Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Pillow Hop

I have to first apologize! I had looked over the info. I knew I was to post on the 29th! I got home VERY late on the 27th to find that somehow I missed the date change! Yes, friends my day was changed and supposed to be on the 27th! And let me go further and say I even posted the CORRECT schedule... set it to post for DECEMBER 21st!!! I am winning all around!
To further add insult to injury, my pillow is not complete! I only have a top! I will not give excuses, I just did not manage my time well!
With all of that said!! Let me introduce you to another Josie rule breaker!
First I want y'all to know... I did mine half the size of the pattern! YUP! And I think I am going to make it into a wall hanging and not a pillow. Yet another reason I did not finish, I am still deciding how to finish it! Why half size??? The truth is I have 600 four inch Christmas squares! I have no Christmas stash and decided this would be a great challenge to get to use some of my squares! I think it is a little dark and I might just skip the windows altogether! What do you think??
 I do love the little chimney!! he he it is just way to cute!
 I do hope everyone is having a great time on the hop! There are so many talented and creative quilters out there!! A HUGE thanks to Madame Sam and Pauline for hosting!! Please don't hang me by my toes for this one!!


Please also make sure to check out the other amazing bloggers and their pillows!!

Wednesday November 21

Thursday November 22

Friday November 23

 Monday November 26

Tuesday November 27

Wednesday November 28
Mary Jo - that other blog
  
Thursday November 29
Elaine - that other blog

Friday November 30
Linda - that other blog


Thanks so much for visiting!!
Josie :o)

9 comments:

  1. Love your project. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Great wallhanging!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Love to see it in a wall hanging. I love the idea to go with my pillow and make a small quilt to go with it. Next year! Thanks for sharing..Judith, Texas

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  4. Some times things just don't go as planned. LOL. Your row houses will make a lovely wall hanging. Thanks for posting even though it was late.

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  5. oh no don't you hate when that happens! At least you showed up fashionably late. Lovely work!

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  6. Can't wait to see the wall hanging finished. Very cute!

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