Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Fabulous Fabric Tuesday!

Fabulous Fabric Tuesday is back!
First one in 2013!

Let's jump right in, these were some great projects linked up right before Christmas!

Brights Christmas Quilt from the fabulous Diary of a Quilter

Christmas Quilt from a smidgen of joy

Swoon Quilt from gemini stitches

 going hexie from Handmade by Kristy

Christmas Vintage Holiday Quilt from Cup of Tea and a Slice of Cake

Amazing projects!  I have a Christmas quilt top in the process and this inspires me to finish!!  Before next Christmas hopefully!  I actually kept several things out of my Christmas bins to finish early this year and then store.  I always think "I'll get to it next year."  Yeah right!  When I pull out my storage the day after Thanksgiving...uh there is no way I'll pick up a random project at that point.  Wish me luck :)

Your turn!
Fabric Tuesday #117
simply said; link any project(s) you've created using fabric (doesn't have to be sewn but it can be). Try to be recent (within the last couple weeks-ish), link as many as you'd like and please link back to us somewhere in your post!  (there are buttons on our sidebar if that's easier for you!)
Can't wait to see!



Dee said...

Thanks for sharing such lovely quilts! I love the colors and the Swoon quilt is especially a favorite!

Thanks for hosting! and good luck with planning ahead for next Christmas!

Susie at ProsperityStuff said...

Beautiful! Those first two Christmas quilts have me wanting to sew another Christmas quilt! And those hexagons have me remembering my neglected English Paper Piecing! Lovely inspiration! Thanks!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Your quilts are stunning!

Jo said...

Wow they are lovely quilts. Good Luck with your projects!


Thanks for featuring my christmas quilt, I bought the swoon pattern at christmas and I am planning on making that this year, its a beautiful quilt.

CathyK said...

Love those quilts!! Good luck on those projects!!

Kirsten said...

Lovely quilts - thank you so much for featuring my Swoon quilt!

Andrew Bynumm said...

You're right, fabulous IS the right word it all. And having worked on Digital Printing Fabric, it gives me more ideas of how you guys have accomplished this sort of work. It is just simply amazing to witness all the progress.

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