Holiday Wishes Blizzard Quilt

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Blizzard table topper on DeckToday I am taking part in the Holiday Wishes blog hop put on by Fat Quarter Shop which will run for the next 4 Wednesdays in July. July is a great time to start working on holiday gifts or projects for  decorating your home for the holidays.Holiday Wishes
Holiday Wishes by Sherri Falls of This & That Pattern Company is available from Fat Quarter Shop, it includes 12 quilts for a homemade holiday. Each pattern is shown in full color and you will also find full color diagrams to help you in each step of making your quilt.

I received the book from Fat Quarter Shop and chose to make the Blizzard Table Topper. The table topper is actually made of 4 blocks and measures 36″ x 36″.  I decided to just make one of the blocks for my first table topper.
Blizzard pattern from Holiday Wishes bookThis is a perfect size for our table and I am also thinking that 3 of the blocks would make a beautiful Christmas table runner. That is what I will probably make with some of the new Christmas and Winter themed fabrics at Fat Quarter Shop.
Blizzard table topper on Deck

The patterns in Sherri’s book Holiday Wishes are very easy to follow. I used some batiks for my sample. Be sure and checkout Fat Quarter Shop’s Precuts of the Week, it is a great way to add to your stash!

Table topper with flowers on the deck
Beautiful batik table topper from the book Holiday Wishes by Sherri Falls

This will give you a idea of how the table topper looks done in a 18″ x 18″ size. I think making the Blizzard tabletopper full size would also be beautiful for a wall hanging.
Blizzard on table

Holiday Wishes by Sherri Falls of This & That Pattern Company

available from Fat Quarter Shop

Holiday Wishes Book

Be sure and visit Fat Quarter Shop’s blog for more info on this neat book and also rel=”nofollow” to see all the other bloggers taking part today and sharing other projects from the book.

This week’s other bloggers are:

Pam from Pam Kitty Morning

Melissa Cory from Happy Quilting

Kim from Persimon Dreams

Wynn from Zakk Aart

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  1. Looks great Connie. When I saw her new book this year I wanted it right away. So far however, I’ve hid my checkbook no matter how much I want it. I bought the one last year and really like it, so I’m sure I won’t be able to resist this one too much longer. LOL

  2. Pretty! Love purple and snowflakes!
    Question: is there some kind of opinion or view, about mixing batiks with other fabrics? When you use batiks, do you use them as background fabrics too, or use a nice solid like Kona?
    I won a beautiful bundle from Island Batik, and finally found a quilt-along project to use it. The problem is, there was only 1 yd of cream, which is what I’d like to use for background. But not enough for the project. It’s a neutral basic print that has become really scarce. What do you think–use up the cream I have, then find a similar solid to use the rest of the way? Or use just the solid for background? (I’m not into scrappy much; I prefer things to match and be consistent in my quilts.)

    1. Hi Rachell, I have always mixed batiks with other fabrics and there has never been a problem. I also wash and dry most of my quilts. I work a lot with Island Batik fabrics now and usually use a mixture of their neutral batiks when doing a quilt. This UFO is made with Hoffman batiks and I love using premium muslin, I actually buy it by the bolt.

      Experiment with a small project and congrats on your win!

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