The tiny white dot on green is an Alexander Henry fabric. I love the simplicity of it. I'm going to use it to sash the next Christmas Cottage quilt I put together. The fabric on the right is a Japanese novelty fabric. It reminded me of a village to go with the cottage theme and I love all the details. It is an up and down print so some of everything appears upside down.
I love the outdoor touches like the deer and squirrel. I'm going to use this as the outer border for the cottages.
I like the tree, snowman, bird house and especially Santa's sleigh with the bag of toys in it. When I first looked at the fabric I thought it was a turkey in a roasting pan. But then I saw the bottom runners of the sleigh. I thought it would be funny and totally like some of the unusual stuff I've seen before in some of the Japanese fabric if it was a turkey.
This Christmas matryoshka fabric was a must. I just got a fat quarter and I am planning on making something for someone that reads my blog. So I can't say what it is.
Aren't the characters all so cute. My favorite is the reindeer that looks like a pig (to me). Can anyone else see that?
Even though this isn't actually Christmas fabric I got a little bit of it thinking I would make some ornaments out of it. I tried but didn't like the outcome too much. There plenty of other things I can use it for. I quite like the matryoshka horses.
Well Sunday is my 1 year blog anniversary. So check back in the next few days. I'm going to have a giveaway to celebrate. And I think I'll have more than 1 prize - after all it is the season of giving and I think it will be a fun one.
Have a good weekend.