Christmas at Cozy Color Quilts

Updated: Jun 30

Christmas has arrived at Cozy Color Quilts!

The sun in shining and temperatures are hanging on around 90 degrees here in southern Texas, but I'm already in the Christmas mood.

I wonder how that's possible when we haven't even bought our pumpkins yet?

My family thinks I'm crazy and you probably think so, too.

There's a good explanation, I assure you.

As a crafter, I find myself thinking of Christmas projects as early as September every year!

It takes a lot to sew up unique gifts for loved ones by December!

I wanted to pass on that joy to you so you, too, can get in the Christmas October!

Even if you're not a quilter, I have something to offer you.

  1. Quilt Ornaments - I'm having a sale offering 20% off all ornaments for October 11-12 only! These make great hostess gifts, teacher gifts or stocking stuffers.

2. Two Christmas Patterns - I also have two Christmas patterns available. One is for the Quilt Ornament so, if you'd rather, you can make your own. The ornament pattern is listed on my Etsy shop as a PDF pattern so you can begin today! The second pattern is for a Christmas Tree Placemat for your Christmas table. This pattern is in its final stages of editing and will be available very soon. I'll keep you posted.

Coming soon...

And since we're in the spirit of giving, I have one more opportunity for you to give! And this one is the most important kind of giving we can offer.

Quilts for Kids, Inc. provides quilts for numerous children in the US struggling with illness or loss due to natural disasters.

Not everyone quilts and we understand that.

But you can still help!

The cost of shipping for Quilts for Kids, Inc. becomes a heavy burden in which we can all help ease.

For more information on how you can help, please visit their website and consider helping with their shipping needs in this season of giving.

I hope you'll stop by the shop or lend a helping hand to Quilts for Kids!

You are a gift.

You reading this blog is a gift.

And your generosity to those around you is a gift.

I leave you with an early Merry Christmas and happy quilting days ahead!

Beth Ann

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