Time to link my blog to Lori's where everyone is sharing their Cascadia doll quilts! This was so much fun to make. For one thing, I already had a bunch of 4-patches that I could use as well as strips and 1 1/2" squares of reproductions in a basket.
This picture shows the backing.
Right now, it is living on the back of this chair in our living room.
Go to Humble Quilts to see more! Thanks, Lori!
Love it! Heading over to see the others - what a fun project.ReplyDelete
I love your version and like you, it was a real pleasure to do it !
Hugs from France !
Love it, Ruth! I made one too! It was fun using up all those little squares. Funny thing...I still have tons.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and yours.
Just came from Lori's Link-up. Yours is warm and wonderful! Nice job!ReplyDelete
Love your quilt. I like the doll in the background of the last picture too. Your quilt looks great in your living room. So nice to be able to enjoy seeing it.ReplyDelete
It is so cute! Great color. I have to go look at the other finished quilts.ReplyDelete
It is so cute, you did a wonderful job on your reproduction!ReplyDelete
You got yours quilted and bound. Nicely done.ReplyDelete
Everything you do is just perfect! I'm wondering --- do you quilt all day everyday??? I don't know how you get so much quilting done. ---"Love"ReplyDelete
your QAL really turned out great~ReplyDelete
I love it! With this quilt being so scrappy, it fits anywhere! Thanks for playing along.ReplyDelete
Your turned out so pretty! Merry Christmas to you and your family!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas ! I took your suggestion and we just got back from Colonial Williamsburg ! It is gorgeous !! We stayed at the Whitehouse Inn and we want to go back.ReplyDelete
It's beautiful! :)ReplyDelete