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Snowmen Quilts

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  • Total submissions: 10
  • Total countries: 4
  • Total provinces: 1
  • Total states: 6

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4 Snowmen table topper 4 Snowmen table topper
By: Jean Shores, Nebraska, USA

Four snowmen are better than one!
Tabletopper made from a kit from a local quilt shop. It’s one of my favorite little table toppers and so appropriate with all the snow we’ve had in Nebraska!

Quilt size: width: 15" height: 15"

And In The Meadow (Sue Cook) And In The Meadow (Sue Cook)
By: Sue Cook, Pennsylvania, USA

This was my very first published design. The nose is a polymer clay carrot button I made myself and the scarf is 3 dimensional.

Quilt size: width: 33" height: 41"

Eddie's Snowmen Eddie’s Snowmen
By: Sharon Vrooman, New York, USA

My 2 yr. old grandson just loves snowmen, but only wants to build the heads. So I made him a mini wallhanging of his snowmen. It is paper pieced, bead eyes, cross stitch mouths and tied. Now he will have his snowmen even after the snow is gone.

Quilt size: width: 4 1/2" height: 12 1/2"

Frosty Frosty
By: A. Carole Grant, British Columbia, Canada

Just a fun little piece I made for my grandson.
A jaunty fat little man.
I used real, raw lambs wool for him.

Quilt size: width: 15" height: 15"

In the Meadow (Jennifer Dougherty) In the Meadow (Jennifer Dougherty)
By: Jennifer Dougherty, Kansas, USA

The picture never quite gives a quilt it’s justice. The boot laces are real and you can loop the boot buttons. All the fabrics are flannel. This was so much fun to make with all the details and colors. I hope you enjoy my quilt.

Quilt size: width: 63" height: 51"

Looking at Snowflake Looking at Snowflake
By: OrkaLoca, Italy

If a man has a cat, what a snowman has got? A snowcat named Snowflake!
And what if the snowman feels cold? Let’s give him a wool scarf!

The idea for the subject came to me in a silly dream. The pattern is original.

Techniques: fused applique and machine quilting

Quilt size: width: 17" height: 17"

Pink Snowman Pink Snowman
By: Mrs Moen, Norway

Pink Snowman is from a series of Christmas quilts I made in 2009. My daughter loves pink, so I made a pink version for her. Although the colours are a bit untraditional for Christmas, this can be on display all through the winter. The happy snowman is from one of my patterns.

Quilt size: width: 14.5" height: 20"

Snowman Collector Snowman Collector
By: Teaquilts, Missouri, USA

I made the applique version of Stitch Connection’s Snowman Collector quilt and fell in love with the redwork version. I made this quilt for a two-color quilt challenge and it won 1st place. I modified the design a little and added crystals and buttons as embellishments.

Quilt size: width: 48" height: 48"

Snowmen for Florida Snowmen for Florida
By: Beth Werrell, Maryland, USA

Made this quilt for my inlaws for Christmas. I saw the block in Fons & Porters Love of Quilting last year and re-drafted it for foundation piecing. I decided to use a vertical setting so the quilt could be displayed on a door. I thought alternating the direction of the snowmen made it fun!

Quilt size: width: 20" height: 36"

Winter Quilt Winter Quilt
By: Sharon, Missouri, USA

I made this quilt about 15 years ago. It is from the book, Snowbound by Gerry Kimmel, my friend Linda Brannock, and Jan Patek. I always get it out at Christmas and it stays out until the end of February. This was one of my first attempts at applique, and it is hand quilted by me.

Quilt size: width: 52" height: 72"

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This post was published on January 15th, 2010. Post topics: Quilt Gallery.

4 Responses to “Snowmen Quilts”

  1. Lynn D says:

    It was so hard to decide, I loved them all.

  2. Darlene says:

    They are all so beautiful! What a fine bunch of quilters you have here!

  3. Bev C says:

    Beautiful quilts,they all are special.

  4. Deborah says:

    Each quilt was fabulous, it was hard to decide. All are beautiful.
    .-= Deborah’s latest post: Things wot I Made Then Ate: coffee latte w/Kahlúa & banana =-.

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