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Monday, December 15, 2014

I'm Like A Little Kid At Christmas Time!

Christmas puts me in such a happy mood.  At church yesterday, the sweet little preschool children acted out the Christmas story, and as one little angel skipped back to her parents after they were through, her little tinsel halo fell off and stayed behind.   Ah yes, we can all be angels for a little while, but sometimes the halos fall off.

Yesterday we decorated the tree, and the ornaments here at the cabin are all of the old ones that we had when the children were little - all unbreakable ones.  It was such fun to pull them out and put them on the tree.  The old twinkle lights in all their color too!



I'm working on Bonnie Hunter's Grand Illumination mystery quilt this week.  I'm almost caught up and am half-way through Clue 3.  I will have the rest of the "2 by 4's" finished when the next clue comes out on Friday.

Here is my progress so far:   Clue #1, Broken Dishes



Clue #2, Glad they are finished:


Clue #3, 2 by 4's:




I have been blessed this Christmas with lots of peace and quiet here at the cabin, and am keeping up with the mystery so far.  This next week will be Christmas, and apart from a little more shopping, I am ready for it.

How about you?  Are you ready for this jolly old fellow?


Merry Christmas!!  Monday's are link-up days, so I'm linking with Judy Laquidara's blog for Design Wall Mondays (Here) and also Bonnie Hunter's blog for mystery quilt progress (Here).

8 comments:

  1. I really like your colors, so bright and cheerful. Just wondering where you found the yellow fabric. I looked the world over and never found it. Lucky you!
    ablanton@nmsu.edu

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  2. You have such fun fabrics! This is going to be a great quilt!

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  3. Pretty Tree....Love all the variety in your fabrics..,pretty.

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  4. Great job. Good to see that yellow pieced in a block, gives a good sense of Bonnie's colours. I'm still wondering if my fabric choices are "right". I'm back on clue 2 and wondering whether to use the darker greens I have or the lighter, more mixed up greens... I have probably 2 hours worth of sewing before I have to make that decision LOL.

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  5. It's fun to see every one's GI progress. I'm enjoying what other's are doing....fancy way of saying I didn't start this one!

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  6. It's going to be gorgeous! Merry Christmas to you and Lloyd-- we will always miss you here!

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  7. Love the bright colors and can't wait to see it all put together. Am I ready for the jolly old fellow? Sometimes yes and at other times not yet.

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  8. Love the fabrics you are using. And your Christmas tree is beautiful.

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