After posting my new Moditional Valentine Table Runner (but really it’s an anytime TableRunner without the appliqué!) I started thinking about previous VDay projects.
Archive | 2012 doll quilts
Happy New Year! Here are 14 of the sweet little doll quilt patterns presented through 2012 on this blog site, all in one packet. And they are wonderful!
Susie in my Wednesday class was asking if the Magic 9-Patch could be made as a Doll Quilt. After a short discussion, she went home and made this lovely little quilt. Starting with 2 1/2″ squares, Susie made 6 1/2″ 9-Patches. Then she cut the blocks into quarters, rotated two diagonally opposite pieces 180 degrees [...]
I know, I know… Doll quilts are usually traditional. But I thought, what kind of quilt does today’s little girl want? Surely, the trendy doll owner would like a trendy quilt! And this one is easy!
I know this is usually a quilting site, but this year we have made a Doll Quilt every month. It has been a lot of fun! While I know many of these quilts will be hung on a wall or placed on a table, I thought we needed a simple Doll to go with [...]
I had a marvelous visit to Temecula Quilt Co. a week or so ago. What a wonderful store, especially if you are into reproduction fabrics or doll quilts or wool or all three and more!
Here is a small pinwheel quilt. It is pretty and easy, really, with our Triangles 8 at a time method. And although I am showing it as Amish (Black with bright solids), you could make it in 1800s, batiks, 1930s or any fabrics YOU like!
I’ve been thinking about this design for a long time. This represents that moment on a windy day when the geese lose their formation and their lines get all wobbly.
Can you believe Summer is nearly over? It’s been wonderful but it will be wonderful to get back to class and see everyone again!
Here is our August Doll Quilt… The Log Cabin! This is an easy quilt if you stay organized. I am a firm believer in pre-cutting all your strips. It will keep the block accurate. Cut your strips, stack them by size and value then start stitching!