Tuesday, October 6, 2015


Join us NOW...for Farmhouse Threads
Christmas Mystery Quilt
Blog Hop!

One of our favorite friends, Farmhouse Threads, has invited us to join them for their Christmas Mystery Quilt Blog Hop!  For 10 weeks, we will all share with you free patterns  to complete a Christmas Quilt..... just in time for Christmas!


Each week, one designer will post their pattern (9" finished block) to make a Christmas block using wool appliqué and embroidery on cotton.(some designers are offering block kits you can purchase). Week 10 will include the instructions to put all of these blocks together with some fun borders to complete your Christmas quilt. Finishing kits will be available from Farmhouse Threads. 


Make sure you sign up for each designer’s blog/website
to receive the free patterns.
  Please share our blog hop with your friends and
have them follow along! 

Hurry to Farmhouse Threads... NOW....

Week 1 - Farmhouse Threads
Christmas Candle

Week 1, October 3rd – Rhonda McCray, Farmhouse    Threads       http://farmhousethreads.blogspot.com

Week 2, October 10th  –  Shawn York, Rusty Crow             Quilt Shop     http://shawn-rustycrow.blogspot.com

Week 3, October 17th -  Debbie Busby, Wooden Spool Designs   http://woodenspooldesigns.blogspot.com

Week 4, October 24th – Joyce Weeks, Geoff’s Mom Pattern Co.  http://geoffsmom.blogspot.com

Week 5, October 30th  – Gloria Parsons, Olde Green Cupboard Designs http://oldegreencupboard.blogspot.com    (no kits)

Week 6, November 7th – Joan Grenke, Bits and Pieces by Joan  http://bitsandpiecesbyjoan.com

Week 7 November 14th – Kathy Campbell, Heart to Hand    http://www.hearttohand.com

Week 8, November 21st  – Jeni Gaston, Woolen Willow Designs  http://jenifromthewillow.blogspot.com

Week 9, November 28th – Lisa Bongean, Primitive Gatherings    http://lisabongean.com

Week 10, December 5th – Finishing Instructions from Farmhouse Threads http://farmhousethreads.blogspot.com

Have a great time with each of these patterns!  Remember... you can use them in different forms also! 
Rhonda's Christmas Candle would also make an
adorable pillow.... don't you think?  Or how about a candle mat?  Use your imagination and enjoy the designs we have made especially for each of you.

While visiting our blogs - we would love to have you shop on our websites for other patterns and items available to you!

Let the needles begin!!

Gloria, Vicky & Heather
Olde Green Cupboard Designs

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