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Christmas in July Blog Hop! Day 2

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Hello Fabric Lovers!

It’s day 2 of our “Christmas in July” Blog Hop! We hope you are inspired by our postings and are able to find the perfect project for that special someone. Today, we are going to feature our Christmas collections which are all available in your local quilt shop right now!

Craft Paper Christmas by Whistler Studios

Make your Christmas handmade! This craft paper inspired collection by Whistler Studios features a fantastic word print, cheerful snowmen, a great sweater stripe, and an all over print that can easily be fussy cut. In the traditional shades of red and green accented with cream and the color of craft paper, make your home festive for the holidays!

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“Strips” by Stephanie Sheridan of Stitched Together Studios is a great free pattern from this collection.


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“Ribbons” by Stephanie Sheridan of Stitched Together Studios – we love the border on this quilt!

Both of these quilt patterns are FREE downloads from our website!

Storybook Christmas by Whistler Studios 

Bring some vintage holiday cheer to your home with this 1930’s Christmas collection! Never before seen, the holiday spirit is alive and well in this line. Frolicking snowmen, Santa and his reindeer’s, snow globes, bells and holly along with other signs of the season are delightfully rendered by Whistler Studios. Featuring an adorable book panel that makes the perfect gift for your littlest one.

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“Holiday Forest” by Wendy Sheppard

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A Storybook Christmas” by Wendy Sheppard

This pattern features the soft book panel, and makes a delightful and interactive quilt to cuddle under during the winter time.

If you’re looking for something a bit more traditional for your holiday spread, look no further than “Holiday Traditions” by Whistler Studios.

What better way to wish your loved ones a Merry Christmas than with a quilt made from Whistler Studio’s newest holiday themed collection? Featuring a placemat panel accented by bright reds, deep greens and metallic golds, this collection is ideal for accenting any Christmas décor.

Star Light Star Bright

“Star Light, Star Bright”by Hilary Bobker  showcases this collection beautifully! Don’t forget to use the Placemat Panel for easy Holiday decor! Free pattern for the placemats can be found here!

Nordic Christmas by Rosmarie Lavin  is a delightful holiday collection! Stay warm this holiday season by wrapping yourself in a cozy quilt made from Rosemarie Lavin Design’s newest Christmas collection, Nordic Christmas. These Scandinavian inspired prints will add a touch of classic holiday nostalgia to any project. Also featuring a word print Christmas tree panel.

Check out this beautiful project “Joy Noel Peace”  by Heidi Pridemore using the panel! Perfect as a wall hanging!

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Our Christmas Booth Display at Fall Market 2015


You, lucky readers have a chance  to win a FQ bundle from one of these collections –

Please comment on this post below and tell us your favorite holiday memory!

Be sure to visit each stop on the hop for more chances to win and for more FANTASTIC projects!

Windham Fabric’s Christmas in July Blog Hop Stops

Day 1 : Wednesday , July 26th , 2016  Chris Dodsley of  Made by Chrissie D

Day 2 : Thursday, July 27th, 2016  Windham Fabrics

Day 3 : Friday, July 28th , 2016  Kristen Wright of Two Blondes and A Sewing Machine

Day 4 : Monday, August 1st, 2016 Wendy Sheppard of Ivory Spring

Day 5: Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016 Debby Kratovil of Debby Kratovil Quilts 

This giveaway is open to US residents only and closes on Wednesday, 3 August 2016 at 12 noon (EST). A winner will be chosen from the comments using a random number generator, contacted via email and shared at the bottom of this post. Giveaway bundles will be mailed directly from Windham Fabrics to the winner.

Best of luck!






61 thoughts on “Christmas in July Blog Hop! Day 2

  1. carol d. says:

    A very happy memory is the Banana cake with brown sugar frosting, it was so different from the other sweets, and it had a tiny pink ribbon bow on top for me their Christmas baby. Thanks for the chance to win!

  2. Daniela M says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is observing swimming carps in our bathtub. On Christmas Eve morning, dad processed them in the kitchen and then we were able to take a bath before the festive evening meal. (In Slovakia, there is a tradition to have a fried carp for Christmas Eve dinner).

  3. Marie Eddins says:

    I think my favorite line is ‘Star light, Star Bright’. There are so many precious memories, but I think one of my fondest was finally coming home to my parents in KY after being stationed in England with my Air Force husband for 4 years. We had 2 children that had been born overseas there and it was such a special Christmas coming home, being with family, and sharing in all our traditions with my two little tots!

  4. loved our Christmas trees when we were kids … went out and found the biggest, prettiest tree and chopped it down, lugged it home and set it up. the top of the tree was always bent over by the 10-ft ceiling so that the angel was always looking down on us.

  5. Katie h says:

    I loved going to my grandma’s house and spending time with the whole family. The food, smells, friendly faces! What great times!

  6. Fran in Mississippi says:

    When I was 6 years old, the bay where delivery ships docked was frozen in and the ship could not dock. We had to wait for Christmas a few days more. When the package was delivered, my sister and I were allowed to open the big box and have at it . . . Ice skates and all!

  7. Sandra Weston says:

    One of my favourite Christmas memories was the year we got married. We went to Lapland to visit Santa in his cabin in the forest. Coming out of the forest on snow skis and seeing the elves in the camp was magical!

  8. Lynn D in NC says:

    My favorite memory was getting a tape recorder with a recording from my father playing Santa Clause. I sure with I still had that tape.

  9. goonyburd says:

    When the kids were small, we turned the Christmas “big gift” into a treasure hunt. We’d leave clues, and when they solved them all it led to the big gift. It was fun!

  10. My favorite Christmas memory was when I wrote a story that the Kansas City Star published on Christmas day. I was born with a rare birth defect that because of the medical problems caused my parents to divorce. My mother raised not only myself but two other children all the while holding down a full time job. She was a single working mother long before that phrase existed. The story I wrote was for her, telling her how much the three of use admired her and appreciated her. In all the years of medical issues, stress and day to day living I never saw my mother shed a tear but that Christmas morning she cried as she read her Christmas story. Rina

  11. Jessica says:

    My favorite memory is being like 6 & I received an animal drum set & a big kitchen set. I just love being with family & there are so many good memories. Thank you for the giveaway.

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