Debbie posted more doll quilts that came to her from our board & others.
Aren't they just the cutest things you've ever seen? Our gals on this board have done a fabulous job on all the little quilts sent in. We have really been a big help to Debbie & the woodworking elves these past 2 years. Thanks to all of you!This message has been edited. Last edited by: nlk,
WOW everyone has done a great job they are all so cute
"All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream"
-Edgar Allan Poe-
Thanks for sharing, I really enjoyed the quilt show. You ladies & others did an outstanding job on those beautiful little quilts.
The quilts are fabulous!! Quilters are amazing. I need a little help .. I have 3 ready to send to her, and can't find the address anywhere! If someone can email me, or pm me, with it, my squishie will go to her as soon as I get it. Thanks so much!
Great doll quilts everyone! Everyone did such a great job.
DH cleaned off the island in the kitchen where my fabric has a way of getting piled up after I cut fabric for something as my cutting mat is on one end. Two copy paper boxes full (he folded everything before putting it in the boxes) were packed up. He was installing a larger fan in the kitchen ceiling and needed to be able to get to the ceiling above the island!!!!
Periodically while packing things away, he would ask what this was for. One was the next doll quilt I Had pinned together waiting for the batting so I could finish it. Knew I wouldn't get it done this year, so it will be the first one for next year... Chris
Thanks for the address, I mailed off 3 doll quilts thismorning. 2 I ptracticed free motion quilting so I hope theyre ok. The third I had used white fqbric for back and binding and decided it was too white..so I tea dyed it. If thrrr's a pic attached I was successful in posting.
Oh Aliquilt, those little quilts are precious. You are too funny...I did a lot of different "practices" on my doll quilts. It was a perfect opportunity to learn some new techiques and/or get more practice on some areas that I'm a bit weak in. Thank you sooooo very, very much for helping out this year.
I mailed mine and it was to arrive on Monday. I'll watch for pictures or comments to see if it arrived.
Thank you chanlady22! I look forward to seeing yours on Debbie's blog. I know she loves getting them & will be posting soon.
Loving all the sweet little quilts shown.
I'm embarrassed to say that I've not got my 2 dolly quilts sent off. Kept meaning to get on here and ask how we are to label them? Have misplaced my fabric pens anyhow.
wildcatmom, do not be embarrassed that you have not sent of your doll quilts yet. Sept. 1 was just a guildline time for us to get them in to Debbie so she could be planning for Christmas. Since you signed up to represent Kansas, you can make a simple label that says something like ... Made in Kansas with love .. or.. From Kansas with love...you can put anything on it you want. You can write directly on the little quilt if you don' want to make a label. There are no real rules here. Thank you for your help. I'm sending you a p.m. with Debbie's address.
Karen, I just wrote "Made for you with love, by AngelaC in Maryland"
I mailed Mine & PatriciaAnne's this week. They should have been delivered yesterday.
AngelaC is sending in our quilts. She and I both posted pictures in the August Stashbusters thread.
I have finished my little quilt from MS. I took a charm pack that I had and used the same pattern that we use on our layer cakes to make the double sliced layer cake pattern. I like it and I think I am going to go thru my scraps and see if I can use up a bunch of my scraps this way.
The corner is not stitched down becasuse after I have a cup of coffee, I am going to put my label on and go mail it off.
Remember I am the "Dutchess of the Last Minute"
warmbuns, that's a really cute doll quilt. I'm loving all the different patterns, techniques, colors, etc. that come with all these little quilts. There is such a big variety. Some of mine have been quick, easy & simple (like a whole fabric doll quilt) and others of mine have be pieced with a regular quilt block pattern. I've learned some new techniques on these also. I think next year I may try paper piecing on some of mine. I really need to practice on that technique....also free motion quilting.
Thanks!!! for all the labeling guidance.
Will get these labeled and on their way.
Oh Karen, those are really lovely. I love the fresh, crisp look of them.
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