Monday, July 11, 2016

Let's Get Quilting 2016 - 6 pc Bundle of Holiday Frost Flannel by Jan Shade Beach



In the middle of July, and the hottest days of the year...keep cool, and dream of the winter holiday season! Sign in for your chance to win this 6 pc bundle of Holiday Frost - a collection by Jan Shade Beach.

74 comments:

Quilting Tangent said...

Holiday projects are worked on all year long. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Linda said...

NEAT FOR EARLY CHRISTMAS IDEAS! THANKS FOR SHARING!!!
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Crickets Corner said...

To be honest I'm starting one this week. I cannot take the heat of summer so stay inside in the air and work on Autumn, Halloween and Christmas things. Rina

Martina said...

I normally start always late november... but this year I am lucky as i have done some already these past months, yay! Beautiful fabric! Would be awesome to win!

ledamewood said...

I don't like the pressure of sewing for Christmas, so I just make things for people as I like, and give it to them as I make it.

Renea said...

I love these fabrics. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

Lisa Marie said...

I work on gifts I will give at Christmas all year long. As for Christmas themed projects, I usually work on them in the fall. Or in January if the previous year's projects didn't get finished!

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

Pretty fabric! Thanks for the chance!!!

Judy Zoll said...

I am working on my Christmas projects now, but I will still be working on them in December! I manage to stretch out my projects to fit the time I have to get them finished. Thanks for the give away.

Emily C said...

I usually start is june or july.

Karen said...

I am making things for Christmas all year round.

Vicki H said...

I normally start in November, wishing I started in June.

Joanna said...

Because I love both autumn and Christmas fabrics, I tend to work on both in the fall. I'll say a definite November for Christmas projects.

Cindy M said...

HaHaHa! I've been working on mine since January! It's a never ending process! These fabrics are beautiful, how fun they'd be to work with!!

Barb N said...

I absolutely love Henry Glass winter/holiday fabrics and look forward to see what you come out with each year. And these are my favorite colors - perfect!

mangozz said...

I always wait until the last minute and then race to try and finish in time.

Linda said...

Wonderful colors. The free patterns are lovely.Itry to start Holiday projects before the summer begins.

Sherri said...

Love the choice of deep red with light grays. These say Christmas time all over. Thanks for early peek.

LeAnne said...

I usually start in November. I have great intentions to start earlier, but it never seems to happen.

Michele T said...

Most years I start planning for Christmas gift making projects in October.... I like to be prepared!!

Deb said...

I usually start in November....not too early, not too late! :)

SewDoUQuilt said...

I need to start earlier this year, maybe October, if I'm lucky.

Irene Storteboom said...

I usually start around the middle of November, but as a new quilter this year, I will most likely start sooner rather than later

scottylover said...

I usually start in November, after we draw names in my family.

Sandy A

teachpany said...

What a pretty collection! Great design, and I love the rich red. I usually start in October, but most of what I make are gifts, and not really in holiday fabric. I do need to make a new tree skirt and stockings this year, though. I may be looking for fabric for that soon. Thanks for the inspiration and the fun.

joanne roberts said...

I've already started making Xmas ornaments. Lo!
Its never too early is it

Anonymous said...

I uisually start in August

Pauline Gudas
pgudas@roadrunner.com

Stitchin At Home said...

December of course.

lindawwww said...

I gather ideas for Christmas sewing all year and usually start my sewing in September. This is such a beautiful Christmas bundle!

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Lee said...

I start after Thanksgiving! thank you!

Cecilia said...

November, if I'm early. 😊

Kathy E. said...

My character does not allow me to start holiday projects much before the month they occur in! I am a procrastinator big time, so it is December for sure when I will start a Christmas project!

Janie said...

This year I started going through my stash in June to start Christmas gifts. I have completed a table runner so far. :)

Joyful Quilter said...

Love red and silver together. Thanks for the giveaway.

Katy M said...

Usually August 😀

Cathie said...

