My daughter went to visit her friend in Australia in November and they hit the quilt shop to buy me a Christmas gift...how fun is that? Check out these lovely Australian fabrics plus some blueberries because Amanda just had to take them home! Wonder why she isn't a quilter yet...fabrics are talking to her LOL.
We finished the traditional 1000 piece Sugar bush puzzle that has a price tag of $2.98 on it!! Can't remember when we got it, but probably in the 1980's. Our tradition was always to do this puzzle in December and we've revived that tradition again this year. There are five pieces missing.
We did this puzzle next and it only took us an evening and an afternoon and have since completed another puzzle.
Our Christmas tree this year...not a designer tree, but lots and lots of memories including the old lights that we bought at a boxing day sale before we got married!!
We had a folded foil star for several years and then I made this star soon after I started quilting in 1989. I should have added the date to the back of this star