Monday, April 30, 2012

Christmas Thru the Year

Here's my project for April's Christmas thru the Year! Wonder who will get this little gem????

It's a Disappearing Nine-Patch made with a charm pack plus 3 charms of my own that went with to give me the 45 charms I needed.  All quilted, bound and labelled! 
Still dragging my feet a little from being sick last week.  Fresh air would be nice but it's cold and wind blowing hard, which I don't mind, except it stirs up all the dirt and dust which would put my allergies into an awful mess!  

When I started Graceful Stitches in March, I never dreamed it would take off like it has! Quilts quilt and quilts lol!  I love it and am so inspired by all the beautiful tops. Just enough to keep me out of trouble but not overwhelmed:)  Some show and tell of them later this week!

Happy Stitching and God Bless!

12 comments:

Cheryl said...

What a wonderful gift! A good cuddle on the couch quilt.

Barb said...

Love your quilt, glad you are getting better but hoping for a full recovery soon.

Cheryl said...

Such a wonderful Christmas gift!! Great job. Glad you are feeling a bit better.

Darlene said...

Such a fabulous gift :-) Someone is going to be very happy on Christmas morning.

Glad you're feeling a little better - here's a get well (hug).

Quilt Hollow said...

Hope you feel good soon! No fun at all...I know that all too well I'm afraid. Sweet little gifty!!

Quilting Chemist (Danette) said...

Your disappearing 9 patch turned out beautifully!

Sisbabestitches said...

Such a lovely quilt, Shelley. The charm colours are beautifully mixed.

Dirt Road Quilter said...

Isn't that disappearing 9-patch fun? Someone's going to very happy on Christmas morning! Hope you're feeling better soon. We have heat and wind and dirt and dust. :)

BeckyK said...

How beautiful! Love the pattern, colors, and texture. Thanks for sharing your talent!

Heather said...

disappearing 9 patches are such fun. you never really can imagine what you will end up with. It looks great. Lucky the recipient.

Michele said...

I'm so happy to hear that your business is going well :-) How wonderful!! That's a beautiful quilt you finished too! Maybe tomorrow you will be feeling even better :-) Seems like some things just take awhile to go away.

Kathie said...

great quilt and I bet someone is going to love that quilt when you give it to them.
oh yes days like this better to stay inside then go out and have allergies make us miserable!
Kathie