Sunday, November 11, 2012

It's the Very Merry Holiday Party, brought to you by the Henry Glass designers. Each day check out the blog of the day as well as the Henry Glass blog for lots of fun. There will be giveaways on the HG blog and each designer will have a free pattern on their day posted on their blog. Don't miss out!
Here is a list of the designers, their day and their blogs with links:

November 11: 
Linda Lum DeBono www.lindalumdebono.blogspot.com 
 Little Quilts http://www.littlequilts.blogspot.com/ 
 November 12: 
Dawn Heese http://www.dawnheesequilts.blogspot.com/ 
Jill Finle y http://jillilystudio.blogspot.com/
November 13: 
Shelly Comisky http://shellycomiskeydesigns.blogspot.com/
 
Wilma Sanchez http://racoonillustration.wordpress.com/
November 14: 
Leanne Anderson http://thewholecountrycaboodle.blogspot.com/
 
Beth Logan http://artstuff.typepad.com/ 
 November 15Kari Ramsey http://www.freshcutquilts.com/ 
 Heather Mulder Peterson http://ankastreasures.wordpress.com/
November 16: 
Delphine Cubit 
 
Jana Nielsonhttp://www.izzyandivydesigns.com/?page_id=154
November 17: 
Kim Diehl http://henryglassfabrics.blogspot.com/
 Lizzie B Cre8ive http://dreamlaughcreate.blogspot.com/
Brenda Pinnick http://brendapinnick.typepad.com/

Happy Quilting and Merry Holidays!
Dawn

3 comments:

  1. Your table runner just screams "home sweet home" to me! Love it. I have loved collecting glass ornaments and seems like I was usually the person to decorate our tree too.

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  2. What a hoot; an upside-down tree!! Our tree was always a family decorating affair. I love traditional decorations and ones that have special meaning so our tree has an assortment of decorations. Glass ornaments are one of my special loves and I have many glass ones from my parents' trees. I even have one that my dad bought in his teens. This year he would have turned 99 so you can see that it's an old ornament; so special!

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  3. We do the themed tree once in awhile but I have so many ornaments that have memories attached sothat it is hard to do. I guess I need several trees. Your holiday spent at your grandmother's sounds like mine which also ended when my grandmother passed away. It is sad to me as my children have never had that experience and don't quite get why I am so close to all of my cousins. It was just different times back then.

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