Friday, March 31, 2017

2017 Humble Quilt Swap

My partner should be receiving her quilt soon. She doesn't know that it is me sending to her so I can share it here. I started this when I was in Sunriver, but pieced it differently than the book recommended. The blocks finish at 3". I machine quilted and hand quilted it. 




I'm making another one and this person knows we are swapping, but she doesn't know which of these are winging their way to Spain. I love this little quilt, created after seeing an antique.
I'm calling it Child's Play.
 Here is Mona's "Quilters Madder" completed! I love it! 
This was my latest fall quiltalong which you can find HERE, 
And my instagram feed for this week. 

Have a lovely weekend friends!
Thank you for all your encouraging words and kind comments.


19 comments:

  1. Oh no doubt your swap partner will be delighted to receive it ! Your quilt is gorgeous !
    I am quilting mine by hand and will send it at mid April to Connecticut !
    Thank you again for this swap !

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  2. I am amazed at how many different reproduction prints there have been on the market the last several years. I like to study the different fabrics used in the little doll quilts and see what is in my stash and what I have missed. You got your doll quilts done quickly.

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  3. The quilts turned out great! I have my doll quilt pieced, but need to quilt it.

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  4. Beautiful little quilts. Spring here has been rainy and cold. Doing a lot of sewing. Will have ten quilt for Haiti team to take in April. Working to finish dresses to make ten of those. Having to rest a lot since the time change. Wish they'd stop that.

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  5. Lovely little quilts and great fabrics!! Someone is going to love them! Mine is pieced and ready to layer and quilt.

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  6. You do the vintage look so well, Lori. Whoever receives one of these should be thrilled!

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  7. I like these quilts very much. Thanks for showing them.

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  8. I've finished making my swap quilt but thought I'd wait a week or so to send it.
    I didn't want to be too early, but if you are sending yours I'll get mine in the post.

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  9. These are adorable! You made fast work of this. Mine is nearly done. Hopefully, I will finish piecing this weekend and get the quilting done next week!

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  10. All are so pretty. This swap is always fun. I have received mine and thanked her, but waiting to post until I mail my partner's.

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  11. Outside of the label my quilt is ready to go.


    Lila Foster

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  12. Love your little quilts, Childs play is one I must make:)Beautiful little Madder too.

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  13. You really captured the vintage look! Charming little quilts--and names :)

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  14. I enjoy watching your swaps...Child's Play is right up my alley! Two more happy quilters out there when they receive their little quilters...

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  15. Oh, such sweet little quilts! Really loving Child's Play, simple but effective.

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  16. Oh wow! I'll keep my fingers crossed that I am the recipient! They are both lovely.

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  17. I love your small quilts, specially the second one.
    I'm hand quilting mine, hope I'll finish it this week and ready to send.

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  18. Ohhh, cualquiera de los dos me gustan. El mío está en proceso de acabado, espero que te guste . Un saludo

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