designs patterns are among my favourites. I'm a follower and I live in Calgary. I've made one Christmas quilt but I want to make one for each bed.

Rosa said...

Your projects are awesome!!.I`m a follower and live in Spain.I`ve made a runners and wallhanging and lapp quilt.Thanks for the chance to win thiese lovrly Santa!

Kimberly Cassie said...

I love your Santa's! Thanks for sharing! I'm a new follower from TN working on my first holiday inspired quilt.

Cecilia said...

I love your projects! I'm a follower and I live in Georgia. I have 2 Christmas table toppers, and I hope to make a Christmas quilt soon. This pattern would make a great Christmas quilt for me. Thanks for the chance to win.

Joyce Carter said...

I love your blocks, especially the embroidered ones. I really like to do embroidery. I am a follower from N.E. Georgia. I haven't done any Christmas Quilts, but I have made small items such as candle mats and potholders for presents. Thanks for sharing and thank you for the great giveaway.

pinsandneedles said...

Love your embroidered blocks, my favorite is the winter season block! I'm a follower and I live in Chicagoland. I have made several Christmas/winter quilts...a couple as gifts. Thanks for sharing!

Barbara Woods said...

i am a follower

krislovesfabric said...

Your blocks are all wonderful, thanks for sharing them :) from a happy follower in Indiana :)

deborah said...

Love, love your wonky Santa quilt!!!
I am a follower (new), live in Glen Burnie, MD (between Baltimore and DC)and have made a few Christmas quilts. One was a redwork with various red and white pinwheel blocks bordering it. The other a rail fence...one of the 1st I made. I just finished a Santa bolster pillow (using the same method I shared on my blog hop day...they're just adoreable!!!

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle said...

I am a follower. Your Santa quilt is terrific. Love the details in your redwork blocks too. Congrats on the honorable mention. I'm a new quilter ( wantobe of Mdm Samm's), so no winter quilt yet, but hopefully this year.
I live just south of Houston.
Thanks for sharing and the opportunity to win.

tink's mom said...

Love the quilt and love the stitchery, you definetly earned the honorable mention of the day. Congrats.

ritainalaska said...

great quilt! good stitching! have made 'winter' quilts, but no christmassy ones yet. looking forward to do so. thanx for the opportunity to win a great pattern and embellishing buttons. i'm a follower, living in beautiful downtown seward, alaska.

Susan said...

I am a follower, I live in southern california and i have two christmas quilts in progress. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

Mary said...

Hello! I am a new follower, I live in mid-Missouri, and I have made several Christmas quilts. My favorite was made from a Bunny Hill pattern.
Your quilts are all gorgeous. Thanks for a chance to win.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Oh Pauline I have some serious 'pattern envy' going on here! LOL I love your Santa blocks, and the stitched blocks are just adorable!! I'm a very happy follower~ I love to see what you are up to! I'm in WA and I have a Christmas quilt that is is made from swap blocks~ I want to make more! Just need some t i m e!! ;-) Thanks for the chance!!

becky said...

I am a follower I love all the new sites found during the hop.I've made a christmas quilt for my family,my mom andI donate a few to nursing homes.Thank-you for your give away.Becky
derry04@yahoo.com

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Sou seguidora e Brasileira,parabéns por seu trabalho.Já fiz uma colcha de solteiro para uma prima.Obrigada pela chance.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Sandy D said...

I am a follower from Canada.I have made several Christmas Quilts. One is as if you are looking out a window at a winter scene it was a pattern and kit I sent for through someone in Alaska.A couple of my daughters want it some day.Oh Dear who do I give it to.

Cherry's Prairie Primitives said...

Loved that quilt!! The Santa block pillow is to cute!!

Carrie P. said...

I am a follower.
What a fun blocks. Congrats on being featured on sewwequilt with your great little pillow.
I live in North Carolina and I have made a several Christmas quilts.

Ruth Ann said...

I just became a follower by email. I live in Texas. I made a Christmas quilt that I finished last year and entered in our county fair and it won a blue ribbon.

