Without a moment to spare, I have three Christmas minis bound, wrapped, and ready to share!
These projects were fun opportunities to blow through scraps—of both Christmas fabrics and random whites/low-volume prints—and by playing with the palette and layout, each of the three has its own personality.
Some highlights include this sweet cabin, whose polka-dotted fabric looks like falling snow ...
This holly branch, which is the perfect combination of a scrappy foreground and a scrappy background ...
And this overall color combination ...
I love Christmas palettes with surprises, and the blue here doesn’t disappoint!
I’m not sure whether these three minis are the end of me and this pattern collection (available here, from Sterling Sewn). Heaven knows I have the necessary bits and pieces to continue, but these log cabins start off with 1.5-inch strips, so although they eat up scraps, they do so at a slow pace. : )
If you have a favorite holiday-themed pattern, I am always on the lookout for new ideas. Please share them in the comments below! (And, by the way, I have four Christmas quilts planned for the new year. Christmas sewing at From Bolt to Beauty world headquarters may last until spring!)
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