10 Days of Holiday Prep - Day 1
Welcome to Day 1 of the 10 Days of Holiday Pre Blog Hop!
Today you can visit Linda at One Quilting Circle to get some ideas of how she prepares for the Holidays. Be sure to check back each day as my fellow designers share tips, recipes, patterns and more. I'll be sharing on Day 3.
Here's who's joining the hop.
November 30 Day 1 Linda at One Quilting Circle
December 1 Day 2 Celine at Perkins Dry Goods
December 2 Day 3 Susan at The Quilt Branch
December 3 Day 4 Melissa at Big Bee Applique
December 4 Day 5 Celine at Perkins Dry Goods
December 5 Day 6 Morna at Creative Arts Professionals
December 6 Day 7 Debbie at Wendt Quilting
December 7 Day 8 Linda at One Quilting Circle
December 8 Day 9 Debbie at Wendt Quilting
December 9 Day 10 Linda at One Quilting Circle
Hope you have a wonderful holiday!
Time to get ready!
Let's be ready for the holiday season in style. Starting on November 30, a great group of quilt designers will be taking a creative look at Holiday Prep in a quilt blog hop . My day is December 2, but be sure to check in each day to get a tip, pattern or recipe from each of the designers.
Joining in the blog are:
Perkins Dry Goods
One Quilting Circle
Big Bee Applique
Creative Arts Professionals
Join us as we prepare to have some fun!
Time For a New Tree Skirt
I usually put my Christmas tree up the first week of December,
so there's plenty of time to make a new tree skirt.
I thinking that Irish Snowflake is the perfect choice.
II'll be able to see the stars under a large fresh tree - it's 60" across!
This pattern is very quick - it's only squares, rectangles and flying geese - so I can
have it ready when the tree comes in. Then I can get to decorating!
The Night Before Christmas, a smaller tree skirt, is from our
Six Halves Make a Whole group of patterns.
This looks great under a smaller artificial tree.
You just choose 6 fabrics - traditional, modern, farmhouse chic, blues, silvers -
make 8 stars are you are quickly on to decorating your tree!
Is there a new tree skirt in your decorating plans this year? What is your favorite style?
The Quilt Branch: