Dec 06

OOH LA LA JUBILEE GIVEAWAY ~ $110 value!!

My 4-year-old daughter is a huge Fancy Nancy fan and I’ve picked up some fun little catch phrases from all the Fancy Nancy books I’ve read to her.  When I saw this amazing tablecloth made with our new Garden Green homespun fabrics I just had to channel my inner Fancy Nancy and exclaim,   “OOH LA LA!”

Isn’t it lovely?  The soft sagey colors lend a neutral background to all your holiday decorating and works perfectly for everyday decor as well.  Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, this tablecloth is the perfect canvas for all of your favorite centerpieces.  There are simple instructions and more photos available on the Ragged Patchwork Tablecloth weekend project page if you’re interested in making one for yourself!

This particular 66″ x 94″ tablecloth would usually sell for $110 but we want to GIVE IT AWAY to one of our blog readers!  Yes — just because we like you all so much and want to bless someone during this holiday season.

So how do you win?

Enter the giveaway by leaving a comment on this post before midnight CST on December 14th.  Tell us what family favorite Christmas dish you would serve on this tablecloth (and feel free to include recipes!!).  The winner will be randomly selected and notified on December 15th.  If you respond quickly with your address, you could have this tablecloth just in time for Christmas!

Blessings!

114 comments

114 comments!!!

  1. VickiT says:

    Oh my gosh, that is beautiful. And it was made to be in my kitchen (which is also my dining room) because my kitchen is hunter green.

    I would serve many dishes for Christmas on that awesome tablecloth but the one that would be so pretty on that in my Mother’s crystal bowl is my homemade cranberry orange sauce. My kids even LOVE that recipe. In fact those that were here for Thanksgiving were fighting over who got to take more home than the other and sadly, I’d only made one recipe of it thinking no one liked it because I always have tons of it left over since I was the only one eating it. LOL Silly me.

    This is my recipe I’ve used for years. It’s so good and it can’t get any easier. Dump into the food processor and then into bowl, stir in sugar until it’s well mixed and stick into the fridge. Then stir well before serving. YUM.

    Cranberry Orange Relish
    1 12-ounce package Ocean Spray® Fresh or Frozen Cranberries
    1 unpeeled orange, cut into eighths and seeded
    3/4-1 cup sugar

    Place half the cranberries and half the orange slices in food processor container. Process until mixture is evenly chopped. Transfer to a bowl. Repeat with remaining cranberries and orange slices. Stir in sugar. Store in refrigerator or FREEZER.

    Makes about 3 cups.

    NOTE: I use naval oranges and usually only the 3/4 c sugar

  2. Katie says:

    Love the look of this tablecloth!!

  3. Ann Woodruff says:

    Love this! Would go well with my colors in my house!

  4. Jacqueline says:

    Gorgeous tablecloth! Hope I win it! I will display it on my table with pride.
    We are non-traditional with our Christmas meals. Christmas we have homemade chili and open our gifts. Christmas Day we have whatever the majority wants – we have had everything from grilled steaks and/or burgers to lasagna to finger foods. The point is to get everyone together to eat, visit and celebrate Christ birth.

  5. Terri says:

    I just finished doing a make over on my diningroom and this would go perfectly. I am new to rag quilting and have completed a few projects and fells in love with how “forgiving” this type of quilting is. I love your website and the projects too.

  6. [...] Time is running out if you haven’t entered to win our beautiful Garden Greens Ragged Tablecloth (a $110 value)!  Wednesday, December 14th is the last day that entries will be accepted.  Enter by leaving a comment on the OOH LA LA! post. [...]

  7. Lynn says:

    My family and I would love this beautiful tablecloth in our home. We would not want to only use it for holidays, we would use it every day!!

  8. donna Crawford says:

    Oh! This table cloth would be perfect on my dining table. Just the right colors!

  9. Barb Daly says:

    Just beautiful and just perfect for my daughter’s dining room table. Perfect match – OOH LA LA!

  10. Catherine Lierley says:

    I enjoy your site, I think it is wonderful how you are closed for our Savior’s birth! We are having our Ward Church Christmas party the week of Christmas, the theme is Pioneer Christmas and the tablecloth would fit in perfectly. I appreciate the sister who is making quilts for the soilders. I have a son and son-in-law defending our country and I know they will appreciate any little thing. Once again awesome site

  11. Melaine Davis says:

    I discovered your website as I was searching for rag quilt instructions – you see I am a member of a Sunday School class – most of us are grandmothers. We have been sending bed sheets, pillows, pillow cases, pajamas, underwear, and other items to a small hospital unit in Afganistan. The soldiers come in wounded – sometimes, they stabilize them, wrap them in sheets and transport them to Germany – so the sheets, pillows become stained or shipped out with the wounded.

