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House Warming

We received over 6″ of snow yesterday, so I’m pretty sure my house is cold.  To help warm it up and give a little Christmas cheer I’ve brought out my Christmas quilts.  I’ve hung the Twelve Rows of Christmas by the back door.  That door gets open and shut a lot.  With comings and goings and Spike  wanting to go play in the white stuff, I’m sure my house appreciates this added warmth.

Next our cheery snowman and his holiday tree gives warmth to the kitchen.

Festive holiday houses welcome visitors in the living room.

Finally a Let it Snow table topper welcoming the snow outside because we are snug as a bug with all our house warming quilts.


  • hetty says:

    Love your Christmas quilts! I took my 'Let it Snow' quilt out a couple of days ago.

  • Julierose says:

    Your Christmas quilts are so cute, Em! I just finished my first piece for "MOI"–I plan to use it for my Christmas celebration the day after with my children…hugs,Julierose

  • Mary Ann says:

    My husband (a born and raised Georgian) thinks I am crazy that I miss snow but I do! A number of years ago, maybe 4 or 5, we had a snow storm here in Georgia on my birthday. My kids and I were out it in for hours- sledding down the hill we live one, making snowmen and just having a blast. It was my best adult birthday ever! Mary Ann

  • Needled Mom says:

    Those will certainly warm any house.

  • Karen says:

    Is the snow pretty? New fallen snow usually is. Not that I have seen any in a long time.
    Do you remember if the snowman is a Country Threads pattern? I made a snowman that looks so much like yours only it doesn't have the tree and triangles. It was from a Country Threads pattern.

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