Linda said...

HELLO! ALREADY FOLLOW YOU VIA GFC!
CONGRATS ON PUBLISHING OF A NEAT LITTLE PILLOW!
I'M QUILTING AWAY HERE IN MONTANA+SIMPLY LOVE ALL YOUR PROJECTS! I'M WORKING ON SOME REDWORK TOO! WHAT A NICE GIVEAWAY TOO>THANKS FOR A CHANCE TO WIN!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Jessisca Lenderman said...

Wonky Santa seem to be fun : ) and I am so inspired to make one. I am a follower : ) I live in East Texas. Yes I have one unfinished Christmas quilt will have it ready for Christmas this year : )

AlessandraLace said...

thank you for sharing. lovely blocks. hugs

Linda said...

Love your Wonky Santas What a great quilt! I love it I made a Quilt along Christmas Quilt last year and I have to get it quilted for this year. Thanks.

Nellie Duclos said...

Pauline- Your blocks are great and since I am into embroidery, I particularly love the embroidered ones. Where did you get that cute hangar with the two trees and the building(as church?)? I have a small Christmas quilt that i made when I was teaching with the help of my students, but for the life of me I can't remember anymore about it! That's because it's been in my attic as we haven't decorated since my mother died at Christmas. Maybe this will be the year we get out the decorations and resume displaying them. Thanks for the opportunity to win .

Janet said...

All your blocks are very sweet - and a lot of work. I can see why you didn't have time for more! I am a follower. I live in the Yukon in Canada. I have a couple of Christmas quilts on the go but they are moving along slowly. Thanks for a chance to win.

Thearica said...

Yes, enquiring minds would like the location of that little hanger??? Please...

Loved your post and all the eye candy!

maggie said...

I am a follower of your blog and I love all of your blocks. I love the redwork. I have made 2 Christmas quilts and I am working on another in Redwork.
Thanks for sharing,
Cheers
maggie

quiltmom said...

Hi Pauline, I love your Lynette Jennings quilt- the wonky strips just set him off perfectly. I have made a Christmas poinsettia quilt and another that has Christmas colors that is a wedding ring quilt.
I have not done much applique so your quilt would be a stretch for me. I do have a tree quilt going that is a pieces of the heart pattern by Sandy Gervais.
There are so many great blocks and designs to inspire on the blog hop. It has been great fun.
Regards from Western Canada,
Anna

Wivi said...

I'm a follower.
I have not made a large Christmas quilt, just a small thing to hang on the wall.

Sharon Dawn said...

Love, love your Santa's and colors!! Thanks for sharing them!

sandra said...

Hi Pauline I am your follower from Stratford and love your blog. Love all of your blocks I really need to do some redwork it is so cute. Thanks for sharing with us.

Marla Nelson said...

Glad to find your sight. I am a follower now. Just new to blogging and with work taking a little time to find these beautiful sights. I live in Hopewell Cape NB near the worlds largest flower shops. Thanks for the try to win this beautiful prize.

StitchinByTheLake said...

As usual Pauline I love everything you do. :) The Holiday Stitchery is perfect...the borders you added to make the pillow add the perfect touch. I love Lynette Anderson's patterns and fabric...would love to win! I am a long time follower, live in Arkansas and have made 3 Christmas quilts. blessings, marlene

Karen ~ Briarside Lane said...

Wonderful blocks and stitcheries, Pauline. Thanks for hopping along with us for Think Christmas.
I am a follower from TX, and I have made several Christmas quilts.

bets said...

I am a follower and live in S. Utah in the winter, MN in th summer! I have made several Xmas quilts, lots of table runners for Xmas gifts, and Xmas wall hangings too. I m currently making another runner for??? Fun! Love love yours and hope I win! Thanks

Sally said...

I'd love a copy of the pattern, how cool. Yep, made lots of Christmas Quilts (and working on a couple right now) but figure that you can never have enough, to decorate with and to share!

