Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Happy Holidays!

I have finished up a few little handmade items and I think all my holiday sewing is done. Hurray!  
Now I can relax the rest of the week!




I made this table runner for one of my sisters. I gave it to her shortly after Thanksgiving so she can enjoy it this season.




I also made a similar one for a swap gift with some quilty friends.
I guess I didn't get a picture of it after I quilted it. 







I stitched up these pretty pot holders and towels for a gift. I cut into my cherished Maureen Cracknell fabric but I think they worked perfectly.







I also made another set of potholders from some silly dancing vegetable fabrics. 



I really like these pot holders. They were inspired by this tutorial.  As I have shared before, I don't like to quilt through my Insul-brite so I pre-quilted my fabric to  a scrap of batting then assembled all the layers between binding. I have a set planned for my own kitchen.



This will probably be my last post before Christmas.  I wish those who celebrate a lovely holiday!
Merry Christmas!



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17 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas Cynthia. Love those tablerunners. Thanks for the link for the potholders-have promised to make some for my sister and this pattern fits the request.

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  2. Merry Christmas! I think that gifting holiday items at or just after Thanksgiving is a great idea. :)

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  3. You made beautiful items. Love the Joy Table Runners. Merry Christmas Cynthia. Hugs

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  4. Merry Christmas! Love your gifts - all very attractive. Don't you have a great sense of accomplishment?! :)

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  5. Wishing you a happy and peaceful Christmas Cynthia:))

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  6. Merry Christmas~~ ENJOY your time off....

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  7. I don't like to do excessive stitching through Insul-brite, either,so usually stitch a large 'x'to secure the layers. Love both table toppers!!!! Blessings and hugs to you!!!!!

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  8. Love your table runners, but I'm also interested in the pot holders! Mine are so old and nasty; I definitely need to make some new ones. Thanks for the link to see hw you made them! Merry Christmas!

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  9. Merry Christmas to you and your family! Enjoy your time off!

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  10. Merry Christmas!
    I just used Insul-brite for the first time, and I'm very glad I decided not to try to quilt through it...
    Love your runners and potholders! (I need to go check out that tutorial now!)

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  11. Absolutely LOVE that "Joy" tablerunner! It would look great under my "Joy" painted wine bottles, just sayin' :-) Merry Christmas Cynthia!

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  12. What a wonderful home made Christmas with lots of love in every stitch. Merry Christmas!

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  13. That potholder pattern is the greatest. Made 26 of them for quilt friends this year and will have to make more for next Christmas. Love the matching towels. I did quilt through the Insulbright so I'll have to find out why you don't quilt through it. Merry Christmas

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  14. Merry Christmas! I love the runners.

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  15. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Your projects here are super cute.

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