Christmas Graffiti Quilting

Christmas, Free Motion Quilting, LKennedyGood Morning, Quilters!

Today’s quilt (20 x 20″) began last December as a practice piece to try out new motifs–do you recognize any?  Some never made it to the Tuesday Tutorial lineup…

Christmas, Free Motion Quilting, LKennedy

As I was cleaning my sewing room, I thought this would make a great “stream of consciousness” quilt like the blue one I made HERE.

Christmas, Free Motion Quilting, LKennedy

Several readers said it reminded them of Karlee Porter’s Graffiti quilts.

Graffiti Quilting has a much better ring to it than stream of consciousness quilting, so I think I will adopt this term as well–

unless YOU can come up with our own term???
Christmas, Free Motion Quilting, LKennedy

We could call it “Where’s Waldo? Quilting”...

Can you find:




The Pretty Package

Christmas, Free Motion Quilting, LKennedyCRAFTSY

As you may have noticed, I am offering 50% Off Divide and Conquer Creative Quilting until the New Year…

Wouldn’t it be a great gift–add a spool of thread and a package of Topstitch needles…


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Hope you find a little time to quilt or doodle today!


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13 thoughts on “Christmas Graffiti Quilting

  1. Very creative, this would be fun to do for every holiday! I do have one question-Where do you begin to quilt? To me it would seem to be the center, but not sure that is correct. Love your imagination, too! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  2. Thank-you for sharing all your Christmas vase quilts, I think they are just perfect for people like me who give up on one idea and start on another. I think they could be called the grasshopper quilts, hopping from one idea to the next. Thank-you for everything this year, you have achieved so much and I have learned so much. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Lori.

  3. Would love to purchase your Craftsy class “Divide & Conquer”.Cannot do it on our computer,I would buy a DVD of same in a flash.
    Any suggestions?

    • Shirley, Please contact Craftsy –check in with their experts–they are amazing! Please let me know what they tell you!

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