Friday, 08 January 2021 09:51

merry little christmas complete fabric line

The Christmas Holiday may be over...and the decorations all packed up and put away...well...except for my Super Cute Vintage Holiday Christmas Quilt that still adorns my Master Bedroom and the Santa Face Pillowcases too!  I am hanging onto the Holiday Spirit for just a few more days...or weeks...or...

I digress!

As the Holiday winds down...I had decided I needed to take a quick inventory of my "things"...and when I say "things"  I am really referring to my Fabric Stash and UFO's!

Gracious BE!  How did I manage to aquire so much?  I am gonna stick to the fact that I have been sewing/quilting and embroidering for over 40 years.  I call it a "lifestyle"...and it makes me Happy Happy Happy!

Let's go with that!

Any who...I was taking that well needed inventory and organizing my projects for 2021 when I spotted this adorable fabric line I had purchased years ago called "A Merry Little Christmas" by Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake...it dates back to 2013!  I simply chose it by the beautiful color way it had...and the super cute Trees and Snowmen Motif didn't hurt it at all!

I have 12-half yard cuts...as shown in this picture above...just perfect for a sweet "Merry Little Christmas" Quilt...so let's get started!

merry little christmas selvages

The FIRST thing I did...was actually the same thing I always do when I start a new project...and that is to cut off all the selvages from the 12 different fabrics and snap shot them here! 

Isn't it just fabulous?

Well yes Kathleen...it is!

YEP...I talk to myself...sometimes I even answer myself!

It's OK...we're in quarantine...STILL!

Check back with me as I move forward with my FIRST project for the year 2021 and see what comes next!

Quilt ON!



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