Monday, December 16, 2013

Scandinavian Christmas

I finished my small version of Scandinavian Christmas by Lynette Anderson. I guess there is a reason I like primitive quilts and applique. These were small and fussy and I just couldn't help but feel like my fingers were huge and clumsy. The pattern was passed to me from a fellow blogger and I have passed it right along to another bloggger.I did some super easy machine quilting (just enough to hold the layers together) and got it bound and hung this weekend.
It is in the guest bedroom and will be enjoyed by company that comes for Christmas.



I have a few other exciting projects to share with you this week!! Well, they are exciting to me.

Have a wonderful Monday!

39 comments:

  1. Fabulous! and I love the little churn dash blocks too!

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  2. So stinking cute! Love, love, love those little reindeer. Goodness, all those Xs!

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  3. Boy... is that ever cute! I love it! I can see how all those little pieces and stitches could get kind of fiddly... but the end result looks so much worth the effort!

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  4. Wonderful, Lori. Love the colors and the floral print. Perfect!

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  5. Love all the awesome details. cute!

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  6. I think you did an awesome job - its very cute!

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  7. Very pretty!! And so kind of you to pass the pattern along!

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  8. Ohhh I love this gorgeous quilt!! I have the pattern too and the fabric to go with it!! Just need the time...!!! Thanks for the inspiration!!
    P

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  9. me gusta es precioso !!!
    buena semana

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  10. That came out really nicely, a fun piece. I was supposed to punch some of those designs, but it was just too bright for me, so had to give up;)

    Debbie

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  11. Great piece and addition to your guest room.

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  12. It's adorable! I need to create one of her designs!

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  13. I love your wall hanging, its adorable. Great fabrics also.

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  14. It looks very pretty! The embroidery is beautiful on it. Lucky guests :0)

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  15. How sensible of you just to take on a small part of this quilt. It looks super and right at home.
    Can't wait to see what your sharing this week.

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  16. That is sooo cute, Lori. Certainly worth the time and effort you put into it. Another heirloom for the family.

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  17. It's super cute! Love how whimsical it is.:)

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  18. Very cute little wall hanging. I would love to wake up to that during the holidays!

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  19. Love Lynette's designs and you certainly did it justice. Wonderful!!!

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  20. Oh its lovely, you did a great job.

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  21. That is so cute!!! I love any kind of 'animal stack' . :) the french general is perfect fabric. What is the grey fabric? Is that from french general too?

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  22. Just Adorable !! It looks so cute on your wall !

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  23. Share away! Especially if everything is as wonderful as your Scandinavian Christmas wall hanging! It looks so cute hanging below the hats!

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  24. It's so adorable. Your guest will be happy to see it.

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  25. Love Lynette Anderson designs....yours is so cute and sweet displayed with the straw hats. What a lovely welcome for guests.

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  26. Very,very, very nice. You did a wonderful job. Love the hats too. Merry Christmas.

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  27. This is such a charming little quilt. I just love it and I REALLY love your red and green quilt on the banner. You did a great job quilting it and it looks so festive!

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  28. Oh, that's one of my PIG's. Your's looks fantastic. Maybe your post will motivate me to have just a small one done next Christmas.

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  29. such lucky guests to enjoy this super fun quilt! I love the mushroom and the embroidery.

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  30. Веселый сюжет, исполнение прекрасное!

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  31. that's a wonderful piece, I love the colors, it's different with the mushrooms isn't it?
    I really love the different style of it!

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  32. Hey Lori, I love that wallhanging! Do you know what pattern it is? I would love to get a hold of it. Thanks!

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  33. I am familiar with that pattern and have never purchased it because it was a fussy sort or design. But oh so wonderful. You did it justice making a smaller version.

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