So while the boys assemble LEGO sets, I am sneaking in some Christmas sewing. I decided it was finally time for me to work on a Christmas UFO - from FOUR years ago.
When I made this quilt for my mother-in-law, I had made extra gingerboys and border blocks for myself. I had gotten the center blocks assembled, but had lots and lots of 1.5" checkerboard border squares to be pinned and pieced and matched to form the borders.
Until the Sunday before Christmas, when Munchkin and I decided to watch a movie in the sewing room, and I did some "post holiday whirlwind of sewing" cleaning. I pulled out the Gingerboys box, tacked it up on my design wall, and said ... "there isn't much left to do - I can finish this - THIS YEAR!"
Since this morning, I have added the brown borders and pieced the first of the 4 checkerboard borders. This one was partially assembled - there were a bunch of 2x4 units all ready to go.
In the meantime - I've got a Christmas Giveaway to share! My favorite Lazy Girl Designs recently released a pattern for Yo-Yo Cuties!! I made one (in gingerbread of course) for my Mother-In-Law and she loved it.
I have two patterns to give away to two readers. To enter, please comment below and share your favorite way to enjoy gingerbread (recipes appreciated but not required). All entries must include a way to contact you, so if you are a "no-reply" blogger please be sure to include your email address.
Enter by the stroke of midnight on December 31, 2012 - drawing to be held January 1st, NEXT YEAR! (wow - can't believe it's time to say that again already!)
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