Sunday, May 23, 2010

A Bitty Doll Quilt...

I was kind of restless last night...
didn't want to read,
didn't want to watch tv,
didn't want to do anything that I  
should have been doing...

so this is what I did.

It's about 9x9 inches...each square is 1 1/2 inches.
Made with the same fabric I used for this doll quilt.
It's not been washed, yet, so it's not all crinkly.

I really like making little quilts.
Like you couldn't tell, hey?
It's an (almost) instant gratification thing,
I'm guessing.

And, besides...they're just too dang cute.

Have a great week!

10 comments:

moosecraft said...

Another winner! Love the fabrics in this one too! Going to have to track them down...

Farm Girl said...

That is a very cute quilt. Two ladies that I knew that have both passed on gave me bags of already cut squares and I have looked at them and wondered what to do with them, now I do. Doll quilts! So sweet and I love the material.

jane augenstein said...

Jacque!!! Tiny little quilts??? I remember how you said to me once that you couldn't do little rugs and was amazed at the little ones I did. Now look at you making little quilts! LOL It's beautiful, I knew you could do "little"....
hugs....
Jane

why not sew? said...

I love it!!!!! I enjoy the mini's too. It's definitly an instant gratification thing. So pretty!

WoolenSails said...

I love making doll quilts too, fun and quick.
Great way to practice stitching on.

Debbie

Laurie sowthacres said...

That quilt is beautiful!! LOVE the fabrics used, any dolly would be lucky to have it :)

Anonymous said...

That is one of the richest looking color/fabrics I have seen you make yet...absolutely beautiful!
Love,
Janer

Anonymous said...

That is so cute!
I think that is why I like making the dishrags, doesn't take much time and I can make a lot of them as opposed to a large afghan.
Keep up the good work!
Joyce

kks said...

too cute!
i'm stuck inside all week, doing my certification...arg!
xoxo

Thistlebrooms said...

Great Colors Jacque...
I always love the patterns with your sewing you do on them, makes them come alive!!!

I want to start this simple kind of Rag Rug. Here's the link but might take awhile to load.

http://www.ragrugcafe.com/
there's a video, tell me what you think.

I used to make the braided rugs BUT this is out of simple rags and thin fabrics. Love It!!
Can't get any easier than this and I really like the way they look.

Best To You~Marilyn

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