"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Monday, September 14, 2015

Block 1 of The Christmas Wreath stitch-along!

Over the next 6 weeks I'll be sharing a new Christmas Wreath block with you every Monday.
In the final week you will also receive the finishing instructions (via a tutorial) to make this mini quilt...

The blocks will be free downloads until October 31st so be sure to come back each Monday over the course of this stitch-along before the full pattern becomes purchase only from November 1st.

The first block we're stitching is LOVE...

...and it's ready to download HERE from my shop.

If you missed this blog post about gathering your material and thread requirements for this project you'll also find that download file HERE in my shop.

Are you ready to begin?!



  1. Muchas gracias.Eres muy, muy generosa. Gracias. Me gusta mucho participar en este proyecto.Besos. Bless you.

  2. Jenny this is just too gorgeous for words - such a clever design, my friend - thank you so much for sharing it!!!

  3. Thank you for sharing this Jenny.Look forward to starting it.Shirley

  4. Yes! I'm ready! Thank for sharing. Kisses from Venezuela.

  5. I have a probably silly question. I have downloaded a 2 inch hexagon shape off the internet. How is the shape measured? Is each side two inches ? Sorry to be a pain!

  6. Jenny, is it possible for you to include a to-size drawing of the hexagon(s) to be used in this project? I'd like to be sure I have the correct finished size and have no hexagons except a 1". It would be great if you could do that. Thanks.

  7. Thanks so much for this beautiful free design. Angel hugs.

  8. Marsha, you can download free hexagon templates in many sizes from this link - http://www.timvandevall.com/geometric-shape-templates/hexagon-templates/

  9. I am a little late to the game. Although I am hoping to finish before Thanksgiving here in the US. But i have a question. When I download the hexi shapes the 2 inch is too small for my embroidery design. I made sure that my printer didn't enlarge them or do scale to fit. Am I missing something? Thanks for a wonderful design

  10. Rachel, it is explained in the block 2 blog post

    bless you.


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