Holiday sewing

I’m not a huge fan of early holiday decorating. For my own house I usually stick to a pretty strict Saturday after Thanksgiving rule. However, holiday sewing is a totally different story. With holiday sewing you pretty much have to start early if you want anything finished by Christmas.

I’ve spent the last week working in my off time (5:45 in the morning for 10 minutes) to get a Mini Quick Curve pattern put together. This pattern is from Mini Wonderful Curves by Jenny Pedigo and Helen Robinson. This is the second quilt I’ve made from the book, my last blog post had a quilt from the book too.

I love seeing the trimming pile!

I was able to make the whole quilt top from my stash which is always a huge win in my world! I’m quite pleased with how it turned out.

The Giving Tree

I have to say, with everything that’s been going on, and let me tell you, it’s be a hard hard year, it feels so good to be sewing and quilting again.

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4 Responses to Holiday sewing

  1. Susan the Farm Quilter says:

    Your tree is great!!! Love those curves!! A quilt from stash is a total win!!!

  2. Susan says:

    Scraps of fabric + scraps of time = a wonderful top! Congratulations on getting it made.

  3. Beth T. says:

    Pretty quilt, and it will be an annual reminder that something good came from this year. Plus, I’m always happy when I can make more than one quilt from each book. Way to go!

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