Celebrate Christmas with That Patchwork Place :: Giveaway & Review!


Posted on July 9th, by Amy in books, give away. 82 comments

I can hardly believe that it’s July, and not nearly ready to start thinking about sewing for Christmas. But if you are – I have the perfect book for you! Celebrate Christmas with That Patchwork Place is packed with fun and festive projects for your home, and great gifts too!

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I’m loving a number of these projects, and with over 20 to choose from there’s something for everyone! Bags, pillows, wall hangings, ornaments, and so much more. Take a look :

Celebrate Christmas - AmysCreativeSide.com

I think my favorites are the table runners in both of these groups. They are creative and festive, and would add the perfect touch of Christmas decor to the most used piece of furniture in my home – the kitchen table!

Celebrate Christmas - AmysCreativeSide.com

Would you like to win a copy of the book? Read on!

Celebrate Christmas - AmysCreativeSide.com

Leave me a comment to be entered to win an ebook of Celebrate Christmas with That Patchwork Place!

Do you have a special piece of decor, that completes your holiday season?

I will select a winner on Monday, July 14th.

Good Luck!

Amy

You can check out all the projects here, and shop on amazon here: Celebrate Christmas with That Patchwork Place: 22 Festive Projects to Quilt and Sew

View all the other posts in the tour by following these links :

Thursday, June 26: Stitch This!
Friday, June 27: Pat Wys at Silver Thimble Talk
Saturday, June 28: Kim Brackett at Magnolia Bay Quilts
Monday, June 30: Rebecca Silbaugh at Ruby Blue Quilts
Tuesday, July 1: SewCalGal
Wednesday, July 2: Cindy Lammon at Hyacinth Quilt Designs
Thursday, July 3: Generation Q
Saturday, July 5: Cheryl Brown at Quilter Chic
Monday, July 7: Jen Eskridge at Reanna Lily Designs
Tuesday, July 8: Kathy Brown at The Teacher’s Pet
Wednesday, July 9: Amy Ellis at Amy’s Creative Side

 





82 thoughts on “Celebrate Christmas with That Patchwork Place :: Giveaway & Review!

  1. 1
    Anita says:

    I have a Christmas Tree quilt that has to be hung up on the wall.

  2. 2
    Judy Sawin-Stahnke says:

    My Christmas decor would be incomplete without a balsam centerpiece made by me from our very own tree.

  3. 3

    Our first christmas living together we bought a Playmobil nativity, so every year we put up all our christmas decor around this.

  4. 4
    Delaine says:

    We have a wall quilt with a stocking on it that goes up every year. Thanks!

  5. 5
    Gaila C says:

    I have a Snowball candy bowl that I would be shot if I didn’t put out each year. I have had almost 30 years. My youngest daughter would be heart broken I think if she came for Christmas and the snowball was not filled with her favorite chewy peppermint candies. Ya know the ones with the Christmas tree in the center.

  6. 6
    Laura B says:

    I’d have to say the tree is the key to my Christmas decorations. I can leave everything else out, and the tree makes it feel complete.

  7. 7
    Patricia says:

    My kids are in their 20’s and 30’s and if I didn’t leave out the Cookies for Santa cup and plate they wouldn’t believe it was Christmas!!

  8. 8
    Allison Evrard says:

    We have a quilted tree skirt that I finished a few years ago. It adds the perfect touch to the tree.

  9. 9
    Julia says:

    The tree makes our Christmas complete! And each year, we get bigger and bigger trees. Last year the angel’s head touched the peak in our cathedral ceiling!

  10. 10
    KarenH says:

    We use a Christmas quilt on the bed every Christmas season!

  11. 11
    Barb N says:

    I have these ceramic candle holders that spell out NOEL. They were my mom’s and every time I place them out for Christmas it feels like she’s there celebrating with us!

  12. 12
    Gaye Mathusek says:

    We have a Christmas stocking on the mantel for every member of our family, including Coco Chanel, our cocker spaniel. Even though some of my kids are grown, they all look for their Christmas Stockings to be filled! And then mailed out after the Holidays. When we had a house full of young kids, they could open their stockings as soon as they were up to give Mom and Dad a few more minutes of sleep.

  13. 13
    Beth says:

    I would say the angel on the top of the tree – we put her on last and then everything feels right!

  14. 14
    Debra says:

    Christmas would not be complete without our nativity set which we arrange together as a family.

  15. 15
    Judy Cinerari says:

    Some really beautiful, original designs.

  16. 16
    Betsy says:

    The Christmas season starts with the hanging of my son’s advent calendar that I made for him when he was little. We know all the ornaments by heart. On Christmas Eve, the ornament is always Santa in his sleigh with Rudolph.

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    Vicky says:

    The tree is the icing on the cake for us. Whether it’s decorated with just Disney ornaments or with ornaments collected over the years, the kids always look to see where their favorite ornament is hung. The book has some wonderful projects. A wonderful addition to anyone’s library. Thank you for the giveaway.

  18. 18
    Claudia says:

    A jim shore naivity that I just love.