Holiday flannels - how fun - can't wait to see them in person.

Beth said...

January, when I am very motivated. Then I slack off in March, and pick up in earnest in August. Happens like clockwork, every year. When will I learn? Not this year, apparently.

Cathy Calloway said...

I try to get going in the fall - by Oct at least!

OhioLori said...

LOL....sounds like me most times...tho I reallllly try hard to be started in the Spring. Seems like when September comes around, I go into semi-panic mode! giggle... But I seem to skid into Christmas with projects finished & wrapped!! Happens almost every year!! :/

Thank you for chance to win this Awesome bundle!! :)

Rebecca said...

Ok, yes, I can start thinking about winter and what gift I could make with these, thanks....

GranChris said...

I usually start in August or Sept but it depends.

Claire Sutherland said...

I usually start in October although it will be early this year as we are expecting our first baby in December !
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Sherry said...

I do start making Christmas gifts sometime in the fall, late fall. I tell myself each year that July is a good time to start but it does not happen.

Linda B said...

I usually start in September

Kathy said...

all year round - I love, love, love Christmas

Susan L. said...

I usually work on my Christmas gifts all year, so I might start as early as January.

delaineelliott said...

I generaly like to start my Christmas projects in June or July. Thanks!

lalaluu said...

Living in Texas, it's too hot to start thinking about Christmas projects until about November, so that's when I generally start panicking, uh, I mean, working diligently.

cjmont said...

i try to start early in oct. but don't always make it.

Sheila said...

I usually start some sewing for christmas in September, I'd like to start earlier but seems summer is too busy .

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I usually start my Christmas projects in March.

Sandra Walker said...

Bahaha, uh November? Maybe? Often I do stuff in December too, as I LOVE Christmas and I am SO in the mood then. However, seeing this luscious collection makes me want to sew something now, especially when it's over a 100 with the humidity today!

Jacque said...

I hate to admit it because I start off each year with good intentions....then I am sewing like mad in December! Thanks for the chance to win!

Connie Cain said...

I always say I am going to start the day after Christmas, but never happens. :)
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Allison CB said...

I prepare for Christmas - all year!!!

anna brown said...

I start mine in sept. if all goes well...But finishing them in December..lol ... happyness04431@yahoo.com

JANET said...

Late in the year: Oct, Nov, Dec. Too many other things during the year to make. Even if I started early, something would push it back.

Diane Beavers said...

October, usually.
This year I started this month (July) and have finished two small gifts. Thank you.

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MoeWest said...

I usually start in September or October. Summer is busy with gardening and enjoying the good weather.

Nancy said...

I don't make Christmas projects!

MtnJudy said...

Christmas projects are on my list in September ...once the temperatures drop, I get in the mood.

Jen Barnard said...

I've only ever made 2 small christmas projects, but they were probably started in december.
jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

Sally K said...

I don't have a usual time to start Christmas projects. I seem to start them all year long. But I do tend to have several in July and August with so many Christmas in July posts.

Havplenty said...

I usually start my Christmas holiday sewing around August or September. This year my sister and I started earlier in June since we are making several different things. Starting earlier will ensure that we get most of them done. :)

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Janarama said...

I usually start my sewing for Christmas gifts in September.

Kathy Gorman said...

December! ( Occasionally a little earlier ;) )

quilter said...

I usually start Christmas gifts in June or July, NOTE I did not say that is when I finish them.
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Rose Selman said...

I try for starting Christmas projects by October but it doesn't always turn out that way!!

Rose Santuci-Sofranko said...

LOL, I'd have to say December too....that is if I actually get ANY started! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

sisylyn2 said...

it is such a lovely set of fabrics

Vicky said...

Year-round is the intent, but reality--November is when the push happens!

Vicky said...

Year-round is the intent, but reality--November is when the push happens!

sisylyn2 said...

I usually start my Christmas projects in January right after the last Christmas

Marian Allen said...

I try about September or October - I just can't do it when it is hot out!