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12.04.2010

custom patchwork quilt.

I


LOVE

this

quilt.

It's awful difficult to part with this cheerful, little cutie.

I hope the tiny recipient loves it as much as I do.
Have a great weekend!

27 comments:

Auntie Fafa said...

That quilt is SO PERFECT! I love, love, love it! Nice work.

Andi said...

How could they NOT love it.
It's so very divine!!!

shannon said...

I love it too! Those colors are all perfect together, beautiful job!

Blue Is Bleu said...

I looooove patchwork quilts and this one is so cute!

Annette said...

Hi there. New visitor at your place. Love love LOVE that quilt. Suddenly I want to stop my currant project (which I don't really feel that click for - it is apresent with colors and patterns that I wouldn't choose for myself...) and throw myself into a project like yours. That is the type of quilt that I would die for. Fantastic. It is okay to cry when parting from this one. BIg cry recommended as a part of the grieving process... Buuhhu hu. Love it!

The Sister Of... said...

Again, this one is beautiful! I love it!

Cynthia said...

Beautiful quilt. I love the colors
Where did you get your name tag? Love that too. Thanks Cynthia

Me? A Mom? said...

So lovely. What's that print on the back?? I must have some!

Anna said...

BEAUTIFUL! this is such a cool quilt, I wouldn't want to give it up either. beautiful fabric choices too of course!

Leslie said...

this is beautiful...i love it.

Nunurina said...

LOVELY YOUR BLOG!!! Me encantan tus colchas, y toodas tus creaciones. Me gustaria atreverme a hacer una. El Día que lo haga te la enseñare.
Besos y Feliz Navidad.
Núria.

Amy - Amy's Creative Side said...

Love it! Great fabric choices :)

Katy said...

I love it too!!!! It's perfect! I have a simple charm quilt top laying around that needs quilting, I think I'm going to have to get it finished up as soon as because of yours (love the label too - so cute!)

ps - happy birthday (belated - sorry!) your new love seat is too cute, I want to go shopping tomorrow and find one like it and cover it in one of AMH's velveteens (notice I am totally being a copycat of you right now. Ha! I'm a crazy STALKER LADY!)

Terriaw said...

It's beautiful! I love the warm, cozy feel those colors have. That fabric for the binding is pretty awesome too. I can empathize with how hard it was to give this up - it really is fabulous.

Joanne Huffman said...

The tiny recipient is very lucky; it's a beautiful quilt.

izzy inspired said...
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izzy inspired said...

it looks so squishy and cozy! every single fabric is awesome and they all work so perfectly together. I would definitely have some separation anxiety with this one.

Cara said...

Wow! This quilt is beyond adorable. I want to snuggle up in it!

Danielle said...

it's lovely !

Cheryl said...

This is such a cute quilt, and it looks like it will comes together quickly. I have a bunch of charms that I've been collecting over the years, so I might give it a try. I like the quilt stitching, too. Simple, but effective.

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This is beautiful! So simple yet so effective...


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lisa said...

I just recently found your blog (via pinterest) and have come back to this post multiple times because this quilt is so beautiful-- I want to make something just like it for a camping/picnic blanket- the colors are just perfect. Are the fabrics all stuff you had on hand or did they come as a set? I'll admit- I want to be a copycat. ;) My husband is deployed and a project like this is just what I need to stay busy and pass the time!

Anonymous said...

any chance you could make another one of these and sell it to me? if so, email me at justinewheatley@gmail.com - i don't have a blogspot, but i found your quilt on pinterest and want it. BAD!

Carrie said...

I would love to know what fabrics you used too because this is beautiful!

Jennifer said...

First time visitor; also linked from Lisa Leonard's repinning of this quilt. Love it! Curious about what fabrics you used.....

Joyce - Quilted Nest said...

Just spotted this courtesy of Pinterest. (and of course - I love it!) Did you machine stitch those squares for the 'quilting'? How does one do that w/o bunching it all up? Can you share? Thanks much!

Stacey said...

Beautiful! Any idea of the name of the line of fabrics??