Monday, October 9, 2017

Christmas Caroling Row Along - Sharing

Hi!  Welcome to Masterpiece Quilting!

The last few weeks have been super busy with the Christmas Caroling Row Along. 



I have absolutely enjoyed reading everyone's blog and seeing the rows they have designed. If you want to read more about my row, it was the Jingle Bells Row.




As we wrap up the Row Along I want to share the blocks that I made.  There were so many gorgeous rows, it was hard to make a decision which ones I wanted to make.

The four rows that I made and then incorporated into a quilt are: 

Let it Snow by Susan Arnold  

Deck the Halls by Nancy Myers 

Carol of the Bells by Suzy Webster 

Jingle Bells by Cynthia Woodham 

Some of the rows are vertically oriented while others are horizontal so incorporating them together into a quilt took a little bit of work and several versions on draft paper.  I decided to add a pieced center block to pull everything together.  Here is a photo of the completed quilt top.  I still need to quilt and bind it. 



To make it easy for you to make your own quilt, I'm providing a free pattern for the Christmas Caroling Row Along Finishing Layout as a pdf download on Craftsy.

The Jingle Bell Row I designed is available for $5.00 as a pdf download on Craftsy and is the outer border for my Jingle Bells Quilt pattern which is available for just $5.95 thru October 31 on Craftsy. 

And what Row Along wouldn't be complete without a giveaway - Amy Bradley's 1 Little 2 Little 3 Little Quilters Pattern. Shipping Is Anywhere / Shipping Cost must be paid by winner. Cost To Ship In USA $4.43
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To enter the Amy Bradley giveaway, please enter here.



And from Calibre Arts Is: 50% off a Calibre Arts 14x14 Rotating Mat
Shipping Is USA only
Description Link: 

http://www.seamstobesew.com/?p=13596




To enter the Calibre Arts giveaway, enter here.


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27 comments:

  1. Your finished quilt is lovely. I like how you made the rows your own and the colors are perfect. The center block gives me ideas on how to finish my own. Thanks. :)

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  2. Love your quilt and row! tks!

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  3. That is a great use of the quilt rows! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  4. I like the way you wrapped the rows around a center. Thanks for the instuctions.

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  5. Thanks for providing the layout.

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  6. Jingle Bells and a snowman make for a darling little quilt! The added border is a great way to showcase these rows.

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  7. Interesting layout! Always the hardest part for me is figuring out how to lay out a quilt! Thanks for sharing!!! churcae(at)auburn(dot)edu

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  8. Love how you combined the rows! "Sew" festive!

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  9. Well done! Love it. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  10. Nice quilt! Makes me think of Frosty the Snowman going around the town with the kids singing with all the bells.

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  11. great job on putting the rows you chose together!!

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  12. Very cool row! So cool. Enjoy your day! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  13. Very nice! Thanks for sharing your quilt and a great giveaway!

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  14. Thank you for sharing your quilt. This has been a great Row Along

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  15. It's great how you incorporated the rows into the quilt.

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  16. Love the finish. I love the giveaway as well ... Thank you.,

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  17. I love how you put the rows together--I'm starting to see a pattern as I visit the other quilters!
    Thanks for the layout!

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  18. That's a great design layout. All the rows are so different, but you've made them look so great together.

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  19. Your finished rows turned out very nice. The dark green sashing really sets them off nicely. Thank you foe sharing!

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  20. Very Nice quilt. I love how your put the designs together. some of my favorites

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  21. Nancy, I really like your design. It's definitely a mood changer. I'd like to cozy up with it and sip egg nog. Thank you for supplying the layout too. Great Job
    Kat

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  22. Nice quilt, love all the rows

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  23. What a cute quilt top! Thank you!

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  24. Beautiful quilt. I loved all of the rows. Thanks for sharing

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  25. I think you quilt is wonderful

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