I power sewed this afternoon and got half of this baby quilt done...the fabric is by MODA and Mary E..."Friends and ?" how pitiful is that? I can't remember the name. This was a kit I got from the Country Threads booth last April at the quilt show in Chicago...Sharon
showed the kit on her blog a week or so ago...we both bought one...mine aged almost a year...it's really fun to do and this is happy, happy fabric. I hope to get to sew a good bit tomorrow...maybe I can finish...I'd be a very happy girl!
Hi, there. I don't sew, but we people who have the same blog format have to stick together, eh?
have been wanting to try a tumblers...just right after I run out of fabric for the hexagons!
Love the fabrics in the tumbler quilt. I'm counting the days until the Chicago show...I'm running away from home to take one class and spend the weekend shopping and stitching with no wee ones or woofs for 72 hours.
Can't wait to see the finished quilt.
I love your tumbler quilt and your Mary E fabric. I hope that you are a very Happy Girl tomorrow!!
That is really a neat quilt! I love the tumblers. I am working on a baby quilt myself with flying kites. It's a Retta Warehime pattern I got from one of her books. So fun to work on the smaller projects. Am looking forward to seeing the finished quilt!
P.S. The dog is sweet too!
"Friends and Flowers". Gorgeous fabric; the quilt looks great!
Ack! I bought that kit too -- Mine will probably age even longer -- I do love it though -- I've got to quit signing up for other things!!!
How lovely! I can't wait to see it all together! Very beautiful!
I love your quilt...do you use a template...I've never made one like that before! The fabrics are just perfect for it!
Very good progress.. WOW.. cute fabric too.. I just say ME.. so no your not pitiful.. LOL
Thanks for sharing.
It's wonderful!!! And that fabric aged quite nicely! Great job and I bet you get it finished tomorrow.
Oh gosh this is so happy, happy!
Great fabrics--- tons of detail... it's a big project, but what a keeper!
I wish I had this kit, it is fabulous. It looks time consuming though.
The quilt is looking soooo cute!
Oh how cute is that! I love it!
Oh Carol - I love it, love it, love it!
Very cute. I love that patten. I made a miniature once using that pattern.
Who's the lucky baby?! You have been quite a power quilter these days. I made my Boxy Star binding...heading up to try and get it stitched to quilt so I can hand stitch during Amazing Race!
What a fun baby quilt . . . tumblers are high on my list of 'wanna make' You inspire me *s*
Very cute!!! The fabric is lovely and perfect for the tumbler pattern.
Wow you have a ton of comments but I had to add. Lol* So cute! They look like little thimbles...
OOHHHH I love it!!!! Dont be showing me up now!
I have always wanted to do a tumbler quilt. I even have a template somewhere. That is the most adorable baby quilt ever!
What a sweet quilt! I bought a 1 3/4 inch template to make one similar. I thought I would be efficient with scraps and cut it out as I accumulated the scrap, but I've fallen behind! lol Love the pattern!
Love the baby tumbler quilt! Isn't that a great line to use for your quilt? Lucky baby.
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