Gingerbread Christmas 1 and 2

Gingerbread Christmas 1

Found a project file in the Christmas folder which was probably an early version of a couple of the series already in use during December, but it only had cookie cutter type shapes … including Gingerbreadmen … girls too, with the bells used in the Christmas series which has been updated for several years.

Gingerbread Christmas 2

Might have to draw up a few more cookie cutter shapes to use in this series. And lose the bells!


Planning for next year is underway … here is something for those of you in the south eastern part of Australia who have Electric Quilt, or getting it for Christmas …

Just an update on another weekend retreat with The Virtual Quilter (Judy Butcher)

learning how to get the most from your Electric Quilt programme.

Limited numbers so that Judy can give everyone attention.

Fully catered weekend, all linen supplied and Judy’s fee for the weekend 

total cost of $260.

Friday afternoon February 14


Sunday afternoon February

16, 2014.

in The Sanctuary, Bordertown.

I would love to hear from you if you could be interested in attending.

Judy Simcock
Bordertown SA 5268

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About Virtual Quilter

I am a quilter who designs many more quilts than I will ever make, and I am sharing one quilt design every day in Virtual Quilter. I also share my completed projects in Stuff-Ups, and Christmas decorations in Christmas Everyday of the Year.
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4 Responses to Gingerbread Christmas 1 and 2

  1. lcarolyn says:

    these are great! i love the color5ation, but, like you, i would loose the bells. they are pretty…good luck with your weekend retreat, hope you have many who will come!


    • Carolyn,

      I kept this project fille and cleaned it up to use in during December because I thought it was a bit of contrast in theme to the others, though it uses much the same colours.

      And thank you for the good luck with the retreat, but if there are ‘many’ want to come it will be more than one retreat. I can barely keep up to five students on computers … give me 15 to 20 in a no-pin curved seam class over the same time frame anytime … the majority of them come out at the end with a cot/lap sizedtop at least half finished, if not finished.

      Judy B


  2. The weekend retreat sounds like a bit of heaven to me! I wish I could be there!


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