Thursday, December 24, 2015

Merry Christmas from the Cuddle Quilter

It's that time of year that we finally get to celebrate Christmas with family and friends. It is also the time that I wish my blog friends and visitors to my blog a very "Merry Christmas" and a huge "thank you" to for visiting my blog this past year. 

I'd also like to repost the picture of my wooden Santa, the quilt that was used as inspiration for Santa's quilt, and the story behind it.


If you are a regular reader of mine, you have probably read this story before, but if not, I'd like to share it with you from a post I originally wrote on December, 4, 2011. You can read all about Santa and his quilt by clicking on this link HERE.

The visions of sugarplums are really swirling around my head now. One more sleep!

Christmas love and hugs from Lesley, the Cuddle Quilter.

18 comments:

  1. Love that story Lesley - what a treasure - one-of-a-kind, for sure. Friends are so special!

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  2. Loved the story! And now I see your wooden quilt on your side-bars! Perfect!
    P

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  3. Loved the story! And now I see your wooden quilt on your side-bars! Perfect!
    P

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  4. I remember your wonderful story and loved reading it again. Merry Christmas! ~Jeanne

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  5. wonderful Story. Merry Christmas to and your family

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  6. Oh that is just so special. I love your special Santa and his quilt's creation. Thanks so much for sharing your story. Merry Christmas xx

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  7. Awesome story, and an amazing wooden Santa with his beautiful quilt!

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  8. Merry Christmas from a faithful reader--
    love this story and that Santa--
    smiles, di

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  9. Merry Christmas and thank you for such a great story.

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  10. What a beautiful story and gift. So enjoyed reading it. Merry Christmas to you and you family.

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  11. Merry Christmas Lesley from your Moncton bus friend, Janet Crossman, I have enjoyed your blog since last July. I am much better now than I was back then with the severe concussion I was suffering from. Still have some side effects but doing ok. So sad we won't be going on our regular bus tour this year. I will miss it but the money is just too awful. Have a Happy & Healthy New Year.

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    1. Thanks so much for coming by and saying hello! I tried to email you a reply, but I don't think it went. It shows you as a no reply. Glad you are feeling better. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and have a great new year! If you want to send me an email with your email address attached, I will put it in a safe place!

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    2. Thanks for your answer Lesley, I don't know why my email didn't go through ; dajacross@gmail.com
      I hope your Christmas and New Year was wonderful. I love your Georgia quilt it is so perfect for a little girl.
      I have been working on the Bonnie Hunter's Mystery Quilt and am now on the last part, setting the blocks together but mine aren't going together very well, I guess me and 1/2 sq triangles don't go together very well. Oh well I hope it will work out in the quilting. Isn't that what they used to say? lol. will have to do more practising on those. I look forward to your postings and love them. Have a great week. Janet

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  12. These decorations are so delightful!

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  13. What a lovely story! And might this be the quilt on the sides of your blog?

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