I've been mostly keeping up with the mystery quilt schedule and I'm all set for the next set of instructions on January 7 for the Morewood Mystery. I opted for a Hanukkah quilt, which I'm looking forward to enjoying next Fall as Hanukkah begins November 28 in 2021. The mystery quilt along wraps up in April which gives me plenty of time for quilting and binding by November. :-)
I chose this luscious blue Alison Glass Sun Print (2018 Compass in Lapis) for my background fabric, partnering it with Kona Blueberry, two Hanukkah prints from my stash and the silver and white dots. This month we made more HSTs that we turned into hourglass (or QST) units. And now all of our fabrics are in play!
I look forward to seeing how these components go together!
It's become a tradition for me to share my top five blog posts of the year. This year the trend is all about community: monthly linkups I've hosted, a challenge I participated in, and a blog hop about holiday traditions. Seems fitting that 2020 would be focused on connecting with others. Incidentally, if you haven't already linked up a project to this month's Show Me Something... hop on over and Show Me Something That's a Gift! (You've probably delivered those gifts by now, right?)
Top Five 2020 Posts
- Show Me Something Kickoff and Show Me Something Purple Linkup - 2123 pageviews
- Project QUILTING 11.2: Team Colors - 1208 pageviews
- Show Me Something with Triangles Linkup - 1186 pageviews
- Hanukkah Traditions - 897 pageviews
- Show Me Something Rainbow - 774 pageviews
Visit my Best of 2015, Best of 2016, Best of 2017, Best of 2018, and Best of 2019.
I'm linking up to Cheryl's Best of 2020 Linky Party.
I'm participating in Cheryl's 31 Day Blog Writing Challenge.
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To all who are celebrating, Merry Christmas!