And the winner is .....
Cindy chose The Hoots as her free pattern.
Each and every day we will choose a new winner from our daily orders until December 25th!
Thanks to everyone who placed an order and don't forget to check back to see who won the grand prize quilt on December 26th. Happy Holidays!
I went Saturday to the Festival of Nativities at the Centenary United Methodist Church here in Lawrence, Kansas. I have wanted to go for several years and this year I grabbed my camera because I wanted to share it with you. The ladies that unpack almost 300 nativity sets year after year and lovingly put them out for display for the community to see need to be applauded. It must take hours and hours. It was hard to pick which ones to show. I also wish I could of taken you all with me because they were all so unique to see in person and that I so wish I was a better photographer..
|Nativity Set from Argentina|
|Nativity Set from India|
|Nativity Set from Nigeria|
|South America Nativity Set|
|Guatemala Nativity Set|
|Guatemala Egg Nativity Set|
|Kyrgyzstan White Wool Nativity Set|
|Mozambique Wood Nativity Set|
|Irish Celtic Nativity Set|
|Gaucho's Nativity Set|
|South Seas Nativity Set|
|Uganda Nativity Set|
|This one looked like the whole city of Bethlehem|
|Connie Hadl made this beautiful quilt and Kris Barlow quilted it.|
|Peanuts Nativity Set|
|I collect snowmen but I think I will pass on the nativity set version.|
|Chess Nativity Set|
|There were several trees full of hundreds of nativity set ornaments.|
This is the end of my show and tell. I hope you enjoyed it. If there is a similar exhibit in your town please go and take your family or a friend....you will ENJOY IT!