To sash or not to sash, that is the question.... The pattern calls for sashing so I think I will eventually add Kona Ash sashing to make the complete quilt, though I kind of like it naked and sash-free. Regardless, my fingers are crossed that this will be a completed quilt BEFORE Christmas THIS year! This is the first Christmas quilt I have made and I think I will add a hanging sleeve so I can hang it on my living room wall which will make the cottage feel very Christmasy indeed! I'll be sure to take picture in December for you! Check out all the other blocks in the Vintage Holiday Quilt-Along group - these will be impressive quilts!!
These are two of my favourite blocks from my quilt:
I love that I picked the grey Aneela Hoey print as the bauble tops with the little circles randomly appearing on each one! I shall be be linking my efforts up to Kelby Sews for her 'My Precious QAL' linky party and fingers crossed for me on this last link-up as there are all sorts of fantabulous prizes to be won!! Thank you Kelby for the encouragement to actually USE our precious fabric!!
Ok - I'm off to work on my Sailor Mouth Swap item(s). Will also be linking to TNT Thursday for making my first Christmas quilt - yay! Have a great day!
Oh and I almost forgot to share my Zakka Little Red Bear -- I used some of my precious red and white plaid for his tummy and some blue and white for the pillow!! Here it is:
Linking to the lovely Missy Mac Creations for TGIFF. Pop over to see what everyone else has linked up!