Monday, July 11, 2011

Christmas in July at Keepsake Quilting, Win My Book!

You can purchase this kit at Keepsake Quilting. It is my Star and Holly quilt, and it features my Joy, Love, Peace, Noel fabric line for Henry Glass Fabrics. The folks at Keepsake put the sample quilt together- didn't it come out pretty??? It's a great time to start Christmas and holiday projects- give yourself plenty of time, so you can enjoy the process! And with the hot, humid weather we've been having here on the east coast, I am already dreaming of a white Christmas....

The Joy, Love, Peace, Noel fabric is now available on my website. Also, I am releasing 2 new patterns for the line.

First- Winter Friends Quilt:

In addition to the pieced star block, this quilt features 7 different embroidered blocks- the embroidery designs match the little animals in the fabric. There is also a fabric kit available on my website- start your project right away...

The second pattern is called Joy, Love, Peace, Noel (for obvious reasons...) It includes a pattern for a square table topper and a wall hanging. I really like the scallops at the bottom of the wall hanging- very fun and whimsical!

There is a fabric kit for the Joy, Love, Peace, Noel Pattern, too, just click here.

Also available, Fat Quarter Bundles, and the coordinating fabric panel and Christmas stocking panel.


You still have a couple more days to enter the giveaway for my new book, Fruitful Hands. Click here to enter!
 Remember to stay tuned here for the winner on Wednesday.....


  1. I love the table-topper and the banner with the scalloped edge! I know what I want for Christmas this year.........I want more time so I can sew all the fun things I have on my "to do" list. LOL!

  2. Adorable quilt w/ the embroidered blocks. thanks for the peek :)

  3. Wonderful quilts and beautiful fabrics. I love going to keepsake, hopefully I can get up to NH this year.


  4. We love the wall hanging and plan on ordering the pattern. The whole fabric line is absolutely adoreable.

  5. those are wonderful! My mom lives just down the road from that quilt shop , yet i have not made it there yet! I guess the 3-6000 miles i have lived from it are what make it a bit difficult :)



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