    We think your rag quilts are simply beautiful and we want to make them for these wounded soldiers – and to encourage the hospital staff also – that someone back here is thinking of them. The staff sent pictures when they could put clean sheets, pillows with pillow cases on all their beds! Now, hopefully with your detailed instructions, we can make quilts for them also.

    One Sunday, the question was asked, Would you put your life on the line for your family – the response was “of course” . The next question was, How about a friend or a co-worker…. or How about a stranger?

    We realized these young men and women do that every day for each one of us! So thanks again for your website. Now you will become part of the process….. of reaching out to these men and women that have placed their lives in harm’s way for us. So as we use your instructions and sew each square, we will pray for them – and for you.

    Our Christmas – we are so blessed to have a 90 year old Mother that makes the best of the best southern cooking. She still brings sweet potato casserole with brown sugar and nuts on top, chicken and dumplings, the best green beans from her summer garden and of course, creamed corn. She is also a quilter – she has made each of us a hand-pieced, hand quilted, quilt – truly a blessing!

    Wishing you the very best Christmas ever.

    Melaine Davis

    Inman, SC

    • Patty Lin says:

      this touched my heart and i hope those who will read it – become inspired. i never thought about all the extra things we have, like sheets and linens, would be important for the medical staff during war time. i hope to finish a rag quilt for a gift, and what you and your class plan to do is simply awesome.
      God Bless You,
      Patty Ann Lin – beginning quilter

  12. Cheryl Beavers says:

    I love this tablecloth! I’m so happy I found your website. I downloaded the pattern for your tree skirt and I’m just about to start working on it. This tablecloth would look great on the other end of the room on my table! I can just picture my ham, scalloped potatoes, and pecan pie on here!

  13. Judy Smith says:

    I would serve Prime Rib, twice baked potatoes and salad. We have this every Christmas Eve.

  14. Anna Fournelle says:

    Love the greens of this tablecloth. Could you tell us which particular fabrics were used?

    Our favorite Christmas dish is Cut Glass Salad – variety of cubed jello with cool whip on a graham cracker crust. Have had it every Christmas as far back as I can remember. Now I’m passing it on to my children.

    Blessings!

  15. Tami Boyer says:

    I love this quilt and it would be a blast to win it!! I throughly enjoy this website – the patterns are fun – but most importantly I love the faith filled messages!!
    Merry Christmas!!

  16. REBA HOSKINS says:

    I think this is the cutest tablecloth for a country home like we have. I totally love patchwork items. We have ordered the ornaments for the tree from you and hope to make some quilts because we have a baby coming in February. We are truly blessed. We always have grandparents over and have a strawberry jello salad which looks very pretty for Christmas. Thanks for your website I have enjoyed it so much. Merry Christmas. Reba

  17. Andrea says:

    Awesomely beautiful tablecloth. I have made several rag quilts for my family but haven’t had time to make anything for me. It would certainity dress up the holiday table and hopefully my nephew will be home from the service and enjoy the holidays with his family amd the homey feeling tablecloth. My spicy pumpkin pie would look great against the greens of the tablecloth.

    Andrea

  18. Rachel thren says:

    What an absolutely beautiful piece of work! I have just finished cutting out 7 of your Christmas stockings for our children (Yes, we have 7 blessings ! :) and can’t wait to start on the ragged tree skirt and living room curtains from your patterns! Thanks so much for such a great website!! Love your patterns and fabric!
    Rachel

  19. Sheila says:

    Oh how beautiful! OOH LA LA is right! I love it! Simply love it!

  20. Elizabeth Morrell says:

    I host a Christmas open house on Christmas eve for family and friends. This would look great with a large red candle in the middle and put all kinds of homemade goodies like fudge, peanut butter balls, peppermint candy, cookies and brownies. Everyone likes goodies at Chrismas time. I don’t have a favorite but I like to make different things each year.
    Have a Blessed Chrismas.

  21. Stacey Kenkeremath says:

    That is gorgeous. And will look perfect in my dining room!! It will definitely show off the six pies I usually make for the holidays- pumpkin, apple, sweet potato, strawberry rhubarb, Shaker lemon and peanut butter. Oh, and a raspberry swirl New York-style cheesecake for my older son!

  22. Tommie Thigpen says:

    Awesome tablecloth. Would love to have it. My very first quilt was rag style!! Been frayed ever since :D
    Tommie

  23. Penny Stewart says:

    Lovely tablecloth! I would probably let my 12 year old son, Jonathan, who is learning to be a great chef, make something lovely to serve on this…red velvet cake or perhaps his favorite supper meal, Brown Butter Tortellini!

