Christmas Quilt Show 2010

Welcome to the 2010 Christmas Quilt Show!  I hope that those that are sharing their quilts and all the viewers have fun.  Entries for this show are accepted thru November 21st.  Rules, along with insights on sponsors and prizes are listed at the bottom of this post.  If you are interested in entering a quilt and/or winning a prize, please take time to read this information first.  And, feel free to email me if you have any questions.

  1. Karen at Sunburnt Quilts
  2. Mrs Moen
  3. QuiltSue’s Christmas Crackers
  4. Quilthaze at Cotton Cocktais
  5. Believe at A Stitch in Time
  6. Sand and Sunshine’s Row Robin
  7. Ariane’s Santa table runner @ Ariane’s Crafts
  8. Aspen Hill’s Fun and Wonky Christmas Quilt
  9. Geese in the Forrest by Mary on Lake Pulaski
  10. As the thread breaks blog
  11. Christmas String Quilt from During Quiet Time
  12. Michell @ L7
  13. Winter Wonderland
  14. Quilt’s Ect.
  15. Christmas Quilt Show Entry
  16. My Empty Nest is Full of Cat Hair
  17. The Quilting Booklady
  18. My Life in Quilts by Denise in PA
  19. Sandie @ crazy’boutquilts
  20. Pokeytown Kim
  21. Pieceful Quilting Christmas Quilt
  22. Dawn @ Quilts And Pieces
  23. The Ultimate, Practical Christmas Tree
  24. Creations by Nina-Marie
  25. Carol Hansen
  26. Don’t Call Me Betsy’s Christmas of Whirlygiggles
  27. Quilting Stitching Ans Sew’On
  28. Happy Cottage Quilter
  29. A Simple Sampler Christmas
  30. Sweet’P’s Let It Snow
  31. Christmas Top Wall Hanging
  32. Becky’s quilt obsession Christmas Wall Hanging
  33. Lisa at Sun Naturals
  34. Briarside Lane
  35. Ann J O Christmas Tree
  36. Sandys in Stitches
  37. Peace On Earth @ Patches And Pieces
  38. Linda @ Little Bits and Pieces
  39. Top Hat by Millie’s Quilting
  40. Mary @ The Tulip Patch
  41. Spring Water Designs
  42. Charming Christmas Cardinals
  43. Thanks for a fun and timely show
  44. PigTales and Quilts
  45. grannysblooms9
  46. Skinny Christmas Quilt, by Lynn Wingard
  47. Tozz’s Corner
  48. By Hoki Quilts
  49. Christmas Ideas
  50. Vivian in AR
  51. Candle in the Window. . and Sew On
  52. Nostalgic Christmas Quilt
  53. Polly from Aunt Polly’s Porch
  54. Mishka – Quilting Gallery
  55. Paul’s Crafty Corner
  56. Cat Song Stitchery
  57. Anita Margret Mary’s Place
  58. Kathy Harris
    1. Chris at WeekendWisdom
    2. Mom’s Christmas Quilt
    3. Santas and Trees
    4. Teresa in NV.
    5. Vals quilting
    6. Home For Hanukah
    7. quiltbenaco. blogspot. com/Christmas Quilt S
    8. Ivory Spring
    9. Apple Avenue Quilts
    10. Lavori in corso
    11. A Christmas Wish – Block of the Month
    12. Christmas Tree Advent Quilt
    13. Shannon McClinchey
    14. Les Quilts
    15. MJ Baker
    16. A Little of This and a Little of Pat
    17. A Little Bit of Christmas
    18. Flight School
    19. scrappy christmas quilt
    20. Janet’s Snowfriends
    21. Em Celebrates!
    22. Gypsy Quilter Designs – Christmas Sawtooth
    23. www. ros-the-quilter. blogspot. com
    24. Cardinals on a Snowy Day
    25. Funky Tree Farm, Quilting Hottie Haven
    26. My Tiny Bit of Christmas at Southern Style
    27. Angela-patch from Spain
    28. Poula’s Penguin Christmas quilt
    29. Winter Quiltastrophy
    30. Sew Love Today
    31. traceyjay’s Christmas Bee quilt top
    32. Linda’s Bee Hive
    33. Rhanda’s gifts
    34. Hetty’s Christmas Stuff
    35. Elzaan at Huisvlyt
    36. Dresden Quilter
    37. Christmas quilt Trio
    38. EQ7 Christmas Quilts
    39. Brita’s Gifties
    40. Dorothy’s Christmas Quilt
    41. Christmas Challenge Quilt
    42. Theresa Bradley
    43. love. laugh. sew
    44. Zlaty’s Christmas Quilt Show
    45. Michele’s Christmas Tree Skirt
    46. 501 Quilt Blocks
    47. Tea Smith
    48. All Things Christmas
    49. Tink Bruning Linhart
    50. Christmas Quilt Show
    51. Colleen’s Candle Mat
    52. Laurel Burch Christmas Fabric!
    53. Kim S.
    54. Abyquilt
    55. Laugh yourself into Stitches Applique Christmas Quilt
    56. I Quilt Scarlet and Gray
    57. Young Again!

