My sister and I made blocks for this quilt that will be a graduation present in December. It is on my UFO list. She put it together and added the border so I get to quilt it. I pieced the back a couple of days ago and hoped I would get it sandwiched Monday. I usually like to sandwich large quilts at church on the fellowship hall floor. I could not do that the past few days or tomorrow so I moved my living room furniture and did it at home this evening. It is so large I could not get a picture of the whole thing not standing on a ladder.
Have you heard of Beltznickel? This morning at church quilt group, Beverley brought hers to show us. She made it when she was working on a living history farm up north. He is an 18th century Christmas character and comes from the Pennsylvania German tradition.
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