I am a recent convert to Hallmark Christmas movies and I published a post recently where I lamented the lack of quilters in said movies. I am still hoping Hallmark takes my advice and makes a quilter a central character. I don’t care if it’s a modern quilter, traditional quilter or art quilter! I just want to see one find romance and the true meaning of the season! But I have news for you, thanks to Nancy, I found the Quilts in Hallmark Christmas movies!
Yes! Luckily there is an eagle eyed reader who let me know that there were quilts in Let It Snow, a movie starring Candace Cameron Bure. You will recognize her from Full House! The movie is pretty good also.
I had my husband record Let it Snow and he stopped it so I could snap a pic when we spotted the quilts Nancy had told me about. Here is “Boxing Day by Nancy Martin which is a free download from Martingale.” I am quoting from Nancy here! I love that quilt.
She also alerted me to the quilt on the bed in the gorgeous lodge guest room. And yes, I would like to stay here sometime, Christmas or not. This room is gorgeous!
And any rate this fabulous quilt is “Holly Berry Log Cabin by Milligan and Smith from The Possibilities book, Christmas with Possibilities.” Isn’t it amazing that she knew all of this? I was impressed!
While we were finished up the movie, I spotted another quilt in the library of the lodge. Some sort of star quilt? Anyone know?
Last night we were watching My True Love and wham, another quilt! It’s a pretty cool Nine Patch but there’s one sad thing. It is in the barn, not the house! I am going to pretend it was left there temporarily.
I am still under the weather with this cold and I have to tell you my favorite of all the Christmas movies I have seen. I simply adored The Nine Lives of Christmas, that one really appealed to me. I will keep watching until I am all better and see if it maintains first place.
I will also keep looking for quilts!
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