You all know I've been working hard on finishing some pieces of quilting that have, sadly, been UNfinished for a long time. A little cleaning and sorting has also been going on in my quilting room.
Here are three patterns that I've decided I'm not going to keep. They've all been taken out of their plastic packages and looked at a few times, but they've never been used.
The first is a winter scene of a lighthouse and lighthouse keeper's house. Really attractive and would make a lovely seasonal wall hanging for your home. Or a gorgeous lap quilt. The finished quilt is 39" x 50" . . . good sized.
The second is "Woodland Santa" by Debbie Mumm. It has the pattern for six woodland Christmas/winter scenes. The four scenes put together in a four-block quilt measure 32" x 24". The individual woodland scenes measure 13" x 17".
The third pattern is a winter country scene, barn in background, split rail fencing in foreground, entitled "Snow Scene," finished size is 15-1/2" x 17-1/2".
If you'd like to receive all three of these patterns (they all go together to one person), leave a comment on this post. Just to make things a little interesting, let us all know if you do most of your quilting during a certain part of the year, or do your fingers just have to handle fabric while your sewing machine zooms along no matter what day or month it is.