I have 3 Christmas wall hangings that I’ve made since I started quilting 5 years ago. Two of the earlier ones were made incorporating colorful primitive panels.
One of the wall hangings has a primitive Santa panel along with Bear Paw blocks from the Quilter’s Cache.
This hanging is in the guest bedroom which has a lodge motif year-around. Two Christmas stocking panels are combined with blocks made from flannel scraps and borders made from wonderful flannel with a village motif which was purchased at one of my favorite shops in southwest Ohio, Fabric Shack in Waynesville.
The third hanging is from a pattern called “A Scottish Christmas”, Mad Dog Marketing, PO Box 5608, Evanston IL 60204-5608. The pattern was sized for a 37-1/2×54″ piece, much bigger than I wanted, and I sized it down to 17×22 and made a few changes/additions. Since scotties are among my favorite designs, I love this wall hanging and it also won a blue ribbon at the Warren County (Ohio) fair.
The little crow picture above the scotties was made by my oldest daughter.