Welcome to MAKING CHRISTMAS, 2013, WEEK 3.
Thank You to everyone who linked up last week. I’ve really enjoyed seeing what everyone has been making. Since Rebecca’s halloween inspiration last week, there has been lots of Halloween making going on – both beautiful and scary – so I thought I’d feature a few fun Halloween projects this week. To see all the other makes, please visit the Pinterest board :)
This week MAKING CHRISTMAS is being hosted by the very talented Kristy over at Quiet Play. Kristy has designed a wonderful pattern just for this blog hop and she is offering it free for a limited time. You’ll be sure to want to make this fab paper pieced Christmas block to use in one of your Christmas makes so be sure to visit her! And, whilst you’re there, don’t forget to link up with your updated lists and your Winter makes :)
Here is my updated list:
THINGS I WANT TO MAKE BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Crow ornaments for Halloween 3 FINISHED
Finish felt bird and heart decorations
Rainbow Hare Rolls 4 FINISHED
Pouches 5 FINISHED
Something to be decided with my son’s logo on
Wall Quilt – added FINISHED
Secret Gift – added STARTED
|5 pouches finished!|
|Secret gift – added|
|In progress peek!|
See you at Kristy’s :)
Janine @ Rainbow Hare
12 thoughts on “MAKING CHRISTMAS, 2013. WEEK 3”
You are really whipping through those projects Janine!
Kristy @ Quiet Play
Loving that sneak peek!
Way to go! Those wee birds look adorable
Mack and Mabel
The sneak peak at your secret gift looks lovely. Looking forward to seeing more pics of it ;-)
Well of course my favourites would be the pouches – such pretty fabrics! The secret gift in progress is quite intriguing – I'll be watching for updates on that one :D
Wow…you are busy. I'm in love with the pin cushion and the birds.
Great progress Janine! Thanks for fab inspiration.
Thank you for showing the pumpkin wall hanging here! Great job with finishing the items from your list. Those pouches are so cute and I love the sneak peek :)
Great progress, love your pouches!
Nice progress! I've had a setback, as is common it seems these days. I'm not ready to revise my list yet – but I might have to mid-November!
Nat at Made in Home
I have made progress, and then had to start all over again… Hoping to share something soon!