Hello my quilting friends!
The Minis and More Parade is today and before we get started I'd like to announce our next featured pattern and share some exciting news!
Pull out your Christmas fabrics and get ready to make one of Camille Roskelley's newest patterns with us!
This cute holiday mini is made with a charm pack and some extra fabrics.
It features nine ornaments in the mini, and in addition there are instructions for cute hanging ornaments that can be made for your tree or for display anywhere.
I'm already thinking about my fabric choices!
The timing is perfect on this one.
You can have it ready for this holiday season!
And the exciting news is, if you participate in the December Parade by making Camille's Vintage Holiday Mini and send a picture of your finished project to Sherri, or to me before the first of December you'll receive the pattern featured in our next Parade free!
So if you participate and make your Vintage Holiday Mini, you'll be ready for the next month's Parade with a free pattern.
If you've ever thought about joining us, now would be a great time.
We love to have new participants and we love to see old friends too!
If you have any questions about how to participate, don't hesitate to ask.
Karen had a busy month, but she found time to stitch up her cute mini quilt. She added an extra inch to the border and she's planning to bind it in a dark blue fabric. Karen commented that she loves how the pattern appears when the blocks are sewn together and I have to agree! This pattern is so interesting and fun. The colors that Karen used really makes her mini pop!
Hildy is always so creative with what she does with the pattern and this month is no exception. She made this gorgeous bag! So Hildy actually used the pattern twice, once for the front of the bag and once for the back. The darker flower fabric she used for the sides is gorgeous and I love that she used linen for her background. It's simply beautiful Hildy!
The rest of the Minis and More Parade is on Sherri McConnell's blog, A Quilting Life, so be sure to stop by and view the other half of the Parade.
Have a great November and thanks for watching the Parade!