Saturday, May 14, 2016

Doll Quilt Swap

In the last couple of months I participated in the 3rd annual  Doll Quilt Swap organised by Lori of Humble Quilts.
The fabrics to be used were to be  1775 - 1910 style.
No larger than 24"square, but can be smaller.

There were 90 participants, and Lori put all the names together, then told each of us, our swap partner.
I really enjoy doing this swap, and most times don't want to post it on. :-)

This is a photo of the quilt I made and sent away to my partner

I machine quilted ( only cause I ran out of time to hand quilt it) using my most favourite pattern - Baptist Fan. Slightly different in size to my normal large quilts. 


 This is the quilt I received from Judith in California.
This is a beautifully made quilt, and I also received a delightful Cathedral window pincushion.
 
If you go on over to Lori she having a linky up party. you'll be able to see the rest of the quilts

  Now, back to my hand applique.  :-)

Thanks for dropping by


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4 comments:

marian said...

I love your tiny thimble quilt just as much as the delightful little doll quilt you received!! Another fun doll quilt swap hosted by Lori :))

Jeanette said...

Both quilts are beautiful Sue. Hugs, xx

Kyle said...

Your mini tumblers are super cute with so many wondeful fabrics and the one you recieved is equally a special treasure.

Danice said...

Oh, both quilts are lovely :)