  24. Amy says:

    It’s beautiful and so warm looking. It would be a perfect addition to Christmas day in our home. My husband’s yearly request is his mom’s sweet potato casserole which I am more than happy to make for him. That is one of the many items we would serve with this beautiful tablecloth as our backdrop!!!

  25. Michelle Moran says:

    Love the color! I make rag quilt purses and just purchased some homespun pre-cuts from you. I can’t wait to make one of my purses with them. The last 3 years or so we have started a Christmas breakfast tradition that I hope we will carry on with. I make a huge breakfast that includes French toast that I make with crusty french bread soaked in a custard before I cook it. It turns out so delicious! Merry Christmas to you All!

  26. Teresa Barton says:

    Breathtakingly Beautiful! Being new to quilting, I Love Love Love the “raggy” design items. Easiest I have ever worked with! Having just started, and made 2 Baby Bibs for my new grandaughter, A Christmas Tree skirt and matching 2 christmas stockings!
    I totally could see this on my dining room table and serving Quick Cherry Cheese Coffeecake for Breakfast! Followed by Ham, Mashed Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans and all the trimmings for Christmas Dinner!
    I too will totally be pattern searching and making one of these if I don’t happen to win it!
    Happy Holidays!

  27. Jo Allen says:

    How talented and beautiful

  28. Penny Maben says:

    Love the tablecloth! I have homespun curtains in my dining room. Christmas morning we will be having an egg & sausage casserole & homemade cinnamon buns. My family looks forward to this every year! Would love to serve Christmas breakfast on this tablecloth!

  29. tina hall says:

    this quilt is a great idea. I never thought of a rag quilt as a tablecloth but I am so going to do this. I love doing rag quilts. I have two to do from your homspun fabric and one from your deer fabric that I got at a quilt show. You had just finished it. This will be my first flannel quilt. I serve party food for our family Christmas and the easiest and most popular are my meatballs. Take your favorite italian meatballs I buy mine at costco and your favorite barbecue sause. I use sticky fingers carolina sweet. Put your meatballs in a crockpot pour in your bbq sause cook on highfor 4 hours. I use a 6qt crock pot fill it with meatballs and use to bottles of sauce. This is easy to adjust to your family needs. Enjoy

  30. Leora Blevins says:

    Pick me Pick me…oh…well …even if i don’t win..i’ve gotten some really good recipes…thanks and have a merry christmas and happy new year…Jesus in the Reason for the Season….

  31. Nancy DiChiara says:

    love the tablecloth also love love love your fabric

  32. Diane McCartney says:

    I love this! I just ordered some fabric from Jubilee and cannot wait to start my project. I am so excited to add some rag projects to my old, vintage decor that is throughout my home!! This is so gorgeous! Beautiful piece, beautiful colors! Our favorite is the traditional, turkey, home made dressings, corn on the cob from our garden this summer, my momma’s home made yeast rolls, green beans from the garden, mashed potatoes (from our crop this year as well) and home made pecan pie! What a great tablecloth to set a yummy feast on!

  33. Faye Jaeckel says:

    Hi

    What can I say, I am in the middle of my very first rag quilt (king size). It is a Christmas gift for my daughter and son-in-law. I had a hard time finding fabrics until I discovered your site. Am having a great time making it! Your site is an inspiration!

    Love the tablecloth – if I don’t win this one, I am thinking I will need to make it one of my after Christmas projects.

  34. Lisa H. says:

    So thankful for a chance to win. My family and I love to bake Christmas cookies and would greatly appreciate serving them on such a beautiful tablecloth.

  35. Diane Poleon says:

    I absolutely love this sage green tablecloth! I live in a 1941 log cabin and have chosen these same prints as curtains and chair pads for our greatroom. I would love to serve Christmas Breakfast on this tablecloth. Your photos are so inspiring…I must check out the directions as I really want to make a raggedy quilt for my bed!

  36. Rubyanna Kaiser says:

    Well–how did you guess my all-time favorite color?? Sage Green is it! And I know the perfect dish to serve on this fabulous tablecloth: Traditional Swedish Julekage (literally “Christmas Cake,”–but really a simple and wholesome yeast loaf). I make it every year, and so doing remember my very beloved Swedish Grandmother. This recipe will yield 3 or 4 round loaves:

    Julekage – traditional Swedish Christmas bread

    2 Tblsp yeast
    ¼ c. warm water – dissolve yeast
    2 eggs
    2/3 c. sugar
    1 tsp. salt
    1tsp. cinnamon
    ½ tsp. cardamom
    2 c. warm milk (part of this can be the juice of the cherries, below, for color)
    ½ c. shortening—add to warm milk in the saucepan, so it melts a bit
    4 c. flour—add first and beat smooth
    4 c. flour—approx.—add as much as needed for a soft dough

    Mix as usual for yeast dough. Add:

    1 c. raisins
    1 c. citron (optional—I usually add extra raisins instead!)
    ½ c. maraschino cherries-cut in ½. (the juice can be used as part of your liquid, for a nice pink color)
    ½ c. toasted nuts – walnuts or almonds

    Let rise, then form round loaves, or make rolls. Let rise again, and bake at 325 until done. Top with thick white icing, almond flavored. Decorate with almonds and candied cherries. The perfect centerpiece for a Christmas table, and delicious as well!

