Thursday, December 15, 2011
Christmas Gifts 2011
I can celebrate. I got all my customers quilts done for Christmas, just this past hour. Now I can work on my gifts.
This is a dutch oven and quilted cover to take to a pot luck party. I made this one for a dog trial prize draw early this month. I have one more to finish for a family gift. I am laughing, I got my sister in law's name this year and wanted to give her this, bought the pot early, on sale. Well then she sent her list out and guess what was top of her list. A dutch oven, so I did well.
I used some disappearing nine patch blocks using some food fabric. Did you notice the bones? My way of getting dog related fabric in. I will show you how I did the disappearing nine patch on Friday. I am still working on what I need to say so I get it correct.
Posted by Cathy Tomm at 12:38 PM
Labels: Christmas gifts, Dissapearing Nine Patch
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looks great Cathy. She will be delighted.ReplyDelete
But maybe not surprised if she is reading your blog...lol
Love the disappearing nine-patch! I used it when I made some small quilts for Japan earlier this year. Great fun. Your casserole/Dutch oven cover looks terrific. I'm reading this as dinner cooks, so I'm starting to drool...ReplyDelete
What a clever casserole cover. I've been thinking of making one for a gift. Yours looks so handy.ReplyDelete