The Nativity No. 2

My FIRST ever item posted on ArtFire.  What fun!

This is a stylized version of the Nativity, completed as a paper-pieced quilted wall-hanging.  Perfect for smaller spaces, it's only 15 inches wide x 14.5 inches tall.  The smallest pieces in the quilt are less than 1/4 inch.

Machine-pieced and machine-quilted, using 100% cotton fabric, using cotton and poly-cotton thread.

The background fabric is dark black marbled with a bit of purple, and meander quilted (free motion) with stars as details above the stable.  Hand-dyed muslin (with tea) creates a nice skin tone for the Nativity family members. Includes metallic gold thread quilted embellishments around the star and the manger, and variegated and black bobbin thread (on the back).

I include my initials and the date completed on all my projects, usually on the lower right corner of the back (and usually quite small).

The wall-hanging is complete with a hanging sleeve, sash rod in the sleeve, and hanging hardware (2 hooks with 4 nails).  Also included are care and handling instructions.


I don't have a professional photography studio, but have tried to take some good representative photos.

Pattern: Silent Night (#630), by Sweet Peas, Inc.  Redmond, WA, USA


Valérie Faucher March 16, 2014 at 9:33 PM  

Where could I find this pattern?

It's OK to be WEIRD! March 16, 2014 at 10:55 PM  


Pattern: Silent Night (#630), by Sweet Peas, Inc. Redmond, WA, USA

On the pattern back it has this info, but I don't believe the website is still in existence. This is the only info I have.

Sweet Peas, Inc.
16451 Redmond Way
PMB 163-C
Redmond, WA 98052
(206) 284-5529
Copyright 2000, Kim Halvorson

Debie January 7, 2018 at 8:35 AM  

Hello and Happy New Year! Do you still have this nativity pattern? Would you be willing to share it with me? Thanks so much. Debie

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