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My Entry for the Christmas Quilt Show

Since I can’t enter my own Weekly Quilt Contests, I’m always thrilled when I have a quilt to enter in one of SewCalGal’s contests.

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My entry for the 2011 Christmas Quilt Show contest, is my Christmas Ornaments wall hanging/table topper I made as a bonus block for our Celebrate Christmas Quilt-Along.

christmas-ornaments-mini-quilt

It’s available as a free download too. The ornaments block finishes at 12″ and the mini quilt at 19″. If you make the block/mini quilt, please share in the Flickr group… I’d love to see it.

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I was told, in order to enter, I must include a photo of Milo in a Santa hat. I haven’t been able to find a hat small enough to fit him yet, so here he is with Santa.

Milo Santa

Head over to SewCalGal’s site to see the other entries and enter a quilt yourself. The prizes up for grabs are awesome!

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This post was published on November 28th, 2011. Post topics: My Quilting Journey, Quilting Events. Post tags: , .

50 Responses to “My Entry for the Christmas Quilt Show”

  1. Jean says:

    Amazing so beautiful!

  2. Mary says:

    I still want to make this one. So cute!

  3. Dawn says:

    Very cute quilt. Milo, of course, is adorable!

  4. Cool Christmas Ornament Quilt! Love it! Thanks for sharing!

  5. May Britt says:

    Love your christmas ornament quilt :)

  6. Sharon says:

    What a cute way to use the quilt along block! Thank you for sharing.

  7. Barbara says:

    Very cute. I’m beginning to think Milo has captured your heart!

  8. Karen says:

    I loved this block when I first saw it. Your wall hanging looks great. I think Milo is going to be one spoiled pup!

  9. Michele says:

    Love it especially because it isn’t all typically Christmas colors or fabric.

  10. Sandy N. says:

    Love it!=)

  11. Joanna says:

    Very pretty. Thanks for the directions. It’s a beautiful wall hanging.

  12. Jacque says:

    Love that project, and thanks for the pattern! I’m thinking this would make a great tabletopper, for sure!

  13. Mrs.Pickles says:

    What a great quilt! I think i may need one just like it in my house! And Milo is just so darn cute!

  14. Janet says:

    Nice tabletopper. I love the colours! Milo is such a cutie. I think you’ll have to make him a nice little Santa hat.

  15. Bonnie says:

    wonderful ornament wall hanging….

  16. Theresa says:

    What a lovely little quilt – thank you for the link to the pattern, I’ll enjoy making one of these myself.

  17. Santa himself….funny

    Your application quilt is very nice.

  18. Rita Goshorn says:

    cute wall hanging! the ornaments are so nice!

  19. Sue Daurio says:

    What a wonderful wall hanging! And cute little Milo, sitting on Santa’s lap, how adorable.

  20. Very nice! Thank you for sharing.

  21. Lesley says:

    Love, love, love this wallhanging. Thanks so much for sharing the pattern!

  22. wilmaNC says:

    Very pretty!! I love all things Christmas.

  23. Beth says:

    I remember you posting this on FB and thinking it was lovely then. It still is. :) And totally my taste – simple, and fun to embellish if you like. Awesome.

  24. Carolyn says:

    Simply beautiful!

  25. Lynette says:

    I just love this. :) I’ve had the file saved away nice and safe for when I can make one!

  26. Nima says:

    lovely wall hanging

  27. Margaret Parks says:

    Love the Wall hanging! Good job.

  28. stephanie says:

    Thank you for the warm fuzzy smile I got seeing Milo with Santa!!!!! and your ornament quilt is quite clever. I really like the fabric choices. Thanks for sharing!

  29. Milo is so cute with Santa, and I love the ornament wall hanging. I am currently making a patachwork Christmas tree hanging.

  30. QuiltSue says:

    I really must conquer my dislike of applique and make this, it’s gorgeous.

  31. This is so cute! As is Milo!! Very pretty and very clever design and I like that you used a lot of yellow too. That makes it so unique.

  32. Mary C in WA says:

    Cute Ornaments hanging so they don’t get broken…

  33. Judi says:

    I love this idea. I’m going to have to make one :)

  34. Very nice quilt! Happy Holidays!

  35. Quiltyjen says:

    I love this design! Such a great way to show off fabrics too!

  36. laurel says:

    oh boy, this is beautiful!! definitely bookmarking this one!

  37. Rachel says:

    Awesome quilt. Thanks so much for sharing!!

  38. Rachel says:

    How sweet! I love the design.

  39. Jocelyn says:

    Wow!! I love this quilt. Very pretty.

  40. Kelli says:

    What a great idea for a block/mini. I love that pattern, might have to download it, thanks for sharing it. Your quilt is beautiful. Milo is pretty cute too, of course. ;)

  41. Heather says:

    Great quilt but the dog is just adorable.

  42. Karen O says:

    I have loved this since I first saw it on your site. Happy to see it again, and I downloaded the pattern. Next year!

  43. Michele says:

    Beautiful ornaments :-)

  44. Barb N says:

    I love this! Non-traditional colors and fabric, and yet it’s very Christmasy. Good job!

  45. Sally King says:

    What wonderful material for your ornaments.
    Cute little quilt. Like it very much.
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  46. Melisa Buckley says:

    Your quilt is beautiful. What a great quilt! Thank you for the warm fuzzy smile I got seeing Milo with Santa!!!!! Awesome.

  47. Angelina says:

    Thanks for your marvelous posting! I seriously enjoyed reading it, you will be a great author.I will remember to bookmark your blog and will eventually come back sometime soon. I want to encourage one to continue your great writing, have a nice holiday weekend!

  48. kate says:

    very nice quilts.those are so great , my mom would love ;)

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