Christmas Caroling Row Along Welcomes Michael Miller and Hobbs….

Christmas Caroling Row AlongToday is my 33rd wedding anniversary. I am writing this post quickly because I need to get downstairs and start my Pork Roast and the cake I’m going to bake for the hubby. I am happy he doesn’t read my blog otherwise I couldn’t post about this. 🙂

Next week, we’ll be just one week away from the start of the Christmas Caroling Row Along, I hope you’re making your giveaway wish list and getting ready to Deck the Halls with the Christmas season happening here at Seams To Be Sew and 41 other blogs.

Michael MillerEither or, today we celebrate the next sponsors for the Christmas Caroling Row Along. Michael Miller is a new sponsor this year and he hasn’t let you down. He’s has sent a beautiful fat quarter bundle and a fat eighth bundle and wait till you see these really fun Christmas fabrics.


HobbsHobb’s Batting is also a sponsor this year and they have sponsored past events here at Seams To Be Sew. I am a big fan of this batting and have been for many years. I haven’t tried one of the types they are giving away tho (see I’m having a little teaser here) 🙂 but I am excited at the prospect of trying it… you’ll have to read the post inside to see what I’m talking about… 🙂


is offering 2 Queen Size batts.

1 Queen Size Wool Batting Value $40.00
1 Queen Size Silk Batting Value $50.00
Total Value $90.00
and the batt I haven’t tried… the silk one… I must buy me some of that.

Michael Miller

sent me 2 fat quarter bundles from their Christmas Collections
LLama Navidad, and Woodland Winter.

Michael Miller Christmas Collections

Click the images above to go see the full line. I think they are delicious.

Value TBA

On Monday, I’ll give you an idea of what Anita Goodesign and Ottlite are bringing for you during the Christmas Caroling Row Along.

Marry Christmas From Seams To Be Sew


10 thoughts on “Christmas Caroling Row Along Welcomes Michael Miller and Hobbs….

  1. Happy Anniversary! Today is my birthday. I’m looking forward to starting this row Christmas quilt. I went away this weekend with my son to finish the RxR in Florida to the last 10 shops that I wanted. I got all but one, and it was the one I wanted the most. There was a little bit of bad weather expected, but it all happened l last nite. Today was on and off very light rain, mostly drizzle. I got to the shop on Sanibel Island and found a note on the door “closed today due to bad weather”. We then made the 130 mile trip back home without my favorite row.

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