Patchwork in Paris
After Christmas Sale

Merry Christmas


I just want to wish all of you the Merriest of Christmases!! For me tomorrow, the 24th is the day our family celebrates the most. It is considered Christmas in Poland and therefore Christmas at our house as well. There are many special traditions and foods that only come this one day a year for us but I won't regale you with all of those right now.... lets just say that there is a lot of cabbage and potatoes!

Mostly I just wanted to sit down for a moment and thank you for being a part of the creative process for me these months, for being such a gracious and willing audience to my musings and thoughts. I have really enjoyed blogging and am looking forward to another year full of blog fun and festivities. For now, I am sincerely hoping that all of you spend your holidays with family and friends enjoying one another and all of the gifts in your life.

But first I thought I'd throw up a pic of one of our best selling Christmas quilts... Mistletoe Hollow. I think there is just something about this little quilt that captures people's imagination... can't you just picture yourself inside that little church on Christmas Eve? And those other images.... just a few favorite vintage Christmas images.
Stay tuned until right after Christmas for more Paris pictures if you can handle any more....

Merry Christms to all of you!

Talk to you soon, Joanna.


Hi Joanna, I have enjoyed visiting your blog and look forward to more in 2008. I just love Mistletoe Manner and all the nostalgic pictures. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas Eve with your family. Regards Sandra

Joanna ~ Merry Christmas to you and your family ~ may you enjoy all the blessings of the Season ~ family is the most important of all. Looking forward to continued visits during 2008 to your delightful blog ... well done!

Wishing you and your family a very, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Libby

I hope you and your family have a Blessed and Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year. May your new year be filled with love, laughter, and lots of beautiful fabric and friends.

As far as the pictures of Paris - we love them so please share!


Wishing you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas! Thank you for sharing your talent!

Merry Christmas!

Have a holly jolly Christmas !!!!!

Merry Christmas to you too! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas with plenty of relaxing- heaven knows you deserve it!

hope you had a merry christmas and wishing you a fruitful year ahead in 2008, Joanna. Love your blog....just love all you make. Love, Laurie~

I'm suggesting a name for your new quilt. I love the name 'Butter Cookies' and all it represents. The making, the baking, and the eating. Anytime of the year.

I'm suggesting a name for your new quilt. I love the name 'Butter Cookies' and all it represents. The making, the baking, and the eating. Anytime of the year.

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