Thursday, December 5, 2019

Virtual Cookie Exchange and Blog Hop

Here are two of my latest Christmas projects!  And a yummy Christmas cookie recipe link too.  Thanks to Carol at Just Let Me Quilt for organizing this fun Blog Hop!

This quilt was made with the small dot cutter Accuquilt Die.  It's such fun to use and makes circles so easy to deal with.  I had a good time placing them to look like a tree and ornaments.  It of course uses my favorite Island Batik fabrics.




This second project also uses Island Batik scraps.  It's a fun and festive wreath-like table runner.




I got this recipe at Fireflies and Mudpies.  The link is here.  I meant to make some to show you and tell you about....but I haven't gotten around to it!  But aren't they cute?  The quilter in my wants to play with icing and micro M&M's.



Easy and Delicious Christmas Lights Cookies

I hope you get to quilt today!
Suzy

Be sure to check out the rest of the bloggers in the hop!  

21 comments:

  1. Those cookies are cute! A memory quilt that you can enjoy even if it is not finished.

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  2. What a cute idea to decorate cookies.

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  3. What a wonderful memory that quilt represents. Great that you still have it and can visit it when you want to. The CHristmas tree of circles is terrific. Liken the table runner too. Thanks for sharing with us. Now if I could just figure out how to get that cookie to my table it would be a perfect day.

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  4. Such cute cookies! I hope that you get time to play soon.
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  5. Your tree and tablerunner are so perfect!! So much fun to play with the decorations on cookies...it is like making a quilt but you never need to frog your mistakes, just eat them!!

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  6. I love the tree!! And the runner is darling, too. CUTE and creative cookies! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  7. I love that circle tree and laugh over a quilt inspiring a cookie. That's a new take on baking! :-) Have a wonderful holiday season.

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  8. Both of your projects are so cute. Loved the Christmas Tree made with circles. Accu-Quilt circles make circle projects so perfectly round. Little ones would go crazy over the mini M&Ms on those cookies. Let us know how yours turn out.

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  9. What a sweet tree quilt. I love making things out of circles and a tree is a great idea. The ornaments just appear. Love your cookie idea. The decorations are so cute.

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  10. I love the Christmas light cookies, what a wonderful idea.

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  11. Great looking quilts and cookies!

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  12. Both of your projects are really nice. I like the tree made out of circles. It is really unique and fun. The cookie looks great as well.

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  13. I have that Accuquilt circle cutter...what a cute way to use it! The way you did the fabric colors was perfect in this. I love your table runner, too, and think they both look amazing in batiks. The cookies are adorable with the M&M lights...so sweet. Thanks for hopping with us!

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  14. Your new Tree quilt is SEW darling!! The cookies are really cute, too. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Both quilt projects look great. Love that tree quilt. Cookies looks sweet too.

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  16. The cookies are cute, but your tree quilt is wow!

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  17. Your quilt and table runner are beautiful! Love the colors. Thank you for sharing the cookie link. It is so cute decorated with the string of lights. Doesn't look too complicated. I just might be able to manage making a decorated cookie.

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  18. Both quilts are colorful and beautiful. Thanks for the Christmas Lights cookies recipe link too.

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  19. Thanks for sharing your quilts and your cookie recipe! I really love that second table runner!

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  20. cute runner and those cookies look like they would be fun to do with little ones.

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  21. Your quilts are amazing! And the tree of circles is so unique and fun. Thanks for sharing.

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