Flashback Tuesday: I Believe in a Card Holder

There are so many wonderful quilt fabric panels on the market this year, one of them is just calling YOUR name so you can make this adorable “I Believe in a Card Holder” from BOMquilts.com’s 2010 Christmas in July quilt project:

Here are some wonderful panels, and Abbi May’s Fabric Shop *always* has prices market at least 10% below MRP so you can purchase some coordinating yardage, too:

Christmas in July 2010 free pattern – I Believe in a Card Holder from BOMquilts.com

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    Christmas in July, errrr November

    Over at BOMquilts.com, you can find a number of quilt and quilt project free patterns to make your house more festive for Christmas, or quick and easy projects to make for gifts!

    Here are some very quick and easy free quilt projects from each year of doing my Christmas in July at BOMquilts.com:


    Placemat with Silverware Holder from 2008


    The Caroler Christmas Card Holder from 2009


    Birds and Berries Gift Bag from 2010


    French Twist Sidebar Table Runner from 2011


    Trees and Stars from 2012


    Christmas Lights at Night Quilt from 2013


    Merriment Star Table Topper from 2014

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      Flashback Tuesday: “I Believe” Card Holder

      I know, I know…please don’t grouse about me putting up Christmas quilt projects before Easter!  But, for quilters, sometimes we have to start to at least think ahead of things to put on our Christmas to-do lists!

      This pattern was designed and published for my BOMquilts.com 2010’s annual “Christmas in July”.  You don’t have to use the same fabrics that were available then, you can just use any fabrics that have a panel with words on it.  It doesn’t even have to be a Christmas wall hanging – you could make it a birthday wall hanging for all of the birthday cards you or someone in your house may amass during their birthdays!


      This is a very quick pattern to make and quilt on any domestic sewing machine that has a quilting foot.  Click Here for the fabric requirements and free pattern!

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