Here are a few of my Christmas quilts:
Let's start with the oldest...the Christmas stockings I made my kids a few years ago:
Next is a Christmas "Magic Tile" quilt which I have now sold. So glad I got a photo of it before it went.
This one was a gift for my niece few years back. It was a 'cheater' panel with chenille borders and red cornerstones in quilting cotton:
This one is also a few years old and was also gifted. The pattern is called "Warm Wishes"
This next one is a Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt from a few years ago called "Carolina Christmas". I can't remember which of her the books the pattern ended up in but I modified it only slightly by breaking up the squares with some sashing. This one is king sized and lives on our bed during the Christmas season:
Closeup of the quilting which is now nice and krinkly because of washing it. I love when that happens. I used Hobbs Wool batting in this one. It's nice and toasty warm.
And lastly, is my Christmas Celtic Solstice quilt. I did two, a king sized one in brown, blue, rust and light blue/white and this one using Christmas fabric. Originally this fabric was going to be a second Carolina Christmas but I lost steam on doing a second one of those. The fabric worked perfectly for a Christmas Celtic Soltice quilt. I modified it slightly by simplifying the blocks. I wanted to get it done! So happy to have this one ready for Christmas 2014:
Merry Christmas from our corner of the world in Victoria, BC Canada where we are going to be enjoying a green Christmas! Mavis