It's that time of the year again - the time to make Christmas gifts! have a large library of quilting books and a special section on Christmas and holiday ones. I love to leaf through these books for inspiration and even make a project or two :)
If you're looking for suggestions for a gift or maybe just a holiday project to decorate your home, here are some of my favourites:
Christmas is Coming: Appliqué Quilt Patterns to Celebrate the Season and Deck the Halls
by Cheryl Almgren Taylor.
I love Cheryl's elegant, traditional designs. If you love Christmas the old-fashioned way, you'll enjoy the designs in this book.
Modern Holiday by Amanda Murphy
Amanda brings a fresh, modern esthetic to the holidays in Modern Holiday. I love the aqua, red and green colour choices and fun projects in her book.
Sew Merry and Bright by Linda Lum DeBono
Lots of fun holiday designs in Linda's book, Sew Merry and Bright. You'll find lots of gift ideas in this book for friends - or yourself :)
Santaland by Brian Grubb
I adore the jolly, festive Santa on the front cover! Brian brings fun into the holidays with the projects in Santaland.
Adoration Quilts by Rachel W. N. Brown
There's always a nativity in my house at Christmas time, given to me by my mother-in-law many years ago. The beautiful and elegant designs in Rachel's book allow you to bring the true meaning of Christmas into your home.
Dressed to Chill by Jan Kornfeind
The whimsical designs in Jan's book, Dressed to Chill, make delightful holiday decorations. If you love snowmen, this book is a must for your holiday library.
Christmas Cats and Dogs by Janet Kime
One of the first quilting books my parents gave me was Christmas Cats and Dogs. Lots of different paper-pieced projects in this seasonal book and it's filled with both cats and dogs - what's not to love?
Do you have a library of Christmas and holiday books? Leave me a comment below telling me your favourite seasonal books.
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