Friday, December 25, 2020

Merry Christmas!!

I am wishing each of you the Merriest Christmas, ever!!!  I received this tiny quilt years ago, which really says it all.  I keep it out all year round!!  Thank you, Janet!!
A secret, sneaky quilt snuck itself into December.  These blocks are make from 1 1/2 wide strips, and 1 1/2 inch red squares.  And away I went!!  

 I just laid them out quickly, so I could see how many I have.  I need to separate some of those blocks with the bright yellows/oranges!

Do you know what this means?  DO YOU?  

LOG CABIN LUNATICS ARE RIDING AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!     (at least this one.)

Hope you have a happy day, whatever you are doing!



JoAnne said...

Julie, I love your nativity wall hanging - I have the same one that I made last year. You're right - it says it all! Merry Christmas and stay safe and healthy!

Tired Teacher 2 said...

What fun! Merry Christmas!

Mama Joan said...

Merriest of Christmases to you, Julie. I get such a lift from your blog. Do you have a pattern to share for the block? It looks like a Courthouse Steps starting with a tiny hourglass. I am curious as to how the red squares are added.

Lori said...

I have the manger scene quilt too adn love it!
Amazing log cabin blocks too! Merry Christmas!

Julierose said...

Oh yes, i think and i hope, log cabins will be ridin' in 2021 again..such fun!!;))
Merry Merry Christmas from my home to yours...Julierose

Janet O. said...

So glad you like the manger scene, Julie. I keep mine up all year, too.
That is such a pretty log cabin quilt. It looks like a very happy creation!

Jennie in GA said...

Merry Christmas Jlie!!

Shasta Matova said...

Merry Christmas! Those log cabins look great in that setting. So beautiful!

QuiltGranma said...

Oh, MY! LOG CABIN LUNATICS ARE RIDING AGAIN!! A very interesting quilt, inspiring!

Quilter Kathy said...

What a cool pattern that is!
So exciting the the log cabin loonies as riding again! Giddy up!

Susan said...

Your quilt looks great, even if you never separate anything!

Jane Dallmeyer said...

Oh Julie, I love the strip scrap quilt. I am a strip quilter, so I’m off to sort my scraps today!!!
I will make the nativity block from wool!!
I always enjoy your blog.
Happy New year 2021 to all!!!!