Monday, April 2, 2012

Doll Quilt Swap 12





My doll quilt for DQS12 is finished and off in the mail today!  I used an assortment of Moda Crossweaves to make up this little quilt using three of the blocks we were allowed: flying geese, churn dash and log cabins.  The quilt is 12" square and those little log cabin blocks are just three inches! I paper pieced them and they turned out much better that way than the alternative! (crossweaves are a little stretchy!) 
 

I hope my partner likes it?! We weren't allowed solid white backgrounds and this seemed to be the crossweave color that allowed for the greatest contrast to show off the brights but I'm a bit worried that it's a bit to muddy for them?!

Thanks for stopping by today.  To see all the other fabulous doll quilts, check out the flickr group!

And I'm linking up with Megan at Canoe Ridge Creations for Sew Modern Monday!


8 comments:

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...





Gorgeous Karen! I would love to be it's new owner. Those teeny log cabins are perfect and the colors are great. I'm glad the requirement was no white - made me think!

Needled Mom said...





I think it looks fabulous and I love the "not white" color you used with it.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...





Very cute! I really like the way you quilted the log cabins. :-)

Caroline said...





I think it's awesome! I wish it could come to my home. I love how you off-set the quilting. Great job!

Kathie said...





this is adorable! anyone would love this little quilt
I like the way you quilted it. 3" blocks are great!
I love little blocks.
YOur partner is very lucky to receive this quilt
Kathie

Richard Healey said...





That quilt is just amazing. So cool and yet so tinny.

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Kelli said...





I love it, including your not-white background color. It looks great!

leanne said...





hi there - I was wondering what fabrics they are and now I know - and I love the background fabric - is kinda chocolately and sets of the pink and other colours beautifully - definately not muddy :)