Patty D from NC said...

Love the blocks and your santas. Thanks for a chance to win

Nancy Biggs said...

Love all of your contributions! I live in West Tennessee, and thanks for a chance to win! I really need that pattern. I've made 3 or 4 Christmas quilts including 12 Old World Santas in redwork for the months of the year, a 3-year project.

KatieQ said...

I love your wonky Santa quilt. I really like your redwork blocks. I do not have a winter or Christmas quilt, but I like the blocks I made for the Christmas blog hop so much, that I plan on making more of them so I can have a wall hanging and a lap quilt .
I am a follower.

Lisa Cox said...

I've not done a winter or Christmas quilt, but I'd love to try one! I have tons of holiday fabrics and keep seeing all the new gorgeous ones coming out that I want.
I am a very happy follower.
I live in Hale, Missouri.

Mom C said...

New follower, live in So. Utah, I've made a bunch of holiday quilts and gave them all away. I have a Santa blanket and my DIL made me a Santa quilt that goes on my bed in November and stays until it's warm enough to not need the extra quilt on the bed. Love Santas and wonky log cabins. Thanks.

Linda said...

Yes, I follow you, I'm from Texas and have made lots of Christmas quilts and projects. Lots still to do. I love all of your projects. Your quilt is great and your stitcheries are so cute too. Thanks for the chance to win that pattern.

Dottie said...

I am a new follower from Maryland. My last three quilts were made within a 6 months of each other. Two were King size quilts for my children and the third was for my first granddaughter, that one was a minuature of her mothers. Oh my that has been over 10 years ago. I have the material for my quilt but it is still packed away along with the pattern that I want to use. I guess you could say all the quilts that I have made are winter quilts (heavy) the way my Grandmother had taught me to make them. I love looking at all the blogs and designs out there just amazes me of all the talent.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I am a follower from New Brunswick,Canada. I have made small Christmas quilts and runners and tree shirts....wallhangings. Thanks for a great giveaway and sharing your blocks.

Emily C said...

OOOO, I just love those buttons. Awesome choice for a giveaway. Can't wait to get started on the pattern.

Kathy H said...

I love those santas. I am a follower and have made several Christmas quilts. My favorite is a snowmen stitchery quilt.

Rhonda D. said...

I love your blocks! I am a happy follower. I am from southeast Missouri. I have never made a
Christmas quilt, although I have made small quilted projects: ornaments, postcards, mug rugs. Thanks for the chance to win!

wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Jodi - usairdoll said...

Oh I love your Wonky Santa quilt! I love to collect different Santas. Your embroidery is beautiful. I'm embroidering a winter quilt now. It has snowmen and birds on it. My goal is this Christmas but for sure by next, it will be done. I'm living in California but I call Alaska home as that's where I grew up. I don't really have a special holiday food. When I was growing up my Dad and Mom would make fruit cake. It was the best!

Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win an awesome pattern.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Jodi - usairdoll said...

Opps.. Sorry, forgot to say that I am a follower.

Kathy said...

I Love the Wonky Santa. I have never made a winter or Christmas Quilt and it is high time that changes. I'm a new follower.

Farm Quilter said...

I live in eastern Washington, I am a follower and I have 6 Christmas quilt tops made that I need to quilt for gifts this Christmas! I collect Santas and I love your quilt!!!

Judy1522 said...

I am a follower I live in Oregon and I have not made a Christmas quilt but it is on my list of quilts I want to make.

Sheila said...

Gorgeous work , love all your embroidery !The wonky Santa is so cute . I made a winter quilt last year a BOM from the Fat Cat co. and gave it to my son and his family . I am a follower. Thanks for the chance.

Ruth said...

I live inTexas and I made Bonnie Hunter's mystery Christmas quilt in 2009.

Mike Pearson said...

I'm following you from New Jersey, USA :) I've never made a christmas quilt, but I am planning on it this year!

Karen said...

Pauline, Just love the Wonky Christmas Quilt!! It came out beautifully !

