The Cottage Orné Quilt

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Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve in Wales is very stormy, as I believe it is in the rest of the UK?  However, far too much food has been bought and stored away - well it wouldn't be Christmas without a panic shop in M&S would it?  Today I'm going to have a catching up day, but before I start anything, I am taking a quiet moment to write to you all and wish you a healthy and happy time where ever you are and which ever way you celebrate.

We haven't had any EB for a while, so here are a few of my Christmas pots to help spread the message -



and here's part of a little Christmas quilt I made many years ago -



Lastly - just remember -





10 comments:

bep said...

What a lovely Christmas Emma's and quilt,
Bep

Phyllis said...

Ha, ha, I love that particular 'Keep calm' sign! Lovely quilt, reminds me of Jinny Beyer quilts. Have a lovely Xmas and best wishes for a healthy and creative 2014!

Mary Jenkins said...

Well spotted Phyllis! I was very much under the influence of Jinny Beyer when I made it! Her book Medallion Quilts was my bible then, but my tastes have changed and now my quilts aren't nearly so co-ordinated!

susanhal said...

and a very merry christmas to you too !
i like the rather fierce looking robin on the EB mug, never seen it before.
and your quilt is sooo rich and lush looking, lovely. see you in the new year
susan x

Diane-crewe said...

hope you can keep safe in this stormy weather .. not too bad here in Cheshire xx Have a wonderful time x at least you wont starve xx

audrey said...

Good to have lots of food and quilts to snuggle up with in stormy weather! Merry Christmas to you too.:)

Sue said...

Have a wonderful Christmas Mary.

regan said...

Have a very Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year!

Hillside Garden said...

Yes, Keep calm and do not shop so much at M&S!

Which you a merry Christmas too!

Sigrun

Jenny M said...

Hope the weather has improved. Best wishes for a lovely Christmas season.