  37. NancyLoeffelholz says:

    This tablecloth brings back many memories of my Grandma. She always had one of these on her table and it made the kitchen so warm and comfy feeling.

  38. Rhonda Poston says:

    Absolutely love the raggedy table cloth! I’ve just recently started sewing, and this looks so easy.

  39. Melinda Bledsoe says:

    This is too adorable…. would love to have it….. what a great idea!!

  40. Ann Tascone says:

    My kitchen countertops are GREEN, and extend right into the dining area which has a beautiful red mahogany gathering table that would look right at home under a green rag table cover!

  41. Pam Shipman says:

    I so love this tablecloth. I’m new to quilting and just discovered this pattern and I’m working on a quilt for my bed. I would love to win this for my table,I’ve always loved that homey feel it gives me.

  42. Cheryl Walker says:

    This tablecloth is adorable and would fit in nicely with my everyday green & red decor! Since my grown children have so many places to visit on Christmas Day, I like to prepare a brunch with various dishes. The one that is always the most popular, is a French Toast Baked Casserole. Other favorites include Quiche, Croissants, and Bagels. I like to decorate my “farmhouse style” table with fun “finds” from nature, such as greens, pinecones, and berries. It looks like an old-fashioned Country Christmas!

  43. Patty Lin says:

    In the words of my Typography professor, “Fabulous!” When I saw this tablecloth, I loved how the colors worked together. I was inspired to order some Garden Green to go with some blue-green homespun that I have on hand. I may also put some into my rag quilt project – too much fun. Happy Holidays Y’all!

  44. Viki Heagy says:

    It is beautiful! It is so cozy and homey looking……… And would be a great addition to all the Christmas decorations. It would be nice to include it in with all the other traditions. Merry Christmas everyone :)

  45. Shari Lee says:

    I have to admit I never thought about a ragtop tablecloth before this. This is beautiful, we just purchased a new home and it has all this space I have dreamed of for the holiday’s to decorate. This tablecloth would be gorgeous in our new dinning room. I can’t wait to see if I win…(Merry Christmas to all) and Good Luck.

  46. Lacey says:

    I would serve Sour Cream Raisin Pie with this tablecloth on my table. The pie may not sound delicious but it truly is wonderful.

  47. Tammie says:

    Absolutely beautiful! My Christmas wishes now include this tablecloth. My home is currently decorated with many crafts made with Jubilee Fabric – pictures will be sent soon. I am in the process of making the ragged Christmas tree skirt – hoping to have it completed soon.

    Merry Christmas to all and God Bless.

    Tammie

  48. Jessica says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this tablecloth! What’s more it’s my favorite color – and would look fabulous on my kitchen table! Even if I didn’t when it, I would love to make my own.

  49. Carol Stuck says:

    Please enter me for a chance to win the tablecloth. It is absolutely gorgeous!!! I would love to have this on my Christmas table. Imagine your family and guests sitting down to a table covered with this beautiful tablecloth. A picture-perfect Christmas setting.

    Thank so much for the chance to win and for hosting such a generous giveaway.

    holiday hugs,
    Carol

  50. Chanda says:

    Love the table cloth. I purchased my 1st home this summer and my new table would like fabulous with this tablecloth!

  51. For Christmas I make dessert. It’s called Cherry Yum Yum or Dumpcake. It is very simple and tasty.

    1 box of yellow cake mix
    1 can crushed pineapple
    1 can cherry pie filling
    1 stick of butter
    1 cup of walnuts (you can add more or none at all and use your favorite nut)

    Dump crushed pineapple, and cherry pie filling in a square cake pan
    Pour 1 box of yellow cake mix on top
    melt butter, an drizzle over the top (try to drizzle evenly so that your cake mix will bake a golden brown)
    sprinkle nuts
    Place in the over and cook according to the cake mix direction on the back of the box. (Top should be a golden brown. Some ovens may vary so keep a close eye so it doesn’t burn.)

    You can serve it warm with ice cream or cool with coolwhip or just plain. Hope you enjoy! Merry Christmas!

  52. Vicki Runninger says:

    I would serve many. My mother past away and we always pay tribute to her at Christmas. So her special dishes were Cornbread dressing collargreens, Ham with the pineapple and cherries on top, pecan pie, ham gravy with mashpotatoes from scratch. To honor my brother we fry a turkey. We lost both of them within a month of each other several years ago.

