12 Days of Best Christmas Quilts 2012 — Day 11

Best Christmas Quilts 2012  235x300 12 Days of Best Christmas Quilts 2012    Day 11Welcome back to our 12 Days of Best Christmas Quilts 2012, can you believe it’s already Day 11?! We hope you’ve been enjoying the blog tour and had a chance to pick up a copy of 12 Days of Best Christmas Quilts 2012. Which is available at your local quilt shop, bookstore, newsstand, or online at the Quilt and Sew Shop.

Our blog stop today is Anna Griffin Inc. I’m sure most of you have heard of Anna Griffin and know their elegant, sophisticated prints. Beside sumptuous fabric, Anna Griffin also offers quilt projects, paper craft projects, Christmas ornaments and decor, dinnerware, frames, table linens, and more.

Anna Griffin Twinkling Tree 12 Days of Best Christmas Quilts 2012    Day 11

Twinkling Trees - 39" x 54"

Simple piecing and fusible applique showcase beautiful Christmas prints in Twinkling Trees, designed and made by Joanie Holton and Melanie Greseth of Tailormade by Design. This sparkling wall hanging features the Twinkle Bright collection from Anna Griffin.

Take a look around the Anna Griffin website for more fibers, projects, and decor. If you leave a comment on Anna Griffin’s blog by midnight MDT tonight – Tuesday, September 4 – you’ll be entered for a chance to win a bundle of Twinkle Bright from Anna Griffin Inc. Comments on this blog are not entered into the drawing.

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Caitlin Dickey is the editorial assistant for Quilters Newsletter.
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53 Responses to 12 Days of Best Christmas Quilts 2012 — Day 11

  1. jutev says:

    Twinkle Twinkle – Please shine on me!

  2. Pat Waters says:

    Just what I could use. With the death of my husband some months ago I woulg like to have something for my grandchildren, but not a blow out tree A usual, hte would be perfect. Where could I get pattern? Pat Waters

  3. Pat Waters says:

    Just what I could use. With the death of my husband some months ago I would like to have something for my grandchildren, but not a blow out tree As usual, this would be perfect. Where could I get pattern? Pat Waters

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