These pictures are from Christmas – thought that you may enjoy seeing them as they are not all red/green like you may have thought I would use. 🙂
When you read this I’ll be in NYC working on future fabric lines for us. Since that work is ‘top secret’, this will amuse you for now I hope.
Bought this ‘Q’ when I was in McKinney, TX last Fall, it is on the wall at the studio, thinking of moving it to another location on the wall with some other stuff, stay tuned.
‘Manassas’ quilt from JLW Club 13 for this year – I really love this quit, will use it at home soon.
‘Basket Parade’ from the new JLW Club 13 – this is what I see from my comfy chair when stitching, I really love this quilt!
This is ‘Watson’ quilt in the dry sink in the living room before Christmas – also from JLW Club 13.
Bucket bench bought in PA last Fall, love how deep it is and perfect for quilt display, antique dough box on top.
Reproduction tall bucket bench with Christmas decor – fun to move things around and make room for Christmas!
‘Winterberries’ quilt (Coming Home book) – one of my most favorite quilts.
top of the cupboard that houses some of our pottery collection in the dining room – changed the top setting this year with pottery, a doll quilt, repro red basket and beautiful artificial greens.
New to me antique Log Cabin quilt (Houston Fall 2013), ‘over the cupboard door’ – love to display quilts here.
I did this same display in 2012 – really enjoyed the simplicity, so why not repeat! (quilt from JLW Club 10)
‘Pottery Shards’ quilt on the wall (JLW club 11), using the red/cream hexi tree skirt again. ‘Leftovers’ quilt under the carved rocking horse (JLW Club 7).
This display inspired by Pinterest – I have a neat carrier and selected redware plates, added nice artificial greens. The little runner is used every year for maybe 15 or more years now.
Shhhh, the carrier is still on the cupboard in the dining room – want to enjoy it for a while longer.
Last but not least – ‘Watson’ quilt looks good with Rolly Poly Santa on wheels and feather tree in antique redware jar.
Have fun looking and see what you can get done for Christmas 2014!