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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Special Post for Napkin Challenge

This is a special post for Nina Lise's Napkin Challenge.  If you can, visit http://www.mrsmoen.blogspot.com/ to see what the other bloggers have made. 
Many of you have seen these pictures from previous posts (probably ad nauseum), but here they are again as part of the entry requirement.

I'm so glad I joined this challenge because it was interesting and fun, and made me do something I didn't think I could do.  Thank you, Nina Lise, for this great idea of yours and for this fun exercise in creativity.

First, lets start with the napkin.

I played with it a little.  The skinny ribbon and fun fur didn't work.

So I made a fabric ribbon and turned the block to point.  Much better.

I decided to make a wall hanging/table cover from the block.
All finished.

God Bless Everyone.  Don't forget to visit Mrs. Moen's blog.

10 comments:

Deborah said...

It's gorgeous! Love your photos of Moxie, too!

Carol said...

Gorgeous. Thanks for sharing your thought process.

Sharon said...

So lovely and festive. A treasure.

Ulla said...

Cute little quilt!

Dotti said...

Great wall hanging...it's always nice to pull out a themed quilt for the holidays!

Jean Burke said...

Your wallhanging is so pretty!! A lovely interpretation of the napkin. Happy holidays to you and your family! Peace....

Dolores said...

From napkin to wall hanging. What a great project and one you can take out every year and admire.

Mrs Moen said...

This is just beautilful; I love the bright colours together and it will look wonderful both on your table and wall! Thank you for playing along, I'm so glad you enjoyed the challenge.

QuiltSue said...

This is wonderful. I love the colours and it is really so Christmassy.

Ivory Spring said...

What a pretty wallhanging.

Thank you for visiting my Christmas Quilt Show post, and leaving the kind comment. I apologize for being late in visiting you back.

God bless.