I am a (new) follower ! Came from Connie's Quilting by the River link.

I live in Upstate NY and vacation on the Finger Lakes..

I have made many holiday table toppers and wall hangings for my adult daughters... and a couple flannel quilts for me !

I collect Santa's so I would LOVE to make the Wonky quilt.

PS -- Love your two fabric binding tutorial!

Cheers!
Karen

Margaret said...

Hi, I am a new follower. I live in Falmouth, Michigan. And I made a wack 'n stack quilt using left over Christmas fabric. It is so ugly my girls call it the Santa upchucked quilt.

Lv2sew2011 said...

Only one comment please
...tell me you are a follower, (I am!)new
...where you live (Moore, Oklahoma) and
...if you have made a 'Christmas' quilt (yes for my Stepson and his wife) 'winter' quilt.

Wonderful Blocks thanks so much for sharing your work with the rest of us! And thanks for the giveaway!

aiah23 said...

Pauline, I follow your blog via email, what lovely projects! These are gorgeous. I live in Albuquerque, NM and I have not made a Christmas quilt yet although I have made a Christmas quilted table runner.

Mrs.Pickles said...

lovely work!! thanks for sharing!

Marcia W. said...

from Trenton, FL, USA - have not made a Christmas or Winter quilt, though quilted a small panel as a tablerunner. I follow your blog too. Wonky Santa is a fun block and quilt. Thanks for the chance!

Bonnie58 said...

I'm a happy new follower. Love the stitchery. They are great. I have not made my Christmas quilt yet, but it is on the to-do list.......
bonnielarson58@gmail.com

Deonn @ Quiltscapes said...

from Utah, USA. Those are the sweetest Santas! I've made a Christmas quilt - it's still waiting to be quilted, however... I happily follow, and thanks for sharing all your Christmas treasures.

Christa said...

Hey, Pauline.....yes, I'm a follower; I live in Plymouth, Michigan, and, yes, I have made a Christmas quilt....even have it quilted and bound. I probably have two or three in my quilts to practice on when I get my long-arm machine. And I have at least a dozen in the planning stages. :)

Maria Kievit said...

Am a follower, live in Wainfleet, Ontario, and I don't think I've made a Christmas quilt yet. Wallhangings some, and a treeskirt, but not yet a quilt. Thanks for sharing and the giveaway.

DianneB said...

I live in Kelowna, British Columbia. And I LOVE Christmas, I've made a red, green and cream log cabin quilt, a Christmas table topper and two Advent calendars for my girls. Would love to win the pattern, your quilt is gorgeous. Becoming a follower!

Anonymous said...

I have STARTED lots of Christmas quilts. I have PLANNED many more! I have completed --- ZERO! But I love to dream! I live in Mlwaukee,WI and I love the wonky santa pattern. Another dream!!! Thank you!!
Mary Malone
mary and russ at wi dot rr dot com

Carolyn in Kentucky said...

I love your Christmas projects. I have made several Christmas stitchery gifts and ornaments. I live in Greenup, KY. Please enter me in your giveaway.

Anonymous said...

I have never made a Christmas quilt a couple of Christmas stockings have made it to completion and given as gifts. I live in Easton, Pa. Just found your blog and am loving what I see. Loretta

InGa said...

You made so very beautiful blocks, and all of them very different. I'm a new follower, and like to be a part of your give-away.
Regards from Skåne, Sweden

Jamie Leigh Martin said...

Portland, Oregon. New follower via GFC. I own a Christmas quilt, but have never made one yet!

Sallie said...

I'm a follower from TX and have made a red, green and white Lover's Knot quilt that I gave to my parents for Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway!

Josie McRazie said...

I am a follower from IL. I have not yet made a Christmas quilt. I have one my Mother made (But it stays out all year! LOL)

Yarni Gras! said...

your projects are amazing. I made Christmas ornaments and a monthly gift to try and get ahead of the curve ball! Thanks for the giveaway!

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