Monday, July 29, 2019

Christmas Collection Blog Hop Day #6 - Jingle Bells Quilt and Wall Hanging

Welcome to Day #6 of Masterpiece Quilting's Christmas Collection Blog Hop!  I hope you enjoyed last week's posts.  I know I enjoyed seeing all the beautiful projects made by the guest bloggers.  Ready or not - week #2 is here and more beautiful projects to share!

In case you are just joining us, each day for two weeks myself and a group of elite guest bloggers are highlighting one of the projects in my Christmas Collection book which is available on Amazon.  We are wrapping up week 1 and next week will full of stunning projects too!

Today we are still focused on the bedroom for our Christmas decorating with the Jingle Bells Quilt and Wall Hanging.  This duo is presented as two separate patterns in the book, but I chose to combine them together for the blog hop.  The wall hanging and the quilt use the same swags and bells.  The wall hanging is the perfect size for over the mantle or above a dresser or buffet while the quilt will quickly be the focal point for any bedroom. 

I think the best part of the blog hop is seeing the versions made by the guest bloggers.  Don't you agree?   Today I have amazing project to share by: 

Kathy Bruckman of Kathy's Kwilts and More
Joanne Hillestan of Fat Quarter Gypsy
Marian Pena of Seams to be Sew
Rona Ribbit Herman of Rona the Ribbiter
Andrea Tisdel of The Sewing Fools

As always, the guest bloggers have done an amazing job and I adore their versions of my pattern. 

As part of the blog hop, I am giving away 3 digital copies of the Jingle Bells Quilt pattern.  In the comments, share which version you like better - the wall hanging or the bed quilt.  The winners will be selected at the end of the blog hop on Sunday August 4, 2019. 


  1. Wallhanging. Great gift for family members who really don't need anything.

  2. I love the wallhanging. Beautiful work.

  3. Hard to choose but I will be happy with the wallhanging. I love it. Different!

  4. Difficult to choose between 2 great projects

  5. I love the quilt, but I would probably make the wallhanging because I could get it done.