November 24, 2016

Day 1 of our Home for the Holidays Blog Hop

Welcome to Day 1 of our "Home for the Holidays" Blog Hop!  We have a very full line up of talented designers ready to bring you various quick & easy Holiday projects to make for you & your friends before Christmas arrives!!!  There will be Redwork, Blackwork, ornaments, wool designs and so much more!  Please feel free to grab our blog hop button and share on your blog!  The more that enjoy the hop... the merrier the designers will be!!!

This past week was magical!  Families gathered together, family recipes were revisited & memories were made!  Christmas carols have been heard and good cheer has been spread!  A lovely blanket of snow covers the ground while snowflakes sparkle!  And just like the snow... It is the Season to Sparkle!  Let's get our Holiday Spirit on, put on those ugly Christmas sweaters & spread joy!  Leave a little "sparkle" everywhere you go!!!!


Speaking of sparkle... Our first designer is Cheri, from Quilts by Cheri!  She is greeting the season with a lovely Redwork design that will be perfect for most anywhere in your home!  It reminds me of an old fashioned Christmas!  And how cute is that red rick rack around the edge?  


She stitched this on an 8.5 x 11 piece of fabric.  So when you print the artwork off, you may need to adjust the size to make it fit nicely within the piece of fabric!  Or.... you can stitch it the size that's works for you!  For more info & fun... please head over to her FB Page:  https://m.facebook.com/quiltsbycheri/

If you thought the project was fantastic.... Just wait until you try her delicious fudge recipe!!!  It's Hot Chocolate!!!  Wow!  


Before I wrap up this post, I want to mention that our Shop Small Saturday Event is tomorrow!  It is at the shop & ONLINE!  So be sure to visit our website at: http://www.buttermilkbasin.com/ 


See you back here tomorrow, as our Home for the Holidays Blog Hop continues!!!  Stacy


16 comments:

Sandi said...

Love that you and Cheri were early birds to share the first day of your blog hop. Thanks so much to both of your for sharing your creativity!

Allison CB said...

That fudge recipe looks great!

Jacqueline said...

What a great way to start the Christmas season. Thank you, Cheri and all the upcoming designers for doing this for us.

I hope all have a blessed Christmas.

Teri said...

Looking forward to this blog hop. Thanks for getting us into the spirit of the Christmas season the fun way! Merry Christmas.

Sandy said...

Darling first pattern, but there isn't any link either here or over at Cheri's Facebook post.

Rita said...

I'd love the patter too....so cute!....but I can't find it on Cheri's FB post either.

Help, anyone? Maybe I'm missing something.

Wendy Hembree said...

Ho Ho Ho Thank u quilty ladies!!

daisydilly (vicki) said...

Can't find a way to download it either.

Debbie Collins said...

I can't find the line drawing. She says on her fb page it will be here?

Candee said...

Thank you for doing this! It's such a fun treat for us merry makers!

Jackie said...

Thank you! I so enjoy your blog hops!!

Jackie said...

For those of you having trouble downloading the pattern try this:
Click on the link that Stacy provided. You'll see Photos by Quilts by Cheri. Scroll a little further down. Click on the pattern/picture. Choose View Full Size. Right click on the pattern/picture. Save to computer.

I hope this helps. I'm not a computer geek, so I hope I haven't confused everyone with my instructions.

I highly recommend everyone to join her Facebook page. She is very generous with sharing her patterns with us.

Linda said...

THANK YOU!!!!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Sue Albers said...

I want to thank you for holiday blog hop. Looking forward to each day.

scrappy101 said...

Still having problems. Link sends me to a distorted FB page.
Tried to follow directions above, but not understanding them ...thanks anyway.

Jackie said...

Scrappy101 ~ when you get to the distorted Facebook page, scroll down until you see the pattern. It'll be in the middle of the page by itself (the pattern has a grey background). Click on the pattern ~ makes it bigger. Right click on the pattern and save it to your computer.

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