When Joan@ Moosestash Quilting announced the Polar Bear Plunge Blog Hop, I knew I needed to jump right in. The challenge was to make something with a polar bear, blue or something reflecting the cold.
I knew exactly what I wanted to make. It was an old unstarted kit I had gotten from my LQS I think in 1998 for a wool table runner. The book doesn't have any copyright date it it, but on the back is the price sticker and it says 12/98. I have always meant to make it up for my daughter Kristen. I have been meaning to make this for her for years and it has never gotten done. Since her BD is January 21st, this was the perfect impetus to make it.
This project/kit came from the book Snowflake Threads by Need'l Love.
This is my finished product. I love it, and so did Kristen when I gave it to her last week.
Thanks so much to Joan @Moosestash Quilting for another delightful hop, and giving me a kick in the pants to at long last get this done!
The full schedule for the Polar Bear Plunge Blog Hop is below. Be sure to visit all these creative bloggers and see what they have come up with.
Monday Jan 24
Pieceful Thoughts of My Quilting Life
Tuesday Jan 25
Becky’s Adventures in Quilting and Travel
Wednesday Jan 26
Quilting & Learning - What a Combo!
Thursday Jan 27
Friday Jan 28
Thanks so much for stopping by!
I love your runner; Need'l Love has great projects.ReplyDelete
Cute runner! Sometimes the older books hold treasures, just like this one did!ReplyDelete
Nothing beats the looks of a wool runner. I absolutely love it. Finding those old kits we purchased can be like striking gold some days. It's a bonus when blog hopping helps us finish those projects from the past. Thanks for playing in the Polar Bear Plunge hop.ReplyDelete
What a cute little woolie runner, and so appropriate for this time of year. I'm sure your daughter will love it!ReplyDelete
I would say that this has been a win all ways. No doubt your daughter is thanking Joan as well for that butt kick. Nice finish KarrinReplyDelete
Lovely table topper. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Glad you got your project done at last and it is really nice!ReplyDelete
I love finishing something that's been waiting around a while. This is a beautiful and I'm sure it will be loved by your daughter. Thanks for sharing and Happy Birthday to your daughter!ReplyDelete
Oh what a cute table topper.ReplyDelete
What a fun wool table runner and a project completed! I know your daughter will love it forever!! That sounds like a fun book to own. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your finish. It is beautiful. The best gift is a hand made gift always!!ReplyDelete
This is such a warm, wonderful piece. Just looking at it brings a smile to ones face.ReplyDelete
That's adorable, Karrin! What a fun little project to stitch up and so nice to use up a kit that has been around for awhile, too. So glad your daughter loved it!ReplyDelete
Such a precious table runner and a wonderful gift. Happy quilting.ReplyDelete
Beautiful table runner!ReplyDelete
Love your wool snowman project and such an awesome gift!ReplyDelete
Very cute!!! I'm not surprised that your daughter loves it! :-)ReplyDelete
That's an adorable table runner. Perfect for this hop. Kristen is a lucky gal.ReplyDelete
What a warm and cozy runner! I just love snowmen. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Karrin that is just the perfect gift for a January birthday. Thank you for sharing! 😉ReplyDelete
What an adorable finish. Too cute!ReplyDelete
How sweet to have the right project waiting in the wings! I love that one and it was perfect for this hop (apologies for getting late to your blog - work and travel was rearranged by our blizzard!)ReplyDelete
Hi Karrin, what a cute finish. It sure is blue and snowy :-)ReplyDelete
I love your runner, so very cute! xxReplyDelete