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This week's theme is Christmas Wallhanging, Tablerunners & Projects:
First up: Christmas Wallhangings:
Jennifer who blogs at Jennifer Under the Juniper Tree created this adorable Christmas Wallhanging last week...I fell in love with it immediately and knew it would be one of this week's highlights:
Next, share your Christmas Tablerunners & Projects:
Blogging buddy Carole has been a busy elf this year and if you haven't stopped by her blog click here to check out her Christmas table runner projects. (PS: I always learn something from Carole. Her posts always include easy to follow directions and projects that are quick to finish.) Thanks Carole!
What a nice surprise! Thank you for highlighting my Christmas toppers projects! The pattern for the one you pictured comes from Freemotion by the River. Link to the instructions in the post.ReplyDelete
Tons of eye candy here today :)ReplyDelete
I was all set to link up and then discovered I had already linked my one and only Christmas item last year. Oh well, I'll enjoy others' projects and play again soon. :-)ReplyDelete
How fun! Thanks for featuring my wall hanging, Val!ReplyDelete
have just made my first Christmas table runner, table mats and mug rugs but not done my blog yet so cannot add them, been so lazy following everyone but my blog has been dormant since late septemberReplyDelete
Love Jennifer's Christmas tree too! Val this time I actually had something for your archive party - hooray! Thanks for hosting. :) Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Lots of beautiful holiday cheer in those links.ReplyDelete
Lots of lovely links to view.ReplyDelete
When I think of Christmas table runners, there is one that has really appealed to me for a long time...
I love the colours, and how it is Christmassy, but not in-your-face Christmassy.