    My sister and I have added our own dishes. Traci’s is the best devil eggs I have ever tasted. Mine is Roasted corn. Of course there are other dishes but these are the staples of every Christmas.

    I made my first rag quilt will be sending pictures soon

  53. Robin Scott says:

    The tablecloth is beautiful! Thank you for the chance to win it. May you all have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! God Bless.

  54. Karen Mason says:

    I love this tablecloth!!! Would look great with my decor and with Christmas dinner. I would love to win this!

  55. Melissa Caylor says:

    LOVE this tablecloth! Saw it on website when I ordered material. Would serve my special peach cobbler that they all love. I’m so glad to find site with material I can’t find around home.

  56. Melody Young says:

    Beautiful job on this tablecloth ! Absolutely love working with the homespun fabrics and have never been disappointed with the end results. Our Christmas dinner is always a buffet of many family favorites made easily the day before so the cook can enjoy Christmas with a day off too. Shrimp, swedish meatballs, sausage, cheese platter, variety of fresh veggies…..etc.

  57. Debbie Andes says:

    The tabletop cover is absolutely beautiful!! I’d love to have it. I love your website, but my fabric is Jubilee. I just love the homespun fabric. Thanks so much!!!

  58. Kathy Bryant says:

    I LOVE the tablecloth!! I would use it year round as it goes well with my kitchen colors!!! I love the rag designs and just finished a King Size Quilt and curtains. Alot of work but well worth it as you just can’t buy anything like that in the stores. I would serve my favorite dish of Sweet Potato Casserole. Thank you for the opportunity to win your lovely tablecloth!!

  59. Angie Stewart says:

    I love this tablecloth and would love to have it in my home. I would serve our traditional christmas dinner with my mom’s famous creamstyle corn. It is a favorite at our house. Please enter me in the giveaway. Thanks and have a blessed holiday.

  60. Teresa says:

    I would love to serve our traditional Christmas dinner on this tabletcloth. Our dinner includes ham and all the trimmings.

  61. Cheryl says:

    First time visiting your blog and I am so impressed! I will definitely be stopping by again. Thanks for offering up this beautiful tablecloth as a giveaway. Way to get in to the Christmas spirit.

    One of our favorite family dishes for Chrismas is “pull-apart buns.” Delicious lttle buns with added thyme all baked in a bundt pan. Never any left and this year I am even considering making 2 batches as our family is getting larger.

  62. Glenna says:

    Absolutely beautiful! Every year we bake a special birthday cake to celebrate the birth of our Savior! Would love to share this tradition this year and serve it on such a beautiful work of art! Merry Christmas and many blessings! :)

  63. charlene miller says:

    Love it! It goes perfectly with my color scheme

  64. Grace Lindsay says:

    I just recently have become interested in the homespun fabric projects and am in the process of stitching a bedspread for our cabin from your fabric–fun!!

    The tablecloth is quite attractive.

  65. Missy Bowers says:

    It is a family tradition in my to serve a big Christmas ham and all the homemade noodles you can eat!! I have a gorgeous set of red dinnerware, and they would look amazing setting on top of this tablecloth! The perfect red and green combination.

  66. Heather Fulwiler says:

    This is beautiful! The colors are wonderful. I love how old it looks, like it was passed down from generation to generation. Would make a beautiful piece to ones collection! I have just started to quilt. I was looking for a site that had material that I could use to make some easy projects. I have bought a lot of material form you guys and loved all the ideas you have. You are also very helpful when I have any questions. Thanks again for helping me (as a starting quilter ) to love to quilt and sew!

    • Heather Fulwiler says:

      My favorite Christmas dish is one passed down from generation to generation, just as this table cloth looks. I would make a dish called Csiga. Each year our family gets together and we make the Hungarian csiga noodles. We roll the dough on a flat csiga board and a wooden dowel. Each noodle then looks like a tiny seashell. This usually takes us all day to make. Then we dry the noodles for days till dry. On Christmas we then make our home aide Chicken soup and we cook our dried csiga. This soup is my favorite tradition as I think what makes this so special is all of us getting together and talking and making great Christmas memories! So from generation to generation this table cloth would fit perfect in my collection and one that would be passed on from generation to generation.

  67. Terry Devlin says:

    Merry Christmas! What a beautiful tablecloth. I think it would make our home look warm and inviting. Our Christmas dinner includes ham, macaroni and cheese, cinnamon apples and sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows. I know this tablecloth would become a part of that Christmas dinner tradition for years to come. Thank you…

  68. Patty Poppinga says:

    I just have to say the tablecloth is awesome…two of my favorite things, green AND ragged!!!

