Vending at the Hudson Heritage Quilters Show in Hudson, WI

I am packing up to vend at the Hudson Heritage Quilters Patchwork Harvest X Quilt Show this weekend, November 4 and 5. This will be my first time vending in Hudson. I have heard so many lovely things about this friendly community in Wisconsin.

I am very excited to take along lots of holiday patterns. Here are some of my newest Christmas paper pieced blocks.

Ho Ho Ho Santa is a cute 7 1/2″x 7 1/2″ block that will work well for gift bags, pillows, potholders, or even table runners.

And every Santa needs his Ho Ho Ho Rudolph! With these big button eyes, he is so adorable.

Here is one of my favorite penguin blocks made into the Stocking pattern from my Sew Yourself A Merry Little Christmas book.

If you are anywhere near Hudson this weekend…stop by and visit me at the River Crest Elementary School, 535 County Road F. I will be there Saturday and Sunday.

There will be lots to see!

Linking with:

Cooking Up Quilts

Love, Laugh, Quilt

Stitch All The Things

The Needle and Thread Network

Elm Street Quilts

Midweek Makers

My Quilt Infatuation

Elm Street Quilts



14 thoughts on “Vending at the Hudson Heritage Quilters Show in Hudson, WI

  1. Hi Marney,
    I hope the quilt show in Hudson is very productive for you! I had to look up how far Hudson was away from me, but alas too far. I’m down in the SE corner of Wisconsin. Your booth looks really inviting – I am sure you will very popular. ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. Your Christmas blocks are adorable and so is the penguin stocking.

    I won’t be anywhere near the show but I bet you’ll have a great time and do well.

  3. I hope you had a great show! Your patterns are so adorable and several of them are on my to do queue! I’ve driven through Hudson many, many times. I’m a Minnesota native and former Wisconsin resident with family in both states.

  4. These are really cute Christmas patterns. I just got your Sew Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. Lots of wonderful patterns in your book. I hope you have lots of sales and meet lots of wonderful quilters. Thanks for your great patterns.

  5. Your set up looks so fun and inviting! I hope you enjoyed great success! Your paper piecing patterns are fun and whimsical. I clicked on your post from Main Crush Mondays because tomorrow I’m taking my first class in paper piecing and your fun blocks caught my eye! Thank you for sharing!

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