While we focus on the upcoming holidays, somewhere deep down, we know that once the holidays end, we’re all going to need a little pick-me-up. Since we’ll be spending more time at home this winter, why not dress up your home to celebrate the entire season.
Posts about Winter and more.
There’s nothing quite like winter to keep us all inside our homes, except maybe a virus! Combine the two and you have a season that’s going to offer plenty of quality quilting time, but also one that could use a little creative boost to your surrounds. Here of some great patterns to help your home feel like a cozy haven in the midst of winter’s snow and ice.
You know how much I love yard flags, door banners and wall hangings. These homemade banners are a perfect holiday decoration for a covered porch entry door, an inside door in your home or as a wall hanging.
Quilts are versatile. Need something light in weight and airy in color? There’s a quilt for that. Looking for a traditional and comforting feel to top off a cozy reading nook? There’s a quilt for that. When the seasons change and holidays come and go, we can’t help but feel a need to, well, find a “quilt for that.”
Greetings fellow quilters, sewists, and AccuQuilt enthusiasts - it's me, Belinda from Blue Ribbon Designs and the Samplings from a Blue Ribbon Girl blog, stopping by for my latest guest post. I am back today to share another one of my AccuQuilt pattern creations - my Snow Buddies Quilted Table Runner.
Hello quilters and fellow sewing enthusiasts! My name is Belinda Karls-Nace and I am back as guest writer on the AccuQuilt Blog today. For those of you that are unfamiliar with my work, I'm a quilting and needlework designer, creator, finisher, and teacher (and the author of the Samplings from a Blue Ribbon Girl blog)...and lucky enough to design projects and create quilt samples for AccuQuilt.