  69. Holly Wolf says:

    Well, I have many favorite dishes for Christmas. I have to say my favorite part is having my family gathered around my table. I host Chritmas Eve dinner every year and so look forward to spending time with my family. Everyone brings a dish to share…all classic favorites for a Christmas dinner. I love this time of year!

  70. Terry stukbauer says:

    I love love love the tablecloth! My Christmas turkey would look fine sitting on that tablecloth! We also have the traditional ham, stuffing, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, corn, rolls, fruit salad and assortment of pies! The table cloth would be appropriate year round, what a great idea! I would love to win …if not, I will have a new project!

  71. Lee Marcotte says:

    I would love to serve a traditional Christmas dinner on this table cloth using my special holiday dishes. For dessert I would serve warm pumpkin pie.

    Traditional Pumpkin Pie

    2 cups pumpkin
    2 eggs
    141/2 oz sweetened condensed milk
    1 tsp cinnamon
    1/2 tsp ginger
    1/2 tsp nutmeg
    1/2 tsp salt.
    1 unbaked pie crust.

    Combine all ingredients except crust and mix on low speed with electric mixer until smooth.
    Pour into prepared pie shell. Bake at 425 for 10 minutes, reduce heat to 350 and bake another 30 to 40 minutes or until knife inserted into edge of pie comes out clean.

  72. Denise says:

    Hope to win this beauty for a dear friend who loves rag quilting.

  73. KarenWhite says:

    Since I have found your site I have been planning all the wonderful things I can do over the next coming year. Your products make me think of home and family with being so down to earth and heart warming. All the tinsel and gltter that this world has is not as wonderful of the feeling of hearth and home that the homespun has.
    This table cloth is the color of new spring and new life and would look beautiful anywhere. On it I would serve my family that lives all over the US a hearty dinner made with love and together we could hold hands and give thanks for our love of each other. Our favorite is a ham dinner with all the fixings.
    I do wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a healthy happy new season.
    Happy stitching as I know I will be after the season slows down and thank you for all the products you have that bring a wonderful feeling into our lives.
    Karen

  74. Jillian says:

    This tablecloth is beautiful!! :)

  75. Jen Risco says:

    What a great tablecloth! I would love to sit down Christmas morning and serve my family homemade coffee cakes and coffee while we watch the kids open their gifts. Thanks for the giveaway!

  76. Lynn says:

    OMG this is absolutely GORGEOUS! and green is my favorite color… I can just see right now my big olive green dish filled with my roasted sweet potatoes, that have been simmered in brown sugar,butter and a touch of cinnamon and sprinkled with roasted pecans. hmmmm my mouth is watering just thinking about it, and my eyes a sparkling just visualizing that Blessed Day with my Family celebrating the birth of our Savior sitting around the table ooohhing and aahhing over that beautiful table cover.

  77. Anna says:

    What a beauty! Your very generous and I have my fingers crossed to win.
    Blessings!

    Anna

  78. kathy reynolds says:

    This tablecloth is beautiful…I would love to be able to display this on my table ..When i see stuff like this ..It makes me think of warmth and family. Thank you for shareing !!

  79. Dianne Henry says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!!!! Nope, no way is anyone gonna eat off this beautiful table decoration (unless it is totally and completely covered with a clear plastic protective covering) In our house we have what we call the “usable” stuff and the “just to look at, you better not let me catch you putting your dirty hands on this, and don’t you dare put anything on that” treasured piece. A definate to look at but better not touch!!!! I LOVE it and sure hope I win!!!

    Dianne Henry
    P.S. bought your material to make my own rag quilt after Christmas.

  80. Marlene Terry says:

    There is nothing better than the simple primitive styling that olden-days items bring. It’s my favorite atmosphere and always makes me want to sit down and “stay a while.” I love all your “rags” patterns and will start soon after THIS Christmas to make primitive Christmas stockings for my family for NEXT year. It’s a craft that will keep me happy for many weeks AFTER this holiday.And If I’m not the one selected for the beautiful tablecloth giveaway you can be assured that item will be on my “make it” list too.
    Thanks for the inspiration and fun!

  81. Carol Kugelman says:

    I love this website. I’ve make some great projects from here. I hope that I am the winner of this beautiful tablecloth.

  82. Connie Smith says:

    We have a traditional recipe for “Briolata”, an Italian sausage and onion bread that my Grandma used to make every New Year’s Eve and we would also have for Christmas Eve. (We liked to go to Midnight Mass and would gather at Grandma’s to have this before going.) It was such a tradition when she was alive, that we all know how to make it and carry this tradition on. It helps us to remember all the good times at Grandma’s house for Christmas.

    She had 11 grown children (my Mom was the oldest) and this recipe is made by many of her 26 granddaughters and grandsons that are left now.

