Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Christmas Joy Sew Along Quilt With Therm O Web

It was really a "Christmas Joy" to put together blocks and a quilt for Therm O Web's
sew along. "Christmas Joy" used applique and pieced blocks to create a 50" x 58" quilt.



You can find the patterns and instruction on the Therm O Web blog HERE.

My hubby and I took a drive to Snow Canyon in Southern Utah to take photos.
It was a gorgeous day!



The patterns are free so head on over to check it out and make your own Christmas Joy!

11 comments:

  1. Oh my this is so cute! Thank you so much for all your hard work. I'm working on my version of this. Hoping to have it complete by christmas.

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  2. I love it...you sure do know how to dazzle us with your designs!

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  3. This quilt turned out beautifully! I love the green and white hour glass blocks in between the others--perfect. Your work always looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Your quilt really turned out nice. I love the warm colors. I hope to make one by next year. My schedule it too tight for this year. You are really doing a good job for Therm O Web.

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  5. Hi Carol! What a lovely quilt - it sure turned out nicely. I love how the green hourglass blocks pulls out the green touches in each block. It looks like Snow Canyon is a bit of a misnomer, at least in your photos. Enjoy the holidays with your Monkey Boys and all your family. I hope you get to spend lots of time with them while they are on break. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  6. Love it ... and the setting for your pictures!! Thanks for sharing your talent! Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

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  7. That’s a beautiful quilt. You always find such great road trips.

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  8. Such a great quilt! Thanks so much for thinking it up. =) I love Snow Canyon. I used to take my 6th grade class of Navajo students camping there. I repelled down one of those big cliffs one year - back when I was adventurous and 32. LOL One year, one of my girl's broke her arm, and I spent the evening in the ER at the hospital in St. George. Thanks for the photograph and the memories. =)

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  9. What a great Christmas quilt - love it!

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  10. Gorgeous as usual. I do love this quilt. I think I'll head over and print the patterns. Thanks so much for the inspiration you share all year. Merry Christmas to you and your family. All the best in the fast approaching New Year.

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