Sunday, November 14, 2010

♫♪ “Let it Sew, Let it Sew…Let it Sew”♫♪

My goal for yesterday’s Christmas Sew-A-Long was to get my little wall hanging quilted…well I ran out of steam…it just didn’t happen!!  The wool carrot noses, eyes and mouth dots just took too darn long to hand stitch…BUT I did get the quilting started and I’ll have no problems finishing it today…YEAH!!   P1100578 P1100580   It’s going to be dang cute!!

The pattern is called ‘Let it Snow’ by Farmhouse Threads.  They have lots of gorgeous patterns…check it out here!

Thanks Sue and Cathi for hosting another great Christmas Sew-a-Long!  Hop over to Sue’s and see what everyone made…

It just dawned on me… only one more Sew-a-Long to go before Christmas!  I’m going to have to put the pedal to the metal! 

Have a Super Sunday and Happy Quilting!~P

26 comments:

  1. That is so sweet!! I understand about the little wool things...they do take a lot of time! Go girl on quilting today...can't wait to see it finished.

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  2. Oh it's looking so great!! Can't wait to see it all done.

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  3. I would find it hard to sew on the pieces, after the quilt is together. I usually do my blocks first, then sew the quilt together, but I guess this pattern has to be done the other way. I have added wool onto projects after I made them. That is one good thing, you can sew wool on without going through both layers.

    Debbie

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  4. Your quilt is very cute. Keep the peddle to the metal and you will be finished in no time.

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  5. sooo cute! with a quilt like that i wouldn't mind a blizzard :)
    happy quilting,
    julia

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  6. I can find a snowman candle mat but not what you are making. Yours is so cute.

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  7. It is looking great! I'm sure you will have it all finished in time for the holidays...Nice work!

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  8. Would you like the good news or the bad first?

    The good news, is that your quilt is going to look gorgeous, and it's nearly finished.

    The bad news? I wasn't planning on holding a Quiltalong day in December. I didn't think people would want one. Perhaps I should take a vote or re-think it?

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  9. I was going to wait for Sue to tell you that we weren't going to do the Quilt-a-long in December! LOL But there is no reason we can't just all sew for Christmas that Saturday anyway!!

    I checked the website and like Karen, the "Let It Snow" is only available in the candle mat. But on the "Pattern Updates" page it says there is a correction for the "Let It Snow" pattern that was purchased at the Long Beach Quilt Festival. Was that where you bought it?

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  10. So cute1 I can't wait to see it finished.

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  11. Awe...it's so cute! I'm in love. =)

    Can't wait to see the entire finished product!

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  12. You ARE right, dang cute! I especially love their noses! You're almost done! In the home stretch, I always feel things move so much faster once the basting is done because pin basting is not my fave!

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  13. Ok Ok. I ordered the pattern :) I have so loved this as you have been working on it. I think it will be my January project. For those who couldn't find it:#906 Let it Snow
    27" X 33" quilt
    Pattern - $8.00
    Scroll down pass all the candle mats and the pattern is there.
    Thanks for sharing this great pattern!

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  14. You are so right...it is going to be so stinking cute!!!

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  15. I ordered a pattern from Farmhouse Threads and they sent me Let is Snow by mistake. I fell in love with that pattern but don't applique, so I passed the pattern on to a friend. She finished hers just this month, it's as cute as yours. Perfect timing on your finish.

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  16. That is so adorable. Nothing like a Christmas project to get one in the mood for the upcoming season!

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  17. What a fun quilt and one that can be up in January too! Hope you get it finished soon!

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  18. Thanks for your post "Let is Sew." The time does seem to be running out, doesn't it? Christmas is almost here!

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