Monday, November 8, 2010

Seasons Greetings



The sight of scraps in reds&greens is a sure sign that the Holiday Season is upon us....I love celebrating with homemade gifts and homecooked treats....our family has for several years exchanged handmade gifts with each other, these are not only from the hand&heart but definitely unique in their individuality....
                  Very Merry Christmas to you & yours all the year through....

29 comments:

LibbiesHome said...

I love this little quilt! Thanks so much for sharing the pattern, the recipe for the sugar cookies, and your holiday traditions. (m&m's are my favorite too!) Thanks again!

Ann said...

Cheri, Thanks for another great pattern! I'm working on Soots and Ashes, but I'm not as speedy as you. I've got to get moving - I want to make this one too. ~Ann

Kathy B. said...

You have always created the most unique and wonderful designs. (I have many painting books and cloth doll patterns designed by you that I still use!) Thank you for sharing this special creation, along with your family traditions - love the mint M&Ms!

Shakerwood said...

Just yummy, Cheri! This should be easy to do. Maybe I'll have it finished before Christmas!

Maggey and Jim said...

Thanks for a great design.. I love your work and appreciate all the detail.. Have a glorious Christmas
Maggey

Country Prims said...

Thanks so much for such a lovely pattern-love Christmas colours and love this little quilt:)

Thanks for sharing your Christmas tradition and your yummy recipe:))

Blessings, Shazy x

Lori said...

Thank you for the pattern. I love hearing about other family holiday traditions!!

WoolenSails said...

This would be a fun piece to do and change around.
I do have your two older books with christmas designs, so lots of great appliques to add on.

Debbie

Vicki said...

Thanks so much for sharing your cute little holiday quilt. And it wouldn't be Christmas without sugar cookies. Thank you for participating in the blog hop.

primitivebettys said...

Oh it is so lovely! Thank you! And I'm drooling for a sugar cookie now too! :)

Wendy said...

Thanks for an awesome pattern, I can't wait to get started on this one as well. I love Christmas baking and the cookies are tempting me too early.

sharon said...

Thanks for sharing your beautiful quilt pattern! Love your blog! Found you thru Brenda!

I adore the doll in your blog header!

Stina said...

Love it and a very merry holiday to you from Sweden.. where snow have come and its cold... thanks for warming me up with your lovely pattern..:O))

Robyn said...

The little quilt pattern is lovely, may I ask where the list of fabric etc..... are as I couldn't find them ???

SueB said...

That little quilt is just wonderful. I will be making that tomorrow. And the sugar cookies are also good looking. I alwasy make a batch of sugar cookies.

anneke said...

Love this little quilt. Thanks for giving us this beautiful design. It's truly a gift of the christmasspirit...

Quilts And Pieces said...

I love making homemade quilty things for my friends and family for xmas also! I have another project to add to my list now!

Karin E said...

This is really cute.. love your touch with the over layment of the wool and embroidery.
Thanks

Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims said...

Love it Cherie,
Homemade gifts are fun to give and so appreciated. This quilt can be personlized for each person. Thank you for sharing.
Now on to your cookie recipe, yum!

Karen said...

Thanks Cheri for the wonderful pattern. It looks like a lot of fun to make, and will make a nice Christmas gift. Thanks too for the sugar cookie recipe. Sugar cookies are my favorite cookie to make for Christmas. Thanks, Karen

Diane Emanuelson said...

i was`wondering if there's a pattern for the snowman wallhanging I saw on another blog. the chicken is hanging in front of it. Kinda of a mosaic snowman. thanks. I want to make it for the holidays. Diane

merumo said...

Thanks Cheri for a lovely project. I just finished the quilt top and will quilt later today. I love your quilts with primitive look a lot, but it is not easy to give it to mine...

Jeanette said...

Thanks so much for the adorable quilt pattern. I LOVE all of your patterns and wanted to start it the day you posted. Too bad I have other projects to do... Hopefully I can make it and finish Soots and Ashes soon (And get started on Folkart Gatherings) :-)

Juliann said...

My version is not quite as prim as yours but it was so fun to stitch. Thanks for a lovely pattern.

Darlene B said...

I think I just commented on the wrong date's blog entry.....anyway, thanks for the cookie recipe and the sharing of your holiday traditions! dsb448@att.net

Elly D said...

This is such a cute quilt. Thank you :)

~Marica~ said...

Thanks for the lovely pattern :)

QuiltSue said...

Cute pattern, thank you.

gmp said...

Love the primitive look of your little project. Thank you for sharing this and the recipe too. Merry Christmas.