This linky list is now closed.


Bloggers will be able to to enter this show by posting their entry on their blog, via a post dated November 14th-21st, and linking their post to the respective mcklinky at the top of this post.  One blog post per blogger, where you can include photos and insights on one or more of your Christmas quilts.  SewCalGal also appreciates if in your blog post, you share insights that you are entering your quilt(s) in the Christmas Quilt Show and include a link back to this post, hopefully encouraging everyone to also have fun viewing all the quilts in this show, in addition to yours.

Non-Bloggers enter their quilts via email, with steps where SewCalGal manually creates a post for each of these entries.  Due to this being a manual step, a deadline was previously announced and has now passed.  But, I’m willing to open up this opportunity for a maximum of 10 more entries, if received by November 20th.  Thus, if you are a non-blogger and want to  be able to enter this show you can email SewCalGal photo of your entry, with brief description.

While this is a Christmas Quilt show, entries are accepted if they are a quilt of any size (includes skinny quilts, aka table runners), have a Christmas or Hanakuh theme, and are quilts or fibre arts.  Entries are also accepted for quilt designs, with approved themes, that are designed in EQ6/EQ7.  For quilt design entries, SewCalGal does ask that bloggers post on their blog, as stated above, and also email their EQ6/EQ7 design.

RULES  (you can do one or more of any of these to enter to win a prize.  To clarify, you do not need to enter a quilt to be able to enter to win a prize. But it certainly will be more fun if you enter a quilt in the show).

1) Enter a quilt(s) in this show and you’ll be entered to win a prize.  To clarify, one post/link per blogger/person, but you can include more than one quilt in your entry, as long as it meets the theme of the show (e.g. Christmas or Hanakuh).

2) Leave a comment on this post and you get an entry (or, for some, an extra entry).

3) Post the badge for this event and you’ll be eligible for one entry. {SewCalGal appreciates PR helpers}.

4) Blog about this event and you’ll be eligible for one entry. To clarify, this is an option to get an extra entry for those that helped with PR prior to the start of the show and helped to blog about this event, or if you do not have a quilt to enter and want to blog about it to help with PR.  But it isn’t a way for getting an extra point if you enter in the show this week and also create an extra PR post this week.

5) Visit all the quilt entries in this show, as submitted between Nov 14-21, leave a comment on the participating site’s entry,  and you’ll be eligible for an additional entry.  Just come back and leave a comment on this post, lettting me know you’ve viewed all the quilts entered in this show, before noon on the 22nd and you’ll get an extra entry.

6) SewCalGal followers get an extra entry.

7) If you “have been” part of QuiltSue’s (Quilt Times) Christmas Quilt-along in 2010, you get an extra entry.

As I’ll be using a random number generator to select winners, and each comment has a number, please enter a separate comment for each entry you qualify for.  Thank you!

Prizes will be awarded to a blend of those that enter the show vs viewers vs PR helpers, etc. all randomly select at the end of the show. Drawing for prizes will be completed late on the 22nd or early on the 23rd and announced via a post on this blog, no later than the 23rd.  An email will also be sent to each of the winners, where they will have 4 days to respond via email to claim their prize, otherwise another winner will be selected.  IF you have a preference for a particular prize, you may want to include the # of the prize (or your favorite 3 prizes) in your comment(s).  I can’t guarantee, but I’ll try to do the best I can to match prizes to winners’ interest.

No reply bloggers/no reply comments will not be accepted, unless they contain an email address for how to be contacted.


