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Friday, May 24, 2013

A Doll Quilt is A Nice Rainy Day Project

Good Morning Quilters!  The past few days have been very rainy here in Virginia, and it's been a good time to quilt!  

Here's my progress on replicating Jane Weaver's little doll quilt.  At the top, is a photograph of the bottom four rows, beneath it is my version of those four rows:













Three more rows to go and then the little hst border all around it.  Can't wait to get to the little hst's!  What are you working on today?  

9 comments:

  1. You are doing a terrific job!!!!

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  2. It's beautiful! I am working on cleaning house for the weekend...unfortunately no stitching is happening today!!

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  3. You are making an amazing reproduction of this little quilt!

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  4. So precious... I'm working at my full time job... maybe a bit of sewing tonight!

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  5. It's so fun watching your progress on this little quilt. I love that you're not just making a similar quilt, but an exact reproduction, and I can't wait to see the finished top.

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  6. Your replication quilt is moving along nicely and looking very good. Lots of little hour glass blocks.

    Today, I am working on piecing blocks that go into the Mrs. Lincoln's Sampler quilt and having problems. I enlarged the applique blocks and it appears I did not always come up with correct measurements for cutting enlarged pieces for the pieced blocks. I am working on that.

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  7. This looks fantastic! You should enter this in a show somewhere. I predict it will be a winnner!

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  8. this looks sooooo good! Keep going, today I hope to work on my applique block and finish it! I have a binding to do as well.
    Have a great day
    kathie

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  9. great reproduction of this cute doll quilt - can't wait to see it finished.
    Rainy days are the best sewing day

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