Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Christmas Collection Blog Hop Day #7 - Mistletoe Magic Throw & Pillow

Welcome to Day #7 of Masterpiece Quilting's Christmas Collection Blog Hop!  I hope you enjoyed all the posts thus far.  As a designer, it is so interesting to see how others interpret your patterns.  Today we have one of my favorite projects - Mistletoe Magic Throw and its matching pillow. 

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 

Today we are transitioning from the bedroom to the living room for decorating.  We have a very small house, so most of our time is spent in the living room.  

As I was selecting fabrics for the projects in this book, I deliberately searched for fabrics that weren't traditional Christmas red and green.  The softer palette of Christmas will make this throw and pillow a go-to favorite for seasonal decorating.  You may even forget that it's Christmas and leave it out all year long. 

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: 

Marlene Oddie of Kissed Quilts   

Rohn Strong of Rohn Strong Designs

Pam Morgan of Sweet Little Stitches  

Andi Stanfield of True Blue Quilts   

Tammy Silvers of Tamarinis  

Sherri Noel of RebeccaMae Designs 

Sherry Shish of Powered by Quilting 

As always, the guest bloggers have done an amazing job and I am absolutely blown away by their creativity! 

As part of the blog hop, I am giving away 3 digital copies of the Mistletoe Magic Throw & Pillow pattern.  In the comments, share if you prefer traditional red & green for your Christmas projects or a different palette.  The winners will be selected at the end of the blog hop on Sunday August 4, 2019. 


  1. I really like the traditional red and green for our home, although I appreciate seeing other colorways in other peoples's homes.

  2. For Christmas I like traditional colours

  3. I seem to change my mind quite often. For a few years, I loved Victorian colors, then we went traditional, and the past few years have been metallics!
    Sandy A

  4. I love this throw. I like it in the red and green but if I made it for my daughter it would be blue and silver.

  5. I stick with the traditional red and green.