Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Christmas in July Special

 Christmas. Quilting. Patterns on sale. What’s not to like about that?! Well I suppose you might like a few more details. Way back (feels much longer than 6 or so months ago), my gorgeous friend Alyce from Blossom Heart Quilts and I teamed up to come up with 25 Christmas themed patterns.


Alyce used her fabulous quilty maths skills and came up with Ornamental – rotary cut Christmas ornaments, and I used my paper piecing skills and came up with Sew Seasonal – paper pieced Christmas blocks. With our powers combined, we created 25 blocks that work beautifully together!

Exhibit A:
I turned mine into a wallhanging that will get brought out each Christmas. My kidlets loved looking at all the different blocks last Christmas.

Sew Seasonal

Exhibit B:
Alyce turned hers into a fabulous Advent calendar!

Alyce's advent calendar

So if you want to get ahead of the game and start planning your own Christmas themed project, well we have a deal for you! For a limited time only (we’re talking 2 weeks people), we have combined our patterns into one MEGA pattern to rule them all!!!


Okay getting a bit carried away with the excitement. But we do have a fabulous pattern bundle available now in my Craftsy shop. 25 Christmas patterns – oh yeah and did I mention it’s 20% off? $12 for 25 patterns. Not too shabby.

For further ideas on how to use the patterns, check out the linky party where people shared their projects on our blog hop last year. Look forward to seeing your Christmas creativity folks!

Happy sewing!

Love from your enablers,
Alyce and Kristy


  1. I must say that I have these patterns and they are FABULOUS!!! You guys did such a great job on them. Yay for Christmas in July!!

  2. Great deal Kristy. Maybe this is the year I make that Christmas Quilt I have promised myself for years!

  3. I must say that I have these patterns and they are FABULOUS!!! Making the Ornamental quilt last year was one of my proudest finishes and finishes fast..


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