Is donating a beautiful handmade 6″ Walnut burl Bear Paws.  Or,  the winner can visit their online store and select a different 6″ design.  Definitely go check out their store as they have so many beautiful designs for their high quality handcrafted wooden boxes, made in the USA. (Prize #1)




New Leaf Stitches



New Leaf Stitches is donating three sets of their Clearly Perfect Angles, a great product that clings to your sewing machine to help align fabric for sewing perfect angles.  Three different winners will each be receiving their own Clearly Perfect Angles template. (Prize #2, #3, & #4)





Fat Quarter Shop

The Fat Quarter Shop is donating a beautiful  Lumiere de Noel Moda Quilt Kit.  This kit contains fabric to make a 78″ x 86″ quilt top and binding (batting and backing not included). (Prize #5)

Two Wacky Women




Two Wacky Women are donating a package of 20 beautiful fat quarters by Wyndham Fabrics. (Prize #6)

Elisa’s Backporch Design



Elisa’s BackPorch Designs has many wonderful designs, books and templates.  Elisa is donating two of her spectacular patterns:

 Leaf What May pattern will go to one luck winner (Prize #7), and

The spectacular  Stargazer pattern (Prize #8)will go to another lucky winner.

Udderly Smooth Udder Cream






Udderly Smooth is donating a collection of their wonderful Udder Cream to one lucky winner (est. Value $25).(Prize #9)

Angie’s Bits ‘n Pieces

Angie Padilla is a talented designer, teacher, and author.  Angie is donating three copies of some of her beautiful holiday designs, for three lucky winners.  Each winner will be able to select the format of the pattern (e.g. PDF or EQ6) to be received electronically.

Her beautiful Angel Hearts finishes 28″x43″. (Prize #10)

Festive Placemats allows you to create beautiful holiday placemats, with six different designs. (Prize #11)

And her whimsical Gingerbread House pattern finishes 29″. (Prize #12)



FabricWorm is donating an Anna Maria Horner Horner Innocent Crush (in Quilt Weight) Fat Quarter Bundle of the complete collection, 22 Fat Quarters in total.   (Prize #13)
Martingale & Company, home of That Patchwork Place

Two beautiful 2011 Calendars have been donated:

That Patchwork Place  Quilt Calendar 2011 is a lovely 12″x12″ calendar (Prize #14), with a dozen spectacular quilts. It will go home with one lucky winner.  And,

2011 Calendar Award-Winning Quilts Featuring Quilts from the International Quilt Association (Prize #15)is also a spectacular calendar, full of inspirational quilts. This calendar will go home with another lucky winner.  Plus,

a copy of “Candy Cane Lane: Quilts & More to Sweeten the Holidays,” by Melinda Bula, will go home with another winner. (Prize #16)

Electric Quilt Company


An inspirational book for any quilter.





a copy of “Blending Photos with Fabric 2“, by Mary Ellen Kranz, for one lucky winner (Prize #17).  And,





a copy of Judy Martin’s STARS & SETS software, will go home with another lucky winner. (Prize #18)

Creations….Quilts, Art, Whatever by Nina-Marie Sayre 

Nina-Marie Sayre is a very talented quilter, fibre-artists and fellow blogger.  I hope you will take time to visit her delightful blog.  I’ve enjoyed following Nina-Marie and am always inspired by her quilting insights and more.  Nina-Marie is donating a quilt store quality Christmas fabrics, a cheater panel in the same theme, and a Christmas ornament.  (Prize #19)

Mrs. Moen Patterns
Nina Lise, a very talented quilter, fibre-artist, designer, teacher and fellow blogger, who happens to live in Norway.  I do enjoy following Nina Lise’s blog very much, as she always inspires me and provides so many great tips.  Nina Lise was also a generous sponsor of the 2009 Christmas Quilt Show, and I am very happy that she volunteered, earlier this year to be a sponsor again. 

Two lucky winners will be able to select a Mrs. Moens Pattern that will be sent to them electronically in PDF format.  This is a wonderful prize, as Nina Lise has so many wonderful patterns to choose from.  I hope everyone will take time to check out her blog and also her blog with all her patterns. (Prize #20 and #21)


Four bundles of fat quarters, each in various shades of blues, purples, greens and pinks  will go home with one winner.(Prize #22)

A bundle of 11 hand died fat quarters will go home with another lucky winner.(Prize #23)

I hope you have fun at the 2010 Christmas Quilt Show.  And, please remember that quilts can be entered in this show anytime thru the 21st. So, check back to view quilts that come in at different times.

If you want to view more Christmas Quilts, you may want to check out the 2009 Virtual Christmas Quilt Show. 


256 thoughts on “Christmas Quilt Show 2010”

  1. As I organised it, I thought I ought to take part in my own Christmas Quiltalong too.Now I would like to say thanks for organising this show. You must be exhausted, but it’s been great fun.


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