Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Santa in Seattle #3 in my Seattle Series

#3 in my Seattle series....A little Santa ho ho ho and a grinch. This will be the quilt for Noah's school teacher. I had made a wonky text quilt but didn't fit her personality and Noah thought that a quilt with lines and symmetry would be more up her alley. Voila. So much fun creating the craters on the moon an swirly winter sky with Roxy. May this bring some Merry to your Christmas.
And speaking of Merry.....A favorite blog friend of mine, sent me some "support"! How adorable is this coin purse?!!!!! Gotta love Duff at http://bacontheneggs.blogspot.com. I can still remember the moment we connected in Blogland and hundreds of emails later, I smile just typing her name! Hoping that your Thanksgiving was delightFULL and that the season of JOY is upon you with open arms. Love, Em

5 comments:

Sharon said...

What a wonderful Christmas quilt! I love all the little touches you added - the Grinch, the words, the craters! Who wouldn't love this??

And the "support" purse is so fun! Blog friends are pretty super, aren't they?

Tangos Treasures said...

The quilt is AWESOME!!! Love the coin purse too!!

Sharon said...

Your Seattle blocks are wonderful!

LynCC said...

Santa skimming the Needle!!! Awesome :D

Vesuviusmama said...

Your Seattle quilts are great - makes me want to visit again and see it through YOUR eyes. Also, just saw you on Victoria's blog - wish I had been there, too! LOVE your LOVE quilt - it is much bigger than I was expecting!