  19. 19
    Barbara M says:

    I have a tree skirt that I stenciled and quilted the first year I was married (’81). Love this book

  20. 20
    Susan P says:

    We put all our Christmas/winter-themed quilts on all our beds and sitting areas. They come out after Thanksgiving and we use them until mid-January. My favorite time of year!

  21. 21
    Karen M says:

    The most important decoration in my house is the Merry, Merry Snowmen quilt that I hang by the dining room table. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

  22. 22
    Lisa Marie says:

    I have a bunch of holiday decorations that I have made or collected over the years. I like to mix it up from year to year!

  23. 23
    Shawna says:

    My collection of Nativity sets makes Christmas decorating complete.

  24. 24
    SandraR says:

    I have a patchwork Christmas tree made of folded triangles. I have to make two more this year for my daughters! Thanks for the chance.

  25. 25
    Gayle Grier says:

    Really like the “Tree Pillow” project from this book. We don’t have one particular piece, but enjoy all the pieces we have added over the years. Thanks.

  26. 26

    We deck the heck out of the halls inside our home, but for me we’re not Christmas ready until the wreaths are hung on our double front doors. Last year, I made new glittered tulle wreaths …
    http://www.handiworking.com/2013/12/glitter-me-happy.html
    Would dearly love to have this holiday patchwork book!

  27. 27
    Linda Webster says:

    I have a large wall quilt that has 16 different Christmas blocks, both pieced and applique, that four of my best friends made for me. Christmas starts for me when I hang up that very special quilt – on December 1.

  28. 28
    Sandy says:

    I have a vintage Avon advent calendar from the 70’s, every day you move the little mouse to a different pocket. It just doesn’t feel like Christmas until that gets hung on the wall and the countdown begins!

  29. 29
    Dawn Hollingsworth says:

    It just wouldn’t be Christmas without hanging our 17 stockings :)

  30. 30
    Pam Willey says:

    The tree! Hanging all the ornaments that have been collected since ’75, ( i really need 3 trees!), just makes it Christmas and the creche that the kids moce all the pieces around on!

  31. 31
    Nancy N says:

    I have a homemade angel whose body consists of pink feathers. Pink was my favorite color when I was in elementary school. That angel has graced tree tops, Nativity sets and other places for over 50 years. She still appears every Christmas.

  32. 32
    Linda says:

    I have a wallhanging I made when my children were small. It comes out every year!

  33. 33
    Pauline says:

    I make quilts, wall hangings and tablerunners that I enjoy, but my special Christmas contribution that makes me feel that my Christmas is complete is the personalized ornaments that I make for my whole family. They are usually made of felt and I base the ornaments on a special event for that person that year. There is not always a really special event and so I use ideas from that persons life of things that they love – I use novelty buttons (tons of those about for all kinds of subjects from toys to the EIffel Tower), I embroider dates, names, words describing characteristics or hobbies etc. I really really enjoy making them and I have to start early because they are highly embellished with beads and sequins too. They make me happy.

  34. 34
    Alli says:

    I’ve been working on making Christmas ornaments every year, so now I love to bring out our felt ornaments and knitted stockings for the kids! :)

  35. 35
    Elizabeth Bryan says:

    Very hardto choose., but the first things I put out are
    My lit up church and quilt shop, and JimShore nativity

  36. 36
    Christy says:

    The tree ornaments are always the finishing touch to our Christmas decor. We have quite an eclectic grouping. Everything from a popsicle stick snowman face that my son made a few years ago to a felt fish that I made way back in 1972!

  37. 37
    Christine Robinson says:

    I have some ornaments I brought from the UK so they always remind me of home.

  38. 38
    Gill says:

    I have a handmade advent calender that I made over 20 years ago!

  39. 39
    Kay M says:

    Hello! I used to have a snowman family that I loved! We used it every year for at least 20 years – unfortunately our garage caught on fire right after Christmas last year and EVERYTHING burned! So sad, so we will be starting over this year! Bad that we lost so much, but good that we are able to start over.

  40. 40
    VickiT says:

    I guess it might sound corny, but once my children’s ornaments from the year they were born and the ornament my husband and I got the year we were married all hung onto our tree I feel better and ready for the holiday season. It’s just not Christmas without those being hung on our tree.

  41. 41
    Tanya says:

    I’ve got a whimsical Christmas tree skirt I made a few years ago. The tree is not complete with out it! Thanks for the giveaway

  42. 42
    Susan McPherson says:

    Christmas is my favorite time of year. I love the little frame bags, but would probably make it all. Please pick me!!

  43. 43
    Cathie Lanier says:

    I really love the table runners in the book. The item that I just have to put up for Christmas is a wreath on the front porch. It just says Christmas to me.

  44. 44
    Jackie says:

    I love snowmen and have them all over my house.

  45. 45
    Kati R. says:

    No, I don’t at the moment, but swear to make something every year :)) I love the table runner with the circles in the narrow border.

  46. 46
    Sallie says:

    A nativity set

  47. 47
    Judy F says:

    Besides the Christmas tree, it just wouldn’t be Christmas without the stockings I cross-stitched for my sons hanging from the mantel.

  48. 48
    NancyL says:

    The Christmas tree is essential, with the quilted angel topper.

