48- Crib Size Baby Clothes Quilt
This quilt is 45x60, crib size. 1. Send me 48 items. You can use your child's old baby clothes, blankets, bibs, hospital hat, burp cloths, swimsuits, costumes, etc. Keep in mind that the squares are six inches. Anything bigger than that, will be cut off. I can use one outfit for more than one square if you don't have enough items. 2. Decide if you will buy the fabric or if you want me to. 3. If you buy your own fabric, include it with the clothing. Measurements are listed below…
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"Love the Beach"
A wall hanging designed for Australian Homespun magazine's summer issue 12:12 Read about it here: mamacjt.blogspot.com/2011/12/tooting-my-own-horn.html
Little Mermaid Ariel Sillouette
Handmade Disney Princess Silhouette. All pieces are cut out and glued together by hand. Mermaid Ariel measures aprox. 10 in. By 3.5 in. She fits nicely with in a 8 1/2 by 11 sheet of paper. Ariel Silhouette was made using Decorative Scrapbooking Papers. Each Silhouette is Original and the papers are carefully selected by me. Disney Princess Paper Silhouettes can be used for many things they can be modge podged on to spiral bound notebooks or used as party decorations. Silhouettes can also be…
Nantucket Awning Quilt and Sham | Garnet Hill
Pull up some shade... Inspired by the brilliantly colored awnings found in seaside villages, this pieced cotton quilt displays scallops on one side and an invigorating lime print on the back. Finished with hand-quilting in an undulating scallop design. Navy blue binding. Pure cotton, including fill. Imported.Twin: 68 x 90Double/Queen: 86 x 90King: 101 x 90Standard Sham: 20 x 26
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Happier Crib Quilt | Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog
Remember this happy pile? Here is project #1 from Deena Rutter’s Happier fabric collection for Riley Blake. Potential pattern in the process. The fun part of this is it’s going to hang in Deena’s booth at Market. I’ve always thought that would be pretty cool to have a quilt of mine displayed at International Quilt Market. And the cooler part is that this is the one time I’ll actually be able to see it there in person! I’ve got a second quilt out of this fabric as well and I like it even…