Saturday, December 20, 2014

Christmas Topper Finished


I am happy to say that I have finished my Christmas wreath table topper.  It was my December goal for A Lovely Year of Finishes (link #8).  It is a very simple finish made with one of the Northcott Starry Night wreath panels.  I just cut off the snowflakes to make it about 23 inches square.  I quilted it simply by stippling to let the pretty print show. 


I added a green and gold fabric for the backing (also made by Northcott).  I think it will work great for St. Patrick's Day as well. 


The binding was left over from the quilt I finished last Christmas and they look so pretty together. 


Plus, I wanted to wish you all a very Merry Christmas from the Quilt Kisses Family. 


XX,
Jasmine

P.S.  I am linking up with Finish it Up Friday and the A Lovely Year of Finishes Party.

21 comments:

  1. Oh I really love this! I need to just buy the panel and the red tree one. I've been eyeing them for quite awhile :) Great family photo! Merry Christmas Jasmine

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  2. The wall hanging and the topper do look so festive together! Beautiful picture of you and your family! The pictures of the boys is just priceless!! May you all have a very merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year :)

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  3. Oh Jasmine, the print is gorgeous and it looks so nice with your wall hanging! I love that you can re-use it for St. Patrick's day, too. Merry Christmas to your family. xYvonne

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  4. Very pretty indeed - both look great together.
    Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family from Jenny - New Zealand.

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  5. Your topper is perfect to match your quilt-so glad you got it done in time :-) Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful family!

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  6. Your dining area looks so festive! Merry Christmas to you and that beautiful family!

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  7. Beautiful quilt and a beautiful family. Enjoy your Christmas!

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  8. Merry Christmas to you and your family. I love the pic of your boys !

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  9. Great work! Lovely family photos too - have a Merry Christmas!!

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  10. Aren't you just the cutest family? Delightful photos, Jasmine and, as usual, lovely quilting work.
    Merry Christmas, looking forward to following you again in 2015 :)

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  11. Merry Christmas Jasmine! The table topper looks so nice on your table with the wallhanging, and how fun you can use it again in March! I hope you and your family enjoy the holidays and have a great 2015!

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  12. It looks fabulous! What a lovely family picture! Merry Christmas Jasmine!!

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  13. The quilt are lovely. The topper is a perfect complement to the wall quilt. Have a wonderful Christmas with your beautiful family, Jasmine!

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  14. Your dining room looks lovely as does your beautiful family.

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  15. They look fab together! Merry Christmas to you and I hope you have a great new year!

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  16. Beautiful table topper. I love the snowflakes on the wreath, it makes it so happy. And of course, what a beautiful family.merry Christmas.

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  17. Found you on Joanne's blog links (Canuck Quilter), though I think I've visited you before...love the centrepiece and how well it matches the wallhanging! Great idea to make it do double-time on St. Paddy's Day! I've never used Minky on the back but it sure looks (and clearly must be cuddly!)

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  18. good looking quilts and great looking crew! thanks for sharing your holiday quilting with us on the interwebs

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  19. Beautiful topper, beautiful family! Merry Christmas!!!

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  20. you always make such pretty quilts. For St Pat's day too... heh heh you know you'll make something specific for that!
    The card of your family is just so beautiful. Congrats on raising good boys. Happy new year to you all. LeeAnna

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  21. They do look pretty together!
    I hope your boys (& hubby, too) enjoyed finding their Christmas quilts under the tree! xoxo

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