  49. 49
    Cecilia says:

    A nativity set that is 20 years old. I love the snowmen stockings in this book. :-)

  50. 50
    Janet says:

    A mummerer ornament that my son-in-law gave me. I love it.

  51. 51
    Debbie Chenoweth says:

    It’s not Christmas without a tree.

  52. 52
    Wendy welsh says:

    I love to get out my cross stitched gingerbread house and church.

  53. 53
    Marjory Wilkin says:

    I have a beautifully painted little hanging Madonna which was sent to my grandmother by her German relatives stuck in the East just after WW II.

  54. 54
    Judy says:

    My quilted table cloth! Christmas Cactus!

  55. 55
    Mara says:

    My mother gave me a very small nativity set that I put out each year.

  56. 56
    Janie says:

    I have several Christmas themed wall hangings. Thanks for the chance.

  57. 57
    Jess says:

    I’ve just started to get into Christmas decorations (beyond a little tree and a few ornaments). I worked on crocheted snowflakes last year; my hope was to get enough to make a garland but it didn’t happen – maybe this year! :) I’ve yet to make stockings; I looked at the pictures for this and the white one is rather pretty.

  58. 58
    QuiltinKat says:

    My Christmas tree with it’s multi-generational ornaments. When I gently unwrap each ornament it is like a trip down memory lane complete with smiles, tears, and laughs as I remember the giver of each special one.

  59. 59
    Casandra says:

    I pull out my Christmas quilt to lay on the couch. So heartwarming! Thanks for the giveaway Amy!

  60. 60
    Lee says:

    Its not the holiday without my great grandmothers ornaments on my tree! thanks!

  61. 61
    Karole Walla says:

    We rushed to ND from our home 3 years ago when we found out our granddaughter had been placein foster care. When Christmas rolled around and I didn’t have the beloved nativity I had collected and built over 50 years, my husband and I decided that we would start another one that our granddaughter could keep and build on for her family when she grew up. Three years later she is still with us, we are still in ND and I we are deciding which piece to add this year.

  62. 62
    Carrie P. says:

    I made a wool tree skirt several years ago. I love seeing it sit under my tree.

  63. 63

    I need some Christmas patterns, thanks

  64. 64
    Barbara L says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win! My favorite Christmas decoration is a HoHoHo
    hanging that I made 10 years ago; I just love
    Christmas!!

  65. 65
    carla bynum says:

    Hi!!!! Looks like a lot of fun!!!!! I usually make an angel for the tree top!!!!

  66. 66
    Tabitha K. says:

    My nutcrackers are my favorite thing to put out for the holidays! Thanks for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

  67. 67
    LINDA says:

    Hi, we like using the traditional reds +greens for Christmas and displaying the wooden Nativity set!
    Thanks for sharing!

  68. 68
    Kathy O in GA says:

    I have some garland that has faded to a gorgeous silvery gold…it belonged to my mother in law. We treasure the ornaments that she gave to our children each year as well.

  69. 69
    Debbie Barnes says:

    The first things I put out for Christmas are my two original AnnaLee creations (2 Christmas mice.) We got them when my daughter was about 8 (she’s now in her 30’s) and they are very special!

  70. 70
    Vicki H says:

    I have an Avon advent calendar that we hang every year for about 30 years now. When the kids were at home, we would put candy in each days pocket.

  71. 71
    Sandy K says:

    We always put up a Christmas village on the mantel.

  72. 72
    KatieQ says:

    My birthday is in December. When my children were small, my husband would take them to pick out a piece to add to our Nativity scene. They are adults now and our Nativity scene is huge. They still love to look at the figures and remember which ones they picked out and why they chose them.

  73. 73
    Karrie Smith says:

    We have been using the same Christmas tree decorations as long as I remember. My mom tried to get a “grown up” set once, but we ended up not liking it and she took it back to the store…or something with it. A lot of them were handmade by me and my sister. They are even now more special since, my sister passed about 4 years ago at 29 yo.

  74. 74
    Sarah says:

    I have a beautiful Christmas wall hanging, and a home made nativity.

  75. 75

    Christmas in Australia is midsummer. I try to avoid decorations with snow on them cause it just isn’t our Christmas but they are everywhere. I have a Willow Nativity scene that I love to put out. Because the story of the birth of Christ is central to our Christmas I try to use as many decorations whose roots are in the Christian tradition as I can

  76. 76
    SandraR says:

    I have a Christmas tree wall-hanging that everyone likes. Thanks for the chance.

  77. 77
    Jo J says:

    This year I hope to make paper star garlands. I’ve seen a great project for this in a Mollie Makes Christmas book. Usually it’s just a small (fake) tree with a few baubles and coloured lights.

  78. 78
    Anne says:

    We have a Christmas tree wall hanging. Also I made a fun and done Christmas quilt that is so bright and cheery. Thanks for the giveaway.

  79. 79

    I adore my nativity sets!

  80. 80
    Mary says:

    I think it is the wreath on the front door. It starts the whole holiday experience.

  81. 81
    Amy C says:

    Yes – I have a willow woven angel that I love to put out – she is so lovely and handcrafted.

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