Monday, 5 October 2009

"Christmas at the cabin"

is the 4th finished workshop model (or should that be sample?). It’s another “julepost” – a wall hanging with a pocket for Christmas cards, made the same way as “Urban Christmas”.

We have never celebrated Christmas in our cabin, but husband and I once spent a New Years Eve there. It was a bit spooky; just us up there, and so incredible dark even with the snow. We did bring fireworks, and really got full value as there was no light pollution at all.

6 comments:

  1. Nina these are adorable. where can I get the pattern?

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  2. They are darling. I went fabric shopping today. Our Walmart salesperson is a quilter and she was so much help to me. I am sending a quilt square for a quilt we are putting together for an unknown family who has had a tragedy. I only need to send one square. Surely I can do that.
    QMM

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  3. Another adorable one. You are so creative.

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  4. These wallhangings are so cute. I love the idea of a vinyl pocket to hold cards. Quite a creative idea. Hope your foot and ankle are feeling much better now.

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  5. The colorful trees make the night sparkle. Hope your foot is better.

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  6. What a gorgeous hanging, you sure are creative and like me you seem to love colour .
    My fabric Guild has really wide pre printed wedding ring fabric at present in shades of Blue-----cottonreel

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