    I would love to use this beautiful table cloth for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

    I do have the recipe, but it is too long to leave here. I’ll e-mail it in a separate e-mail. It’s a great recipe!!

    Connie Smith

  83. Marissa says:

    If I had this tablecloth I would serve my families home made tamales! Every Christmas the women in my family get together and spend a whole day making enough tamales to feed 50 people. Most of the tamales are gifted to our family friends and the rest become our Christmas dinner.

    Hope everyone one has a blessed Christmas!

  84. I would serve traditional turkey with all the trimmings with a fabulous centrepiece made from cranberries, ivy and pine from the tree in our garden to set it off.

  85. Peta Russell says:

    I would definitely serve up a Traditional Christmas Dinner on this gorgeous tablecloth! Over here in Australia we usually have salads and cold meats for Christmas dinner because the weather is so hot. I have decided to cook a real Christmas dinner this year and we are having turkey for the first time ever! Wish me luck with cooking the turkey!!!

  86. Leslie says:

    I love the soft look of the homespun fabrics in the tablecloth. So glad I found Jubliee Fabrics!

  87. OOPS! WAS SO EXCITED AT THE PROSPECT OF MAYBE WINNING THIS BEAUTIFUL TABLECLOTH I FORGOT TO TELL YOU THAT STUFFED PORK LOIN…FRESH GREEN BEANS …HOMEMADE APPLESAUCE AND CANDIED CARROTS IS OUR ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER…OK….NOW I’M HUNGRY! BY THE WAY…MY FAVORITE COLOR IS GREEN! BLESS YOU ALL.

  88. Since I learned the art of making rag quilts that’s all I’ve been doing. Sure would love to win this tablecloth since I’m rag quilted out….at least for awhile. Merry Christmas! Sheri

  89. Nancy says:

    I love the tablecloth and it has a very homey cozy look! Would look great on MY table!

  90. Julie Huggins says:

    This is such a pretty tablecloth. It would look great with my snowman place settings. Every Christmas I make Paula Deen’s teriayaki Cornish hens and serve them in these dishes.

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  92. Lori Rothe says:

    I would love to serve our traditional pork tenderloin dinner on this tablecloth. It is something I make every Christmas eve. Here is the recipe – it is WONDERFUL!!! The quilt tablecloth is absolutely beautiful!

    Roasted Pork Tenderloin

    3 tablespoons butter or margarine
    2 whole pork tenderloins, trimmed (12 ounces each)
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1/2 teaspoon pepper
    1/2 cup apple jelly
    1/2 cup apple juice
    1/4 cup Dijon mustard (I prefer Grey Poupon)
    1 tablespoon cornstarch
    1 tablespoon light cream

    Preheat oven to 325 degrees farenheit. Heat a large, heavy skillet over medium heat; add butter. Add pork to skillet. Sear on all sides. Place pork in shallow baking pan. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
    Add apple jelly, apple juice and mustard to pan drippings in skillet. Cook over low heat, stirring continually, until well blended, about 5 minutes. Spoon over pork.
    Roast pork for 50 minutes, basting every 10 minutes with pan juices. Cut into 1 1/2 inch slices; arrange on a serving platter. Keep warm. Blend cornstarch with cream, dti
    Place baking pan on stove top over low heat; stir cornstarch mixture into pan juices. Cook, stirring continually, until thickened, about 2 minutes; serve with pork.

    Happy Holidays!

  93. Betsy says:

    This is absolutely beautiful!!!

  94. Jonelle says:

    Beautiful ragged tablecloth. I would be happy to serve our family favorite – homemade cheesecake- on this tablecloth.

  95. Stacy Bernard says:

    What a beautiful tablecloth! I would serve my grandsons favorite breakfast casserole along with my homemade biscuits. Merry Christmas! Stacy

  96. Stacy Bernard says:

    What a beautiful tablecloth! I would serve my grandsons favorite breakfast casserole along with my homemade biscuits. Merry Christmas! Stacy Ü

  97. Karen Cook says:

    The tablecloth is so lovely! I love the sage color and would love to see it on my table. My home is decorated country and I love your homespun fabrics. We will be having a Christmas breakfast like we do every year with egg and sausage casseroles, hot biscuits and homemade blueberry jelly. I like to make bread pudding with vanilla sauce that I got out of a Southern Living magazine years ago. This year, I have had an overly abundant amount of pecans so I will probably make pecan cinnamon rolls. I feel so blessed to win this tablecloth and share it with my family during this wonderful season. Merry Christmas! Karen

  98. Alice says:

    Love this homespun tablecloth. Our family favorite doesn’t sound very Christmas-y but even my son who is a professional chef LOVES my homemade chicken pot pie. That’s what I would serve. How cozy does that sound? A lovely dinner around the homespun covered table…fresh from the oven pie…sweet conversation with the family…I’m there already. Thank you Lord for my family…may this be the year they really understand the reason for the season!

