On with the Christmas themed TBT! I love pulling out that red and green Rubbermaid tote from the storage area and putting up the "Early Decorations." This wall hanging is one of those. I like to hang early in December so I can enjoy it for as long as possible!
I attempted not to repeat fabrics in the trees in the manner of my Q-Squared pal, Q-D. She's kind of known for that. In fact, she was the one who brought this pattern into our little group. I think we've all made one now. Well, except for Anja @ Anja Quilts. She doesn't do paper piecing!
As you can see, these were made well before the advent of process pics or a design wall. The design floor had to suffice. As I haven't yet unpacked the "Early Decorations", I went with vintage pics. Yes, vintage. That's what we're calling poor lighting and badly cropped pics these days. Just go with it! ☺ I'd love to make this again (sans border). I'm thinking Cotton + Steel Sprinkle as the background. Heck, maybe the whole thing in C+S. Reimagining projects is one of my favourite parts of Throwback Thursday.
Now it's your turn! Link up a Christmas/Hanukah/Kwanzaa/Solstice/International Day of Glitter project from your dark quilty past. We've got another sweet giveaway up for grabs from Fabric Please!
- Link-up a blog post telling all about a quilt from your past. Don't forget to link to A Quarter Inch from the Edge in your post or grab the Throwback Thursday button for your sidebar.
- Leave a comment on this post telling me about your favourite childhood Christmas present (mine was a dollhouse kit that my dad and I spent the months of January and February building!)
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Thank you to everyone for supporting this little link-up for the past 5 months. I've still got lots of Throwback projects to blog about so we'll see you back here on January 7th, 2016!