12.12.2010

A Bit of Christmas Whispering~

                                                                              

On Jude Hill's blog she is sharing a very special holiday present with us.  She's been building a couple of Christmas cloths and she's sharing her progress by way of PDF files and video's (Free!).  What a treat!  If you've never taken a class from her this is an excellent chance to see what a wonderful teacher she is.  So, in between making hand-crafted gifts and catching up on some obligations, I've been trying my hand at a couple of holiday cloths.  I'm almost done with one and have a couple more laid out and ready to stitch.  It's a lot of fun.  Go on over to Jude's blog and play along!!!  If you click on the Title of this post it will take you to Jude's blog!

11 comments:

twhIch aye said...

oh so festive! love that moonface... i haven't started stitching along yet, but i just came across some fabric that i think was asking to be in one (holiday cloth) :) much love!

twhIch aye said...

i had to say, i came back to your page and silent night was playing... the cloth goes so well with this song. i had to just sit and stare...

jude said...

oh these are so happy!

woman with wings said...

Debi, I love your reds on blues and your moon topping the littlest tree. This is a case where ms. red says happy, happy, joy instead of rush, rush, shop!

And my favorite girl, Sarah M., just started singing.

Thank you!

Els said...

These are wonderful Debi. I especially love the dotted trunks and the stitching around it!

mendofleur.com said...

I love what you have done with Jude's class. These look so happy, just like a holiday cloth should look. Happy holidays to you.

Gilli said...

Wonderful Debi! The holiday spirit in cloth :)

joe said...

what fun! makes me want to set the midwinter long cloth aside for a moment or two and work on a festive holiday tree of my own! i'll have to dig around in the job box on the truck and see what scraps are hiding in there that might work (i know, most men have tools and cr*p in their job boxes...i have scraps of fabric, old clothes, thread bundles and needles...hahahaha).

Kristin Shields said...

These trees are fabulous!

Deb G said...

Love these trees! Looks like you've been busy....

RKH said...

What a great piece! It just shouts of Christmas. Love it!
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