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July 17, 2017


Barbara Anne

Love this festive holiday village and applaud your speed piecing! Well done!

Christmas?? YIKES!


Mary Kastner

I saw this on Carrie's blog the other day. It is so cute. I have this house pattern of her's and last year I made a Halloween house wall quilt. I swear I could have kept making these forever. it is so dang cute and I only wish it was bigger! So fun! You did a great job.



I love this pattern by Carrie and downloaded it last week but didn't make it yet. Love your Christmas version and you are so lucky to still have these fabrics.


That's such a cute pattern! I'll have to check out her blog & download it 'just in case!' That Sara is one lucky lady to have a mom who makes her quilts & seasonal runners!

Sharon Tucker

I started talking about Christmas dinner and all the family travel plans just yesterday. Plus i'm working on a redwork snowman stitchery...and I just bound a Christmas quilt that had been in the works for several years, so I totally get this post. Such a cute pattern and yes, this is a great fabric collection for this!


How fun that you still had the fabric stashed away. The topper turned out fantastic! Have a great day!

Linda Smith

I saw this pattern a couple of days ago and like it so much that I downloaded it. I can see doing this pattern in fall fabric, too.


It definitely is Christmas in July at your house and the village. It will seem nice to have that done and ready for the holidays.


Super cute! I like the idea of a Halloween house topper.

Denise in PA

This is hands-down my favorite Christmas line ever! I wish they'd reprint it. I display a Christmas quilt made with this line every year in my office and everyone wants one! I have a very little bit left that I am hoarding - LOL!

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