So Many wonderful projects to finish up!
I'm in love with your doggy.And your quilts look great too :)
No wonder Santa's so jolly, living in a village like that. Maybe this Christmas he'll bring you a table for that runner.And definitely a polka dot binding!
I can't get enough of your houses. They are so cute!!
Your style of applique is so whimsical. It looks like you are having a lot of fun. Polka dot binding sounds good.
Love the houses - you can't go wrong with polks dots!
oh my goodness - those houses are so stinkin cute! I love Santa's village too.
i'm sure you wouldn't get as much done without your helper! and as for polka dot binding? ALWAYS! atleast in my book :^ )
I had a chocolate lab. His name was Buddy. We rescued him from an unfortunate life when he was just over a year. He was my special friend. My first dog as an adult. I was a single girl and he was everything to me. We lost him when he was 11 to cancer. Now we are in the midst of watching his 'brother' grow old... I miss him. (Your quilt tester is a chocolate lab, yes?)
looks like you've got lots of fun things to work on!
I love a-l-l of your little houses...they're all sooooo charming;)
can i be you?
Yay for dots!Your houses are TOO cute! I'd live there! With your dog!
Oh, look at that chocolate colored dog. How sweet and how wonderful to have him in your life. Love the top blocks..looks like another city with little inroads to me, where people can say, "Hi, how ya doing? May I borrow a cup of sugar? Do you have a stick of butter?"
You've got a lot going - but I KNOW you'll get it all done and it will be wonderful in Jacquie fashion! Have a good weekend!Kris
I love how tour runner come out it looks great and your red square quilt id just beautiful I really like it.Beautiful projects you have going onErika
Everything looks so so great! You're inspiring!
It is all such wonderful stuff! You have such an eye.
I love raw edge applique!! Lx
Look at you go with your applique! Your stuff is freaking adorable:) Just like Jacquie to be nervous about a new skill and then master it! Whoo and Hoo:)-
The strawberry one has turned out beautifully Jacquie and teh others look like a lot of fun as does the dog!
I love them all! You inspire me!
Adorable, as usual! Santa's village is especially cute!And Fudge can come visit Tandi and me anytime!
I can't believe that your profile says you're a beginning quilter! I think you're kidding us. What great designs! Santa's village is so adorable! And the little houses are pretty darn cute too! Wow! And what a sweetie Fudge is!
I love all the houses!
definitely polka dots!he's cute! funny thing my cat will insist on laying in the middle of whatever quilt I'm working on....but once it's finished...she doesn't have much to do with it at all.
Oooohhhh, the connections quilt will be absolutely stunning! I'm hoping it is #1 on your to do list - I can't wait to see the finished result!
Love Santa's Village. Could be a cute way of doing an advent calendar with the addition of pockets. HMMM...
I love your raw edge stuff. Santa's workshop is too cute! Where do you find such cute fabric??
Love the little houses!! And polka dot binding sounds super!
Can your quilt tester come visit my sock eater (a 1.5 yr old cairn terrier with an unhealthy obession with socks)? Maybe Jasper can learn a few things and be a quilt tester too. LOLI love the projects.. cant wait to see how they turn out and polka dots sound wonderful.
The houses are adorable! I really love how whimsical and happy they are. The strawberry table runner is also super cute!
Great projects. LOVE Santa's village! Yes, polka dot binding.
Busy busy busy! I like the way you finished the strawberry runner. It looks really nice :-)
Your houses are so cheerful. Love the pic of your dog. What a good tester, and he works cheap.
I am loving this work that you are doing. Very arty.
I'm really loving all the quilts in this post - you have a great eye for combining colors and patterns!
glad you got some quilting done...i got fabric washed...tomorrow i crank out 18 blocks! WOOHOO...once i wake up it's shower and head ot the quilting studio! YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSlaurie
love your santa's workshop. you are making me want to try raw edge applique.
Gosh, your projects are just wonderful! I am impressed!
Jacquie...you just blow me away, your work is just totally amazing...I love it, all of it....
You are going to have fun finishing all those. The Santa's Workshop is so cute - I love it.
Aahh...Santa!! make me think Cristmast is coming soon in 2 months. Love your projects!Since you're an expert in quilting, would you please visit my blog and make a comment on my first project. I'm not sure to the colors I had chosen (I'm pretty confused now to choose the fabric's color for the connection between blog (sashing?), maybe you could (please..) give a comment on it. Thanks.
Was going to read through your comments, but my heck there's a lot. I vote for the floral on the house roof for the binding. ;o) The Santa's workshop is so DANG CUTE! I echo Madge; "can I be you" ;o) Your profile say's you're a beginning quilter?! O.K. time to change that one. I have a long dining room table. Just in case you wanted to know. LOL. ooxx`jod
I am truly digging a) the top red and white Denise Schmidt-esq quilt top, and b) your dog. Both look fun to snuggle up with :)
I love you houses, Jacquie! I have to make some too. Have a great day.
That's a manageable to do list! Love santa's workshop :)
OMG Jacquie! I love all your projects!!!!!!!
Wow you have been busy. I love the projects you are working on. So colorful.
Wow what neat little projects. The fabric just make it. Where do you get your fabrics?
Love love the santa's workshop and the little houses. They are soo darling! You are clever and your blog is always so inspiring.
love the projects...you're getting me in the mood to make Christmas stuff
I hope he gets paid well he looks like he is doing a great job.
He could finish off a LOT of scooby snacks! good thing you've lots of quilts that need testing. :) Your living room with the pillows looks amazing! Your work is an inspiration. I gotta get me a quilt tester... that must be the trick.
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