Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Poinsettia House and Ginger Blossom

I'm just popping in to give a little progress update on Poinsettia House. The trim has been painted, the windows installed, and some snow fell as well. I really love this piece more with every stitch I put in it!

And look what the UPS guy brought today for my quilting adventures! Some Ginger Blossom and Kona cuts from And let me just say that they were very generous with these cuts!

Happy Wednesday and happy stitching to everyone!


Jill said...

Hi Kim!
Thanks for visiting my blog and your great comment. I love that Poinsetta House your doing. I might have to put that on my "to do" list. Happy Stitching!

Sharlotte said...

Poinsetta House is looking really nice! Love the fabrics. I have ordered fabric from the same company before. Don't you love it when they make those generous cuts?!

Julie M said...

We have Poinsettia House at the shop. You are sorely tempting me with it!

Lovely fabric!

Nicole said...

Wow Kim, those fabrics are beautiful! Poinsettia House is looking great too! :)

Kathy A. said...

Pointsettia House is looking beautiful. Love your description of the stitching.
Your new fabrics are so yummy!

FayeRaye said...

Hey Kim,....I love Poinsetta House!!..and I look forward to getting to know you better through the Stitching Friends through the Seasons blog...Nice to meet you!

Sally said...

Very pretty progress. I really love the colours in this piece.

Karyn said...

Oh Kim, it looks gorgeous, I love that chart :) Your fabric is fabulous! LOL. Thanks for visiting my blog today...and Peace be with you :)

Linda K's Creativity Works said...

I just found your Blog and now I am one of your Followers.

I love your WIP...that is going to be so pretty.

I am going to make my first Wall Hanging this year. I belong to two Quilting Groups in my area. Your Material is so pretty.

I too have a Blog and here is the link:

I would love to have you as a follower on my Blog as well.

Take care & Happy Stitching
Hugs :)

Suzanne said...

Great progress on your house. I love the fabrics.