First things first…I think you’ll have fun with December’s pattern–“Prairie Point Christmas” which is a Moda Bake Shop design by Cara! Sinta and I had originally decided on a Schnibble for December’s pattern but thought it would be fun to make this very fun Christmas project first! (And since this is such a busy time of year, we thought we’d go ahead and let you know that January’s project will be “Mon Ami” by Miss Rosie’s Quilt Company).
Eileen sent this lovely photo by e-mail.
Allison‘s is absolutely gorgeous!
And I love this quilt by Suzie!
Anne Ida chose to make hers into a pillow–what a terrific idea!
Carol used two of my favorite fabric collections–Park Avenue and Maison de Garance, both by Moda!
Carol made a beautiful floral version. And have you seen her blog in November? She sewed and completed a project every day for the entire month!
Diana made this lovely version. I just love how this pattern plays out with all of the different fabric choices!
Dorothy also made a Christmas version–love it!
Edith used Jo Morton Scraps for hers and also added borders.
Ekaterina made this beautiful version.
Gretchen also made a lovely “Butter Churn.”
Jenn made this bright version–love it!
Joyce used beautiful reds, browns and creams.
Karen‘s quilt is beautiful–her colors are very vintage and soothing.
Incredible how different and how gorgeous they all are!! Thanks for sharing!
More beautiful Butter Churns!! Thanks for including me as a new member in the parade! I saw mine on Sinta's blog 🙂 I can't wait to get started on the Christmas Tree!!
Hi…it is great seeing all of the different interpretations…love them all! Looking for Christmas scraps as we speak!
What an incredible parade…how fun that the fabric choices make the pattern look sooooooooooo different. They are all just wonderful!
Great job everyone! It so great to see all of the different shapes and patterns that emmerge just by using different colors and prints.
Yay for the Christmas Tree hanging. Can't wait to start!
Wow…what great work the girls did…lovely to see them all.
Sandie ~call me crazy says
Great parade! 🙂 I'd love the rest of the directions for the mini version of the tree~ thanks! 🙂
Wow! All of the Butter Churns are fantastic and all so unique.
Angie @ CraftedAngles says
These a great!! I love seeing the various color combinations – great job to all 🙂
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Amanda Murphy says
What a lovely variety of blocks. I love each one. Thanks for sharing!
PaTcHwOrK jEnN says
thanks so much for hosting. I love seeing all the different personalities in fabric choice.
Gran - Knot-y Embroidery Lady says
My hat is off to all of you – wonderful, wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
Simone de Klerk says
Wow, such great quilts! I wasn't really inspired by the pattern, but seeing this, I think I should get started! Very very pretty, all of them!
And our Christmas project looks like lots of fun (o: No waiting for the post to bring the pattern in time ;o)
A beautiful parade! I just love seeing all the different fabric and color combinations, they're so inspiring. The new projects look pretty, I think I'll make a smalle version like you, have to start looking for my scraps!
Anne Ida says
Oh, it never stops to amaze me how much difference the choice of fabric makes – the same pattern and all the quilts turn out so different. Thank you for the beautiful parade!
Carrie P. says
Amazing! Some have even finished them. Great show!
Love your prairie points.
I started by thinking- Janey Mac! All those Prairie Points!! And then wandered down through all your Quilt Display and thought- well, if this is the sort of beautiful quilts yez all are making, I guess a few puny prairie points are nothing really!!!!
But they are, and the quilts are just lovely, all thoses different colour combinations are really inspiring!!
Messy Karen says
beautiful parade. and i love the idea of a tiny tree quilt!
I liked seeing all of the variations of the block…such fun!
This was such an amazing parade! Looking at all the Butter Churns both here and at Sinta's — what wonderful variations were compiled from all the different fabric choices, color placements and even the finishing choices. This really shows off what quilting is about today.
So many beautiful quilts and they are all so different.
Sinta Renee says
Fantastic group of quilts! Each one is so unique! They are all so fun- great job & kudos to everyone!
Sherri, I'm interested in the directions for the miniature version of Prairie Point Christmas.
I just love parade day, it's fun to see the same pattern look so different.
How many quilts !