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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

 Things are a little busy here at dutch blue's place. But never the less..we still decided
last Saterday to get out the Christmas decorations and give the house a Christmas makeover.
First the tree...and as you can see...i love color!!

Kerst 2009
 
A very sweet angel ornament

angel
 
Cute familie wearing red hats

Kerst
 
Red felt heart

Kerst
 
Santa claus and his (wife?)

Kerst
 
I believe December is the most busy month of the year. But it is also by far the most cosiest.
I love to lit the candles in the evening and the smell of the Christmas tree.
I love to do some handsewing projects while listening to Christmas music.
 
The red/ orange quilt is done.
 I used a charmpack "recess" from moda for the nine triangles blocks.

red/ orange mini quilt.
 
On my quilt hoop now....Dutch folklore.

Dutch folklore
Happy stitching
Enjoy your day!
 


32 comments:

Wipso said...

What a gorgeous collection of photos. I'm certain your house looks amazing for Christmas. Hope you have a really happy Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New Year.
A x

Heidi said...

Love your cheerful and colorful Christmas tree. I too think this is the coziest month of the year. We enjoy a warm fire and the glow of our Christmas tree. I am going to set up my village tonight finally as tomorrow is my quilt group's Christmas party. I treasure my village as my mother and sister made it for me. Since my sister passed away, it is all the more special to put it out each year.

Hugs ~
Heidi

Tabiboo said...

Beautiful and festive and so very warm and cozy. I love your little people family and the folklore quilt is beautiful the colours and patterns are gorgeous.

Happy Christmas,

Nina x

grey rabbit said...

One word will do for the whole post, LOVELY !!
Merry Christmas to you and yours
Susan x

méri said...

What a beautiful tree! And love that red hat family! and ... and everything!

A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2010 to you and your Family, Corry!

Anna said...

Warm and christmassy, love your tree!

Anna x

Steffi´s Candy Quilts said...

Beautiful pictures! Christmas is coming fast now, isn´t it?
I like your two quilts very much, two nice traditional patterns in very nice fabrics!
Steffi

Hi! My name is erica. Would you be my friend? said...

*sigh* Your post is so bright, happy and christmas-y! I love your decorations, and the quilt too! I wish I knew what your christmas music sounds like...

May I ask how you mark your quilt before you quilt it? Every time I see hand quilting I think I should try it. I took a class a while ago, but forgot all I learned...

Simo said...

Corry, ho da poco scoperto il tuo blog, è magnifico!!!!!!!
Sei davvero bravissima, complimenti
Simona dall'Italia

Karin said...

Wat een prachtige kerstspulletjes!
Mijn complimenten!
Veel plezier van en met al dat moois om je heen!

Karin

Elly said...

Supergave kerstspulletjes allemaal, maar je boom spant toch wel de kroon, wauw!!!!
Mooie quilts ook weer, waar haal je toch telkens de tijd vandaan???

carole ann said...

Corry what lovely photos, so festive. Your tree is beautiful and colorful.
Happy and Healty Holidays to you and your family.

lheurebleue said...

een prachtige quilt die zomerse gedachten oproept op deze winterse dag ...

Mãe da Rita said...

Lovely pictures, thanks for sharing!

nicolette said...

Those are really cute Dutch Blue Christmas decorations!! Love the red hat family!

Brenda @Cozy Little House said...

You and me both love our color! I'm so envious of you quilting. I loved to sit in the evenings with the tv on in the background and quilt away. Darned arthritis! Oh, but I so enjoy seeing you working on them. Looks like the same size quilting hoop I used. The dogs use to scramble underneath to sleep. These are gorgeous quilts! And what a lovely tree too!
Brenda

Celestial Charms said...

Your tree looks beautiful and festive. Love all your decorations, especially that wooden angel.
Maureen

Sandy Shirley said...

Corry - Santa must've dumped old Mrs. Claus for a younger woman!!! Or else having a mid-life crisis and having a fling!

Gayle (GardenofDaisies) said...

I love all the colorful ornaments on your beautiful tree! And your red quilt is so cheerful!

Judy @ daily yarns said...

What a beautiful tree Corry. December is always busy in our house. The quilt is gorgeous!

cathleen said...

What a lovely post. So cozy and Christmasy. I adore that you hand-quilt. I do too. It's becoming quite rare, don't you think? And the quilt is beautiful with all that blueness!!!!

Levin (and Emily) said...

everything looks gorgeous at your place!
l
x

Magia da Inês said...

Olá, amiga!
São lindos, criativos e alegres seus trabalhos.
Amei mesmo!!!
Parabéns!
Você é muito talentosa.
Espero você em:
magiadaines.blogspot.com
Beijinhos.
Itabira - Brasil

Oli Villarroel said...

pretty pictures..so cozy and warm...as the other friends said, your house should look gorgeous...
Happy holidays and a great 2010~

Marianne@Songbird said...

Wat een prachtige boom hebben jullie! Maar eigenlijk had ik natuurlijk stiekem niets anders van jou verwacht. De quilts zien er ook alweer zo mooi uit!
Liefs en veel plezier onder je mooie boom.

Julie said...

I know December is just so busy but I like to take the time to enjoy it! Your quilts are lovely and so is all of the Christmas decor.

Mrs Twins said...

YOur tree looks absolutely beautiful. Well done! I love all your Christmasy things! Nice time of year isn't it? A tree with the decorations makes the room so festive, warm and cozy.
Enjoy your Christmas!
Hugs and Love Suex
suesfavouritethings.blogspot.com

Michaela said...

Very nice tree; I love the colors;

Michaela

She'sSewPretty said...

I love your decorations!! Your quilt is beautiful too. That recess fabric is one of my favorites!

Gina said...

What great photos of some lovely Christmassy ornaments

Love and hugs Gina xxx

Jantine said...

Die rood wit vilten poppetjes zijn schitterend, je quiltjes mogen er ook zijn. Geniet je van het quilten van deze schitterende quilt?

blanket said...

The patchwork is well coordinated and looks very nice indeed.