  99. Jan Struble says:

    I love the tablecloth! The colors are great! I am a longarm quilter & don’t have time this time of year to make anything for my house. Always quilting for others. This would be lovely in any ones house!

    Thanks & Merry Christmas

  100. Jacqueline says:

    I love anything raggedy! The tablecloth looks so inviting and pretty. I would love to win this just for me. I rarely do anything for me and a tablecloth would sure perk up my morning when I went in the dining room! One of our favorite dishes at the holidays is a broccoli and rice casserole. It would look lovely on this cloth.
    Happy holidays to everyone!

  101. Amber says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE the tablecloth. It would be on my table on Christmas morning when my little family is nibbling away on Mommy’s yummy cinnamon rolls!!! :) Merry Christmas!!!!

  102. Shannon Wallace says:

    Hi! I love this table cloth, and I love your fabrics!!! I will have to admit, if I did win this (as much as I love it), I would probably give it to my dear friend Kira who deserves it more than I do. She didn’t get any gifts for her birthday, and she has been so kind to me. I can call her anytime and she listens with open ears and heart. :) I imagine she would serve an apple pie on this beautiful table cloth! :)

    Thank you, and Merry CHRISTmas!

  103. Dana Barr says:

    Love the table cloth! Would look great as I serve the Old Fashion Suet Pudding with Hard Sause, I’m still trying to locate a recipe . Anyway if the Christmas Suet Pudding is a disaster at least the table will look merry with this great table cloth. Will you be offering a pattern at all?

  104. Elli says:

    Lovely colors! I can imagine a warm persimmon pudding being served here. We make one at Christmas and use it to finish off our breakfast. The children use it as a birthday cake for Jesus, we dish it up while the Christmas story is read from the Bible, the children sing happy birthday, and then we eat! Enjoy the recipe.

    2 c persimmon pulp (wait until they’re ripe and soft, peel and take out seeds, then puree in blender)
    1 1/2 c sugar
    2 c milk
    1 c buttermilk
    3 eggs slightly beaten
    1 t baking powder
    1 t baking soda
    3 1/2 c flour
    1 t cinnamon
    1/3 t nutmeg
    1 stick butter

    Mix dry ingredients. Cream butter and sugar and add to dry ingredients. Add the pulp and milk one at a time alternately with the flour mixture. Add eggs. Pour into a well greased and floured pan ( 2x9x13) or (2 qt round casserole). Bake for 2 hours a 275 deggrees. Serve warm with whipping cream.

    Both the pulp and the pudding freeze well. It can be rewarmed as needed. Use can also increase spices to your own taste. Merry Christmas!

  105. kristin says:

    So, my sister just made this AMAZING squash bake at Thanksgiving…which would also be yummy at Christmas. I don’t normally even like this kind of stuff…but this tasted unbelievable!!!! The orange color would look BEAUTIFUL on this green tablecloth :-)

    BUTTERNUT SQUASH BAKE

    1/3 C Butter or Margarine
    3/4 C Sugar
    2 eggs *
    1 can (5 oz) evaporated milk *
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    2 C mashed/cooked butternut squash *

    TOPPING:

    ½ C crisp rice
    ¼ C packed/brown sugar
    ¼ C chopped pecans
    2 TBS butter or margarine melted

    *Different ingredients used*

    Instead of eggs I used ½ c egg beaters (1/4 c = 1 egg J )
    Instead of regular evap milk I used low fat
    I did use butternut squash, but I also used acorn squash & sweet dumpling squash too

    (I cut squash in ½. Removed seeds, placed in baking dish, drizzled with EVOO, sprinkled with salt, filled baking dish ¼ way up with water, covered squash with foil and roasted for 1 hour at 375). I just used a spoon to scoop squash off of the skin.

    Also note I doubled the recipe.

    In mixing bowl, cream butter & sugar. Beat in eggs, milk, vanilla. Stir in squash. (Mixture will be thin). Pour into a 11 x 7 x 2 for single recipe. Or 9×13 for double. Bake, uncovered at 350 for 45 min’s, or until *almost* set. Combine topping ingredients. Sprinkle over casserole. Return to oven 5-10 min’s until bubbly. Single recipe serves 6-8.

  106. Dee says:

    So very beautiful! Tablecloths are my downfall year round but especially during the holidays. This tablecloth would host a wonderful ham, several different casseroles, salads, and of course those awesome desserts at the end of the meal. The warm and comfort of this tablecloth says welcome to family and friends during this holiday season. Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year!

  107. Jenn says:

    So beautiful! it would match my table perfectly. The chairs and table legs are that color.

  108. Brandy Anderton says:

    I want to win!!! Merry Christmas!!!